Damn. I haven't really ever seen a game that really pays attention to mental health.
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There are some out there, but not really easy to find. GRIS is a really good example! It's quite famous as well.
I can't get it running in Firefox. All I get is a grey screen.
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Hey!! My pc is a linux, and i having a problem, theres not a fullscreen, so i cant see the fridge :c (sorry for my bad inglish, i have only 12 years old and im from uruguay)
Hey! Greetings to Urugay! ^_^
Ah damn. Sorry to hear that! Have you tried both the downloadable and the browser version?
even though it was really short, it was a really cool game :) i liked it
Wow! This game really have a heavy message! I got really envolved and scared in certain moments!
Thank you! We only made it in like 2 days, but we're very happy with how it ended up ^_^
I'm feeling this game an emotional level.
I'm scared.. but #relatable - sometimes the scariest demons live inside of us
Although it's short this game hit really close to home and made me feel really stressed buuuut I did like it!
Really nice mechanics. Point and click and the mashing for willpower felt nice to play.
I know the game was short because a lot of reasons, but the change between day 1 and 2 was too drastic. I believe the willpower decreasing over a week would carry a deeper message.
When the character talks about their friend, I had to guess some times to find, maybe if this friend had been introduced before the last part, the narrative would be "stronger". Again, I know there was very short time to make the game, so the game as is is pretty good.
The biggest flaw I saw was the cat. It can only be petted once daily, which is unacceptable.
Thanks for the experience. Good job!
Postal 2 had a much better message about willpower.
I really enjoyed it, the game really shows how hard even every day things can be at times, also the boss battle had me on edge the whole time and was really well made too!
I played this game a few days ago, and I know that the developers already watched my video that I put on youtube, but I just realized I needed to say something here on the game's page because this game is wonderful. Apparently I picked very aggressive options and got a difficult monster, but I thought it gave a really good insight into how it can feel to live with these problems.
The art is so good, I love anything with a pixelated feel and the color scheme is one of my favorites as well. I thought it was really well done despite the simplicity of the game and it even made me cry at the end when I thought about how horrible it must be for those who don't have anyone to talk to about their problems. Overall, this was a great experience and I hope that a lot of people play this game.
Yes! It ends up in a mostly similar experience, but it is about the journey and what options you would pick for yourself :)
Thank you for your video and the kind words! We need more positivity in the world?
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Paper Cages is an interesting game that explores the mundanity in a person's life and how our willpower to move on doing the same things everyday in our lives may differ from time to time. I like how the creator has tried to link the game to mental illnesses that impact many people in their lives. I think the game can be improved by extending the game to the workplace with more frustrating events and tasks taking place so that the player can get into the game better as the game for now is quite short. I look forward to a better version of the game to be produced so keep up the good work! :)
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Oh wow! Thank you! *__*
We're gonna watch it right away :D
This is a surprise :D
The willpower thing was something I could really relate to. Nice to know someone else feels the same. I love your game!
Amazing game! I know that I can relate to this! Amazing jo.