Nach dem durchspielen von LIMBO frage ich mich wie man das Ende deuten soll.
Ich würde gerne mal einige Meinungen dazu von euch hören.
Diese beiden Interpretationen des Endes habe ich aus anderen Foren:
As for the main game, some say it's how his life flashes before his eyes. In the beginning, he was teased, tortured, and bullied metaphorically as spiders, strangers, and traps haunted him his life style. Finally he was able to make his way and overcome his fears/troubles. The hotel and industrialized areas resemble places where he worked, and when shit hit the fan, things became spiraling out of control and may have been a turning point in his life. He saw what could have been the love of his life, but then she was manipulative and sent him back to his stale working life. Finally, crashing through the windshield of the car, the boy plunges into the woods to his death along with his sister next to him dead, too, and they peacefully die together. Spiritually they are reunited.
What seems clear: I agree that the boy and girl are both dead at the game's beginning. We are in Limbo, along the fringes of hell. We 'wake up' in the land of the dead estranged from our sister, and try and find our way back to her, crossing the Acheron as we do so. We suffer trials and punishments in Hell, and are eventually reunited with our sister. The main menu screen shows the scene of our death in the 'real' world, where the two children are replaced by the swarms of flies buzzing around their corpses.
What I would speculate: the trials and punishments we suffer are related to the moments, hours, perhaps even the day before death. Some people think that in the upper right of the menu screen you can see a car, and that the children must have died in a car crash. I disagree; I think it's a school bus (when the light moves, you can see it peeping through a row of windows). The siblings were on a school trip. They may have been staying at a hotel in a town or city, and they may have been visiting a factory. Their school bus crashed in the woods. The 'tribe' you meet in the later stages of the woods are the other children who died, and all of the events of the game are warped versions of the last day or so before death. Remember when they roll a flaming tire at you? Yeah.
And when you smash through the glass at the end of the last puzzle, you are reliving the moment just before death, when you smashed through the windshield.
Was denkt Ihr???