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About the StoryThe final version of my entry in the 26th 48 hour ludum dare.
The theme is minimalism.
A mystery puzzle game set aboard a peculiar flying monolith.
I hope you enjoy my game.
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The game contains two endings and I discovered the bad one first -- the game then mentions that there is a better ending and suggests further investigation, so replay is encouraged.
The puzzles are quite logic and once you get accustomed to the "use a on/with b" command, you can easily make progress. I recommend this game to everyone who likes a short science fiction story and does not back off from the mechanics (which sometimes may appear unusual to many gamers).
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