It might be short but oozes with a unique and melancholic atmosphere, and it’ll be obvious right from the start when the hero walks in, accompanied by a moody narrative. Puzzles are above average for a Flash-written game, and even though there’re no voices, the music mixing guitar and piano sounds makes up for it. Even though it ends with a little bit of a cliffhanger, you don’t get much better than this from a free game.
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Time Played: 1-2 hours