We're All Going To Die (itch)

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Days after dropping the largest nuclear ordinance in recorded human history, the crew of the SS Sigrun struggle to cope with the weight of their actions. One lone engineer, though, finds herself trapped in a time loop desperate to escape being forced to witness her own crew's death over, and over, and over, and over, and-

In We're All Going to Die you're trapped in a one minute time loop, and only you are aware of it. Can you find out the cause and stop it? Can you save the ship? Does the ship deserve to be saved?

  • Piece together fragments of many sixty second long stories to discover the intricacies of the ship's mission
  • Overhear confessions to solve puzzles
  • Struggle against insanity as everyone you know dies over, and over, and over again

Average Playtime is about twenty to thirty minutes


Brook Jensen: Creative Lead, Writer, Programmer
Jonathan Semple: Writer, Programmer
Ryan Tan: Artist

Is That You or Are You You by Chris Zabriskie (c) 2012 used under the Creative Commons Attribution License v4.0

It is available for free on FreeMusicArchive.org

Release date
Brwarner Studios
Age rating
Not rated

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Last Modified: Jan 9, 2019

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We're All Going To Die (itch) reviews and comments

A short 20 minute flash game that manages to touch on some interesting concepts even though it doesn't have enough substance to completely back them up.  The highlight is definitely the game design, with the space you have to explore being perfectly sized for the literal ticking one-minute clock you have to explore the space.  The setting is very interesting and the three puzzles present in the game are very clever.  The graphics and aesthetics of the game are nothing special but that's to be expected given the medium and price.

The only thing I was a little disappointed in is that the ending doesn't give you much more information than one of the twist plot points that you saw 15 minutes earlier, and it would have been interesting to either allow multiple endings or wrap up the story with a few additional surprises.  Overall, I'd still recommend this game if you need a short timewaster with some trippy puzzles and plot twists.
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