- Publisher: Kerim Kumbasar
- Release Date: Oct 28, 2015
- Summary: An independent story-based cinematic FPS game describing the drama of a student 's. Story is based on experienced emotions.
- Developer: Kerim Kumbasar
- Genre(s): Adventure, 3D, First-Person
- # of players: No Online Multiplayer
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
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Positive: 2 out of 3
Mixed: 0 out of 3
Negative: 1 out of 3
Jan 15, 2017Oynamadım ama destek vermek için 10 puan verdim. Başarılarınızın devamını dilerim. Allah yolunuzu açık etsin artık Steam den hediye bir adetOynamadım ama destek vermek için 10 puan verdim. Başarılarınızın devamını dilerim. Allah yolunuzu açık etsin artık Steam den hediye bir adet Morphine yollarsınız.… Expand
Dec 6, 2015Simply, for 10 bucks you get narrative physiological triller with scary elements here and there. It's long approx 1.5 hours, made in UnitySimply, for 10 bucks you get narrative physiological triller with scary elements here and there. It's long approx 1.5 hours, made in Unity engine yet a bit more different with more passion and feelings involved while developing which can be noticed even by casual gamer who played a lot "unity" games.
Not sure are models in game custom made or bought, but atmosphere and concept of the story come before anything else so you dont really pay attention to that.
Basically from story/atmosphere/concept side game is pretty good, really makes you feel different and leave you with hard impression after beating game. Although from technical side there are quite few cons and problems which might get some gamers not to like this title. No voice acting at all, not impressive graphics although I've seen much terrible titles in Unity engine khm khm Rake khm khm. So based on both concept and technical side I would summary this under positive impression.
Game is dark, describing bullied kid and his world through his eyes and unfortunately well-known outcome in most of the situations where same thing happen. There are scary jumps here and there but dont expect regular horror style at all.
As developer Kerim stated, game is not based on true experiance but its based on true feelings. Were you bullied in school or not I think that you are going to imagine yourself on Peter place while you play this game and its gonna make you think a bit how those kids/persons feel in that kind of situation.
Overall, good job ! Also good pricing and not going crazy since game is longer comparing to some others.
P.S I did recieved couple review copies, but this is completely my thought and impression. I usually record gameplay/short review and I end the game, this time I completed game all the way till end without rushing and I didnt realized that 90 minutes passed. So good job.… Expand
Oct 28, 2017This game is an abject failure at everything it sets out to do. Trying to be a deep and symbolic narrative experience, its use of pre-madeThis game is an abject failure at everything it sets out to do. Trying to be a deep and symbolic narrative experience, its use of pre-made assets bought off the Unity store and a total lack of narrative or thematic coherence means that any story, no matter what it may be, is completely lost.
It doesn't in any way resemble a professional product you should give your money to. Whether it be the shoddy English translation, the aforementioned asset flipping, the numerous graphical errors, or just the simple fact that absolutely nothing makes any sense, this resembles something you'd find on Newgrounds in the early 2000's as opposed to an allegedly complete game you'd buy on Steam in 2015, except Newgrounds games are at least a bit more functional and usually contain some nudity for your troubles if you're into that sort of thing.
All that being said, though, this game is hilarious. The best thing you can say about it is that it's short enough that you can set out an hour to play this thing (assuming it doesn't crash multiple times as it likes to do) and return it to Steam for a refund of however little they're charging for it these days, because as horrible as this game is, you owe it to yourself to slog through it.
The absolute moon logic and LSD-fueled adventures on display here are just astounding. There's a point at which the game "ends", only for it to start up again right after. By the climax, the developer apparently forgot the main character's name (though it seemingly happened earlier than that, given everyone went from calling him Peter to P to eventually Ted) and just swapped his name for the bully character to draw some parallel to Ted Bundy for...a reason, I assume. And the rabbit.
But honestly, it's probably easier to just watch someone else play it's. There's at least a few people have it up on YouTube, and it is an experience. According to the developer, there's apparently some truth to all of this in that they were bullied in school, but whatever kind meaning or message we're meant to take from this whole ordeal is utterly lost between the unbridled laughter and the uncomfortable glances towards the Overwatch launcher whenever something boring/"serious" happens.
This game didn't achieve much, but it earned these two stars. Be proud of that, Morphine, since you were apparently not proud enough of this story you wanted to tell so badly to put any actual effort into making models, playtesting, programming, learning story structure, understanding symbolism, or translating things accurately. We can press F to piss, though. That was pretty great.
Also the morphine doesn't show up until about the end. That's some bait and switch right there.… Expand