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Iron Sunset

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Jul 31, 2015 | 1:27 PM EDT

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Iron sunset is a little artgame.

Done by:

edU Verz - Design & art
Jon Romero - Art & animation
Ragde Games - Code
sergeeo - Music & Sfx



Rated 5 / 5 stars

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Thanks for the game. When i came to this game at first, i was expecting a whole game story after... But the meaning was actually much different

I would love for people to experience this themselves, trying over and over again until they get it. But since there are so many hate comments and low star rating, i will tell what's going on

So here we go... When you start the game, you are introduced to 3 soldiers and a commisser monkey, all of them saying stuff like: "fuck the world", "help me", "spare my life", etc... Except for the monkey. Okay, after you kill one of the 3 soldiers begging for mercy, the screen you are introduced to is to beg for your life to not get shot. Mind blow #1 - The texts you are entering (after you entered your email) are actually texts that other people who play this game will see... Yes, you will be playing as a soldier begging for mercy (according to what you have typed) and another player will see it. Mind blow #2 - Same thing with the mokey, you kill him, you become the comisser and convince the player to make it quick or even to not get shot. Mind blow #3 - That's why you get notified in your email, which means your words weren't good enough to save you.
~ I hope that made sense, if you play through, you'll get it soon enough

This is one of the best flash games i've ever played, if not the best. It was very deep.
A smart person might understand this on their 1st try.
I wonder where this guy gets these kind of ideas?
I highly recommend this. Although i dont actually understand the whole point of this game. Maybe that people are constantly killing themselves with words, maybe so people could understand the great meaning of protecting your life.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This game is really great, although it's really short. Because of it's small length there is not much to say about it. The military setting really helps setting up the mood and also lets the player feel the fear of his choice. It's also interesting that you can become a victim/ the commander yourself at the end, and it's pretty cool that it sends a notification when you get killed by someone. The concept of waiting of one's own death is interesting, although you quickly forget about that feature, which is a shame. A better solution would have been to let the player come back to the game and lets him see what is happening in 'real time' (or just a recording of where the other player points and what the others say.

Nevertheless, this is still a great art game that doesn't fail to impress.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Just loved the concept and the graphics! Keep making this kind of games!!

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Rated 1 / 5 stars

An interesting concept, but I'm glad I gave it a disposable email address, because there's a fair bit of spam following in its wake. Two and a half stars for the game -- less one and a half stars for the spam.

Verzinsky responds:

Thats not true mate... Nice try!