in a good way. you managed to strike the very difficult to obtain point of making me crazy without frustrating me. I kept playing from start to finish the whole way through in one shot and it took me a little more than an hour to finish the whole game so congratulations on keeping my attention the whole time. I really felt driven to try and find the person calling for help and didnt want to stop playing. the art and music together gave a great feeling of isolation which is in part what contributed to me wanting to find that other person, I didnt want to be alone anymore. there are a good deal of blind people in manhattan and it always amazed me at how well they are able to navigate a city that a sighted person can have difficulty with and in some way by the end of the game I understood it a bit more. at first I was moving at less than half speed and shuffling my feet, stopping often to try and get a feel for where I am or what I have to do and strangely enough by the end of the game even though the challenges were harder and it was no easier to see I found myself able to move at a more normal pace more of the time because I had a feel for what the terrain in this game was like. I caught myself at one point just running through a level as though this was a normal platformed like I could see where I was going based on nothing but how the game felt up until that point so well done in respect to the skill curve the game has. I cant give a perfect score though because of the glitch with the ball I see some people talking about. he would sometimes just stop throwing the ball and the only way to remedy this is by restarting the game so I ended up not even using the ball past level 13. even though the game is still playable without it I can imagine the later levels would have been easier with it and although it isnt an integral part of the game it would still be nice if it worked.
if you have not finished the game yet then DO NOT READ FURTHER.
SPOILER! that ending really made me sad. you spend the whole game trying to escape the isolation and when you finally do the person you are trying to help takes advantage and isolates you even more. I never saw the twist coming and even started to suspect that you were just wandering around in a fun house or something and when he jumped out of that chair I Jumped out of mine a little. that ending scene was just so well done because your character has such an innocent look about him with that blank expression and that posture that he even seems frail and then after all that he ends up robbed and trapped. such a sad and great ending that I never saw coming.