Amazing game. Nothing but ASCII and yet it'll teach you how it feels to be a monster. There's a late game revelation that'll turn your assumptions upside down. And when you're done, start over with one crucial change in gameplay - be amazed at how every action, every interaction, every moment feels contextually different.
Interesting game with a very minimal presentation. Well worth its price, if you are receptive to its very slow mechanics. Crashes frequently during the dusty path, reverting to last save and erasing some of your map. This is not too harsh a problem, but it slows this already snail-paced game even more. I reccommend the free web version instead, even though this one has some extra content. I don't regret this purchase at all because I enjoyed the web version.
Fascinating game. You'll want to keep playing even though you'll find yourself revolted by your own actions. The developer does a fantastic job imparting so much feeling into a game with such simple graphics.
I adore this game. Initially, I was quite bored, as there isn't much to do in the early game. However, as it unfolds, things get considerably more interesting. I have only one major issue with the game: though the first commentary claims that they will keep playing when you return to the game menu...they don't. Thus killing time and progressing at the same time are not exactly possible.
When I started playing this game all i could think was how does anyone have fun with this? But once it all starts to unravel it leaves you with an unforgettable experience. Best mobile game I've ever played
The game plays almost exactly how it does in the web version. Very nice port over to mobile. The only flaw is traveling, which has the potential to crash the game.
- when the fog clears, it may actually work >_<