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6. Today I Die


Daniel Benmergui's Today I Die is a puzzle game created in a style that fans of his works should already be familiar with. Similar to I Wish I were the Moon, the adventure is a short one and shouldn't take longer than a couple of minutes to play from start to end.

You'll be interacting with objects using only the mouse, but what you do with your surroundings is something that you'll have to figure out for yourself. The game also features multiple endings to discover.


Name: Today I Die
Developer: Daniel Benmergui
Platform: Browser

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