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Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy
here is a game i ve never heard of before its release few days ago, and now that i ve played around 2 hours i am really enjoying it.
it’s theme and story is a bit childish, but that cant be a problem, really.
it have gotten many nice things so right:
-you can play the game whether with Keyboard or Mouse or a controller.
-you can set the keys to your liking, which a thing a been wishing for for a long time.
-it features only auto-save, but for the first time the game saves every single moment you leave the room or the location you are at.
-after the played intro, the game opens up with many rooms you can visit, which is something most games lacks of recently.
-art work is simple but beautiful, and in high resolution, even with game design liking to zoom in at some points the quality never changes.
cant give it a rating yet, and tho i hear it has timed puzzles you can skip, i am sure with many things the designers have gotten right it shouldn’t be bothering me.
How are the puzzles?
Happiness is such hard work, gets harder every day and it can kill you, but no one wants to be that tacky about it. If you spin fast enough then maybe the broken pieces of your heart will stay together, but something I’ve seen lately makes me doubt it.. - Dismemberment Plan
easy side or not, i really enjoyed this game.
i rate it, 3.5/5. which is not bad at all.
add: btw, the uploaded walkthrough is missing a whole chapter; Chapter Three: Disembarking Up The Wrong Tree.
here is the moment when it jumps from chapter two to chapter four.