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Con unos decorados construidos enteramente de papel y cartón y filmado de forma suntuosa, Lume es un juego con un estilo distinto a los demás.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 9 mayo 2011
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"Undoubtedly one of the most unique-looking games around."
– Eurogamer

"The best of point and click gaming... amazing visual presentation."
– Jay is Games

"Wow! The effect is breathtaking."
– Rock, Paper, Shotgun

"Charming to the extreme."
– Games ™

"A rare treat."
– Bit-Gamer

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Lume: ¡Un brillante juego de rompecabezas y aventuras!

Con unos decorados construidos enteramente de papel y cartón y filmado de forma suntuosa, Lume es un juego con un estilo distinto a los demás.

La casa de tu abuelo se ha quedado sin electricidad y, lo que es más, él no se encuentra por ningún lado. Sumérgete en el fotorrealista mundo de Lume, resuelve complicados rompecabezas de papel para restaurar la electricidad y descubre el profundo misterio que hay tras el apagón.

Este juego es la primera parte de una mayor historia que continuará más adelante.

Requisitos del sistema (PC)

    • SO: Windows XP / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: 1.8 GHz
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 25 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Resolución mínima de 800 x 600

Requisitos del sistema (MAC)

    • SO: OS X versión Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3 o posterior
    • Procesador: 1 GHz
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 25 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Resolución mínima de 800 x 600

Requisitos del sistema (Linux)

    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
    • Processor: 2.5Ghz
    • Memory: 2GB
    • Graphics:
    • Hard Drive: 35MB
    • Important: Requires Librarys: apt-get install ia32-libs
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El juego parece una demo, puede superarse en poco más de una hora. El escenario en el que se desarrolla es ridiculamente pequeño, los puzzles (que casi que se cuentan con los dedos de una mano) son en su mayoría aburridos y con soluciones a veces algo rebuscadas... lo único bueno que tiene es el estilo artístico.
Publicado: 16 enero 2014
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Tremendamente aburrido. No tiene opción de guardar, así que hay que pasarlo todo de un tirón o volver a empezar cada vez. Además sólo está disponible en inglés. Los gráficos aún son aceptables, teniendo en cuenta que es en flash player, pero la resolución es terriblemente penosa: únicamente 800x600. La historia es simplemente la de un apagón y lo más seguro es que te lo pases en 1 o 2 horas si te aburres lo suficiente como para dedicarle ese tiempo. NO lo recomiendo para nada, no vale esos 5,99€.
Publicado: 14 junio 2014
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This is a charming game, however there are a few issues that are a bit breaking and after seeing that it costs 6.99€ just makes me say DO NOT BUY IT. If you do find it in a bundle however (like I did) sure, get it.

Now it's time for an explanation. The game is cute and your character actually walks around "real" objects, as in, the scenes were filmed with a real camera and then blended into the game.

It's a point and click puzzle game and it isn't an easy one either. Which, again, in itself is fine.

The puzzles are usually either a bit easy to solve or at least to figure out what to do, but there's 1 of them that is really quite horribly difficult to even make sense out of it.

SPOILER about that "tip" for that puzzle, it's a page of a book with the "ONE" in "GRAMAPHONE" underlined, and a #9 on the corner of the page... what this supposedly means is, there's 9 numbers you need (for a locker with 3 digits, therefore 3 sets) and it starts with ONE, then you have to read the text and find either the actuall number like "fig. 2" being the "2" the second number you need, and then "three"... then there's a year, 1887, the "1" is the last number of the second set of numbers and "887" the last one.
The problem with this is, the game gives you NO CLUE what this book is related to or even what to look for, your character only says "A book grandpa's been reading, he wrote something on it" and that's it, you really need a guide or an epiphany to figure it out.

Lastly, and this is what made me say NO about buying this for 6,99€ is that the game... only lasted me a few minutes, seriously, there are like 5 different screens (not counting small camera transitions) and only a dozen of puzzles or so, it's a cute short "story" but it's not even an apetizer, sure, in the end it says "end of lume part 1", but it's a part where you pay 6,99€ to get.


TL;DR

- One of the puzzles is nearly impossible to solve on your own, and crucial to finish the game;
- Even if you get stuck a lot, you can beat the game in only a few minutes, not even 1 hour.


Would I recommend playing this game? Sure, it is a bit fun at most and challenging, you will probably need a guide for 1 or 2 puzzles though and it's an interesting new concept.

Would I recommend buying this game? No, unless you're either filthy rich, or get it with a bundle, seriously.


In terms of the overall game and enjoyability I give it a... maybe 8/10 (without my puzzle issue).
In terms of the price/quality ratio I give it a 1/10 just because it's visually pleasing and new.

Thanks for reading this (if anyone ever does).
Publicado: 17 enero 2014
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It pains me to say it, but as charming as Lume is, it doesn’t offer much else to back it up.

Looking back, it probably didn’t help that I played it just after Machinarium, For one, apart from one particularly obscure solution, Lume’s puzzles are rather simple.

But I think what really ruins it is how short it is. I finished it in an hour, and that’s because I played around a bit. I can certainly tolerate short games, but Lume doesn’t really have much going for it to compensate being so short. Even weirder is that it’s supposed to be episode 1 of a series, which not only was never released, but makes you wonder why they chose to make it episodic in the first place.

Now, the game has pretty visuals, really pretty indeed, and if you want to see that yourself, wait for a sale. But really, if you’re just looking for an adventure game to play, pick another one, Lume is light on content and will probably disappoint you.
Publicado: 9 febrero 2014
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Short and sweet. The handmade 'graphics' are beautiful. The puzzles feel fresh. Only significant critique is that it is too short.
Publicado: 18 febrero 2014
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