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.
I love this game! At first it was innocent and somewhat interesting, but then the story turns with a little twist that makes it very interesting for me. A little thing though, I played this game and I found myself clearing the game without having got the chance to figure out the full content of the game. Then I was so surprised to hear the commentary. Maybe you should fix some contents and make the players explore more before they can clear the game. But overall this is a very great game. Thankyou!
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.
Game crashes a few times but the frequent autosaves prevented too much loss of progress. Had a This War of Mine feel towards the end. Couldn't put it down once I really got into it...
I played this on iOS when it first released, and I was so happy to see an official Android version. What at first appears to be nothing more than a white screen with black letters and one action slowly unravels into one of the most thought-provoking games I've ever played on a mobile platform--and yet it never loses its simplicity. I love this game :)
I started as a nice Guy with a dream. I remember how happy I was to get my first villager, to make my first trade. More came, and with them, so did our needs. I found myself needing more, not just what we needed. I wanted to explore, to leave the village. However, to do this I needed more, much more. So they worked as I gained.. and in no time at all, the once peaceful village was nothing more than a blood thirsty tribe, and I, their leader. Slaves they were. Nothing more.
- when the fog clears, it may actually work >_<