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Who wants to live forever?

by Velislav Ivanov

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Game Genre:
Contemporary
Game Type:
Drama
Story Type:
Original
Release Date:
25 Oct 2003
AGS Panel Rating:
Player Rating:
Medium length game
Short game Can be completed within 30 minutes
Medium length game Takes at least 30 mins to finish
Full length game As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic
MAGS game Monthly AGS competition entry
Non-adventure game Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!
Joke game You know when it fits this category ;)
Demo Unfinished games / commercial games
Training game Games made just to try out AGS
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Content advisory:
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None
Occasional, mild

Public Opinion

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22 people have rated this game so far:
Visual:
68%
Immersion:
65%
Puzzles & Pacing:
65%
Overall Enjoyment:
65%

About this game

'Who wants to live forever?' is a drama game. It also features a digital soundtrack which can be downloaded at http://www.lumpcity.co.uk/~vel/Musicpack.rar *Edit* 20.12.2003 : There is a new digital music pack released. Download from the link above
All who are expecting cheery and funny game will be disappointed. It is a deep, tragic and dramatic one.



It features:
15 rooms
5 characters
3 alternate endings
30 minutes long soundtrack
See the people who made this game and any other games they've worked on >>
Music
Pet Terry has worked on 13 other games: (see them >>)
Just about anything else
Vel has worked on 5 other games: (see them >>)

AGS Awards

Nominated, Best Music 2003

5 people commented on this game (newest first):

Very short game: 4 puzzles.
It is more an animation than really a game.


2009-01-14 15:14:43 by azerty
Needs some proofreading in the text, but it is an "interesting" game. I like the journal feature: and interesting way to present puzzles. Its atmosphere (but not graphics) kind of reminds me of Syberia. But its philosiphising seemed somewhat vague, reminding me of the latter Matrix movies.

So, Vel, keep trying and improving!
2004-01-05 07:20:33 by SSH
The link now works.
2003-11-08 06:18:43 by Vel
Do not download - it is a false link that will take you to another game. If you want to d/l the game, go to http://www,geocities.com/veliarts/wwtlf.html
2003-11-07 10:09:59 by Vel
Interesting game, with a clear tragic tone as the description implies. The characters are well-designed, although the dialogue is not believable, and needs some serious work. The music fits the mood quite well. The artwork is about average for an amateur AGS game.

It would be nice to be able to skip through some of the scenes, especially the credits where the author seems to like seeing his name in writing a little too often. All in all, this is a game worth looking at since it's short, and won't take up too much of your time. The author has clearly improved his skill since "Recess," but there are, still better games out there.
2003-11-04 09:53:46 by Migs
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