That is the most fantastic game I've ever played. He knows exactly how to make you feel what he wants you to. When you start, you're obviously confused, and he knows it. When he starts to talk about how human are inferior lifeforms, you get angry. When he put you in the room with nothing in it, you start to get depressed. I don't know you guys, but my commands in that part was things like PRAY, CRY, DIE, but when you realize he's getting angry with this, you start to relax. And you lose all your hope when he say you to type impefect emotions. But the best part is in the very end, when he see that he's imperfect too, and you're just: HA! I WIN! I REALLY WIN! WHO'S THE INFERIOR LIFEFORM NOW? OH WAIT, I'M SORRY, I FORGOT THAT YOU CAN'T UNDERSTAND THAT, BECAUSE YOU'RE JUST A SHITTY STUPID COMPUTER!
Once upon a time, three rich villagers, two boys and one girl, turned into knights, but they don't found an evil wizard to fight, so they decided to die in a cage. the girl and one of the boys were buried together and now they don't give a sh*t for the other boy. The End.
Someone understand that game? I mean, the end was like "WTF? What the hell happened here?". And what's that ghost, why we need to leave him in the cemetery? And why we can't look back before take him? Anyway, it doesn't matter. The game is fun, and that's enough.
#badgeoftheday - Earned. That's why I love Kongregate. All the games are very creative, but the best is the number of games were we are the villain. It's so cool! I never liked the heroes, and I hate when villains always lose. Kongregate's games are so original because this reason