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What Linus Bruckman Sees When His Eyes Are Closed
by Vince Twelve
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|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?!|
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About this gameHe never talks to me anymore. He never talks to anyone anymore. His eyes are always closed. I wonder what he sees... Features: -Unique dual story gameplay -Multiple Endings -English and Japanese Language -Loads of graphical effects -A dynamic music system and amazing soundtrack -An exciting and bizarre story -Another exciting and bizarre story -A cool interactive manual -Add your name to the online Hall of Completion -Gods, aliens, samurai, and Charlton Heston *The main download link is in .rar format (42.6 MB). Use Mirror 1 to download a .zip version (71.4 MB).
AGS Awards Wins
Won, Best Programming 2006
Won, Best Innovation 2006
AGS Awards Nominations
Nominated, Best Puzzles 2006
Nominated, Best Music 2006
Nominated, Best Documentation 2006
AGS Panel Review
"Challenging and unique. Wonderful dual gameplay may confuse some!"
9 people commented on this game (newest first):
I found it interesting that I zipped though the English version without any trouble but stumbled horribly over the Japanese version. I felt that the completion of the first version constrained or impeded my ability to solve the second version. Very interesting. I'd Highly recommend it to those who like pen-and-paper style puzzles.
To sum it up, play this game now. It's the only play I've played three times (you'll see why when you play it).
Only suitable for people that likes to use pen and paper, deal with incomplete data and put the brain to work. If you are one of these you are going to enjoy it.
Brilliant! I'm impressed by the innovation of this game! This game had me glued to my computer throughout the beta testing. It was a pleasure to play. And nice work, Nikolas!
Also, I hope you enter OROW V next month or whenever we have it. You seem to have a knack for great one room games.
My sort of game, but not suitable for the sort of person who prefers to guess their way through a game. There is only one (fairly large and involved) puzzle to solve as well.
But the main thing is that his idea atracted be to him. The game. The dual mode, the dual gameplay.
the grahpics are top notch, especially for someone who is not a graphics artist. The stories are shocking and the 4 endings are... something else.
I just wanted to say thank you to Vince, for thinking of me and deciding to work together. :)