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When a brilliant particle physicist dies unexpectedly, the race is on to secure his terrible new technology before it falls into the wrong hands. The lives of four playable characters become entangled as they fight against the clock to find the dead scientist’s secret vault.
Release Date: Jul 25, 2012
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About the Game

When a brilliant particle physicist dies unexpectedly, the race is on to secure his terrible new technology before it falls into the wrong hands. The lives of four playable characters become entangled as they fight against the clock to find the dead scientist’s secret vault.

The suspicions they harbor, the memories they guard, the connections they share - all will converge as these four ordinary people work together to prevent a potentially cataclysmic disaster.

Key Features:

  • Voiceover work featuring fan-favorite Logan Cunningham (Bastion)
  • Four simultaneously playable characters
  • A twisting, riveting storyline influenced by player decisions
  • Long and short term memory system - ask anybody about anything in the game!
  • Over ten hours of gameplay!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows ME, 2000, XP or Vista
    • Processor: Pentium or higher
    • Memory: 64 Mb RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 1G Free Space
    • Video Card: Supports all DirectX-compatible video cards
    • DirectX®: DirectX 5 or above
    • Sound: Supports all DirectX-compatible sound cards
Helpful customer reviews
22 of 23 people (96%) found this review helpful
102 products in account
18 reviews
11.7 hrs on record
Resonance is a nice old style adventure with interesting and original game mechanics - like short / long term memories that you can use as inventory objects - plus four playable characters that start each with their own goals and then team up to solve a scientific and crime mistery. Puzzles are fresh and rather challenging in some cases, while 8 bit style graphics are really cool! The story conclusion should have been less rushed out, and the sound department is a bit poor, nether the less I really liked this little gem. I recommend it to adventure fans who loved the '80s and '90 classics that want to breathe part of that atmosphere again!
Posted: November 8th, 2013
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
377 products in account
100 reviews
3.7 hrs on record
Really old school point and click adventure, decently written and scripted, quite challenging, multiple endings...

Very solid, but watch out, when I say this game is retro, I mean it. A lot of the smaller things, which are hard to describe, about the overall asthetic could be a turnoff. But, if you're already a fan of classic 80s and early 90s adventure games you'll probably have a great time.

And if you know what SCUMM is, you'll likely love it. : P

Posted: January 1st, 2014
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
81 products in account
5 reviews
7.3 hrs on record
Fantastic p&c adventure with an excellent contempory story with a sci-fi flavour
Posted: November 27th, 2013
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
664 products in account
188 reviews
5.1 hrs on record
Pretty good. I used a walkthrough quite a bit because I got impatient with a lot of scenarios. A very interesting story to play through, however.
Posted: November 24th, 2013
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
377 products in account
10 reviews
24.4 hrs on record
Resonance is a solid retro-style adventure game and a great story to experience. It's smart and has good puzzles and keeps fresh by moving between four intriguing characters and a number of explorable locations. However, about a third of the way in, at the moment when you are given the ability to switch between the four at will - when you can access their interchangeable inventories, use their short-term memories on virtually everything to recall things as conversation items, as well as calling on their respective long-term memories, and the ability to go to a slew of new locations, things get a bit overwhelming. This was where a friend and I called it quits. I eventually came back and followed a good community guide. This overwhelming bit actually doesn't last too long and then you return to a fairly linear but still quite open playstyle - totally manageable and more like other adventure games. It's got a great story that really picks up from that point on and the dynamic between the four works really well when the world is made more manageable. You might enjoy the complexity of the bit I found overwhelming but if not, and you too begin to play this great game and find yourself disheartened at the four-character exploration bit, just read that bit of a guide and then press on on your own again - it's worth it!
Posted: January 4th, 2014
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