This was the fist non-visual game I've ever played and it was fantastic. At first I wondered how it would feel to play a game without actually looking at the screen, without using seeing...As the game progressed, I found my self creating, visualising it all, through the description I received from the protagonist. I have to say, the music was truly marvelous, it's definitely amplified my sensitivity to the sounds around me. Thank you for creating the game. So simply, so free. Into the shoes of another, so gracefully.
Really good I like the experience of the sounds, but there was too much talking for my taste. He was just telling you the whole story rather than giving tidbits that you could just infer with. It'd be nicer if they just focused more on all the sounds which were amazing.
I absolutely loved this game. I cannot describe what it is about it but it just was phenomenal. The only thing that would make this better is if it were a full length game that gave you more about the story and the world that this game takes place in
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA This was wonderful and the end was quite emotional. (I almost cried). The voices, the music, the interaction - it was all beautifully done. Good job! Also, there was a great concept :)
Extremely well-written with an immersive world. The concept is creative and well implemented. I only played this for a short time, my impressions were great. My only suggestions would be (if the creator ever decided to revamp or update the game) if the tapping gameplay was replaced with dragging your finger across the screen and hearing the noises of the environment rather than the protagonist. Like hearing yourself tap on a metal door, etc.
Beautiful Story The storyline is beautifully creative. It leaves just a bit of wonder and mystery to what happened to the world and the main character to have put him in such a position. It's a short but memorable game!
Fixed bug causing crash on launch.
Added new completely black graphics that no one will ever see.