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Inner Vision (Final build!)

Well, after a month of work (plus a few days), I’ve come to the conclusion of Inner Vision. It’s done, although there are a few small bugs when you talk to the first character. Well, onto my next game, which I still have no clue what it will be about.

Due to my classes starting back up, it’s hard to find time to work on my games, but nonetheless I will continue making them. One does not simply stop making games.

Inner Vision

I have got to say, making this game was really fun, and I explored a lot of subjects that have always interested me. My goal is for every one of my games to have a central, or unifying, theme. Inner Vision definitely has one, but I don’t want to say it. You’ll have to find that out on your own.


  1. Inner Vision turned out to be a neat game, very enjoyable experience. I’ll definitely keep an eye on what you produce in the future. :)

  2. Graphic, Music, Text.
    Everything in this game drives me into impressiveness.
    Actually I expected there will be some kind of ‘twist’ at the end of the game.
    But it’s good as it is.
    I feed sad about that I can’t keep tracking your works.

    • srao

      February 3, 2013 at 7:12 pm

      Thanks so much for playing! Looks like my hard work payed off after all. You can keep track of my work on this blog. I look forward to showing you my next game!

  3. Beautiful experience, such a grim setting yet you managed to put a big smile in my face multiple times. Really looking foward to your next creations!

    • srao

      February 3, 2013 at 7:10 pm

      Thank you so much for playing. This means a whole lot to me. I look forward to churning out more crazy games in the near future!

  4. I am proud of your first game, it is well written. I look forward to seeing your future games and I am sure it will be interesting. I want to wish you the very best in your studies and in your game development.

    Good Luck !

  5. Wow, what a great game.
    My father, and his father both killed themselves, it’s something i have thought about many times myself. I could relate to the questions your characters in the game where asking, All things i have asked myself at some point.
    But playing your game was quite strange really, By the end of it i had saved all 3 people and sat there thinking why can’t i follow the advice i was giving the characters. It felt very therapeutic, i’m sure i learned something from playing this.

    Can’t wait to see where your next game goes, this one was like no other i’d ever seen. The music was spot on. I often found myself just sitting there enjoying the music while thinking about my answers.

    Amazing work, and very inspiring.

    • srao

      February 3, 2013 at 7:14 pm

      Thank you for playing and understanding the game’s message. This means a ton to me, so for that, I am forever grateful. I look forward to showing you my future games!

  6. Excellent concept and game. The music really set the mood for the game and the senarios really touched me. I almost imagined the characters to be real and feel happy about saving pixelated characters committing suicide . Thanks for the experince, looking forward to your future games.

    • srao

      February 3, 2013 at 7:35 pm

      Thank you so much for playing! I’m really glad you appreciated the game. Your comment means a lot to a stupid game developer like me.

  7. This game teaches a good lesson. If you find yourself relating to the people in the game, the questions you answer might save your own life.

    Keep it up.

  8. Haha, that was pretty cool..
    I’ll have another look when I get home, I was on my lunch break at work so I sort of just rushed through it.

    Loved the main character though, the potty-mouth caught me off guard and made me laugh :p

  9. Well, I clear it in first time.

    and I can see the these praise. Good thing. You will make better games, this making will be a good seed.

    But….This game isn’t effective, helpful and can’t gain the sympathy

    to the real.

    Have a good masturbation :)

  10. I really enjoyed playing your game. There were so many great things about it. The simplicity made the message direct and unavoidable. The sharpness and clarity through which you conveyed the message (as opposed to using metaphor or imagery excessively) made it accessible and cut right through my barriers to my thoughts on the issue of suicide. But most of all, the characters you portrayed, although simple, were people I felt I good identify with. And even though they were nothing more than pixelated sprites on my screen with scripted dialogue, they felt alive, and brought out the dark feelings that I don’t share with others because I’m afraid of getting a negative response, like the bad choices in your game. Overall, I think your game was a great example both as to why video games can be art, as well as how sometimes the simplest things can have the most profound effect.

    Also, I really liked the music, which fit the tone perfectly. What was that?


  11. I really liked this game. the premise is simple and the message too. I like how the game is not so much about beating death guy but one’s own complacency.

  12. hello. I played this and it’s really impressive. I want to translate this to korean if you’re ok.

  13. As a student majoring in psychology, the right answer seemed so clear.
    It wasn’t hard to save all characters.
    But I lost one of my friend by suicide recently.

    I think the best point of this game is: hope.
    Honestly, I’ve played with confidence every time I had to choose, but at the same time, I was somewhat convinced that they gonna commit suicide eventually.
    I knew it wasn’t that easy in a real world.
    Suicidal thoughts cannot disappear at once.
    It’s always harder to keep trying than for giving up.

    Maybe the ‘twist in the end’-which means tragic ending-could made this game more realistic or impressive.
    But you prepared hopeful ending.
    It helped me, and I believe it will also help many people like me.

    I really wanna appreciate you!
    Hope you gonna keep making games joyfully :)

    • I made some mistakes(*I knew it “isn’t” easy/*It’s always harder keep trying than giving up) I don’t know how to fix it :) hope you can understand my comment!!

    • Sunil

      February 4, 2015 at 2:05 pm

      Thanks for playing, I appreciate it. I hope to keep making games that try something new.

  14. Inner Vision, one of the best games that I play.

    I’ll keep an eye on the rest of your proyects 😉

  15. This was by far the most emotional game I’ve played…ever. Thanks Sunil!! Really like the script on this game. Clearly, heck of a detail in the script. Keep going man :)

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