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Monsieur OUXX

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Re: How They Found Silence
« Reply #60 on: 21 Jun 2010, 08:22 »
I'd love to, know anyone who can draw? ;)

Hey, I had the exact same thought about the Deluxe version. I really liked the game.
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discordance

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Re: How They Found Silence
« Reply #61 on: 21 Jun 2010, 20:36 »
@F1ak3r:
I think you are an ass. The graphics are not "horrid".

Frankly I also think they're horrid :) I thought the comment was pretty positive. Like the bit where he suggests that I keep up the awesome work, that was my favorite part.

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Re: How They Found Silence
« Reply #62 on: 12 Jul 2010, 03:49 »
@Freak : Thanks for bumping the thread - otherwise I'll have tottally miss this one.

Nice game and good plot, a lil' more tweaking will have been appreciated, but I really did enjoyed it. Keep on the good work, and produce some more.
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Re: How They Found Silence
« Reply #63 on: 09 May 2011, 19:40 »
I started playing this game almost a year ago, and got stuck on that last last puzzle towards the end.  Just finished it this morning.  It's always a strange feeling, being prompted to reflect on one's own mortality.  This was well written and I'm glad I decided to come back and finish it.  Thanks for another addition to the list of AGS classics!

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Re: How They Found Silence
« Reply #64 on: 09 May 2011, 19:58 »
Well since it got bumped anyway, I'll use this oportunity to say that I love this game, it's lovely, it has beautiful music, and everyone should play it.

Monsieur OUXX

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Re: How They Found Silence
« Reply #65 on: 10 May 2011, 11:37 »
Still because it's bumped: ...Well, then wait for the remake ;-)
 

Mr Flibble

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Re: How They Found Silence
« Reply #66 on: 19 May 2011, 21:52 »
I didn't even realise this thread had been bumped out of the bowels of hell, but since it already has been I'll post with impunity. I just played this game and I thought it was pretty neat. The art style has a particular charm for some reason, even though it is quite simple. And there were several parts I actually did find a little creepy.

Actually, graphically it reminds me of Pleurghberg, which is no bad thing.
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Re: How They Found Silence
« Reply #67 on: 20 May 2011, 03:34 »
For the love of Troica, every time I see this thread bumped up on the forums main page, it tricks me in to thinking there's a sequel!

PS
Can there be a sequel please?
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LUniqueDan

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Re: How They Found Silence
« Reply #68 on: 21 May 2011, 11:11 »
Seconded.

Please Discordance, please!
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All those moments... will be lost... in time, like tears... in... rain."