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About this gameOur hero awakens in a strange world, tethered to strange machines, unsure of how he got there and if he wants to go back...
"It's like being pulled from a dream by the scruff of your neck." - Hood
Conceived, drawn, scored and scripted in 48 hours
AGS Panel Review
"This game has beautiful graphics, as you'd expect from Ben. It's very short and is missing a real purpose. With very few interactions and easy puzzles. Definitely worthwhile in playing if you have a few minutes to spare though."
5 people commented on this game (newest first):
The main sci-fi plot and the way the a.i. character is used might be a bit cliche, but I found both the atmosphere and the relationship between the main humanoid characters really enjoyable. Actually probably those 2 characters, the color palette, and the open ending are the elements that make me remember Hope fondly and as a game worth playing.
Also, incredibly polished for a 48 hours effort.
Nice game, but it could have been much more. Looking out to future collaborations!
set a whole new standard in quick games