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A short-ish game (can be finished in about 10 minutes) that is more of an interactive story than an actual game.

As a kid, you looked up to Orpheus. The man whose music could bring plants to life and pacify ferocious beasts... Yet he used it for love. He couldn't have been a more perfect hero.
A part of you, though, seems to have forgotten with time what happened to poor Eurydice in the end.

You play as Dan, as he insists on bringing his beloved Lily back, inspired by the Greek myth Orpheus. As is to be expected, things don't go particularly smoothly.

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  • Completed
  • Almagesto
  • RPG Tsukuru 2003
  • Visual Novel
  • 03/01/2013 05:46 AM
  • 02/26/2014 08:44 PM
  • 02/28/2013
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Just played the game and my, I can't believe that ending. What a shock.
I hope you'll contiune making more games :D
RPG Maker 2k/2k3 for life, baby!!
Just played the game, I'd increase the text speed if I were you, it got on my nerves.

Feedback with pseudo-spoilers:
There is a mapping error in the house with the dog, the wall next to the stairs up is missing.

The custom graphics and sounds were cool, but I think the text needs more work to be less obvious and more interesting to the player.

I found the main plot twist predictable, but I've played a lot of games and read a lot of stories, maybe you should use your game page to move the players notion away from the real story even more.

The minimalist title screen looks good and works well with the rest of the game aesthetics.

I also think the game is too short and there isn't much sense in the apples and house with fire "quests" from a story perspective, maybe you should give the player a better reason to explore the house and examine the trees other than "because it must be done to progress", I know you mention "her" a few time and how she never used apples in her pies, but I don't think it's enough. It felt bit disconnected to me.

I liked the game, but the concept could be better implemented.
Good game, very short, very surreal. I pretty much surmised what was going on after he left his room, and it seemed more naturally so after he ate the first apple. But still... poor guy can't seem to accept the truth.
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