Influent is a Language Learning Game focusing primarily on vocabulary acquisition and pronunciation while giving players the freedom to learn what they want without pencils or books!
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Data wydania: 20 Mar, 2014

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Uwaga: If you are purchasing Influent for the first time, choose the language you would like to learn. If you've already purchased one language, you can buy additional languages as DLC.
The game's User Interface is currently available in English, Japanese, Russian, German, Swedish, and French.

Kup Influent - 한국어 [Learn Korean]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99

Kup Influent - Deutsch [Learn German]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99

Kup Influent - Latina [Learn Latin]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99

Kup Influent - Русский [Learn Russian]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99

Kup Influent - Italiano [Learn Italian]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99

Kup Influent - Español [Learn Spanish]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99

Kup Influent - Français [Learn French]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99

Kup Influent - Svenska [Learn Swedish]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99

Kup Influent - български [Learn Bulgarian]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99

Kup Influent - 普通话 [Learn Mandarin Chinese]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99

Kup Influent - English [Learn English]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99

Kup Influent - 日本語 [Learn Japanese]

OFERTA TYGODNIOWA! Koniec oferty: 3 listopada

-50%
$9.99
$4.99
 

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"It is not meant to teach you a whole new language but help you expand on your vocabulary. This game makes the learning process fun and simple."
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30 września

Italian Stallion



SEE THE OFFICIAL BLOG POST HERE

Good news everyone!

The long-awaited Italian Language Pack is now available! This completes the standard EFIGS collection of the most commonly spoken first-world languages, which has been a big milestone for Influent for quite some time now!

Furthermore, a handful of previously bothersome issues have been addressed, most importantly:

  • Translation text bleed issue fixed
  • Save Data corruption after slot deletion issue fixed (thanks gwebb!)

You can pick up a copy of the Italian DLC for $4.99 USD or if you don't already own Influent, grab the full game packaged with either Italian or any of the other 11 Language Packs for $9.99 USD.

Ciao!

Komentarzy: 6 Więcej

24 lipca

Russian Roulette



SEE THE OFFICIAL BLOG POST HERE

What's New?

This just in:

The highly anticipated Russian Language Pack has been released and is now available for purchase as either DLC (for existing players) or as a standalone product.

Influent has also received an update that addresses a number of issues reported on the community forums. A big "Thank You!" to everyone who helped by taking the time to upload screenshots and provide us with detailed bug reports. We really do appreciate it!

Update 1.5
  • Fixed the infamous Sneeze bug (vocab list entries disappearing)
  • Fixed text resizing bug when using R/F hotkeys
  • Resized and moved GUI elements to accommodate for future GUI updates

What's Next?

Things that are happening:
  • Processing audio for Italian Language Pack
  • Trying to get the Swedish, Spanish, and Italian articles added
  • Editing UI translations for MANY new GUI Packs (soon to come)
  • Preparing for Gamescom 2014

Gamescom 2014!

Get excited! Influent and Three Flip Studios is coming to Gamescom 2014!!!

Rob and Anthony will be in Cologne next month showing off Influent to the European demographic of language learners! Additionally, Three Flip has been quietly working on a new project that will debut on the GamesPark floor! Come by the booth and check it out! :D

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Recenzje

“Influent is a great way to learn new vocabulary. I love the idea and I love the execution. Influent gets a 9 out of 10.”
9/10 – http://www.gameskinny.com/cv8lb/influent-a-fun-supplement-to-language-learning

O tej grze

Andrew Cross is infuriated!


For three long years, he sat confined to his work, developing a device that he firmly believed to be a technological breakthrough in the way people would interact with the world around them. A device that could scan any object in the real world and then provide its name in any language! Duly dubbing his fancy new invention the "SanjigenJiten," Andrew arranged an appointment to demonstrate the device's amazing capabilities at the world's largest technology corporation, Technoglobe International.


But while on his visit, he fell for a girl he met in the lab, and while she stole his heart, someone else silently stepped in and stole his device! Now, Technoglobe has gone and swiftly marketed the SanjigenJiten as their own, even laying claim to the very name he had so cleverly concocted!


But Andrew Cross has a plan. He's made an even better version of his SanjigenJiten and launched an online campaign, swearing to learn 300 words in a foreign language to raise awareness of Technoglobe's blatant theft and prove his device really works! But does the SanjigenJiten really work? Can Andrew actually pull it off?! Play Influent and find out!!!



“By immersing the player in the target language, Influent closely models the way we naturally learn our native language. I suggest giving Influent a try.”
-Steve Hammond, Somnambulant-Gamer

Inspired by Dreamcast titles of old (namely Shenmue and Toy Commander) Influent immerses players in a fully interactive 3D environment where the names for absolutely every object in the game can be gleaned with a single click! In fact, even more information can be learned with a double-click! Every door, drawer, and cabinet can be opened with a right-click here and a right-click there, revealing more and more things to be learned! Packed to the brim with hundreds of native audio pronunciations (painstakingly recorded specifically for this game), Influent offers players a unique opportunity to enjoy learning both vocabulary and pronunciation in the language of their choice.

With 10 languages currently available for download, Influent combines the joys of playing a video game with the language learning process, resulting in real-life rewards and achievements that will remain with players for the rest of their lives.

Influent: Language Learning Redefined.

  • Audio from native speakers
  • Synonym swap functionality
  • Learn at your own pace!
  • Fully interactive modern apartment
  • Over 420 words to collect and master
  • Includes Nouns, Adjectives, and Verbs
  • 10 Languages to choose from (more coming soon!)


  • How exactly should I purchase the game?
If you're confused about how to purchase the game, please read the following example about Mark and Patricia.

If Mark wants to learn Latin, he should purchase the "Influent - Latina [Learn Latin]" store item. If his wife Patricia then wants to learn Swedish, Mark should then purchase the DLC store item entitled "Influent DLC - Svenska [Learn Swedish]." This can also be done from Patirica's perspective and will have the exact same result with Patricia purchasing the Swedish base game and then also buying the Latin DLC for Mark, herself, or even anyone else, to use on the same computer.

  • Do you have plans to release more languages? When???
New Language Packs will be released as they are completed. A full list of languages that are coming soon can be found on the Official Website.


Check out the Community Hub for Frequently Asked Questions and other cool stuff!

A BRIEF BACKGROUND


Influent is a Language Learning Game focusing primarily on vocabulary acquisition and pronunciation. It was initially developed in Japan at the University of Tsukuba's Entertainment Computing Laboratory under the Monbukagaksho Government Research Scholarship.

After research funding ran out, further funding from a wildly successful Kickstarter Campaign allowed for the completion of the game. A research paper on the ideas surrounding the game and its applications was published by the Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ), which can be viewed in its entirety here.

Wymagania systemowe

Windows
Mac
Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Made with Unity
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.5 or later
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Made with Unity
    Minimum:
    • OS: Any (tested on Ubuntu)
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Made with Unity
Pomocne recenzje klientów
84 z 88 osób (95%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
1.9 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 23 października
Before you buy this game, make sure you are buying it for the RIGHT reasons. This game is amazing, exactly the kind of learning style I love and was looking for.

BUT

If you are buying this game to learn how to speak fluently (For me, fluent Japanese) by solely relying on this game and nothing else, you will be very disappointed.

If you are buying this game as just one of the many tools to help you learn a language, and you consider yourself a visual learner, then this is perfect in my opinion.

Being able to click any object in the house and instantly be told what it is called, is the next best thing to having a native speaker with you while you point at things asking what they are called. As a huge plus with using the game, you see how it is written; in Romaji, Hiragana, or Kanji depending on what you pick if learning Japanese, which helps a lot more for me personally than just hearing audio alone. Oh and I highly recommend only using Kana instead of Romaji, you will be glad you did in the long run.

The time challenge mode turns the game into a scavenger hunt, making your brain work to remember what each thing is called. I feel that having to recall something, especially with a clock counting down, helps you memorize the words.

Alongside basic nouns from clicking on things in the environment, you can also unlock adjectives and verbs associated with each noun. I really like that because it adds context in a way; like clicking on the word "bed" has the verb "to sleep" available to learn.

So in the end, please use this game as a wonderful tool to master your language alongside your many other tried-and-true methods. I am certainly enjoying it and I feel I am memorizing the words much quicker than looking at definitions in a book. The audio is also very clear and easy to understand.

As for any negatives, I just have a few suggestions rather than anything actually negative. It would be nice if you could do the time challenge mode where objects light up and you have to type in what the object is called, or maybe choose from a multiple choice list. Right now it is just one direction, you hear the word and click the right object, never the other way around. Also if there was an option to have the speaker say the word again but slowly, to catch those quick syllables.

Weather you decide this game is for you or not, please go out there and learn a new language! Trust me, it feels amazing! :)

ATTENTION, NEED TO KNOW TIPS: When doing the time challenge, you have to DOUBLE click an object to select it as your answer. I don't think it tells you that, or I didn't notice. :) Double clicking outside of the game mode, will bring up a window with more details on that object/word you are clicking. Also, when you click on your vocab list, click a word, and there is a little "eye" icon you can click to see what the word is in your native language. I also HIGHLY recommend reading all the hints at the top left of the screen to get the most out of this game, it doesn't take long to read them all. Have fun all!
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
76 z 125 osób (61%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
2.2 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 19 października
Clicked on a cat. Flew a plane into a garbage can. Learned Latin.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
15 z 18 osób (83%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
0.1 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 13 października
Only useful for learning vocab. I know that this game makes it very clear that it will only teach you vocab words, but a lot of people bought it hoping for a good way to start learning a language. No software that exists, even comprehensive ones like rosetta stone, can't teach you a language quickly or thoroughly (no matter what the commercials say). This game utilizes visual and audio cues to increase your vocabulary pretty effectively, but don't bother with it unless you already have an understanding of the language or are currently taking a class.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
12 z 15 osób (80%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
1.2 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 12 października
Not a bad little program for adding some basic vocabulary. I have the Spanish version, which unfortunately only caters to European Spanish, complete with the infamous lisp. Though the little quiz feature encourages you remember the vocabulary, this game could do with some more interesting, practical excercises, what we language teachers call "Drilling". Overal not bad and not expensive, but don't expect this game to make you fluent or teach you any verbs.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
7 z 7 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
6.4 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 27 października
You are locked in your apartment until you can recite every object in another language.

What's the [insert language] word for HELP!

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Essentially you walk around an apartment suite adding common household objects to your vocabulary inventory which serves as a sort of self-pacing mechanism. Find them all and you will learn how to say 420 words in another language, (284 nouns, 68 adjectives and 68 verbs,) all you have to do is retain them all.

If anthing this will most certainly serve to give you a basic understanding of pronounciation in a more interactive and engaging way than listening to someone repeating the same words on an audio cassette.

Do audio cassettes give you achievements for learning words in another language? No.
Does this game teach you necessary fundamentals in another language? Not really.
Will you learn how to say words like "lotion," "nuts" and "ceiling fan"? Absolutely!
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
7 z 7 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
1.6 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 29 października
Everyday I wake up in this apartment trying to think of a way to escapse, but my hands never grab anything. They feel cold and lifeless. the only other thing living here in this eternal hell is the cat, but I think it's dead. Every time I try to talk it feels like my mouth can't open. Some days I spend just by looking at the door thinking someone will save me, but no one comes to my rescue. In the time that I don't try to escape I learn Korean, cause it's the only interaction I can get in this hell. 내 발은 아픈, 그리고 먹을 수 없습니다. 누군가가 저를 저장합니다. 8/10
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
1 z 1 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
0.9 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 29 października
Very easy to use and intuitive. The customer support is also amazing and I will be supporting the developers in the future.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
1 z 1 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
0.8 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 4 października
Great way to brush up on some vocab. Played the Japanese version. I love that it has kanji and hiragana/katakana. The options to build vocabulary lists and then play them with either the text or audio (or both) is really useful. I do wish that you could increas the font size though... some Kanji are hard to see when you aren't familair with them yet.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
3 z 5 osób (60%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
0.4 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 24 października
A fun little way to learn a language. You play as an inventor trying to prove his language-learning device, and you spend your time wandering about his apartment, finding out the words for different objects and testing yourself on your retention. I could go in-depth about this, but this is basically an inexpensive learning aid, and it does its job very well. I'm currently using this to refresh and bolster my Chinese language skills, but I'll certainly be purchasing other languages as time goes on!
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
5 z 9 osób (56%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
1.5 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 27 października
You never know when naming household objects in Latin will come in handy.

Its limitations aside (you are stuck inside a small apartment), it's a very effective tool for vocabulary drills. Though I do wish they'll eventually release expansion packs that introduce you to other locations (stores, resturants, parks etc.)
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
5 z 9 osób (56%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
0.7 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 4 października
Want to Learn a new language? Books are great, apps can help too. How bout an awesome game! An apartment full of everyday objects you can interact with makes learning easier than having to open books. Time Attack Mode gives you a word and you have to find the corresponding object. I Highly recommend In-fluent!
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
4 z 9 osób (44%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
13.3 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 16 października
I plan on doing a video review on this game on my YouTube channel, StephanieTsunami. Check it out if you’d rather hear this review than read it!
Formal Review:
Influent is an original, language-learning, interactive game. With the ability to learn words at your own leisure, mix and match words to create your OWN vocab quiz, and a large selection of words to get to know as if they were your native language makes this game outstanding. "Influent was originally developed as part of a research project at the Entertainment Computing Laboratory at the University of Tsukuba in Japan ... Influent successfully passed Steam Greenlight in January 2014, following the full release on March 20, 2014 on the Steam Store and Humble Store." The fact that this game has not been released a full year is surprising, yet evident. With a full release, many updates would have been made if there weren’t financial issues. With $28,086 out of the pledged $12,000 goal set on Kickstarter, $2000 was appointed to a Unity Pro license, and $500 for the shipping, shirts, and other fun items for the backers; although, some of the prices were updated. These would be the $1500 plan to go mobile, the $8000 dedicated to publishing the game, and $1500 was put toward a better computer to create a game masterpiece. Two people paired together in Japan to create a Kickstarter that placed a game on the market. The game has only been updated on Steam three times since the official release. These updates included (but are not limited to) fixing minor errors such as audio pronunciations, German and French words, volume levels, Vocab list major malfunctions, and improved texture in 1.3, German Language Pack mistakes, lag, windowed mode, and text errors in 1.4, and finally text and GUI element errors in 1.5. These updates do not include the rush to add more languages - currently there are 12 Language Packs for sale.
Personal Review:
The love I feel for this game in the past week is exceptionally strong. Personally, I have trouble remembering things such as object names, and to be able to run through a list as many times as I need is blissful. The idea of circling around your character’s apartment-like home and collecting the names of items that may include synonyms, verbs, and adjectives is clever and just what I’ve been looking for in my life. Influent plus a little more studying on articles, conjunctions, prepositions, and other grammar mechanics of the desired language for (at least) $10 versus $500 for a normally-priced Rosetta Stone Software for 5 users… I think Influent wins. Regarding the accuracy of the languages, I have yet to test it out against my German or Russian or Korean friends (no offence to any translator but it’s a necessity). Last but not least, graphics. I’m a graphics junkie, but the fact that this game is so simple-themed revert the player’s mind to focus on the learning, not the mechanics, graphics, or errors of the game.
Note to the Creator:
I understand that it’s been less than a year and there’s still a lot of progress to be made, but I would like to offer some ideas. There could be a separate “scene” or “level” the character could play on. Once the player succeeds in mastering the 420 words of the apartment home, there could be another level, as in a park setting, a city setting, or an office/school setting. These levels could even be more of mini-maps if necessary! At the end of each level, the player must pass “The Official Vocab Test” in order to proceed. Once all stages are complete, there could be a lesson on grammar mechanics, sentence parts, conjunctions, and spelling. Have you thought of introducing this to schools? Middle school/junior high foreign language classes would be absolutely thrilled to find a class assistant like this. That brings me back to “Leveling Up”. In a regular foreign language class, a student must first learn the basics – objects, which is majority of what Influent provides. The next step in class is verbs and adjectives – many of which are provided by Influent. The typical class ends with articles and phrases – this is where Influent is lacking. That’s why I think it would be best for middle school/junior high students. If there was a difficulty setting in the game, I would recommend it to high school students, but the game in its current state is too young, too simple, and lacking content. I think the age suggestion would be 10-15 years old. There is a lot of potential in this game and I don’t want to see it fail. I can’t really back this game financially, but I can certainly back it by suggesting it to many teachers and friends.
Thank you so much for reading this – if you did – and let's watch this game grow into something bigger!
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
1 z 3 osób (33%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
2.3 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 25 października
The game overall is great if you're willing to sit down for a few hours and learn things. If you are actually interested in learning the actual language and speak it fluently I recommend you attend a class because all Influent does is teach you words which leads me to one of my great criticism of this game. You have words - now what? Exactly, the second step in learning languages is sentence formation and the proper pronunciation of the sentence that you created.

I believe the way to improve this is to include a simple sentence structure in which users can drag/click words to input in the basic structure of a sentence going on to improve it as they go on in learning the language advancing to more complex sentence structures. A great platform is already provided in game for us to use(press e/use the computer in order to enable this mini-game)

A secondary/optional addition to the sentence structure program is the speech program in which the user talks through a microphone testing their pronunciation versus the correct pronunciation of the sentence at hand.

My last minor criticism is the Alphabet of the language isn't shown anywhere. A fix for this could be an interactive poster where we could browse the alphabet and try to make words by connecting alphabet letters. Of course in order to learn the alphabet effectively we would also have to learn to write these characters, so maybe a notebook on the study desk could help us by first showing us how to write the alphabet one stroke at a time then moving on to sentence creation after they unlock it from the computer.

Example progression:
Interactive Poster Alphabet> connect words> find the item they connect to>learn to write alphabet> learn basic sentence structures> learn how to write basic sentence structures> learn complex sentence structing> learn how to write complex sentence strucres

*sidenote* I have the Japanese dlc for Influent and I do enjoy it having 2 years of High-school Japanese(3 years out of practice) learned it was a great refresher course.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
2 z 6 osób (33%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
2.0 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 23 października
After an hour of playing, the game is basically trying to ram into your brain the vocabulary of the language versus the form in which it is spoken. It one case, that makes sense as increasing your vocabulary can help you with the language. However, language is all about the structure versus vocabulary. When you are given the verbs and adjectives, one can get confused on their usage in the language.

Overall, a decent attempt to learn a language. If you are new to learning a language, it can be a decent start, but still recommend you take a class or find a book.

Personally, I think the game helps more favoarbly with the Eastern langauges as you can match the writing with the words.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
2 z 7 osób (29%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
2.7 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 6 października
Really well done. My only two issues:

1) I must have missed the tutorial moment where they tell you to double click on objects when you're trying to complete a list. Was really stuck for a while trying to figure out how time attacks worked when I couldn't get it to register what I was clicking.

2) Still can't figure out how to add another language option. I want to try French now, in addition to spanish. The interface in Steam tells me I've already "bought this" generally, and I can't find a way inside the game to try and add a second language. Haha, I'm just trying to give you guys more money :)

Overall though, great "game", really polished and I definitely recommend it to people.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
1 z 5 osób (20%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
0.2 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 29 października
For me, this game is unusable as is. The contrived method for keybinding (holding Shift while launching the game, do I need to explain how counter-intuitive and unpractical that is ?) does not work on my OS. And I'm not going to use the WASD configuration on an AZERTY keyboard. Would it kill you to allow keybinding from the Controls window ? I had great hopes for that game from seeing gameplay videos, and this silly, tiny defect completely offsets all of the positive points, since I could not experience them by myself.

This review extends to any game that does not allow keybinding. I KNOW from experience that allowing for rebinding is straightforward to implement in any modern language, and anyone with a non-QWERTY keyboard knows it is an absolutely necessary feature for about seven out of ten people. I expected more than a half-hearted attempt at internationalization for a game for which the ENTIRE FOCUS is on language skills !

Please fix this.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
24 z 56 osób (43%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
0.4 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 23 października
This game is appalling. You basically walk around an apartment, click on things, it tells you what they're called in some other language, and you need to memorize. That's it. Just vocabulary. No conversational skills, no grammar, nothing that would be useful to learn a language. Just vocabulary. Do not buy, it's worse than worthless.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
6 z 20 osób (30%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
0.2 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 5 października
Ike Ike go go nan deska!

Influent is game for learning american people in the sexy language of superior japan man.

Influent teach me how to Japanese, and now I am happy long time.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
10 z 30 osób (33%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
0.2 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 24 października
For a game that actually yells at you about some unnamed person stealing the developer's idea, I find it ironic that the first thing I hear in game is Light Pollution, a tune from Dustforce, another indie game. It gives me cause to investigate who stole what from whom.
The UI needs some work. I tried to play time attack and it wouldn't register my answers, whether right or wrong.
In a nutshell, this is a very cool idea, but it should not be considered a product yet, especially in real life.
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
1 z 16 osób (6%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
0.4 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 16 października
damn,DAMN,NEIN NEIN NEIN NEIN GO THE ♥♥♥♥ OUT
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie