Life has ceased. Man is but a myth. And now, even the machines have begun to fail. Lead Horatio Nullbuilt and his sarcastic sidekick Crispin on a journey through the crumbling world of Primordia, facing malfunctioning robots, ancient secrets, and an implacable, power-hungry foe.
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Release Date: Dec 5, 2012

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"Terrific and incredibly polished. Something you can't afford to miss."
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"The first graphic adventure game of recent memory to be truly worthy of being compared to the triumphs of the glory days."
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"A gorgeous, clever, and melancholy science-fiction parable."
Adventure Gamers

"A witty, fun, challenging adventure with a marvellous host of likeable characters."
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About This Game

What Happened to the Humans?

Set in a post-apocalyptic world strewn with cast-off machines, Primordia tells the story of Horatio Nullbuilt, a stoic robot who values his solitude and independence. Horatio spends his days studying the Book of Man, sparring with his droid companion Crispin, and tinkering with the airship they call home — a peaceful existence that becomes threatened when a rogue robot steals the energy source that the pair needs to survive.


When Horatio and Crispin’s search for energy brings them to the dazzling city of Metropol, the simple quest to recover their stolen power core leads to unexpected discoveries about Horatio’s origins and a new understanding of the legendary humans who walked the earth before him.

Key Features


  • An epic storyline about the extinction of the human race
  • Voiceover work starring fan favorite Logan Cunningham
  • Gorgeous post-apocalyptic setting
  • Optional puzzles - learn more about the world the more you play

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP2 or above
    • Processor: Pentium or higher processor
    • Memory: 64 MB
    • Hard disk space: 1.5 Gb
    • Video Card: DirectX 5 or above compatibility
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turdshine
( 27.8 hrs on record )
Posted: May 4
Great game, funny.
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UniverseBear
( 9.9 hrs on record )
Posted: April 27
Great game. Nice visuals, great music and an overall immersive feel. The characters are all well thought out and the storyline is engaging. The only problem? Way too short. I didn't use any walkthroughs and I got through it all in around 10 hours. The ending caught me by surprise simply because I didn't think I was even half way through which was a little disappointing. Overall still a very engaging experience, I just wanted MORE!
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Thradar
( 3.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 24
Harken's back to the point and click adventure days of LucasArts and Sierra that were popular through the 1990s. If you love the retro look and gameplay, you'll certainly love Primordia....a mix of dystopian, steampunk, cyberpunk, and robots.
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zeroghost
( 24.0 hrs on record )
Posted: April 24
A modern classic, solid entry in the point and click adventure genre. Memorable characters, great melancholic score, thoughtful and witty story, wonderful atmospheric rusty sci-fi feel.
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Baodrin
( 6.0 hrs on record )
Posted: April 15
Had some problems with getting the mouse to function (at all) on my windows 10 rig but the Dev's are really nice and encouraging and was able to find a solution. For anyone interested in order to get the game to run I simply had to alter the properties on Primordia.exe - under the compatibility tab tick the boxes 'reduced colour mode' (16bit), 'run in 640x480' and 'run as administrator'. After doing that the game runs fine.

So the game itself

An old school style point and click adventure with some very interesting charcters, settings and concepts. The dialogue is quite well written even if the jokes do on occasion flat a bit flat and the puzzles are amusing. Very much enjoyed my time exploring this little world

Its only downfall in my opinion is that it seemed rather short - given the setting and the plot setup I was expecting more content but what is here is still very good.

8/10 - best of the genre I have played in a long time
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Mildmanners
( 7.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 14
Another gem in the sea of retro styled games, the soundtrack is great, the characters are great. And among other things it has around 4 endings!
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Integer Man
( 25.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 13
Fantastic game with a surprisingly gripping world. A great modern-day point & click adventure with a different setting and interesting characters.
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Mountainlifter
( 10.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 11
Primordia is a superb game. In the far future, Man is no more and is worshiped as an ancient god that was the perfect machine that built the first robots (in the era called primodium). These manbuilt robots built more robots and they are now the only sentience that populates the post-apocalyptic world. The robots believe that Man will return once more to start a second primordium. Meanwhile, they go about "maintaining" the world and preach the gospel of man. Horatio Nullbuilt and his levitating companion Crispin Horatiobuilt are two such robots that live out in the dunes, far away from the robot city of Metropol. When a giant robot with lasers "takes" their power core, they are forced on an adventure that takes them to Metropol and uncovers everything from Horatio's past to the fate of the last humans.

The music sets the tone perfectly for this world. What struck me most was the intricacy with which this world was constructed: every little trinket of knowledge about this universe fits so seamlessly with every other tidbit. So, the writers did a fantastic job and obviously put a lot of thought into their work. The visuals, music and puzzles served to elevate that writing. If you love atmosphere and storytelling or if you loved the blackwell series or if you just enjoy wadjeteye games, this is a title that must be experienced.
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Peter Pooter Pooper Scooper
( 25.5 hrs on record )
Posted: April 11
I won't go into too much detail because I played this game years ago, but I recently saw it in my library and thought it deserved a review. There are few negative things to say so I'll start there.

CONS
Starting with the only downsides I can think of, it was bothersome finding the right settings so the game would scale perfectly and look sharp on an HD display, but it worked fine once that was taken care of.
Gameplay is somewhat akin to classic point and click with character displacement handled like any old 2D RPG, but it sometimes isn't clear which items are to be interacted with, or even whether it is possible. This was sometimes annoying but can be considered inherent to the game genre.
It's too short. Don't get me wrong, the length of the game is appropriate but the mood and story are so enticing by the end you'll definitely be left wanting more.

PROS
The art. I'll come out with a bit of an unpopular opinion by saying gameplay is not a good reason to buy this game. Its geatest asset is without a question the art. Not only is the style 100% distinctive from anything I've seen before, the devs actually pulled it off perfectly. While it resembles moody postapocalyptic or cyberpunk art commonly seen in high-res online, the low pixel count makes it particularly impressive. Combining intricate convoluted shapes with pixel-art is just something I didn't think was possible until playing Primordia. The dark and brown color tones used and occasional neon accents really set the atmosphere as a surrealist cyberpunk universe. I can't stress enough there is nothing else like this.
On top of the visual aspects, the soundtrack is just great. Maybe I wouldn't listen to the ambient sounds on their own but they really do a great job of accenting both the story and environment.
Last comes the story. Oh boy. Not only was I surprised at every turn by a creative plot, but the character development is the cherry on the cake. Whoever wrote the story really knows how to blend humor, mystery, and tragedy in a story that never left me bored (except when I got stuck desperately looking for some object to interact with).

I won't oversimplify by rating this game with a number, but I'll say this:
Since I was about eight years old not a single day has gone by without me reading a novel. I have watched thousands of movies, played literally hudreds of games, and amidst all the classics, the worldwide hits, the big budget productions, all the various forms of entertainment, this comes out easily as one of the favorite stories of my lifetime. If you can sit through a few tedious puzzles and don't mind spending half an hour looking for items in a pile of trash, then I recommend this game wholeheartedly. Hell, even if you hate the gameplay it's affordable enough that you can buy it just to appreciate the art and ambience.
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cwagular
( 14.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 10
Haunting, biblical, gripping, and tragic. Reminds me of the point and click games I played as a kid, and also reminds me of old school Fallout. 10/10 Beautiful.
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emily_008
( 9.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 3
This may just be the best freaking adventure game I have ever played in my life!
The game manages perfectly to keep you interested, but not overwhelming you.
And if you're stuck, you can always get help that REALLY HELPS from your Pal Crispin.
I HATE it when I need a strategy guide, only to get passed some roadblock of a puzzle,
like in most other adventures.
Not so here.
Multiple ways to solve puzzles.
Multiple outcomes to situations.
Multiple ENDINGS ! - I love it.

And the attention to detail is really striking, - not ONCE did I encounter a single line of dialogue that didn't fit, although that's something developers quite ALWAYS glitch up in a minor way when
allowing their game to follow multiple paths.

On top of that, FOR ONCE an adventure game orients itself in reality, in the sense that you can use the same item in different but similar situations - most other games just find one excuse after the other, why "Crowbar XY" can IN NO WAY open Door #2, when just minutes ago it was perfectly capable of opening Door #1.
In Primordia things tend to be a little more logical, and I enjoyed every minute of it.

I played it straight through today, then immediately run through it a second time, just to collect the achievements and see all the things I could have missed.
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Catsarepointy
( 6.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 3
Beautiful retro bliss <3
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Babumkin
( 12.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 2
One of the best adventure games of the past few years, heavily influenced by Fallout and Planetscape: Torment.
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Lukaskran
( 8.0 hrs on record )
Posted: March 30
Great, great point & click. Excellent dialogues, music, atmosphere in general. More possibilities & intrigues than pixels. But hey, isn't that what really matters when you want to remember a game?
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Veedwood
( 17.2 hrs on record )
Posted: March 30
The closest I've seen a video game come to art in the conventional sense of the word.
Buy it if you're into intellectually immersive experiences with an emphasis on story, art and atmosphere.
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charlie.griff
( 7.4 hrs on record )
Posted: March 29
An exceptionally well crafted adventure game with difficult puzzles and a beautifully written story. I had thought that the intrigue and mystery of playing games like Beneath a Steel Sky and Monkey Island was lost to the dumbed down 'puzzle' games of the console era - Primordia proves that this isn't so, and I am so very grateful.
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Kilo
( 6.4 hrs on record )
Posted: March 17
Jeu d'aventure avec une excellente ambiance mais des puzzles un peu trop tordus par moment.
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daniel.jozsef
( 6.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 13
This game is beauty incarnate. It uses the point-and-click adventure format masterfully, and delivers an incredible experience. Unlike some other games (Blackwell Epiphany, cough-cough xD), you always feel like you have agency, and the number of alternate endings only add to this feel. The puzzles are fair, and the world vast and interesting.

As someone who grew up on Lem's Cyberiad, for me, robots inhabiting a post-mankind world was a must buy... but what really managed to awe me was how incredibly well they were executed. No throw-away characters and no bad cliches in this game.

If you like Asimov or Lem, robots, and adventure games, get this. It's one of the top titles of the genre at the moment, surpassing even many of the big old titles by LucasArts in the golden days.
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zauerli
( 13.2 hrs on record )
Posted: March 12
★★★★☆

Everything is spot on here: Story, voice acting, score and graphics.
The best thing for me: the puzzles are logical so far.
I always expect this of "point&clicks" and often get very disappointed early on.

Make sure to run "winsetup.exe" in your local game content folder
to setup the graphics and other options before you run the game.

“Who says androids got no hearts?”
― Judd Trichter, Love in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction


★★★★☆
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ばか Baka!
( 9.9 hrs on record )
Posted: March 12
I'm not a big fan of point of click adventures. What initially drew me to purchase this game was the art. Trust me when I say that Primordia goes far beyond just being a pretty looking game. The story is outstanding. There are a ton of endings and lots of challenging puzzles and decisions along the way. Definitely recommend picking this one up.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 15
Had some problems with getting the mouse to function (at all) on my windows 10 rig but the Dev's are really nice and encouraging and was able to find a solution. For anyone interested in order to get the game to run I simply had to alter the properties on Primordia.exe - under the compatibility tab tick the boxes 'reduced colour mode' (16bit), 'run in 640x480' and 'run as administrator'. After doing that the game runs fine.

So the game itself

An old school style point and click adventure with some very interesting charcters, settings and concepts. The dialogue is quite well written even if the jokes do on occasion flat a bit flat and the puzzles are amusing. Very much enjoyed my time exploring this little world

Its only downfall in my opinion is that it seemed rather short - given the setting and the plot setup I was expecting more content but what is here is still very good.

8/10 - best of the genre I have played in a long time
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
9.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 27
Great game. Nice visuals, great music and an overall immersive feel. The characters are all well thought out and the storyline is engaging. The only problem? Way too short. I didn't use any walkthroughs and I got through it all in around 10 hours. The ending caught me by surprise simply because I didn't think I was even half way through which was a little disappointing. Overall still a very engaging experience, I just wanted MORE!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
10.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 11
Primordia is a superb game. In the far future, Man is no more and is worshiped as an ancient god that was the perfect machine that built the first robots (in the era called primodium). These manbuilt robots built more robots and they are now the only sentience that populates the post-apocalyptic world. The robots believe that Man will return once more to start a second primordium. Meanwhile, they go about "maintaining" the world and preach the gospel of man. Horatio Nullbuilt and his levitating companion Crispin Horatiobuilt are two such robots that live out in the dunes, far away from the robot city of Metropol. When a giant robot with lasers "takes" their power core, they are forced on an adventure that takes them to Metropol and uncovers everything from Horatio's past to the fate of the last humans.

The music sets the tone perfectly for this world. What struck me most was the intricacy with which this world was constructed: every little trinket of knowledge about this universe fits so seamlessly with every other tidbit. So, the writers did a fantastic job and obviously put a lot of thought into their work. The visuals, music and puzzles served to elevate that writing. If you love atmosphere and storytelling or if you loved the blackwell series or if you just enjoy wadjeteye games, this is a title that must be experienced.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
25.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 11
I won't go into too much detail because I played this game years ago, but I recently saw it in my library and thought it deserved a review. There are few negative things to say so I'll start there.

CONS
Starting with the only downsides I can think of, it was bothersome finding the right settings so the game would scale perfectly and look sharp on an HD display, but it worked fine once that was taken care of.
Gameplay is somewhat akin to classic point and click with character displacement handled like any old 2D RPG, but it sometimes isn't clear which items are to be interacted with, or even whether it is possible. This was sometimes annoying but can be considered inherent to the game genre.
It's too short. Don't get me wrong, the length of the game is appropriate but the mood and story are so enticing by the end you'll definitely be left wanting more.

PROS
The art. I'll come out with a bit of an unpopular opinion by saying gameplay is not a good reason to buy this game. Its geatest asset is without a question the art. Not only is the style 100% distinctive from anything I've seen before, the devs actually pulled it off perfectly. While it resembles moody postapocalyptic or cyberpunk art commonly seen in high-res online, the low pixel count makes it particularly impressive. Combining intricate convoluted shapes with pixel-art is just something I didn't think was possible until playing Primordia. The dark and brown color tones used and occasional neon accents really set the atmosphere as a surrealist cyberpunk universe. I can't stress enough there is nothing else like this.
On top of the visual aspects, the soundtrack is just great. Maybe I wouldn't listen to the ambient sounds on their own but they really do a great job of accenting both the story and environment.
Last comes the story. Oh boy. Not only was I surprised at every turn by a creative plot, but the character development is the cherry on the cake. Whoever wrote the story really knows how to blend humor, mystery, and tragedy in a story that never left me bored (except when I got stuck desperately looking for some object to interact with).

I won't oversimplify by rating this game with a number, but I'll say this:
Since I was about eight years old not a single day has gone by without me reading a novel. I have watched thousands of movies, played literally hudreds of games, and amidst all the classics, the worldwide hits, the big budget productions, all the various forms of entertainment, this comes out easily as one of the favorite stories of my lifetime. If you can sit through a few tedious puzzles and don't mind spending half an hour looking for items in a pile of trash, then I recommend this game wholeheartedly. Hell, even if you hate the gameplay it's affordable enough that you can buy it just to appreciate the art and ambience.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 14
Another gem in the sea of retro styled games, the soundtrack is great, the characters are great. And among other things it has around 4 endings!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
25.3 hrs on record
Posted: April 13
Fantastic game with a surprisingly gripping world. A great modern-day point & click adventure with a different setting and interesting characters.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 10
Haunting, biblical, gripping, and tragic. Reminds me of the point and click games I played as a kid, and also reminds me of old school Fallout. 10/10 Beautiful.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
24.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 24
A modern classic, solid entry in the point and click adventure genre. Memorable characters, great melancholic score, thoughtful and witty story, wonderful atmospheric rusty sci-fi feel.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 24
Harken's back to the point and click adventure days of LucasArts and Sierra that were popular through the 1990s. If you love the retro look and gameplay, you'll certainly love Primordia....a mix of dystopian, steampunk, cyberpunk, and robots.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
13.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 12
★★★★☆

Everything is spot on here: Story, voice acting, score and graphics.
The best thing for me: the puzzles are logical so far.
I always expect this of "point&clicks" and often get very disappointed early on.

Make sure to run "winsetup.exe" in your local game content folder
to setup the graphics and other options before you run the game.

“Who says androids got no hearts?”
― Judd Trichter, Love in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction


★★★★☆
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 12
I liked this game. I really did, which is a rare occasion for me in this genre.

I'm the kind of person who usually buys huge batches of cheap new indies and revamps of old adventure games, starts point-and-clickers excited but leaves them even before half-way, bored of the theme, disillusioned by the lack of immersion, redundant puzzles and all. Somehow it all gets diluted into a non-engaging mess. But this was not the case with Primordia; I played it through twice, once genuinely without any help, and then second time with a walkthrough / achievement guide to see what I had missed.

I loved the dystopian atmosphere. The writing was excellent, as well as the characters. The graphics were surprisingly fitting - somehow the artists filled just the right amount of atmospheric detail in "cinematics", and the gameplay was fluent enough. Puzzles did involve every once in a while some actual thinking and not just random inventory combo-womboing, and once I even took pen and paper to solve a key puzzle. I must commend that the narration for Horatio, Crispin, as well some other key characters (without spoilers) were excellently done, which played a huge part on why the game was so immersive for me.

On the down-side, some of the puzzles were kinda redundant pixel searching, as one might expect. Luckily the hint system was just on the correct level for a guy like me, who doesn't like hunting for pixels for eternities, and might dismiss an "obvious" clue every here and then. I never felt stuck, and I always had a sense of progression in my first playthrough. Without spoiling too much, there isn't that much of difference in the endings or how your choices end up as consequences, but second playthrough (with a walkthrough) did reveal more of the lore and modest alternatives that I had missed. I must also admit that dystopia/sci-fi as a genre is probably my favorite (1984, Brave New World, Neuromancer, you name it), so I am biased to liking this game.

Overall, I can highly recommend this excellent adventure-novel to anybody that can overcome the barrier of point-and-click, and instead enjoy a ride of well fitting retro graphics, excellent narrative, good writing, and a neatly packaged ~4-6h adventure in a single playthrough - all for a very modest price. I'll fly one day, and Crispin will be laughing at me.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
9.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 17
If you are looking for a Point and Click as enjoyable and memorable as the classics from Lucasarts then you've found it. A brilliant and engaging game with a great story and deep characterisation and development. Throughly recommend it.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 11
Primordia's robot driven post-apocalyptic setting is a great twist on your standard post-war stories. Even though the characters in the game are robots they retain many human properties that makes them quite relatable. To add to this, their human traits are merged with some very interesting quirks based on what purposes they were coded for. This makes almost every character you meet really interesting and memorable, and also drives a lot humor in the game. In particular, the bond between the playable character Horatio and his creation and best friend Crispin is consistently entertaining thoughtout the whole game. It's not just the setting that's great though, the writing and story in general is fantastic, and the voice acting is amazing.

The gameplay draws really well from the setting too. Scavenging for spare parts and pieceing machines together might feel pretty familiar to anyone who has played an adventure game before, but because of the setting and design of the game all of this feels really organic and fluid. It helps that there are core items in the game aren't simply used once and then thrown away, but instead you are gathering an array of tools (Your friend Crispin being one of them!) that you will keep reusing throughout the whole game. There is still the odd puzzle that had solutions I wouldn't have thought of and got me turning to a guide, but I would put this down to my own impatience rather than design faults of the game. I never really took the time to think things out completely as I was too compelled to move forward with the story!

Long story short, I would strongly recommend this game. The only negative thing I can think of is that I had a couple of very minor technical issues that were resolved easily. If you have any interest in point-and-click adventures or story-driven games in general I wouldn't hesitate to pick this one up.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
11.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 5
I love this game.

* Engrossing story
* Unique art style, kind of like an art nouveau version of Blade Runner
* Music that totally fits the general aesthetic of the game
* Challenging puzzles
* Great voice acting

It's the sort of game that really sticks with you long after you've played through it. If you're a fan of Wadjet Eye or just point and click games in general, definitely worth picking up.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
10.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 5
Hell yeah I recommend this game. Its not something you play through twice but as an old school adventure game it was just great.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 9
This game has several memorable characters, it invokes emotion and curiosity, and has a solid plot.

If this game were a high budget film, I'd pay triple the regular ticket price to see it.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 9
The only game, so far, that I have every achievement unlocked.
It is an interesting world and a great story with multiple endings.
It has some interesting puzzles and brought me back to the early point and click style games of the 80s and 90s. Ah Nostalga, you are a funny thing.

But the game is just too short IMO.

Get it if it's on sale. Otherwise I'd say wait.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 15
Incredible game, I resisted getting this for a while, but I'm so glad I did. Amazing atmosphere, tricky and rewarding puzzles, excellent voice acting and dialog, just brilliant. Go get.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
10.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 14
Just great. I love the world that was created and the story is fantastic. The banter between the characters is great and keeps you entertained. Ending is depressing *sniff* *sniff* but do yourself a favor and give this one a try. best $10 I have spent in a long time.
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