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September 23, 2012

pheus and mor

Pheus and Mor is a puzzle platformer by Dmitry Nikolaev and Anton Velmozhniy about a boy Pheus and his dog Mor. Help them to solve the puzzles and find out what happened. Move Pheus with the WASD keys and Mor with the cursor keys.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was just thinking: I wish Bart would show us a new game. Very nice for a boring Sunday afternoon!

Yu-chan said...

I thought Pheus was a berarded man =S I like it!!

Anonymous said...

It's like playing piano!!

Jackson LaFleur said...

Oh wow, this is a creepy game, but I can't stop playing!

Anonymous said...

It was beautifully sad... I nearly cried at the end. I loved the difficulty level, it was just right for me. Did anyone else notice that the names make the name "Morpheus", who, in Greek legend, was the god of dreams?

Nicola said...

lovely game x

Cyn said...

Love this game! Trying to use two hands at the same time is a nice step up in difficulty without freaking out my poor brain too much on the puzzles themselves. Thanks Bart!

Anonymous said...

Maow, how sad...

Anonymous said...

This game is depressing in the extreme.

Imogen M. said...

Oh my god, the ending is really sad. But it's a nice challenging game and I did enjoy it

Anonymous said...

Here's a walkthrough if anyone needs it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Ymv6s3DniQk

 

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