Hamlet or the Last Game without MMORPG Features, Shaders ...
The original adventure game based on twisted William Shakespeare's Hamlet.
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Data de lançamento: 22/out/2012

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“This is a creative little point-and-click adventure. It's short, but I thoroughly enjoyed it as long as it lasted.”
7.5/10 – IGN

“Vying for the longest and most irreverent game title of all-time, this quirky point-and-click puzzle-adventure comes to us from Russia. It blends the spirit of Zak & Wiki with a wonderfully implausible re-imagining of the classic Shakespeare play for added nonsense.”
7/10 – Eurogamer

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Hamlet or the Last Game without MMORPG Features, Shaders and Product Placement is the original point-and-click adventure game based on twisted William Shakespeare's Hamlet. Solve logic puzzles and fight with monsters to uncover secrets, punish all the villains and rescue the princess.

Key Features

  • In the best traditions of classic adventure games
  • The first indie game in the world based on Shakespeare's Hamlet
  • 25 levels
  • Boss battles
  • Logic puzzles
  • No inventory

Requisitos de sistema

    • OS:Windows XP, Vista or 7
    • Processor:1 GHz processor
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:128 MB graphics card
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:100 MB HD space
    • Additional: Monitor with
      1024x768 or higher resolution support
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Elliot Rodger
( 1.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de junho
I love shakespeare and it was in sale so why don't give it a try.

Buy the game, download the 87MB, play it for 30 minutes, unistal the game

Pros:
-Shakespeare
-Laertes' Helmet
-Music

Contros:
-♥♥♥♥s Up Shakespeare's most famous play.
-Has impossible and ambiguous puzzles
-Too Short
-Boring as peeling potato
-Don't worth the money
Shawnecy
( 0.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 26 de junho
This suffers often from the typical problems of adventure games: outlandish logic that requires a whole lot of trial and error to figure out the exact order of hoops the developer wants you to jump through. Some puzzles are a bit clever, and perhaps if you're a real big adventure game fan you'll enjoy this. I didn't enjoy this and I suspect most people wouldn't either. Do not recommend.
JonesR
( 2.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 4 de junho
Hamlet is a point & click puzzle adventure. And...hmmm...yeah that's about it.
Vigerzz
( 3.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 13 de maio
Possibly the best name ever <3 420/10
Ni†oXo†iИ
( 7.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de março
Game is shorter as the title itself ;D
It can be finished in 90 minutes.

It's a hard and challenging click adventure
but if you don't know what to do,
hints can be unlocked after some minutes.

Art style and music are very suitable.

The story is an own interpratation of Shakespeare's Hamlet..
So don't expect learn something about Shakespeare.


Similar game is Tiny Thief ;)
It's lovelier and longer.
jcknite
( 5.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 9 de março
Hamlet or [insert words here] certainly lives up to its satire laden title. The game lampoons not only its Shakespearean source material, but also the expected conventions of adventure gaming. Reading scraps of paper will only provide false leads. Multiple interactable objects... sometimes whole areas of the screen... are useless in these lateral thinking-esque exercises. There are some "normal" puzzles, sure, appearing just frequently enough to lull you into believing that the zaniness has stopped, right before you run smack into the next inane situation. But, unfortunately, none of that is actually enjoyable.

For most, the appeal of puzzle games is in solving puzzles. Here, however, there is no sense of accomplishment when the screen temporarily goes black, signifying the move to the next level. Oh, you might recognize the cleverness of the developer in constructing such an abstract solution, but you didn't actually solve anything. You just clicked on the part of the screen that was clickable... for one "level", you clicked on the exact same spot a few dozen times, just waiting for something wacky to happen.

Hamlet or [etc] would make for an entertaining animated short. The character designs are cute, the movement is fluid, the sound effects surprisingly catchy. Most importantly, the surreal sense of humor would work perfectly in that medium, fitting into the mold of Chuck Jones cartoons. Take the existing assets, drop the forced clicking, and you've got something here. As a game, however, it's not worth playing at any price.
Nao 尚
( 3.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 26 de fevereiro
A game in the same line as Machinarium, but with much less likeable characters, and a clear lack of polish.
The irony is that it's based on a story by some famous author I never heard of before (William what?), but this Hamlet barely has anything to tell. It's just a parody that will make Hamlet readers uneasy, and completely confuse those who didn't read it.

Not a bad game overall, but also not one that I could recommend, sorry.
Horror Fox :3
( 4.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 7 de fevereiro
Hey everyone and this is my review about the game!

The game is a Point and click Puzzle game.

Interface/Menu/Settings

There is no options in-game (Only at the game-load up)


About the game.

The game reminds me from games that are from 1998.
Music isn't interesting and gets annoying quickly.
Game is really boring.
Game has puzzles.
Game has a hint system.
Game is trying to add "funny" sound inside - which totally isn't at all. (Or trying to be funny with animations)
It only has 5 chapters - and each chapter had 3 levels.

Other things.

Title name, Way too long. <.<
I don't recommend this game at all.


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I Give this game a 2/10
FloomRide
( 3.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 6 de fevereiro
Hamlet or the Last Game without MMORPG Features, Shaders, and any kind of fun is a blemish on the adventure genre of gaming.

While it pokes fun at the modern adventure games genre with some similar traits in all adventure games, it's almost equivalent in thought to "Racing games are all about going fast nowadays hurrr". In fact, the game can barely stand on it's own two deformed and aged legs while it talks ♥♥♥♥ about the adventure genre in a tone coming from what I can only imagine is a self-important soldier main hipster "good old days" game developer who listens to chiptune and thinks pixelated graphics far surpass any all others. You all know the kind.

The gameplay is abominable. It's a point-and-click adventure puzzle game, already a genre associated with anger.
At times there is literally, I mean literally no indication whatsoever of what you need to click on. When what you can click on is apparent, the puzzles often have solutions that are so abstract they could only be found out of dumb luck and rapid clicking. There exists a hint you can activate once you've waited long enough (about the amount of time it took Shakespear to write Hamlet in real life), but the hints are also obtuse and incomprehensive.

The only enjoyable puzzle was the first one.

And don't think you can cheat your way through using a guide just to see the story, because the game is very short once you remove all the time spent punching your monitor in frustration. The """""story""""" seems like somthing a child could've written.

The graphics are bare bones, and I mean less pleasing to the eye than pixel art in most cases.
The cursor animation makes me want to puke.

Conclusion
In an attempt to mock the modern adventure games genre, Hamlet or the Last Game without MMORPG Features, Shaders, or Product Placement (a title which already deserves to be ignored), fails to meet any basic criteria for being a video game and is void of any enjoyment. I am personally offended that such a title is being sold on steam. You don't even get to play as Hamlet, or be immersed into the mind of Shakespear. None of that. I made the mistake of buying this game, but I'll make damn sure you won't.

0/10
If you came to the store page you've already lost.
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Hamlet is a point & click puzzle adventure. And...hmmm...yeah that's about it.
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Point and click simples, curto e com puzzles bem complicados. São 5 atos possuindo um total de 21 puzzles interessantes que são introduzidos por imagens, basicamente, estáticas e com um mínimo de informação.
Com exceção da criatividade dos puzzles e a arte do jogo ele não possui nada relevante.

Tempo para concluir o jogo (Game Length): 1 h 30 min

Arte: 3
Desafio: 4
Diversão: 3
Gameplay: 3
História: 2.5
Jogabilidade: 4
Trilha Sonora: 2.5
Geral: 3/5

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Se você conhece Hamlet de shakespeare...
Esquece, que não é igual =P
É um joguinho muito simpático em que a história do Hamlet não é a tragédia shakespeareiana, mas uma historinha leve de solução puzzles para salvar a princesa.
É bem curtinho, daqueles joguinhos causais para jogar entre jogos mais longos e pesados!
Recomendo!
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Um jogo beeeem simples!
Completei em uma hora e comprei por R$1,69.

A arte do jogo não atrai nem gera interesse.
Os puzzles são simples e não tem muita lógica (por exemplo, um puzzle que é preciso decifrar a expressão do sol), e existem algumas ações que pedem um tempo de reação muito grande, o que vai contra também.

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You don't play as Hamlet *sad* u-u
You are a little unknow hero and need rescue the princess. Little puzzles, small game and funny story :)
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Muito divertido!Porém muito curto!
Dá pra zerar em pouco mais de 1 hora,por ter os puzzles faceis de se resolver!
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Hamlet (or “the Last Game without MMORPG Features, Shaders and Product Placement”, which is likely one of the worst video game titles ever conceived), is a point in click adventure game loosely inspired by Shakespeare's classic play of the same name. Its goal is clearly to lend a more comedic angle to the tragedy, but the result is something that comes off as both underbaked, and exceedingly dumb.

Aside from a few characters sharing names from the original Hamlet, and a few key parallel plot points, Hamlet the game is basically an entirely different, less involved story that on the whole is rather irrelevant and constrained to a few brief between act cutscenes.

The rest of the game is a pure single screen adventure game, by which I mean every puzzle is contained within the one screen of the game it takes place on with no collecting of objects or backtracking of any sort. This isn’t an awful way to construct your puzzles as it makes it impossible to get lost or overwhelmed by having everything right in front of you at all times, but it also creates a very constricting spectrum of the sorts of puzzles you can create. Or at least that’s the case with Hamlet, whose puzzles range from tedious obscurity, frustrating clicking exercises, or downright stupidity. They aren’t challenging in any clever way, and mearily stand as obstacles between you and the next screen.

And this is Hamlet’s ultimate issue: nothing in the game is smart, well designed, or the tiniest bit fun. It took me an hour and a half to complete and not once did I feel anything less than complacent boredom as I mundanely made my way through the game hoping it would soon be over, which thankfully was a wish soon answered.

You can read more of my writing on Kritiqal.
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Well, Steam says I have 3.3 hours on record for this game, but that's mainly because I went afk for 2 hours with the game still running.

The game is really short. It literally has 25 puzzles. Yes, you can actually count them. Is it good though? I found the artwork quite nice, but that really depends on what taste you have. The humour was okay, the premise was funny. Sound, however, is almost non-existent, and the few "boink" sounds get a bit annoying after a while.

I wouldn't recommend it for full price, but if you get it in a bundle or on sale, it's kind of fun.
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