The End of the World is a side-scrolling exploration game for the broken hearted. Set in Newcastle, England, you play a lonely man in a world that ended when he lost his love. By living day by day and in the past you unravel the circumstances that led to the end of the world, and maybe a way to move on. Essentially this is a break up game.
Completion time: 15-20 mins.
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I read a lot of the reviews, good and bad, before starting this game. Didnt expect much. But what i received was even worse than i thought. I mean the art of the game is beautiful and the story is pretty sad but it took me about 5 minutes to complete it. Find the three memories then either fall down a hole or sit at a table. Extremely boring especially when you have to walk through the same rooms every “day” with only three things to do. Smoke, sit, or have coffee, all of which do nothing for the story. I believe it would be a great game if it was much longer, had more things to interact with and if the walking wasnt so slow! I got bored very quickly. Overall, don’t buy this if you’re looking for a fun long game to play or if you don’t want to spend 99 cents on something boring.
A Good Story Telling Game
This game is for people who can really understand the meaning of it, through it’s art work, gameplay and story. Whenever I first played this game I was shocked on how amazing it was and how much I could feel and relate to the character feelings. This is a beautiful game that is created perfectly. There is three endings in this game, the first one is you choosing to chase your past until you fade away in existence which is an metaphorical way of saying if you try to make things the way it was before and it doesn’t work out at all then if you keep trying you will waste your life away. The second one is walking away from your past until you see a chair next to a table and then you sit down facing reality and then it ends. this ending means that sometimes you have to let go and let things be the way it is because no matter how hard you try to make things the same as before, there’s a possibility that it won’t turn out to be the same. The third one is drinking too much until you wake up on a boat not knowing what direction you are heading to and it minimizes the screen and then it ends. This one means that drinking a lot can make you feel lost and confused not knowing what you are doing or where your destination is. The second ending is my favorite
Amazing. Though Needs Things.
Ok now I bought this game about when it came out. I was just amazed completely. I had never seen such a game like this and need to play more like this. Though there are a fee things I would like to say it needs some changes. First, now I know smoking is for Aesthetic purposes(as far as I know). So when I take it out and smoke. I did start to notice he only took one puff from the cigarette. Which I know is for aesthetics, but it would be better to choose when to throw it or wait for it to burn out. Next, it would be to always have the clock always at the top right or bottom middle of screen(my preferences). It would be nice to see everything before you know, the world ended. Again it’s for my aesthetic purposes and probably others. I would love to see the rest of the world and people walking before time. Lastly, it would ne convenient to walk before time when you hold the clock down. I know it’s not a super thing, but I would like to see walk everything in the place while walking.
That was all for this app from what I’ve seen so far and it is amazing. Love the game and keep up the great work. Dev(s).
- Sean Wenham
- 106.2 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Frequent/Intense Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © Sean Wenham 2015
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.