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Rating: 2.67/5 - 4487 Plays
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Genre: Adventure, RPG

A boy falls asleep one night and wakes up in an enchanted forest floating high above the clouds. The Weaver, a mysterious figure buried in sand, greets him with cryptic words: it does not understand, all it can give him is time… This is a top-down adventure game in the style of Monkey Island or Kings Quest. The game is fairly simple and moves quickly. It takes about an hour for most players to complete.



WASD or ARROWs to move.




#6 jpankako 2014-05-20 11:23
Nicely done small adventure that was (almost) solvable by wandering around, which tells that some thought has been put on developing a logic and sequencing to the story. Layered graphics gave a nice 3D feel to the otherwise old console appearance.
#5 MisterD 2013-12-31 09:26
Well ... this game has been developed really well with some good sounds and a thoughtful plot that you need to work through. The graphics have that retro look to them.

However, it's not my thing and even though I got help from the walkthrough I gave up when I got to the "fire gate maze" - it just wasn't holding my interest enough.

Well done, if you like that kind of thing.

#4 earth 2013-12-28 21:37
somewhat weird adventure puzzler, no clear idea what to do (no1 wants those ~dozen cactus balls), alot ppls etc to talk but info they give is somewhat obscure, quite nice graphics and music.

overall nice game but no info given what to do and it doesn't get any clearer even after talking to every1, whoever made this was apparently big fan of 8bit consoles.
#3 johnlane3 2013-12-28 12:44
A good solid put together game. youve got a talent for it! definately continue the saga
#2 DMs choice 2013-12-28 09:58
I found it tiring even after the first few minutes and gave up. I found especially annoying that you can't skip dialogues, even if you already read them. So, if you talk to a character to see if he has more or something new to say and he hasn't, you have to go through all of the dialogue you already know once more :sigh:
But even aside of that, the game bored me quite quickly.
Sorry, only 2/5
#1 fergusferret 2013-12-28 04:43
hmmm a puzzle within a story of a kind with a lot of thinking needed to solve the parts needed. take time to look all over the parts you can access and talk to as many as you are able.

nice little puzzle and a few nice twists but it seems a little too short really.


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