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9.03m (Windows)

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9.03m is a short, experimental game in remembrance of the victims of the 2011 Japanese tsunami caused by the Tōhoku earthquake. The game is played from a first-person view and takes place on Baker Beach in San Francisco (USA) where debris from the tsunami has washed ashore. The player can move around freely and can locate the silhouettes of people. When approaching them, they transform into an object found in the debris. The player gets to view it up close and needs to locate the shape of a butterfly on it by rotating it. When clicked, a brief message is displayed about its meaning or origin. Afterwards, a path of white dots leads to the next silhouette where the process is repeated.

Half of all received royalties for the game go to Aid For Japan, a charity that helps children who lost their parents in the tsunami. The other half goes to Redr, a charity that helps in disaster scenarios.


9.03m Windows Title screen.
9.03m Windows The figure transforms into a football.
9.03m Windows The end of the game where lots of people stand together.
9.03m Windows Main menu

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Sciere (576774) added 9.03m (Windows) on Dec 28, 2013