The Guardian, a spooky free flash game

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15 Responses to “The Guardian, a spooky free flash game”

  1. sigismund says:

    You mean, the Daily Mail ?

  2. johnphantom says:

    Forces me to sign up, and I already get to much junk mail.

  3. Just played it through … SPOILERS BELOW

    I decided not to do the thing it wants you to do (amorality and all that). I ended up wandering out into an endless plain and you can’t go back if you change your mind…

  4. Aoi says:

    while the look of the game was nice, it had so many flaws as a game; the long silent breaks in the soundtrack, the predictable story line, the unbearably slow pace. To be honest i just kept walking at the end  BECAUSE I HAD NO IDEA WHAT TO DO. 

  5. G3 says:

    If you even like that a little you gotta play Limbo. 

    It’s a work of art, to hell with all the super-graphic bloodfests, take a look: http://limbogame.org/

    • SamSam says:

      Hmmm… interesting, but is it more than just a platformer with atmospherics? I like those too, but not necessarily enough to buy.

      • G3 says:

        It’s not much of a platformer, more of a puzzle game. Very simple on the surface but then you start to really think it through. It’s worth downloading the demo.

        • mat says:

           After having destroyed what I thought to be all of the village, I wandered along for endless minutes until I got frustrated. That’s where I remembered that Limbo was today’s deal on Steam an woh… on for just 4 further minutes :)

  6. Tyrone Olds says:

    I like how a single design choice (limited resolution) can yield an interesting result.  (despite… other factors)

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