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Lema Sabachthani

by Billbis

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2 Mar 2014
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Short game Can be completed within 30 minutes
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About this game

You have been sentence to death.

But what you had done had to be done.

Made in one month for the MAGS februray 2014 (theme : Fictional Spirituality).

Left click: interact. Right click: look at. Space bar: show interactive areas. Any key: skip cutscene.

Available in English, French and Spanish. 2014/06/01: New version with minor additions. Now open source & resource. See the forum thread. 2014/06/09: Spanish translation is now available, many thanks to cireja!
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AGS Panel Review

"While the story is interesting enough to keep the player engaged, the gameplay proves disappointingly weak. Visual style adds charm. Discordant music tends to grate."

2 people commented on this game (newest first):

Interesting art style. Nice story telling. Too bad it was so short, it didn't pack a punch.
2014-03-23 12:17:50 by jkohen
A short but fun MAGS game, with an interesting story. It's a very clean and crisp game for only being done in a month. The graphics, sound, and music add to the atmosphere. But you can see where more time would have allowed for more gameplay/puzzles. Nice use of non-linear time.
2014-03-04 20:51:26 by HanaIndiana
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