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November 20, 2010

the infinite ocean

The infinite ocean, a sci-fi adventure about sentience, freedom, and the search for truth by Jonas Kyratzes.

11 comments:

Jessica said...

Sci-fi, eh? I already know I'm going to need help on this one. Haha

moooh said...

Beautiful piece of art with deep meaning within the deep meaning.

A good tip for everyone is to read the help info located at the top next to the inventory button. It explains how the log scan and pattern matcher actually works.

Anonymous said...

there is no option to mute the voice?!?!

Anonymous said...

the music is so scary...

Me said...

1.Mute button is in the left upper corner.
By the way, one error is written in russian and it says "The God kingdom is inside you". I was surprised.

Anonymous said...

the music is so beautiful
They sing "Lord have mercy"

Anonymous said...

"Get a hint" does not give a "hint" -- it gives a video walkthrough. I hate it when games do that! Video walkthrough is a way to ruin every shred of suspense you have about the game. A hint is a small step forward that doesn't reveal things you don't yet want to know!

Zuma Ezra said...

ehhhh for me the music, the title, the intro text is all too much, too over the top that i actually almost laughed ... mean i know, but it sounds kind of pretentious when you say in the title "sentience, freedom, and the search for truth". that and the captions when you click on items are so stiff, boring, and devoid of personality.

the actual game could be amazing, but i didn't get that far

Anonymous said...

Really good.
But... It took me like an hour to finish it!
There was so much reading!!!!!

Anonymous said...

at the end it says "thanks to Isaac Asimov..." figures, I never did like his writing, but I appreciated his works, but if you like Asimov, you'll probably like this game.

Anonymous said...

Neat game, Bart. Thanks for sharing it.

 

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