From the creators of the award winning games “The Whispered World” and “Deponia” comes this extraordinary game Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes.
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Release Date: Oct 16, 2012

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Includes 4 items: Chaos on Deponia, Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes, Edna & Harvey: The Breakout, Randal's Monday

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Includes 5 items: Deponia, Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes, Memoria, The Night of the Rabbit, The Whispered World Special Edition

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Includes 11 items: Deponia, Chaos on Deponia, Goodbye Deponia, The Whispered World Special Edition, The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav, A New Beginning - Final Cut, Memoria, The Night of the Rabbit, Edna & Harvey: The Breakout, Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes, 1954 Alcatraz



“Harvey’s New Eyes” is one of those games offering more than just entertainment. Games like this embody the required courage and boldness to not only proclaim but also proof loudly: 'I am art!”
86/100 – Gamestar

“One look in the mesmerizing eyes of Daedalic's cuddly, brainwashing bunny and one can't help but to love him. ”
90/100 – 4players

“If you have any love for the genre, this game will leave you breathless. ”
90/100 – areagames

About This Game

Shy schoolgirl Lilli is having a tough time at the convent. Only her imagination helps her to escape from the strict rule of Mother Superior. But when her best friend Edna disappears under mysterious circumstances, Lilli has to rise above her own and face a tough journey to not only get her friend back but also confront her subconscious fears.

Lilli, a young girl at a convent school, is the main character of Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes. Apparently the best-behaved little girl in the world, she executes all her tasks diligently, no matter how unfair they may be. Her innocent, imperturbable way of carrying out the orders of others has something both tragic and eerie about it. Any resentment, any childlike disobedience is buried deep beneath a seemingly impenetrable shell of sweetness. But how long until this shell will fissure?

And where do the friendly little Censor-Gnomes come from that paint over anything upsetting in Lilli’s vicinity with a pleasant pink color? Are those potato-shaped fellows real or just a product of her subconscious?

All things considered, it seems merely a matter of time until Lilli is going to crack up.

Key Features:

  • Unique cartoon graphics, completely drawn by hand in 2D and implemented in Full-HD
  • Classic point-and-click adventure gameplay like in the good old days
  • Bizarre characters and wacky humor – a hilarious gaming experience
  • Extraordinary game with challenging puzzles, hours of dialogue and 53 locations
  • Nominated for “Game of the Year” at German Computer Games Awards 2012. Winner of “Youth Game of the Year” at German Computer Games Awards 2012 as well as winner of “Best Youth Game”, “Best Art Design” and “Best Story” at the German Game Developer Awards 2011
  • From the creators of the award winning games “The Whispered World” and “Deponia”

System Requirements

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    • OS:Windows Vista/7
    • Processor:2GHz (Single Core) or 1,8GHz (Dual Core)
    • Memory:1536 MB RAM
    • Graphics:ATI Radeon HD 3400 Series, Geforce 9400 Series with at least 256 MB VRAM
    • Hard Drive:1100 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card with latest drivers
    • OS:Windows Vista/7/8
    • Processor:2.6 GHz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:ATI Radeon HD 4500 Series, Geforce 9400 GT or higher
    • Hard Drive:1100 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card with latest drivers
    • OS:MacOS X Lion (10.7)
    • Processor:2 GHz (Dual Core) Intel
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive:1100 MB HD space
    • OS:Ubuntu 12.04 (64 Bit only)
    • Processor:2GHz (Single Core) or 1,8GHz (Dual Core)
    • Memory:1536 MB RAM
    • Graphics:Geforce 9400 Series, ATI Radeon HD 4500 Series with at least 256 MB VRAM and proprietary drivers, latest OpenGL driver
    • Hard Drive:1100 MB HD space
    • Sound:Sound Card with latest drivers
    • OS:Ubuntu 14.04 (64 Bit only)
    • Processor:2.6 GHz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:ATI Radeon HD 5600 Series, Geforce 9400 GT or better with proprietary drivers
    • Hard Drive:1100 MB HD space
    • Sound:Sound Card with latest drivers
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53 of 55 people (96%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
7.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 28, 2013
Ok after finishing the game, I'm ready to give it the thumbs up. There are some things that potential players of the game should be aware of before purchasing however, as they may dramatically effect enjoyment of the game:

1. The art style of the game, it really worked in some respects (Such as the Harveys/demons) but in other respects it was kind of lacking, such as the mouth animations of the characters.

2. Some of the puzzles in the game require a large amount of discrete math, so I hope you took a class in it in your undergraduate. Break out the truth tables! You can skip all of these puzzles though. I recommend trying your hand at them though if you have a familiarity with these sort of logic puzzles.

3. Acheivements straight up arn't working as of 11/28/13. If you're an acheivement ♥♥♥♥♥ like myself, this will disappoint you, and reduce your game completion % if you're keeping track of that.

4. Not so much a problem, but a warning. Art style notwithstanding, this ain't a kid's game. Were this game a movie, I'd rate it R. I wouldn't even recommend playing this in the same house as a kid.

That said, even with those caviats, the game is worth playing because:

1. The dark humor of the game is done well.

2. Solid endings

3. Most of the use thing on thing puzzles are fairly straightforward.

Anyway all told, I enjoyed it, you might too.
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27 of 34 people (79%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
21.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 26, 2015
Very twisted, funny and original. 10/10 would decimate catholic school population again.

I disagree with some reviews in one key point: this game is DEFINITELY NOT FOR CHILDREN. At first the violent scenes are somewhat "censored" (you'll see what I mean) but gore is still strongly suggested and even censored some scenes can be deeply disturbing, even if presented in a humorous way. Later on the violence gets more graphic. So IMHO, ---definitely--- not intended for kids.

Although the story and script are great and the game's biggest strength, I feel like the ending(s) were a little rushed. They should have extended them more, explain some stuff and make each of them longer and more unique. It was kind of disappointing, but I still recommend it since it's only the last 5 minutes of the game that I didn't love.

It actually lasted me around 8 - 10 hours of real game time.
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16 of 17 people (94%) found this review helpful
6.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2013
This game is lots of fun. It starts slow and turns out to be great fun. Early on you already know something is not quite right and as the game progresses you see how twisted it is. Great fun. My first contact with a Deadalic Game and a very good one.
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14 of 14 people (100%) found this review helpful
23.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 6, 2014
I'm not fan of point & click, but this game got me for real. Voice acting and hand-drawn graphics are top quality. Missions (chapters) are enjoyable and very long. You would be surprised what it takes to feed the cat in this game. And it's just an ordinary cat. Another thing that got me on the first is soundtrack. That opening song is amazing and in-game background music is enjoyable too. I won this game on a giveaway and I probably would never buy it (before). But now, I can say it's worth the money because it's so much fun. Definitely recommend.
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13 of 13 people (100%) found this review helpful
14.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 1, 2013
Wonderful but flawed.

The actual game itself, I can't fault. For a graphic adventure it has a good story, humour...creepiness... It uses the mechanics offered by the storyline well. Really it's so fun I don't want to say more for fear of adding in too many spoilers. I would love to recommend it without reserve.


It suffers from some technical issues, inventory items that float in mid air while the inventory is closed, screen juddering and of course a couple of times where the game actually lapses into German (I was playing in English), and weirdly I would have forgiven all of that except that somewhere along the line (apparently in a patch a couple of months back) they broke all the achievements.

It's still well worth the price they are asking - none of the in game glitches are game breaking or anything more than an occasional annoyance, but if you're expecting a completely smooth experience with a bunch of achievements to collect you will be disappointed.

Edit: I went back to this after it had been updated a couple of times and reportedly fixed the achievements and some of them worked... but not all. Checked in on the forums and found I'm far from the only person still having issues with the achievements. Oh well...
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23 of 31 people (74%) found this review helpful
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 14, 2014
(Full review follows below)

  • Game Name: Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes
  • Original Release: 2012
  • Genre Tags: Point & Click; Adventure; Dark; Charming
  • My Overall Grade: A-
  • Estimated Playtime (Campaign): 8-12 hours
  • Multiplayer Aspect: None
  • Recommended To: Established fans of the genre; Those intrigued by the genre; Casual gamers

Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes is a casual point-and-click adventure/puzzler by Deadalic Entertainment. It’s light in style, yet dark in humor. It is silly, funny, doesn't frustrate, and has some fun and challenging puzzles. It is the kind of game that true fans of the genre will adore, casual fans of the genre should enjoy, and indifferent fans of the genre may welcome.

I find myself saying the following about many of Deadalic’s adventure games: what really gives the game a quality above the par is the atmosphere of the game. The music, the art style, the characters, the dialogue, the humor, the game mechanics... it all blends together into a charming, unique, and very enjoyable experience.

The game plays with classic point-and-click mechanics. It is a strongly story-driven experience with a lot of dialogue. There are inventory based puzzles, dialogue based puzzles, and minigame style puzzles that must be solved to progress the game. Some of the puzzles are pretty challenging because the solutions don't really make sense logically— but they make sense within the confines of the twisted reality of the game. While a feature like that can be frustrating at times for adventure gamers, I think it fits in perfectly with this game.

As I alluded to, there's a real lot of dark humor in this game and it fits the atmosphere perfectly. It isn't a kid's adventure game. Even as someone who truly enjoys adventure games, I sometimes find myself bored with their trivial, childish storylines; with Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes though, I truly enjoyed the hilarious story from beginning to end.

Simply put: what makes this game great is the way it perfectly blends classic, nostalgia-inducing, childish adventure gameplay with adult themes and dry, dark humor. If you are an adult that enjoys adventure games, and are craving a good experience, then you should check this game out. And if you have been on the fence about trying an adventure game, this is a pretty good one to play to get a taste of what the genre can offer.

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14 of 16 people (88%) found this review helpful
16.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 31, 2014
An interesting and very well done point-and-click game. Apparently, it's a sequel to "Edna & Harvey: The Breakout." But, it's independent enough to be played stand-alone. Because of the age of the main character and some implications from the narrator right at the start, you might be tempted to consider this to be a child's game. It's not. It's an adult's game hiding slightly behind a childlike irony. I bought it on sale for about $4 and that's a no-brainer of a purchase. Absolutely worth that. I'd say it would still be well worth it at around $10. It's current list price of about $20 might be a bit high, though.

I do have some issue with the game, too. First, it's slow to play. But, that's endemic to these point-and-clicks since you've got to watch the character walk around, interact with the world, and converse. Mitigating that is the saving grace that a lot of that kind of thing can be ESCaped out of or clicked through. Second, some of the puzzles are not exactly obvious in what they want you to do. This is especially true with the mini-games embedded in it. Heck, the "solutions" from two of those mini-games were still obtuse enough to be of no use to me in the game proper. And, finally, a lot of the achievements are royal pains. They're not achievements that enhance gameplay. Instead, they're of the form of "do some pointless activity enough times for me to say "you win." But, all-in-all, it's a very good game.
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11 of 11 people (100%) found this review helpful
12.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 22, 2015
Beautiful game I would say. Just get it, it's worth the time and money.

Bought this game during the summer sale without knowing it's the sequel. Decided to buy The Breakout after playing.
Harvey's New Eyes is deep, dark and twisted. My kind of game :)

It's witty and with a wink and nod to the limitations of a point and click kind of adventure game genre, it gives gamers an an adult experience while providing necessary coverage to give a teen rating. Awesome plot really.
The game has a pretty good sense of dark humour and sarcasm, cool mix of puzzles, logic and dialogues. Conversations are funny and Lily is just so cute with just her "mmhmm" and her nods.

There were achievement problems though, but simply turn off the cloud sync in settings and it'd work. Cheers!~
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19 of 26 people (73%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
21.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 5, 2013
This is a cool game about a little innocent girl at a convent who struggles against the Mother Superior (a mad child-hating nun) and an evil Doctor who is out to brainwash you with this hypnosis doll in order to make you an obedient child! Follow Lilli on her adventure through both reality and in trance/limbo! Solve puzzles, meet the different people at the convent who mysteriously disappear one by one, defeat demons, and of course listen to the narrator who makes the whole thing 10 times more funny!
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14 of 17 people (82%) found this review helpful
5.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 11, 2014
Almost perfect adventure game. Funny dialogues and characters. Great story, in which wants to participate from the beginning to the end. 9 of 10.
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9.4 hrs
Posted: October 16
Very good for passing time and stuff like that, funny and entertaining game
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10.0 hrs
Posted: October 10
It's good to know there are somebody still doing good point&click adventures.
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4.8 hrs
Posted: October 2
My frustrations with this game began immediately when I started the game- with a long introduction sequence that had no option to skip (not for lack of trying- trying caused the game to jam multiple times). For some reason all voice acting suddenly ceased part way through the game with the exception of Lilli's vocalisations (which in my opinion were rather grating on the nerves, but that's that's purely subjective). Controls are not quite intuitive, although not impossible to learn. It felt as if not all puzzles in this game seemed to follow through logically which augmented the annoyance. While this might not hinder game play if it occurs only once or twice in the game, it occured quite often, and the experience felt more akin to random attempts at all combinations of possible actions. when compared with many other puzzle games, it was not enjoyable despite determined efforts to enjoy the game. The save option was also not very apparent. The story was interesting, but definitely average in its delivery in comparison with other games of the same genre (although this is a subjective opinion). Nevertheless, many thanks to the developers for this game for all their efforts. It is clear that many people did enjoy this game and I am sorry that I did not have as good an experience.
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11.1 hrs
Posted: October 2
Edna & Harvey is very true to the Daedalic nature game. I have really enjoyed the script and the design of the game. Though the quest part was too easy even to "Siberia is way to hard" me. Some locations locations were so easy that you couldn't get stuck there even if you didn't understand the logic behind your actions.
I have enjoyed the game a lot, but if you are looking for good riddles better choose something else.
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a gigglepuss!
7.8 hrs
Posted: October 1
There are probably better adventure games to be playing (hint: Edna and Harvey: The Breakout). If you played the first game and need to sate your thirst for more of Edna's adventures (like me) this game is barely passable.

Edna does play a role in this game, but only as a sidelined, watered down version of the wickedly clever and funny girl from the first game. Our main character in this game is Lilly, whose only vocalisations are monosyllabic grunts and moans. The game and item interaction narrations are done by a generic, movie-trailer type voice.

The humor in this game was a huge step down from The Breakout. Most quips follow the formula of "[Violent, disturbed, or psychotic action/thought here]... But GOOD little girls wouldn't think/do that, right?" Gone are the unique lines for combining random items, or trying to use items on the environment here. Instead, the same lines are repeated over and over.

Even the characters in Harvey's New Eyes are a huge disappointment. I will always remember the great interactions I had with the NPCs in The Breakout. The hilarious conversations, and all the personality that shone through (Edna's water impressions vs. Bladder, the iron bladdered security guard is a conversation that may never be topped). In Harvey's New Eyes, NPCs are reduced to item recepticles. You interact with characters only to give/take something from them, then they fade into the background.

Even the puzzles in Harvey's New Eyes were a downgrade from The Breakout. New Eyes feels a lot like the last portion of the Breakout, which in my opinion was the weakest part. Very linear progression through the levels and barriers that prevent you from backtracking. The logic puzzles were interesting, but simple and unrewarding.

I played this game out of a sense of duty, to follow the tale of Edna and Harvey as far as it would take me. But I probably would have had fun playing through The Breakout a second time. This is a very average adventure game that looks even worse next to its predecessor.
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TriTTon D. Lhea
10.5 hrs
Posted: September 26
After 10Hrs and 100% trophys in the game i gotta say. Its an Daedalic game so what are u expecting.
Amazing game. good Humor. good laughs. So far there wasnt a Single game from Daedalic what i didnt like personaly.
If you like Point and Click adventures with an good humor grab it u wont regret it.

I give the game a well deserved 9/10. This game has Multiple Endings but idk 2 Ending are kinda weird and 1 was an rather interesting one.

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Mr. Gem
9.6 hrs
Posted: September 22
To the story writer: how did you came up with this? It's "bloody" amazing.
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9.3 hrs
Posted: September 22
Edna and Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes is an investigation in the consequences of protecting children from violence through the censorship of violence. Graphic scenes in the game are literally covered up by paint, and the primary protagonist is unable to see them. She is hypnotically prevented from accomplishing goals through strict rules ("I must not play with fire").

Through this, Daedelic offers a critique of overprotective modes of parenting by having you actually play as this child. It does this successfully, through the use of satire and extremely clever game mechanics.

There's a lot more. An assessment over how some of the rules and regulations in place for children and people who require mental help aren't there to actually help those individuals but to insulate society from them. Edna and the playable character are "deliquents", and as such cannot be allowed any agency.

There's also some really clever juxtaposition of what the "player sees" and what the "character sees". You're never quite sure what's through the eyes of the protagonist, and what's reality in the gameplay space due to the cartoonish art style.

I just really enjoyed this game. I think it's smart, funny and fun. However, as with any Daedelic game, it's best to try out the first half hour and see if the satire is your speed. If you're not a fan of this sort of satire, you likely won't find the game fun. Also, if you don't want to see even cartoonish depictions or implications of violence towards children, then you're better off skipping this game. I will note that there is nothing graphic or gratuitous,because the results of the violence are "painted over".

If this is your speed, enjoy. This game was a pleasure for me to play.
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14.9 hrs
Posted: September 20
Product received for free
This is a 2D Point & Click adventure game developed by Daedelic who also did the well-known Deponia series.

You play as Lilli, a sweet young convent school girl with a best friend called Edna and a stuffed toy rabbit called Harvey. The game follows Lilli's adventures on her many quests to help (and rescue) Edna. Alas, despite her best intentions, she leaves a swathe of violent death and destruction in her wake which is doused in neon pink paint by potato-shaped gnomes and described in a running commentary by a relaxed, cheerful narrator. Many a chuckle is had at Lilli's unfortunate incidents.

Overall Gameplay

Daedelic titles are undoubtedly the Gold Standard of Point & Clickers and this is no exception. It's like experiencing a full-length interactive Hollywood blockbuster in cartoon form. Everything about it oozes professional quality from every pore.

Graphics: the cartoons are beautifully drawn, as good if not better than the ones on TV although they don't have full movement, not even in the cutscenes. This didn't bother me at all and doesn't take anything away from the immersion. The only minor complaint I have is that the screen resolution only goes to 1920x1080 so I had black bars on my 1920x1200 screen.

Music: an accordion plays a fantastic, melancholy theme tune in the background often but not constantly. Individual scenes have their own tunes and sounds to fit the mood and storyline. All sounds are highly polished and a treat to the ears. I never once considered switching to my own music.

Voice acting: there are so many characters in the game - I counted 20 voice actors in the credits!! - and every one of them has something interesting to say. It's possible to skip all dialogs with a mouse click but I never once felt tempted to do that, unless I'd already heard it before. I can't say that about any other game I've ever played. Lilli herself never utters a word (except in one of the endings!) she just makes little squeaks and sighs in response to the characters she's talking to, which all adds to her naive, innocent appearance.

Storyline: the dark humour and exciting chain of events really captivated me and the character development rivals most of the real movies I've seen lately. Citing a Rolf Harris concert as a safe place for young girls to go is an example of the near-the-knuckle humour that has resulted in some of the negative reviews, so you need to be aware of what you're getting into before buying. This is definitely not a game for kids despite its friendly-looking cartoon graphics.

Mini Games

There are puzzles throughout the game. Puzzlers are my favourite genre. I've played many and consider myself quite good at them. The puzzles in this game are HARD logic and riddle tasks. Thankfully you're not forced to play any of them, they all have Skip options and I'm not ashamed to admit that I skipped half of them. I'll probably go back later and do them for the achievements though.

The Menace Of The Guide

Most of the time I generally had a good idea what to do next by following the characters' dialogs, but there were so many areas and items to click that I inevitably found myself at a dead end sometimes, unable to find a new thing to click to progress the story. Some of the required actions are just bizarre, for example who would think to use a credit card on a tin opener? It's also easy to find yourself trying to complete a particular task blissfully unaware that it's impossible if you've failed to properly complete a previous one. At the time I often thought I'd run into a glitch but it always turned out to be my own stupidity.

At these junctures, with the narrator's sarcastic comments about my ineptitude ringing in my ears, I had to consult a guide to get through the blockage. The trouble is, once I'd sampled the guide I found it quite "more-ish". Here's a demonstration of my relationship with the guide for this game:

While in the grip of The Guide I found myself blindly following the instructions without paying enough attention to the blossoming storyline and cutscenes, depriving myself of the very reason I was playing.

If you buy this game I urge you not to fall into the same trap that I did.


Several months earlier I tried the demo version. It was full of glitches and I soon ended up permanently trapped inside the cellar stove, unable to play any further. I was worried that the full version might be the same since it starts with exactly the same content as the demo, but I'm happy to report that it runs smoothly and I found not a single glitch throughout the entire game - including the stove glitch which I double-checked! I played it mostly on Linux but copied my save file over to play on Windows a couple of times.


You might be thinking twice about spending so much on a Point & Click game but rest assured it's well worth it, even at full price, as long as you enjoy dark humour. It took me only 14 hours due to my horrific Guide addiction but would have taken longer under normal circumstances. There's also replay value to chase achievements.

Don't make the mistake of comparing the price of this against other P&C games, this is the Rolls Royce of Clickers.


8 trading cards. 29 achievements, most of which need to be specifically chased and don't drop during normal gameplay. It uses the Steam cloud but strangely doesn't sync between different platforms so you have to manually copy save files over in those cases. Makes the cloud support a bit pointless if you ask me, but never mind.


Fabulous. Loved every minute.

Shibuya is cool!

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10.3 hrs
Posted: September 18
It's a really good game. The dark humor made me laugh a lot.
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