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DoraThe VisitCreated for a GameJam in just a few days, The Visit by Marius Fietzek, Benedikt Hummel, and Irina Gross is a twisted, silly platformer that doesn't go the way you'd expect. Just use the [arrow] keys to move and jump as you set out to visit your girlfriend. Naturally, there are all manner of dangerous obstacles to deal with on your way there... right? I mean, that's how this is supposed to go.

It's a very short and simple little game with a few different endings depending on the options you choose and the paths you take. It's worth tracking them all down, especially since doing so will probably only take less than ten minutes, though one particular scene at least feels like it drags on too long. It's a simple, quirky little game with a grin-inducing style. It plays on how ridiculous the actions we automatically assume we should take in games and will make you smile... or at least sit there with tumbleweeds rolling by dramatically in the background as you try to figure out what just happened.

Play The Visit

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Well, that was easy :)

Ending Guide

1. You are a horrible person.

Kill the judge.

2. Rascal on the run.

Escape the hearing.

3. You are a sad person.

Kill a crab, show no remorse, and destroy the crab monument.

4. You are a bad person.

Kill a crab, show no remorse, and do not destroy the crab monument.
OR
Kill a crab, show remorse, and do not apologize at monument.
OR
Kill a crab, show remorse, and destroy the crab monument.

5. You are forgiven.

Kill a crab, show remorse, and apologize at monument.

6. You are a great guy.

Do not kill a crab.

Doesn't this game kinda remind you of Iji?

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Well, that was easy :)

Ending Guide

1. You are a horrible person.

Kill the judge.

2. Rascal on the run.

Escape the hearing.

3. You are a sad person.

Kill a crab, show no remorse, and destroy the crab monument.

4. You are a bad person.

Kill a crab, show no remorse, and do not destroy the crab monument.
OR
Kill a crab, show remorse, and do not apologize at monument.
OR
Kill a crab, show remorse, and destroy the crab monument.

5. You are forgiven.

Kill a crab, show remorse, and apologize at monument.

6. You are a great guy.

Do not kill a crab.

Doesn't this game kinda remind you of Iji?

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inheritance.fan October 22, 2012 3:32 PM

I get a brief loading screen, then it goes white. I have the latest Flash and Firefox updates.
I'm trying it in Chrome, but the loading screen seems to be stuck.

[I see you frequently posting problems you have with the games hosted here. We test all the games before we put them up, and there are no issues with the games embedded on the pages here at JIG. It's your configuration that's interfering with the loading. Empty your browser cache and reload; update your Flash Player to the latest version; disable all browser extensions; try a different browser. One of those 4 remedies is guaranteed to fix your issue. -Jay]

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I just played this last night and giggled madly at every ending I got. Good to see it up here!

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It took me several attempts to

NOT kill the last crab that scuttles in a small space

How silly of me.

PS, if you're trying to get ending #1 (as listed in the walkthrough)

Try starting to run away first - what might help you get to the judge's head from up there?

I like how it tried to defy video game logic by the whole

crab murder

thing, but still followed video game logic in that

jumping on head = death

Perhaps something to be explored in a similar game in the future?

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