Best full screen, but can be played in window view if you want.
Your eyes quickly open. You see yourself walking through a whitewashed, windowless hall for what seems like an eternity, you reach a door and open it. Your eyes instantly adjust to the shift into darkness, and you find youself looking at a frail figure which looks like it had been jolted awake; In a dark, cold, small room. Without any hestation, you pick it up and drag it back through the hall, until you reach a door. You grab on to the handle. You open the door. You push the person out of the door. Just as you shut it, realisation slams into you. Doubts swarm your mind like a disturbed swarm of bees, however your body disobeys the anarchy in your mind, it turns back and walk through the hall to another door, and you enter the door...
The man is standing there, staring right through your thoughts, slicing your mind in two, one side doubt, one side tiredness. The doubt and triedness bridge together and form one single thought:
'Did I really get rescued or did I drown?'
The answer forms at your lips yet you cannot ask it, forever hanging in limbo between thought and reality.
THE END AN AWESOME END
There's not enough information and perspective for the ending to have a definite answer. Not saying there is'int one but the interpretation of it could be either or. I'd work on giving the players more detail in the person himself. Like in one of the scenes make it so that the players find our he has a scar or literally anything like that so that later on we can find out if we really are still alive or dead, or if we swapped bodies or whatever the case may be..
That's one of my main points. With that being the case. i can say that the guy we play as was a lizard this whole time. Or that this actually never happened and is just a video game. Or that "The Man" that we saw was a the monster himself. I can see where you might want to go with that, and how you want to give people an ending where they can interpret their own stories but that almost never blows up in the industry. All in all im not trying to discredit you this was great and a fun experience. Good job!