You have been showered with mercy and adopted as a daughter by a mysterious entity known as The Abstraction. You are charged with cultivating a garden paradise on a barren frame in the middle of space, for a mysterious suitor who is to come.Read full description
"hmmm... I think the person from SELFIE drowned in something and some guy made a romhack to come into the real world." - Attack on gaming
“Uriel’s Chasm 2 is not Brecht’s-simplest-words. In fact, if there were someone whose personal mission was to hunt down my poetic credo and shit all over it, it would be Dylan Barry. But it does what I want art to do. It tore my heart to shreds.” - Unwinnable
את is a fantasy "Mega-PC" rom hack. In את ("et") you play as a young girl who has been sent into another dimension as a sacrificial offering.
You have been showered with mercy and adopted as a daughter by a mysterious entity known as The Abstraction. You are charged with cultivating a garden paradise on a barren frame in the middle of space, for a mysterious suitor who is to come.
Lately you have been having strange prophetic dreams in which other dimensions have been sending anti-matter tributes and sacrifices, all in a effort to win your hand and share your paradise.
Also, a mysterious glitch in the very fabric of your reality called Mayim has started to show up. Reality bends as everything at the quantum level is digitized and rerouted to an eerie abandoned carpark in Nauseous Pines.
All the game styles!!, proto-bullethell boss rush is just the beginning as you are plunged into crazy game style combinations including configurations such as frogger, space invaders, california games surfing and fire fighting
Allegorical story that dramatically furthers the Nauseous Pines/Uriels chasm universe of Railslave games.
Innovative mechanics, graze fruit to fill your rainbow anti-matter launcher, travel closer to the action to raise the risk bar and spin the fruit machine.
Punchy full Yamaha FM OST made on synths close to the actual Mega PC and influenced by a wide variety of styles from Indian Bhangra to Technosoft's Thunderforce series.
This game is weird, and a rather odd experience, but it's not as bad like the previous games from Rail Slave. The game actually has a story, which an be interpreted in different ways. The gameplay is...meh. First, you dodge an alien's fruit barrage, while trying to kill it. Second, you get teleported to a JRPG-like scene, where you collect droplets to fight some fire soldiers, while picking up flowers so you can get a prophecy. Third, you're surfing and have to dodge logs and fruit by switching lanes. When you start the game, you have no idea what to do. Literally. The soundtrack is fine. It is a sequel, which has no/barely any connection to the first game. Save your money for a pizza, it's a more enjoyable experience than this game will ever be.
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