Great gameplay, and the design of the overall puzzle is tight, but, well, under tags, you put "philosophical." Now, I'll admit that it's about a guying escaping death, and everything's black and white, and there's soulful music and no dialogue and a mysterious suicidal figure running about the place, but by no means is it philosophical, or even thematically deep. This sort of faux-meaning is exactly the sort of "hipster bullshit" that makes people dislike independent game design. I believe in games-as-art and all, but let's be honest here; this isn't some sort of modern-day Inferno; the moving rooms do not mirror the shifting pieces of the protagonist's fractured psyche; his encounter with the killer is not symbolic of man's struggle with God or his inner demons or herpes or some bullshit like that. It is a well executed, aesthetically pleasing puzzle game and nothing more, and that is enough... . Anyway, 5/5, good job.
HAHAHAHAHA LOOK AT HER FACE! JESUS CHRIST! HAHAHA! Oh my God, did your brilliant artist use a reference photo, or did she draw from memory? Because THAT is some messed up shit. Is that supposed to be the "beautiful celebrity, Miley Cyrus"? Hilarious. And from a "gameplay" (If that's what you call it), standpoint, the clothing options are very limited. It is obvious that the absolute MINIMUM amount of time and effort was put into this.