The English usage in this game is not very good, many punctuations, sentence structure, and grammar mistakes were made. Honestly, this does kill the vibe a little. The audio is perfectly timed and the text animations are adding towards the situations the protagonist finds themself in. The art within the game is there, it looks neat. I have played a few games since this game has high replayability. The story itself is a little incoherent, but it’s still enjoyable!
The short and catchy paragraphs do aid the player in having fun and the playtime is insanely short. It’s still worth your time, since this game is a one of a kind, grow, sim, rabbit experimenter. Since you know, animal tests should be illegal, so feel free to test online rabbits!
The dialogue is unsettling and the build-up is timed neatly. The chat itself is comparable to what a true chat group looks like, giving realism to the game. This game is absolutely worth your time! Just don’t complain to me if you feel slightly paranoid afterward.
The wordplay, poetic I’d say, and the music combined with the visuals gives me eerie vibes, something Litrouke used in his other games too. I was happily surprised by this story and enjoyed it a lot. It certainly is worth your time, even if it is to train your Latin.
This game has an amazing narrative and storyline, it’s coherent with all branches and seems to dig deeply into what one expects of a gruesome beast or a lonely human. With many possible endings and possible rewinds, I think this game is surely worth one’s time.
The game is short, well written, and the audio adds to the ambiance. I was more focused on the text than on the backgrounds, but it was rather satisfying to watch those excerpts of the mill. Gameplay I would estimate around 15 minutes for a quick reader like me.
The game could use some polishing, both text-wise and maybe styling/mechanics-wise or I would love to see a “remastered/remake” of this fun time killer. It’s definitely worth a few plays, it’s minimalistic, so don’t expect it to be enormous or perfect.
A short story set in the early 18-hundreds, showing the depiction of poverty and what one is willing to go through to escape this fate. Featuring breathtaking audio at the right moments and illustration to aid the visual horrors of this awesome one-time playable game.