Such beautiful and subtle horror...
And the open ending was sublime, leaving the wiever to wonder whether there even was a monster, or merely loneliness menacing him.
I sure won't go to any remote cabins for a while....
Well, that was obvious.
But the only thing I find myself wondering is why you chose to burn your games instead of selling them?
Well, anyways, nice video.
Would not the world be a better place with kung-fu hobos?
I think so!
Vote yes on bill 36.1/K!
It might just be my obsessive nature, but...
I couldn't stop playing until I had retaken the entire city, cured Zombi-ism, drafted a constitution and taken out the evil graveyard.
I genuinely started caring for the little survivors. amd I didn't wan't to leave them without a surplus of food and happiness, and a proper government...
The animation could have been a little better though.
It would also be nice if you could solve conflicts among the survivors by being presented by more choices.
A delicious idea for a puzzle...
It was like fiddling around with a rubrixcube, only not souldestroying, as it actually changed as you interacted with it.
Demanding both tactical thinking and a degree of coordination, while still maintaining a simple interface.
Fucking loved it.
Strangest song I've heard today.
But itÂ´s not even grotesque.... :(
I gonna have to check this out.
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