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5 Comments

Reply mterme
11:21 AM on December 16, 2013 
Great game. Just started playing but after a few minutes it already drew me into the story.
Background story seems a bit like the televsion series "Lost", and starting with references to games, movies and all...
I will play on!
Reply Richard Herian
11:52 AM on August 31, 2013 
Thank you for posting a GREAT game. I also liked the clever reveal at the end of the game. The game has a sophisticated polish to it and I enjoyed the jokes and snickered at the sexual humor.

Towards the end of the game I started getting puzzle fatigue in the Mysterium and needed some hints to keep going. I was tempted to quit but the game was just too good to let go of. There are very few gamers that will be able to solve all the puzzles without some help.

The rather abrupt end of the game after all that hard work (even if I did have to get some spoiler hints!) annoyed me. You should have a bit of an epilog even if it is just a few screens of text. I realize that you have obviously put a lot of work into the game and that at some point you have to go with what you've got.

BUG ALERT: Using the hand icon on the carney by the shooting gallery later in the game (after I had 'won' the cup) threw the game into an infinite loop.

Noticed the website where you posted the game has links that expire very quickly. I had to use a download manager on my laptop and then capture the changed link a couple of times (by starting a fake download) in order to resume the download and get the game in its entirety. Someone with a slow download and uses an Internet cafe or public library computer to download this game is likely to be stuck with a truncated download. Why not try downloading your own game yourself and see what you think? I'm just glad I was persistent in getting your game.
Reply James Seda
11:46 AM on August 4, 2013 
Hey, I just discovered this game while browsing online at work, so I will definately download it tonight and post my thoughts. Question, although I do have a PC laptop, will this ever get ported to Mac?
Reply Tone
7:00 PM on June 28, 2013 
AMAZING game... must have been SO much work.. Love the references to the old point 'n click adventures I played many years ago on my old amiga.. and the puzzles are challenging but nicely balanced.... one small moan (ain't there always) .. would be nice to have mouse over descriptions of inventory items as I'm OLD and forget what they are etc.. similar probs with quest locations.. I forget what I was supposed to be doing and the occasional accidental double-click can leave me lost.. yep.. I could re-load but the game is so absorbing I often forget to save over long periods.. :o) Of course you are now thinking "WHAT ..! I spend months (years?) making a free game for you all and you want more!"
I cant imagine how long it took you to make.. but there is so much to it that it must have been AGES... the references to the "world mysteries" and writers that have fascinated me since childhood are also lots of fun.. dont know if you're a youngster or an oldie like me but your knowledge of all of the above borders on genius... I think if you turned your hobby into a profession you would be HUGELY successful...
Its also great that the game can be played with one hand as I had quite a nasty stroke and one arm is out of commission... and to generously give it away for free... WOW.. you have inspired me to have a crack at AGS myself... Thank you SO much.
Look forward to you next foray into game creation.. free or not.. I will get it.. Much love.
Tone.
Reply Katie
8:59 PM on June 22, 2013 
You've made an amazing game. So many pretty locations and characters, and I love the name puns. Seriously amazing.