A melancholic, interactive experience This is something special. Sort of an anti game. You don't collect points, you slowly walk up to a bench in a graveyard and then you leave. And if you pay, you'll have a chance to die. If you can't see the point, you probably never will, but if you can, this is a "game" you will remember. The end song is very beautiful and atmospheric, both the lyrics and the sound of it. It reminds me a little of Tom Waits. I'm not saying that it sounds like him, it only reminds me of him. One minus: the touch controls.
College student art piece While the game is pretty and all for more artful games, this doesn't come off as that. It's more college student art class type thing. I can't imagine paying for a game to just watch someone die. Doesn't help that the controls are off. Good to view once and delete, no long-term replay value.
I get it but Android version sucks I get the artsy take on this. What bothers me is the bad conversion of this game to Android. The first instruction to get help/controls didn't work. Luckily, Android has a help button. Also, the help and quit button font size is tiny and nearly impossible to read. It's like the developer didnt even care about Android.
Final boss The ending is too hard: I can't kill the second form of the final boss, no matter how many shots I make. Even the rocket launcher seems useless!
SG2 Read description through so you know what you are getting into. Personally, i dont think this says anything. Typical "artsy" bull! 1 extra star for actually looking good. Rest is complete nothingness imho
Five stars... Solely for sheer CREEPINESS!!!! Other than what I perceive to be a misinterpretation,("a German with consumption "??? Perhaps they meant " compassion"...) This art did its job well, stopping me in my tracks, giving me instant pause, evoking very strong reaction and emotion, thereby ending with my mouth agape, next breath held akimbo, eagerly awaiting the next moment's passing... Definitely odd, but definitely beautiful and deliciously macabre!
Version 1.031 was built with Unity 3.4.2 f3, which fixes the hanging on the splash screen that happened on Honeycomb tablets.