Latest User Reviews

Review of We Were Here Too

Rating by My Dune posted on Feb 17, 2018

Something to play with someone else

We had a lot of fun with this game. You need two people to solve the puzzles. To bad it was a bit short though and there isnt really a story.
Time Played: 2-5 hours

Review of Little Kite

Rating by My Dune posted on Feb 16, 2018

Good, but way to short.

Very nice to play a good classic point and click adventure again. I thought it was way to short though.
Time Played: 1-2 hours
Difficulty: Just Right

Review of Paradigm

Rating by andixoida posted on Feb 14, 2018

Highly Overrated

This game is incredibly overrated because the theme is a new idea that has to do with something we all love, and that is the 90s era and geek jokes. I don't know how it got to the top.
It's advertised as very hilarious but I didn't get much laughs out of it. Actually the humor is quite odd and sometimes so bad it's uncomfortable.
I did't even finish it, quit after about 5 hours of playthrough in total. It's not really atmospheric, I didn't like much about it. It's like .. the idea is nice, but it was done the wrong way.
Time Played: 2-5 hours
Difficulty: Just Right

Review of The Bunker

Rating by Karlok posted on Feb 1, 2018

QTEs :(

I liked the old interactive movies, for instance TLC, but this one is not for me. I read the other reviews and I'm relieved that I'm not the only one who couldn't make it past the last series of QTEs. Had to watch the ending at Youtube. The story is okay, I guess. The acting is a bit over the top at times.
Time Played: Under 1 hour

Review of AlternativA

Rating by CaptainD posted on Jan 26, 2018

Great atmosphere, but gameplay is lacking

I really, really wanted to like this game. The atmospheric portrayal of a bleak dystopian future almost rivals that of Westwood's "Bladerunner". Sadly that's where the comparisons to an all-time great end.

The visuals are very nice, moody music, decent voice acting. The interface does its job and is suitably cyberpunky in design. Most of the early puzzles are logical enough. Just as it starts to get interesting, the puzzles get obscure and you end up travelling between locations again and again, wondering what you might have missed. (Yes I know, this is a problem that blights even classic AGs at times, but it's particularly bad here.) It just feels like there is almost never enough to actually DO in these gorgeously presented locations.

Eventually it ends up as a case of style over substance. I got quite a way into the game but never completed it in the end, even with hints the time taken to travel the locations felt way too long, and at one point it appeared that the problem might be a bug not something I'd done wrong (can't 100% confirm that). It felt like this could be something really special after the first half hour of playing, but sadly never lived up to that.

Time Played: 2-5 hours

Review of Legend of Hand

Rating by CaptainD posted on Jan 26, 2018

A unique and enjoyable game!

Legend of Hand is a mix of adventure, RPG and martial arts, and ends up being a slightly surreal but highly enjoyable game. The puzzles are mostly fairly easy and quite a few are timing-based, which is fitting given the martial arts theme. It's got a good story, memorable characters and quite a lot of laughs along the way.
Time Played: 5-10 hours

Review of The Bunker

Rating by Cheshire Cat posted on Dec 26, 2017

This is not a game

The story is great and the acting is superb, but this is not a game. This is an interactive movie where you're led by hand throughout the whole experience and are told exactly what to do. Even Telltale games have more gameplay than this. On the other hand, the whole 'being led by hand' experience does add to the immersion factor in a sense, because the 'game' treats you - the player - just like an overly protective mother treats her child, which ties well to the story.

I recommend experiencing this (can't use 'playing' nor 'watching' here), but just be aware of what you're getting into.
Time Played: 1-2 hours
Difficulty: Very Easy

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