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August 01, 2011

alight (in dreams)

Alight (in dreams) by Twofold Secret is a platformer that mixes exploration and reflexes and more than a little story. Move with the arrow keys, fly with the space bar or up arrow.

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very interesting...:)

I refuse to say it,,,I've got a life.

Anonymous said...

ahhh. no one yet...

Anonymous said...

..to late

KittenMitten said...

Should I? Will I? Shall I?

Nahh...




YES I WILL!!!


FIRST!

That was a good game!

Jack said...

Cannot make much sense of the objectives here either.
Different for sure though.

Anonymous said...

Makes no sense to me....W-e-i-r-d!!

Anonymous said...

Anyone know what the heck to do after the birds carry you to a platform?

The Gordo said...

Interesting concept, but what a complete letdown upon finish. Decent gameplay, though.

Kitten said...

okaaay
now THAT was a bit wierd
i am stuck at lizzies house
plz gimme some help here

Kitten said...

okay nevermind
im stuck in the planetarium

Lulu said...

Also stuck trying to get back to the planetarium with the feather. can't seem to fly as high as i need to...

Anonymous said...

I'm not a fan of this game. It's boring and the controls are very buggy.

Riiick said...

I thought this was a great game. Having the time limit when getting the alarm clocks made it even more interesting!

Anonymous said...

Can't seem to get past the goal posts. I think this is an interesting game. I like the way you have the impression that you're just wandering around, even though the game subtly pushes you in a linear direction. However, eventually I got tired of figuring out whether I had taken a "wrong" turn or not.

Mantaraya said...

Both loved it and hated it. I felt torn between the story and the gameplay. They were incongruous, and distracted from each other more than they complimented each other.

The controls and objectives were great.

Anonymous said...

I think that is too long...
And that the different parts are the same..

Anonymous said...

is that all? anything after the fire by the windows? just a quit button?

Anonymous said...

I like this game, even though it was quite sad. It was certainly a storyline of coping through loss.

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 7 August 2011 06:59 :

If you've only seen the end to level 7, then there are three more endings left. However none of them has more than that graphic with other text.

** SLIGHT SPOILER **
You need to finish all levels with the clock to access level 8. You don't need to replay *all* levels, only the one you don't get a clock on, which you can see from the level select. Annoyingly, you do always have to replay level 7 to get to 8, though.

Boris said...

Any chance of a slightly bigger spoiler?

Boris said...

Do I have to do something special on 7 apart from bringing the clock?

Anonymous said...

First, make sure you really did finish all levels with a clock. Once you do this again for level 7, but before you go through the final door, you should see the message "there is another way, you know". Then dropping off the bottom of the screen takes you to level 8. Once there, there are three ways to finish the level, one of which involves going through a final door.

Boris said...

Thanks, I wouldn't have thought of that, figured maybe there was an alternative door or something

Anonymous said...

this is probably a great game! I just.. can't get into it. :-/

Tesla Coil EPICness said...

What a wonderful, moving game. Every time I play it, it calms me down, and makes me really think, and makes me cry. :D same thing, though less strong a feeling towards "Company of Myself." Excellent games you find on the net, Bart! These games are either very interesting, or have a deep psychological effect on you, and I think your judgement of where to find these games and putting them all in one place was an excellent one.

Tesla Coil EPICness said...

What a wonderful, moving game. Every time I play it, it calms me down, and makes me really think, and makes me cry. :D same thing, though less strong a feeling towards "Company of Myself." Excellent games you find on the net, Bart! These games are either very interesting, or have a deep psychological effect on you, and I think your judgement of where to find these games and putting them all in one place was an excellent one.

 

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