History VideoGame / SineMora

18th Jan '16 2:09:28 PM Cantido
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* YourDaysAreNumbered: Quite literally, the Enkies live knowing the exact day they will die, with the first Enkie predicting the exact moment their race goes extinct, ''down to the day and hour''. A kind of bible called ''The Book of Days to Come'' keeps the moment each Enkie dies, in writing.

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* YourDaysAreNumbered: Quite literally, the Enkies live knowing the exact day they will die, with the first Enkie predicting the exact moment their race goes extinct, ''down to the day and hour''. A kind of bible called ''The Book of Days to Come'' keeps the moment each Enkie dies, in writing. It turns out the real reason they know when they will go extinct is that [[spoiler: Akyta Dryad was there.]]
18th Jan '16 2:07:32 PM Cantido
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* MercyKill: [[spoiler: The final objective of the resistance. They know full well The Enkies are comatose and doomed. Combined with the fact that their calendar predict the exact moment they will go extinct, they set out to put them out of their misery and deprive the Empire of their power.]]
20th Dec '15 4:31:07 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: A couple of obscure literary ones stand out; ''Angrenost'' is the elven name for the city of Isengard in ''LordOfTheRings''. There's also the defense rig ''Melkor''; Melkor is the original name of Morgoth Bauglir, who is the protagonist of ''TheSilmarillion''.

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* ShoutOut: A couple of obscure literary ones stand out; ''Angrenost'' is the elven name for the city of Isengard in ''LordOfTheRings''. ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings''. There's also the defense rig ''Melkor''; Melkor is the original name of Morgoth Bauglir, who is the protagonist of ''TheSilmarillion''.''Literature/TheSilmarillion''.
14th Jun '15 12:53:28 AM Steam_Lord
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** To add another layer, [[spoiler: Argus needs to be avenged because he was (allegedly) killed for disobeying an order to bomb the Enkie city. He disobeyed this order because he was tricked into killing his own father.]] Then, [[spoiler: he actually ends up being the man that he switched his name with.]]

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** To add another layer, [[spoiler: Argus needs to be avenged because he was (allegedly) killed for disobeying an order to bomb the Enkie city. He disobeyed this order because he was tricked into killing his own father.]] Then, [[spoiler: he actually ends up being the man that he switched his name with. He disobeyed this order because he was tricked into killing his own father.]]
14th Jun '15 12:50:17 AM Steam_Lord
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** To add another layer, [[spoiler: Argus needs to be avenged because he was (allegedly) killed for disobeying an order to bomb the Enkie city. He disobeyed this order because he was tricked into killed his own father.]]

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** To add another layer, [[spoiler: Argus needs to be avenged because he was (allegedly) killed for disobeying an order to bomb the Enkie city. He disobeyed this order because he was tricked into killed killing his own father.]] Then, [[spoiler: he actually ends up being the man that he switched his name with.]]
14th Jun '15 12:34:48 AM Steam_Lord
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** To add another layer, [[spoiler: Argus needs to be avenged because he was (allegedly) killed for disobeying an order to bomb the Enkie city. He disobeyed this order because he was tricked into killed his own father.]]



* FloatingContinent: The floating cities of Mirage Mountain (the doomed Enkie capital) and Tira (the Imperial capital). Due to Tira's underside looking like a rusted version of the Enkie city's, they might even be the [[TimeyWimeyBall same city]]. The encyclopedia reveals that all major cities are like this due to tectonic instability.



* NoAntagonist: TheEmpire is pretty much the main villain, but they practically rule the planet already. Several of the playable characters acknowledge that they are on one side, and perspective, of their conflict. Koss and Myryan are on nobody's side but their own. TheResistance is more directly toward fighting the Empire to save the Enkies, rather than harm the Empire.

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* NoAntagonist: TheEmpire is pretty much the main villain, but they practically rule the planet already. Several of the playable characters acknowledge that they are on one side, and perspective, of their conflict. Koss and Myryan are on nobody's side but their own. TheResistance is more directly toward fighting the Empire Empire, but to save the Enkies, rather than harm the Empire.
13th May '15 6:24:10 PM nombretomado
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* ContinuingIsPainful: Not as severe as say, {{Gradius}}, but if the player takes a hit, they drop some of their weapon upgrades; recklessly scrambling to retrieve them can cause the player to take more damage.

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* ContinuingIsPainful: Not as severe as say, {{Gradius}}, VideoGame/{{Gradius}}, but if the player takes a hit, they drop some of their weapon upgrades; recklessly scrambling to retrieve them can cause the player to take more damage.
5th May '15 3:53:17 PM nombretomado
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* GreekMythology:

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18th May '14 9:32:51 PM Foamer
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This 2d shooting side-scroller has a twist involving time control. There are no lives, and you don't immediately die when you're hit. Instead, players have a time meter constantly counting down. Destroying enemies adds time, while getting damaged removes time. This gives beginners more chances to make mistakes, but in advanced play, players need to constantly destroy enemies while not getting hurt to avoid the time running out. The airplanes in this game have different times of Time Capsules that have different time control effects, such as slowing the game down to avoid damage, or rewinding time, even after death.

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This 2d shooting side-scroller has a twist involving time control. There are no lives, and you don't immediately die when you're hit. Instead, players have a time meter constantly counting down. Destroying enemies adds time, while getting damaged removes time. This gives beginners more chances to make mistakes, but in advanced play, players need to constantly destroy enemies while not getting hurt to avoid the time running out. The airplanes in this game have different times types of Time Capsules that have different time control effects, such as slowing the game down to avoid damage, or rewinding time, even after death.
26th Nov '13 6:21:34 PM sunlitgarden
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* AltumVidetur: All the trophy and achievement titles are in Latin.

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* AltumVidetur: All The game's title ("Without Delay") and all the trophy trophies and achievement titles achievements are in Latin.
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