History VideoGame / Miserere

25th May '16 4:31:44 PM Theriocephalus
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* CryForTheDevil: In the short story "The Devil Is Just a Tired Human", the Devil is disgusted by humanity's moral vileness after living amongst them and observing them for 500 years. He bemoans how the purpose of his existence was merely to come to this conclusion, and wishes something would change.



* GrotesqueGallery / OurMonstersAreWeird: What else would inhabit the dream world of someone gradually losing their sanity?
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe / RubberForeheadAlien: The protagonist's mother is a beautiful humanoid alien.

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* GrotesqueGallery / OurMonstersAreWeird: What else would inhabit the dream world of someone gradually losing their sanity?
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe / RubberForeheadAlien:
GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: The protagonist's mother is a beautiful humanoid alien.



* GuideDangIt / QuicksandBox: This gameplay mostly involves finding an item in one area and then using that item in some other specific area to progress the game. Considering that the dream world is a WideOpenSandBox, this entails ''lots'' of exploration, attention to detail, and trial and error if a player is to abstain from a strategy guide.
** Though interestingly, this game is actually somewhat more forgiving in this aspect than VideoGame/YumeNikki and other fan-sequels, as the areas are slightly more linear, smaller, don't wrap around themselves (meaning there aren't any of the void-like open areas these games are known for), and are connected a bit more coherently.

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* GuideDangIt / QuicksandBox: GuideDangIt: This gameplay mostly involves finding an item in one area and then using that item in some other specific area to progress the game. Considering that the dream world is a WideOpenSandBox, this entails ''lots'' of exploration, attention to detail, and trial and error if a player is to abstain from a strategy guide. \n** Though interestingly, Interestingly, this game is actually somewhat more forgiving in this aspect than VideoGame/YumeNikki and other fan-sequels, as the areas are slightly more linear, smaller, don't wrap around themselves (meaning there aren't any of the void-like open areas these games are known for), and are connected a bit more coherently.



* [[OffWithHisHead Off With Their Head!]]: During one event the protagonist gets their head bloodily slashed off by a yeti.

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* [[OffWithHisHead Off With Their Head!]]: OffWithHisHead: During one event the protagonist gets their head bloodily slashed off by a yeti.


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* OurMonstersAreWeird: What else would inhabit the dream world of someone gradually losing their sanity?
9th Mar '16 3:04:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* LonelyPianoPiece: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8HCYoEiesg There is one]] in the rusted ship area by BoardsOfCanada, which is fitting since the ship is abandoned and severely dilapidated. The red planet area also has one, which is fitting since this area is very dark with a lonesome atmosphere.

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* LonelyPianoPiece: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8HCYoEiesg There is one]] in the rusted ship area by BoardsOfCanada, Music/BoardsOfCanada, which is fitting since the ship is abandoned and severely dilapidated. The red planet area also has one, which is fitting since this area is very dark with a lonesome atmosphere.



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24th Jan '15 6:11:28 PM Mullon
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* XMeetsY: Some may describe ''Miserere'' as ''VideoGame/YumeNikki'' meets ''{{Myst}}''.

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* XMeetsY: Some may describe ''Miserere'' as ''VideoGame/YumeNikki'' meets ''{{Myst}}''.''VideoGame/{{Myst}}''.
9th Dec '13 4:11:37 AM TheNewPlague
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* AmbiguousGender: From their sprite's androgynous appearance, the protagonist may either be a male with shoulder-length hair or a female in unisex clothing. The fact that the protagonist [[NoNameGiven never reveals their name]] doesn't help to clarify this mystery. He could be something else entirely, considering he's/she's half-alien.

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* AmbiguousGender: From their sprite's androgynous appearance, the protagonist may either be a male with shoulder-length hair or a female in unisex clothing. The fact that the protagonist [[NoNameGiven never reveals their name]] doesn't help to clarify this mystery. He They could be something else entirely, considering he's/she's they are half-alien.
2nd Sep '13 7:13:55 AM JIKTV
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* SceneryGorn: Many of the game's areas are very reminiscent of those in ''SilentHill'', being severely dilapidated and covered with blood and rust.

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* SceneryGorn: Many of the game's areas are very reminiscent of those in ''SilentHill'', ''Franchise/SilentHill'', being severely dilapidated and covered with blood and rust.



** '''Hak''': [[CalvinAndHobbes "Reality continues to ruin my life."]]
** '''Lh'rye''': [[ThroughTheLookingGlass "If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there."]]

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** '''Hak''': [[CalvinAndHobbes [[ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes "Reality continues to ruin my life."]]
** '''Lh'rye''': [[ThroughTheLookingGlass [[Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland "If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there."]]
8th Aug '13 1:21:59 PM Tropesofknowledge
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* AmbiguousGender: From their sprite's androgynous appearance, the protagonist may either be a male with shoulder-length hair or a female in unisex clothing. The fact that the protagonist [[NoNameGiven never reveals their name]] doesn't help to clarify this mystery.
** They could be something else entirely, considering they're half-alien.

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* AmbiguousGender: From their sprite's androgynous appearance, the protagonist may either be a male with shoulder-length hair or a female in unisex clothing. The fact that the protagonist [[NoNameGiven never reveals their name]] doesn't help to clarify this mystery. \n** They He could be something else entirely, considering they're he's/she's half-alien.
7th Aug '13 8:20:02 PM MsWoot100
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**They could be something else entirely, considering they're half-alien.
26th Jun '13 2:07:25 PM PancticeSquadCutterback
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* FanSequel: ''Miserere'' is heavily inspired by ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''. However ''Miserere'' is not as similar to ''Yume Nikki'' as other fangames such as ''DotFlow'' or ''VideoGame/{{Yume2kki}}'' since it has dialogue, characterization, and a coherent plot. In this sense, it is similar to other "second generation" fangames such as ''Answered Prayers'', ''Fleshchild'', and ''The Looking Glass''.

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* FanSequel: ''Miserere'' is heavily inspired by ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''. However ''Miserere'' is not as similar to ''Yume Nikki'' as other fangames such as ''DotFlow'' ''VideoGame/DotFlow'' or ''VideoGame/{{Yume2kki}}'' since it has dialogue, characterization, and a coherent plot. In this sense, it is similar to other "second generation" fangames such as ''Answered Prayers'', ''Fleshchild'', and ''The Looking Glass''.
7th May '13 8:35:27 AM Twizzler
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* FanSequel: ''Miserere'' is heavily inspired by ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''. However ''Miserere'' is not as similar to ''Yume Nikki'' as other fangames such as ''DotFlow'' or ''VideoGame/{{Yume2kki}}'' since it has dialogue, characterization, and a coherent plot.

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* FanSequel: ''Miserere'' is heavily inspired by ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''. However ''Miserere'' is not as similar to ''Yume Nikki'' as other fangames such as ''DotFlow'' or ''VideoGame/{{Yume2kki}}'' since it has dialogue, characterization, and a coherent plot. In this sense, it is similar to other "second generation" fangames such as ''Answered Prayers'', ''Fleshchild'', and ''The Looking Glass''.
25th Apr '13 12:51:14 PM Interceptor
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* LightIsNotGood: There are monsters in the church area that resemble priests' heads that can kill you.
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