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Screenshot #9: Pain

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Like a thousand nails, piercing your skin, pain rips you up from the inside. It’s a lot to ask of people to carry the suffering of the world, but the alternative is worse. It’s not clear as to why depression evolved in man. Perhaps it was nature’s punishment for our...
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Screenshot #8: Vengeance

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Within man boils the blood of Cain, who murdered his own brother out of jealousy and resentment. Rejection by nature breeds hatred, towards fate, towards God, towards others. With hatred comes the desire for Revenge, turning men to tarantulas. It’s hard not to sympathise with Stiles. We’ve all been there...
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Screenshot #7: The Loop

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The possibilities of your mind are endless. You can wander off onto limitless adventures, creating a secondary self of yourself to fly in your imagination. With enough help, you can practically create your own pinnacle of suffering within that imaginary dimension, manage to get yourself stuck in it and suffer...
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Dev Diary #3: Maya Nicodemius

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For as long as man existed, there has been a driving force far stronger than anything else in us. The desire for companionship, for a mate. The desire of a woman, the primordial force that drives men to madness and insanity, to a state of primal instinct that disregards any...
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When you’re floating down the rabbit hole, you might ask yourself: How the hell did I get here?

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The fact of the matter is, for some reason, people tend to be their own worst enemy. Even with the world trying to drag you up from the abyss, you can still manage to force yourself deeper and deeper until nothing’s left but darkness. #Gamedev #Psychological #Thriller #Indiedev #Indiegames #Gamedev...
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Serve your time

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To break the dynamics of nature is to break the function of humanity. Teenagers are supposed to be active, free and robust. The pathological nature of our society chains our children to these benches for years and years, forcing them to adapt to these confined rooms. Isn’t there a better...
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