Anyone who's played Super Meat Boy won't find this quite as much of a challenge...
But it's in the same spirit. You have unlimited retries and instantly start over when you die. And prepare to die. A lot.
It's not bad, a fun little challenge when you have to use both the mouse to control one thing and WSAD to control something else. It could go for a little polish tho; moving around is a little sticky sometimes.
Very interesting. If you're the submissive personality, you'll do everything the voice says. And the voice loves you all the more for it. The voice loves to be in control, and loves to control you. And so does the relationship work, so to speak.
On the other hand, if you ignore everything the voice says, it will call you terrible things, certainly, but in the end, the voice is simply scared that you'll leave them. The voice loves you, that's why it tells you, that's why it knows what's best for you, even if it's not actually better. The voice is the classic control freak; insecure in themselves, and therefor insecure in all others. Through control, the risk of being abandoned is, in the mind of the controller, slim.
From personal experience, I can say there are many women (maybe men, but I've never been that involved with one) who want their partners to be controlling. It's a very strange thing, methinks, wanting to be controlled. But if that's what you like, who's to say you're wrong? Great social experiment, author. Most definitely opened my eyes, and many other's. Kudos.
Great game. Challenging, but rewarding. I especially like the message, however; humanity can only truly advance onto the next stage of its evolution after it has shed the age old idea of religion, either through unity of all religions, or the abandonment--same effect, really.
Most definitely recommend this game to anyone interested. Stick with it till the end. Similar to Super Meat Boy, you are probably going to die. A lot. But dying isn't what matters; getting back up every time you're pushed down seems to be a theme here. Trying until you achieve isn't just something you'll find in this game, but life in general. You will fail a hundred times before you do anything worth doing right.
Not too great.
The intro for this game took quite a while to get through. Not sure what the fellow is saying, he appears to be mumbling. The game itself is very basic and...well, I consider this to be more like an interactive flash than a game. Next time, I'd add some sort of life bar to the groundhog and have it move around or something like that.
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