A good start to Game Jam 6. :]
Art: Very nice work here. Not too complex, but enough to give a great feel. The main character was very fitting, and the background was eerie.
Story: A little... vague. I mean, the overall concept was mostly straightforward, but... I'm still not sure of all the mechanics of it. Like, for instance, how was he initiating these hallucinations? What caused them - and why do they reveal certain obstacles? And, more importantly... what exactly was the escape all about? Why was his mind being monitored, and what did his feat actually accomplish?
I dunno, I feel pretty empty about the plot. Still, great idea. :]
Programming: Very smooth! I didn't notice any major flaws - except that jumping wasn't always on command, so I'd fall every once in a while. It's a common mistake, though I'm not sure what causes it. It may not be the programming so much as Flash itself. Either way, the engine was wonderful, and I didn't experience a single bug. Wonderful job, there.
Music: Soo good. Both main themes were perfectly fitting to the moods they accompanied. I'll likely be downloading them both once this review is done - maybe reviewing them separately as well.
Fantastic work, Tolstoy! 7/10 4/5