Post Mortem

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Boots equipped 10 Points

Cute as a button

Thanks, vent 10 Points

Supplying air for over 200 years... I think?

7251 25 Points


Felix will remember that 25 Points

You don't control me

Solved the first puzzle! 50 Points

Connect the wires

Solved the second puzzle! 50 Points

Trigonometric functions galore

Solved the third puzzle! 50 Points

Check out King of Pain by The Police on Spotify

Disk I completed! 100 Points

1.44 MB of memory

Author Comments

A Post-Post-Apocalyptic Point & Click Adventure.
Switch between Abbi and Abe as you try to escape a strange facility, through solving puzzles and opening locked doors.
Where are you? Why are you here?

Who are you?

1.0b: release
1.1b: medals (thanks raeldor!)
1.1.1b: less clutter in the third puzzle

If you find any bugs (exporting to html5 from gamemaker sucks), typos, or if you have any suggestions on how to better my writing, please contact me through Reviews, Newgrounds, Twitter... etc.

Thank you!

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this has alot of potential to become a large and great game!

Completed the game and got all the medals. Was stuck for a good bit, but eventually figured everything out.

i thought i would see the one who was controlling the vehicle after the credits 😥

KnoseDoge responds:

yeah! sorry about that, i know it is almost as nutbreaking as the hl2 cliffhanger. originally, i had a pretty harsh time limit when i made this game (that is why there's only three puzzles). the scenes between the puzzles were added afterwards i create the main game, and i had an even closer deadline on that as well.

when i do (if i do) create a sequel, that storyline will be concluded.

I love the concept of the game, though I was a bit bothered by the speed that they were walking at as well as not being able to solve the King of Pain puzzle (thank you to the user who posted what to do!). Quite well thought out, with potential of a good storyline there. I would love to see it get developed further into a longer game!

Loved the style and what small plot this game contains (for now, it has already managed to grab my interest so that's good!), hope you make more in the future!

KnoseDoge responds:

thanks for the feedback! i agree on that it is pretty slow, and whenever i remake the engine and create a sequel, i'll fix that :)

looks like it would be a cool game, but I am on the first page and i am clicking everything and nothing is working.

KnoseDoge responds:

very strange, sorry to hear that! does it skip the splash-screens when you click? is it just the "insert disk"-button in the main menu that doesn't work?

just restarting should fix it, otherwise it only comes down to the browser fucking something up...

Credits & Info

3.50 / 5.00

Aug 24, 2019
5:59 PM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click
  • Audacity
  • Paint.net
  • Aseprite
  • GameMaker Studio 1.4