The Sedlec Ossuary is nothing spectacular in the outside. It is a small chapel located in Sedlec, in the suburbs of Kutna Hora, in the Czech Republic. You would think that it is just an average old medieval gothic church.
As you enter the Sedlec Ossuary though, you will soon realize why it is one of the most amazing and unique churches in the world.The Sedlec Ossuary is artistically decorated by more than 40.000 human skeletons.
Thus it is also known as the Church of Bones or as the Bone Church.
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Foxglove - Explore the psyche of a young boy and try to escape from time itself.
The Goal - Reverse time to help ensure the safety of your brother
- Exit the bedroom by clicking the left side of the screen, exit the play room by clicking the door.
- Once in the hallway, click the third door (‘toy room’) on the left side of the screen. Click the rabbit to speak to him.
- Now that the doors are all unlocked, return to the hallway and select the second door on the left titled ‘dining room’.
- In the dining room, click on the windows and then on the column of symbols
- Return to the dining room and then go back to the hallway. From there, click in the blackness (‘going down’) to go down to the basement
- Click the window on the right side of the screen and then click on the ship, return to the basement
- Click again at the bottom of the screen to view the second half of the basement. Click the doorway and then on the slip of paper on the lower left hand side of the screen
- Click the slip of paper to return to the basement, exit through the set of windows
- Click Rusty the dog on the lower right hand side of the screen and then on the tooth. He’ll want to make a deal with you.
- Exit out of the dialog box and click on the bottom of the screen to exit out of the closeup. Click the windows of the house.
To see the full walkthrough, visit Neovers.com and click ‘walkthrough’
Plague Doctor created by Ronnie Pence
Tou, the bird boy from the first mirrored world of Evoke, was inspired by the Plague Doctor.
A plague doctor (Italian: medico della peste, Dutch: pestmeester, German: Pestarzt) was a special medical physician who saw those who had the plague. They were specifically hired by towns that had many plague victims in times of plague epidemics. Since the city was paying their salary they treated everyone, the rich and the poor. They were not normally professionally trained experienced physicians or surgeons, and often were second-rate doctors not able to otherwise run a successful medical business or young physicians trying to establish themselves.
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Explore the relationship of a boy and his Thoughtform (both named Red) in this unique and surreal game from Neovers.com“In as much as the mind creates the world of appearances, it can create any particular object desired. The process consists of giving palpable being to a visualization, in very much the same manner as an architect gives concrete expression in three dimensions to his abstract concepts after first having given them expression in the two-dimensions of his blue-print. The Tibetans call the One Mind’s concretized visualization the Khorva (Hkhorva), equivalent to the Sanskrit Sangsara; that of an incarnate deity, like the Dalai or Tashi Lama, they call a Tul-ku (Sprul-sku), and that of a magician a Tul-pa (Sprul-pa), meaning a magically produced illusion or creation. A master of yoga can dissolve a Tul-pa as readily as he can create it; and his own illusory human body, or Tul-ku, he can likewise dissolve, and thus outwit Death. Sometimes, by means of this magic, one human form can be amalgamated with another, as in the instance of the wife of Marpa, guru of Milarepa, who ended her life by incorporating herself in the body of Marpa.”