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Who are you? Where are you? Why are you there? PRIOR: You know nothing.

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21 Littlegrey Comments:
    June 17th, 2011 at 12:12 am The A man says:

    your only hope is your family... if they aren't DEAD

    April 14th, 2011 at 8:56 pm LoneTyger says:

    This game requires further study

    April 4th, 2011 at 2:09 am The Silent Scream says:

    Is there no happy ending? I played it through four times to try and find a happy ending... All I find was death and destruction. XP

    March 30th, 2011 at 11:29 am J. Woher says:

    Ok so then you would be our Starwarsfreak friend :D. The city ending seems to be that you as that little fellow do what you were made for, as being a destructive weapon bringing destruction to the city. Only I'm not sure to which group the city actually belongs; does it belong to the zombie typ of people who have become a thread to your community, or not. I've see some map on the wall in one room where it said that there was a safe spot, and I think it was some note there that told me that the city on the left (so that would be the one you destroy in that ending), is safe, but I'm not sure who wrote that note, and therefor for whom the city was safe: the zombies or people like you? If the city was crowded by people like yourself before the experiment, then it looks to me the ending is about punishing your own community for all the experiments on you and others for creating the weopen that you've become (and probably changing you in some kind of monster that kill his own wife and child. But then again: did the whole community came up with the idea, and was responsible for the experiments, or was it only the doctor, cause then I would just seems wrong that you kill inocent people, and not even the zombies that you needed to kill (unless you really did become that kind of monster). I will have to play it through one more time to look for some more answers.

    March 30th, 2011 at 10:55 am StarWarsfreak117 says:

    ok and what was up with the city ending??? Is that some sort of flashback??? or is it just happening??? I am confused...

    March 30th, 2011 at 10:45 am StarWarsfreak117 says:

    You may be right J. Woher (i am nameless friend, finally logged in)
    The wall says "I am sorry too" and one of the notes that you read in the cells says "I am sorry" so i wasn't sure if that meant that you killed him with the thought of "Yeah im sorry you had to do this to me too... now die you SOB"

    March 30th, 2011 at 9:14 am GlazedDonut says:

    Maybe I'm being a little brash, but there's a point I'd like to make. Complaining about "lack of originality" does NOT equal originality. In fact, doing so only makes you part of the snake-eating-own-tail-loop-thingy that you are ultimately railing against. I haven't exactly thought out who's the pooper or who's the eater in this scenario, but both parts suck.

    In conclusion, your time is your own. You can create something you believe in, you can build/do something that has some purpose, or you can eat crap only to crap out the crap into your own mouth...OR you can eat crap only to crap out the crap into your own mouth THEN cry about the fact that you have crap in your mouth.

    March 30th, 2011 at 5:57 am Jack Sprack says:

    Im sick of all these games that mimic Portal's storyline. You know, the game where you're being studied, because you're somehow unique or special, and you're trying to break out or uncover the truth. Although I admit, this one was a LITTLE bit different, since the looming authority figure was dead the whole time.

    March 30th, 2011 at 4:34 am wyse says:

    I enjoyed this game. Got all three endings.

    March 30th, 2011 at 2:05 am KingZ3R0 says:

    Decent game, but I couldn't be bothered to play through it again to see the other endings.