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  Good story, Thu 6th Sep 2012
By rotter - See all my reviews

Somehow I missed this game when it was released and only came across it when I spotted a reference to it on the forum. So I thought I would give it a try.

So what did I think? Well, the game is very linear in nature and is one of those story driven games rather than a puzzlefest. It does contain a few puzzles to be solved and most of these are very straightforward. The majority of the locations you find yourself in are really just fillers or used for background story. You can explore all the rooms and objects in them, everything I tried seemed to have been implemented. The plot carries you forward.

As with most revgiblet games I liked the writing and consider it set the tone well for the story. I'll not say anything about the actual story, I'll let you discover that for yourselves.

I liked the story and enjoyed the writing, it was just a little too linear for me. I was left wanting more but liked the game.

It is well worth a play and we really need to see more of Mr Webb's work.

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