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Reader reviews for The Blackwell Legacy

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Rating by Overmann.ita posted on Sep 9, 2019 | edit | delete


Quite amateurish


Played in 2019, the game feels almost unplayable. The graphics are so low-res and all backgrounds are pretty simple and lack anything of interest. So, exploration is not really a thing.

The gameplay is amateurish at best, I’ve found only one good puzzle (the one involving the phone), but many times it is unintuitive to the point that you know what to do but don’t know how to do it because of some bad UI experience. Luckily the game is short and easy so it proceeds without many burdens.

Anyway, the story kicks off interestingly but than falls short right after the climax. Once you meet with Joey you start the “real” plot of the episode and it is quite disappointing: shallow, without drama, no twist or surprise, quite silly ending with no payoff…

Can’t really see the hype about this game despite a good background / potential as a series.


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Time Played: 2-5 hours

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Rating by victortoise posted on Oct 24, 2017 | edit | delete


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Rating by guildenstern posted on Jun 4, 2017 | edit | delete


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Rating by AdzTheEternal posted on Feb 15, 2017 | edit | delete


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Rating by pylke posted on Nov 10, 2016 | edit | delete


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Rating by patped posted on Feb 5, 2016 | edit | delete


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Rating by Khan4 posted on Aug 5, 2015 | edit | delete


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Rating by thorn969 posted on Jul 4, 2014 | edit | delete


Cute little retro adventure


This game did have a lot of info dump, but I found it to be engaging and relatively unusual in how it structured its puzzles in a way that created new challenges with the notebook. Most of the puzzles were pretty self-explanatory once you understood the mechanics, but they made you feel more engaged with the story. I would’ve enjoyed the game more with somewhat more modern graphics and more length - a complete story, but it was quite good as part of a cheap bundle.


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Time Played: 2-5 hours
Difficulty: Easy

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Rating by wiadp1 posted on Mar 20, 2014 | edit | delete


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Rating by CroGamer posted on Mar 8, 2014 | edit | delete


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