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Sorry it took so long to get back to this. I just went through the code of the game to check on Dennis Whitham's password (it's been a while since I made the game), and you should be able to work that one out without too much trouble. The hints are definitely in there. It may just take a bit (lot) of trial and error. :) It wasn't Dennis that I was thinking about in my previous comment. It was someone else.

Hi Mitsukoi

I'm glad that you're enjoying the game. To figure out the passwords, sometimes you need to read a little beyond the information in the personnel files. For instance, if the person has a degree in french military history, the password may be Napoleon. It's designed as a pretty hard game, with no hand holding. A bit like using a computer back in the 80s. But I think that it makes solving the puzzles that much more satisfying when you do work out the answers.  Thanks for trying it out, and I'd love to hear more from you if you finish it.

Thanks so much for trying my game. There is a person who you do not need to solve the password for to complete the game. However, if you do get it, it will give a real revelation into their past. :)

This is awesome. Moss is just sitting there. He knows the number off by heart. Why doesn't he make the call?  Well done. I love your sense of humour.

This is really good, but am I supposed to feel like I am on the verge of a nervous breakdown constantly while playing it? If so, then good job. :)

This is a lot of fun. I don't remember Happy Days being so violent. Maybe they should do a remake on Netflix inspired by this game.

This is a fun game. Easy to play but hard to master. There is something very satisfying about not letting the horrible customers have any soup.

This is a beautiful game. i love the hand drawn animation. Those foxes are hilarious.

Nice classic gameplay - and a sassy robot.

Beautifully done. Imaginative game play. The falling sequence was inspired.

I think the mechanics are really very tight and nice. They probably don't need much tweaking. Its just my reflexes that needs the tweaking.

Plays very nicely. Nice and retro.

I did so badly. I thought I knew a fair bit about space, but apparently not. I liked it.

Very professional looking, but my god ... my reflexes must be shot. I feel I need to be a little psychic to react in time.

Utterly charming game.  Very cleverly written. I could play a much longer game like this.

Congratulations, this is a fantastic game. I like the simple controls. I hope you can add more features, while retaining the perfect simplicity of the controls. Brilliant.

Hi. I tried again, and the same thing occurred. It just kept flashing "loading" for five minutes or more, and wouldn't respond to any of my commands.

From what I have seen, I like the layout of the game and the interface. The "loading" symbol looks great (I'm not being sarcastic. It does look really good.)

An absolutely fantastic typing tutor. It had my daughter typing for ages. It would be well worth expanding it into major release.

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It's working now. It's a great game. Very intense. I really like the art style. A longer game in this style would really work, but slightly higher resolution might be needed to make the reading less of a chore on a longer game. For this length of game, though, it was perfect. The way the dialogue works, with the characters talking and you deciding to stay and listen or walk off is brilliant. For some reason, it reminded me of the game "Night in the Woods". Well done.

Beautiful looking game. I really love the art design and mechanics. I got stumped during the crossroads section though.

I really like the game mechanics - the searching and interrogating.  I was really absorbed into the mystery. And we solved it. Yay!!!

The game looks great. I was hoping to try it out, but after I entered my name into the box, it started to load - and kept loading for a few minutes. I'm guessing it's not meant to load quite that long? Is that right?

The screenshots look awesome, but unfortunately when trying to run the game on a Windows 10, there is only a black screen after the Unity logo had came up.

Interesting game. I got stuck on "The tanks most likely contained a h_". 

I absolutely love this game.  A sense of mystery abounds in the atmosphere. I don't know if there is a deeper mystery to be found, other than atmosphere, but I have spent quite a while on it and have enjoyed it regardless. After a while I started to be able to understand some of the words, and I thought I could even make out the letters - or could I really see them?? I don't know. This could be turned into a larger game, and it would be awesome.