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October 02, 2014

eien

You remember darkness and silence everywhere, but now something has changed: eien, a new point and click adventure by Jacek Witczynski and Mateusz Skutnik.

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great game, not hard, but you need a bit of patience.

Anonymous said...

I have no idea what I am doing..

Anonymous said...

I have no idea what I am doing..

Tea said...

I need help with the red 6x10 grid. Anyone?

Tea said...
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Tea said...

Found hint to red grid, by looking up from the first grid.

Now stuck at the two dials.

Anonymous said...

Stuck on 4x5 grid... I suppose the note with roman numbers (I, II, III, IV, V) and numbers (24, 13, 23, 14, 12) is some clue for this grid, but how?...

Anonymous said...

i´m stuck at the purple portal

Anonymous said...

solved

Anonymous said...

Walkthrough: http://youtu.be/p1qFs6bL67A

eightoclock said...

It is a quite good game, except for the fact that every clue is pretty much spelled out for you. I don't mind that, but at the same I didn't feel like I really did anything. Here is the answer, let me write it down for you so that you don't have to, and put it over there. The hardest part was just finding where to click in the landscape to find the answer.

Anonymous said...

This was kinda easy for Skutnik. Very enjoyable though.
T.

tam said...

I had a good time!
Thank you, Bart, for bringing this game to my attention.

Lizzie!! said...

Outro? Who knew the opposite of intro was outro? Momentary stall at the 6x4 grid...over-thinking the strikethrough lines and the various directions. It was pretty linear, but well-crafted. Thanks, Bart!

Darren said...

I love Skutnik's games! Thank you.

Kitchenraptor said...

The mechanics and complexity of the world presented matched Skutnik's normal style very well but the way the puzzles all had notes simplified the game greatly. I thought the story line could have been a bit more worked out but Submachine built up nicely over time. Is this going to be part of a new series or is it a stand alone?

Anonymous said...

cool game, umm too be continued?

Pi Girl said...

It keeps glitching on me. I got the two three-symbol codes and i even heard the stone scraping sound effect but nothing happened.

Rob said...

Nice...
Missed one bettery but found it in the end....

Kati said...

The environment is fantastic, it definitely has a mistic mood. (Don't know if there was music, my computer is muted). I love how the objects are hidden in the landscape, you really need to look carefully. I dont like how there are parts that look like passageways but you cant go there. I miss some story too, but I know escape games are not about the story. I love how tehre are things that you think are clues but they arent (like the glows in the first screen). To be honest I had to watch the walkthrough video, just to realize that even though the red dial table had the right simbol in it, I had to redo it again to make it work - don't know why. Also with the green corridor, where you use up your 2 red balls, I thought the simbols with the UP arrow were meant to be the upper line of the code and somehow it seems to be the other way around - not hard to guess, as once it doesnt work you try to swap them, it's just an unnecessary misleading I think. But I think in overall, this could be developed into a bigger game, because the athmosphere is definitely very cool. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Hate this games. Mine brain is gone, littel by littel. Before it was more easy. Now i dont now... :'-(
S

David Lampo said...

Great game, cheated one time because I had help.

 

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