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Review of Duke Grabowski


Rating by My Dune posted on Apr 17, 2017


Funny, but sadly short.


Although this game was very short and simple, I had a great time playing. I really hope they will come up with more episodes or a full length game. It was pretty funny and had to chuckle here and there. It reminds me a lot of Monkey Island. Puzzles could be a lot harder too. Time Played: 2-5 hours
Difficulty: Very Easy

Review of Blackwood Crossing


Rating by My Dune posted on Apr 16, 2017


Beautiful story about losing loved ones


Beautiful story about losing loved ones and dealing with it. Voice acting is good and music fits the story beautifully. Graphics are great, but game play feels a bit strange and slow. It doesn't matter though, because the story is very short. You'll be done within a few hours. Puzzles are there, but for me way to easy. Time Played: 2-5 hours
Difficulty: Very Easy

Review of The Sexy Brutale


Rating by Harald B posted on Apr 15, 2017


Highly original, all around great game


Combining a well-handled time travel theme with one of the most innovative core gameplay mechanics seen in any genre recently was enough for me to get into this game, but there is much more to recommend it on than that. The aesthetic and production values on the graphics are great, the interface polished and carrying some nice quality-of-life features. The music by itself is more "catchy" than amazing, but what makes it stand out is how it keeps adapting, sounding more clear or muted depending on how close to the apparent source you are and getting more dramatic as important things are about to go down. Pushing it further is what punctuates the music: several murders leave sounds that resound throughout the mansion, so that what previously sounded like random ambience can suddenly take on a special meaning. In case you're bothered about if this is even an adventure game I'd say the story is certainly big enough, powerful enough and well-integrated with the gameplay. While the first couple of chapters can feel like unrelated vignettes or levels, the story comes more into focus later as things previously only hinted at get clearer and there is more attention for relations among the characters and the deeper secrets of the mansion. Also the gameplay itself has you avoid direct confrontations with murderers and there is never any real problem with timing so long as you plan your moves out in advance. Certainly nothing twitchy going on. Finally, there is also some great dark humour especially from the overheard mutterings of the murderers. Overall the game excels in almost every area, with the most important points of critique being that it can feel a bit easy at times for a practiced adventurer and the fun is over slightly too soon. (It took me 8 hours and change to finish, and that could have been less than 7 if I had not made it a point to get every collectible and piece of backstory. If the length bothers you too much, wait for a slight discount.) There is also no voice acting to speak of, with one notable and greatly done exception I'll not spoil here. Time Played: 5-10 hours
Difficulty: Easy

Review of The Frostrune


Rating by My Dune posted on Apr 12, 2017


Okay, but nothing new


Nice art work with a nice little Vikings story behind it. Puzzles are okay and not very difficult, but nothing new. In case you do get stuck, they have provided you with a step by step hints option. All puzzles a pretty straight forward, so a seasoned adventure gamer probably has no problems to get through in no-time. Time Played: 2-5 hours
Difficulty: Easy

Review of Catyph: The Kunci Experiment


Rating by My Dune posted on Apr 9, 2017


Great sequel to ASA: A Space Adventure


I said I would like to see the sequel and play it, and that I did! What a good story! About all the questions I was left with and was unclear about in the first game, were answered in this part. The game feels and looks a bit better. Cut scenes are great! I found navigating a lot easier. Of course I had to play the "Hard" setting, but boy these games are hard to solve. I lost count of hours of gameplay, but it took me over a month to solve all the puzzles. Some are not that hard to figure out, but most you really have to think hard and long about. All the answers are staring you straight in the face, but you get so much information you're quickly over thinking it. You'll even have to learn a whole new language to solve a simple puzzle. Can't wait for another one guys!!!! The universe is unlimitted and the Ark still has lot's of stories to tell !!! Maybe it's time to bring gameplay to the next level this time ;o) Non the less, great job and keep them coming! Time Played: Over 20 hours
Difficulty: Very Hard

Review of The Dig


Rating by thorn969 posted on Apr 6, 2017


Yes, definitely worthwhile


Another of my early adventure conquests. Very intriguing story. A somewhat forgotten gem. Time Played: 5-10 hours
Difficulty: Just Right

Review of Faust: The Seven Games of the Soul


Rating by thorn969 posted on Apr 6, 2017


An interesting adventure game


I'd say it is worth exploring if you can find it somewhere. An interesting experience and rather unique. Not quite horror, but something close. Time Played: 5-10 hours
Difficulty: Hard

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