The game is free on Steam and takes about five minutes to play, so do so if you care about spoiler since I’m going to recap the whole thing under the cut.
Well, this was a busy week. I planned to post something yesterday, but sleep has overtook me*.Let’s continue.
Some of you may remember Farla’s review of the game Lasting and perhaps my own comments where I described a peculiar glitch I’ve encounter.Since then, I’ve played the game many more times, returning to it every few days. It takes only a couple of minutes for me to find a glitch now that I know what I’m looking for. The game changes doors’ “locked” property sometimes, and when a previously locked door gets unlocked, sometimes nothing is created beyond that, allowing the player to escape the confines of the game.
Basically, all you need is to find a closed door and click on it until it unlocks or until you die, at which point you should start anew.
While the game itself is very atmospheric and intense if pretty simple, I find the glitch more interesting and worthy of exploring.
Not a single object can be found there.