Sluggish Morss: A Delicate Time in History

Sluggish Morss: A Delicate Time in History

By Jack Spinoza - Added On 2/17/2013

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18.6 MB - 4 Song(s)

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A game about space time by Jack King-Spooner & Jake Clover. 

Arrow Keys - Move            Space - action yo               Escape - menu/ close

Nota bene: Might encounter problems on windows XP and older. Sorry in advance.

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Only air and birds everywhere but the thing was there was no place to land because there was no land.So they just circled around and around because this was before the world began and the sound was deafening. Songbirds were everywhere.Billions and billions and billions of birds.

One of these birds was a lark and one day her father died and this was a really big problem because what should they do with the body? There was no place to put the body because there was no earth.
Finally the lark had a solution. She decided to bury her father in the back of her own head. And this was the beginning of memory because before this no one could remember a thing. They were just constantly flying in circles. Constantly flying in huge circles.

Thanks to Modern Algebra, Hanzo Kimura and Yanfly for additional scripts!!

Another Sluggish Morrs here:

And all the people's faces, thanks yo.

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Posted By Chris Priestman 2/19/2013

As I sat there watching a woman’s face stutter around a background of red and white stripes to a hypnotic tune that sung, “F*ck me. F*ck my throat. Harder. I will bite your dick off if you don’t fu*king f*ck me now. F*ck me. Deeper. I want to feel you stabbing deep inside me. F*ck me. F*ck my throat. F*ck my guts out, you c*nt,” I couldn’t help but ponder what it was the Superbabies had discussed during their conference. Of course, any individual that attempts to make sense or meaning of absurd abstraction, no matter how cogent its setting and characters may be, winds up being a typical example of a fool.

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Padrik 2 months ago
Not so much a game but a medium to inspire self reflection. If you go in trying to make sense of the game itself, you'll just scratch your head and go "Eh?"

But dig just a liiiiiittle bit deeper and really ponder the statements and what's being asked and you'll find the experience that much more rewarding. You just gotta see this one first hand.
oreosszz 4 months ago
I wish i could play this on the mac :( but it looks great
TinaBorschunn 5 months ago
Doom_Fan 6 months ago
is this a sequel to the original?
or is this the first one?
empty fortress
empty fortress 6 months ago
This is all I've ben wanting in life, and more.
MoarKrabs 7 months ago
Anxiety = uncertainty x powerlessness
ko3ak 7 months ago
Masterpiece, nothing much to say.
afterworldStudios 7 months ago
3 for this
thedeanreynolds 7 months ago
This is definitely a game worth playing. It just has that unique Jack King-Spooner style. The soundtrack was amazing, but I found the voice acting distracting.

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Developer: Jack Spinoza
Genre: Other
Status: Complete
Engine/Language: RPG Maker VX
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