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Author Topic: Dakota [MAGS December 2013 Entry] - A horror game.  (Read 8379 times)

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Re: Dakota [MAGS December 2013 Entry] - A horror game.
« Reply #20 on: 22 Jan 2014, 15:55 »
Yo, Dualdo, I finally got around to playing this! Great little game, man :) I really liked the atmosphere you created. Some really good coding, at least stuff I'd never be able to do since I can't script...but yeah, the computer screen was cool and I also dig the little menus that pop up when interacting with stuff... which is something I had been considering doing in Leitor's Edge for years since it let's you expand the possibilities of interaction vastly!

Great job on this one Duals! I enjoyed it very much and I'm glad I finally sat down to play it!
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Re: Dakota [MAGS December 2013 Entry] - A horror game.
« Reply #21 on: 23 Jan 2014, 10:48 »
Great game! Even though it's short, has cute character sprites etc.. it scared me :shocked:
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Re: Dakota [MAGS December 2013 Entry] - A horror game.
« Reply #22 on: 23 Jan 2014, 12:38 »
Great game, Dual! Rainy, noirish, atmospheric! The ending works very well.

A question though:
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If I'm not mistaken, the drowning of that boy was an accident. Why then the need for a cover-up? (...aside from to-advance-the-story-shut-up-tramp :P)
The people that day in the park were not directly responsible or "actively" involved in the kid's death, were they?


One statement that confused me a little right at the start:
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[smarty-pants] As far as I know, a "hit and run" is a traffic related incident, not exactly a phrase you'd use in connection with a shooting.[/smarty-pants] Blame Police Quest!
 
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Re: Dakota [MAGS December 2013 Entry] - A horror game.
« Reply #23 on: 23 Jan 2014, 21:21 »
Well, not exactly involved, but it's as if you're hanging out with a wrong company.
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