A downloadable game

------About the game------

Just like any other day, I take the train from Station 4 to Station 7, and take the monorail to Greenclow Labs.

Today we'll meet our new research leader. I heard that he's quite weird, but he knows a lot about the obj-

Just like any other day, I take the train from Station 4 to Station 7...

------Instructions------

Move around with A and D or the arrow keys.

When pointing at an interactable object, the cursor will change its appearance. Click on these objects to interact.

------Credits------


A game made by Carlitosh636 (@Carlitosh636)

Glitch effect: game3Dover
Font: "Orange Kid" bt Typodermic Fonts
Music:
"The Order's theme", " Growing Shadows", "Underworld", all by Myuu (@Myuusic)
Sound effects from https: www.zapsplat.com
www.orangefreesounds.com
https://soundbible.com/

Published 26 days ago
StatusReleased
AuthorCarlitosh636
TagsHorror, Pixel Art, Trains

Install instructions

Read the instructions here on the page or in the Read Me file.

Extract the zip and run "Your Last Obsession.exe"

Download

Download
Your Last Obsession.zip 42 MB

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Excellent Game! I love the story that goes into this game! The visuals and the atmosphere is awesome! I even noticed that there were some chit chat in the background when I was waiting for the train in the train station! I wish there was more!!! With a garbage-like computer, I really appreciate these simple games! However I really do wish there was more gameplay than reading. Not only that but this game feels more like a horror game. So if the developers were to add some horror aspects then this game would be even better! It kinda reminds me of the horror game called SOMA as I progress more into the game. I hope this review helps out a lot! Thanks for making an awesome game! Keep up the good work!

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Awesome game! Here's my video on it I included the link to your game in the video! Feel free to incorporate my video into your games listing if you would like!!

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I just got done recording this for a video on my YouTube channel and it was a great game. The plot flowed smoothly, the puzzles weren't hard at all, and the sound effects+visuals made it way better. Only criticism is both the endings seem to eventually lead to the same fate of humanity. Besides that great job.

edit:added part 1 of video.

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Thanks! I intended both endings to be kinda pessimistic, because my main inspiration were Lovecraft tales. However my next game (which will be a "continuation" of this one) will have more positive endings (and a lot of new features, of course).