Welcome to a beautiful Adventure set in a unique interactive 3D world full of mysterious puzzles and Hidden Objects. Prepare for an unforgettable experience!
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Release Date: Sep 19, 2014

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“The Heart of Gold is one of the most stunningly beautiful games I've played.”
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“It is one of the classier Casual Adventure/Hidden Object games I’ve played in recent times.”
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“...this game could set a standard for future hidden object games”
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About This Game

Welcome to a beautiful Adventure set in a unique interactive 3D world full of mysterious puzzles and Hidden Objects. Prepare for an unforgettable experience!

The story unfolds in 1947 Thailand, in a world filled with characters, myths and legends from ancient Buddhist tales. When Melissa is invited by the Queen of England in person, she has no idea that her life is about to take a dramatic turn and a simple mission will lead her to question her very existence.

Thanks to our brand new "Immersion Tech." we're able to combine cutting-edge 3D with beautiful hand-painted graphics. Live an adventure like no other!

Features:

  • Use simple, natural gestures to navigate, interact with characters & use items with ease!
  • Manipulate exquisite 3D inventory objects!
  • More than 30 exclusive puzzles, replay them to beat your best scores!
  • Over 30 detailed locations to search for Hidden Objects
  • Over seven hours of Game Play!
  • Three difficulty levels: Novice, Adventurer or Expert
  • This game supports Achievements and Leaderboards
  • Handles all screen ratios (widescreen 16/9, 4/3, etc)
  • The game is fully translated in 14 languages 

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or Newer
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz or More
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OSX 10.6 or Newer
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz or More (Intel Processor)
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
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ctwmitch
( 14.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
Simple story, but with new and good game play presentation.

But too items at darkness, how could I find them?
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Sugarstar
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 24
This is clearly a phone game ported to steam. Game mechanics include dragging the screen around and when you click, a tapping finger appears. Even on expert mode, if you spend just a few seconds without clicking on something, the finger appears to guide your actions/hint you. Puzzles are largely touch-based - dragging flowers around without knocking any off, drag a rolling screen around until you find the button.

The logic behind what to do next makes very little sense. If you click on something, text appears that it "looks interesting, but I'll check it out later." So, instead of discovering things as you find them, the game will guide you to go back and click on a spot on the ground outside when you are trying to find a way into the rooms inside (becuase something you needed was out there).

At one point, you cannot pick up a map on a window until you find a curtain sash and tie the curtain back. :|

There are far better point-and-click/hidden object adventure games out there. This one is just frustrating.
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Abovestow
( 3.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 24
best game ever
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DjGodary86
( 4.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 16
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treasureyou
( 1.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 12
Colorful and interesting game. 8/10.
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badhairqueen
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 10
Product received for free
About the game
You're Melissa, a professor of archaeology, who's gone to Thailand to teach a student - a young monk. At least, that's what I gathered from the fragmented and rather useless game intro. No reason is given for your being there, nor why you must "teach" that young monk or whatever. Once you arrive, the young monk apparently goes missing, and you must help find him. You then proceed to search the grounds of the house you are staying in for traces of the monk. That's it.

Likes
  1. Nice graphics
  2. OK music
  3. Voiced in some parts

Dislikes
  1. Extremely poor plot setup:
    • Insufficient story background so the player has no incentive to find out more
    • No proper explanation for why you must do all this
    • Boring premise: Monk disappears. So? Why should I care? Why the f*ck am I even in Thailand?!
  2. Irritating & badly thought-through game mechanics:
    • Even on "normal" difficulty mode, if you leave the game running without doing anything, a hand will pop up and start pointing at what to do next
    • No direction arrows showing where you can navigate to; instead, you must click on stuff until you find an exit
    • When your character sees something noteworthy, instead of telling you direct (via text commentary), her observations go into her notebook, so you must check her notebook each and every time to see what she says about an item
    • Even on "easy" difficulty mode, active areas are never highlighted; instead, the game will tell you exactly what to do by pointing!
    • Some rooms don't fit on one screen, so you have to drag your screen sideways to see the entire thing, but there is no indication of whether you can drag the screen or not, so you'll just have to test it out on every screen
  3. No logic in the game's priorities:
    • When you enter/exit a room, the game attempts to make it seem like it's a 1st-person 3D game (it's not, in case you were wondering - it's just static screens), so the screen jerks and wobbles a bit, and the background zooms in, to give the impression that your character is "walking" towards the exit. WHY??????? How on earth does doing this enhance the game in any way????? All it gave me was motion sickness, dumbtards!!!!!! Also, this made exiting any location take a million years.
    • We really don't need to see cutscenes every single time characters speak to each other ok? Especially when those cutscenes involve boring or non-important exchanges.
  4. Puzzles are inane or don't make sense, and there are no hidden object scenes:
    • E.g. Feed chocolate bar to lizard so you can grab him and use him later on to retrieve objects in unreachable places. Since when did lizards eat chocolate?
    • E.g. Put found statue parts onto a statue. (No puzzle involved - just click anywhere on the statue to place them.)
    • E.g. Light a lantern with a match.
    • Almost an hour into the game, and I still did not encounter any hidden object scenes. I guess the hidden object scenes became hidden objects themselves.

Verdict
Money was spent making this game, but in all the wrong areas. Showing animation of people talking, or attempting to make it look as if your character is walking towards an exit, and etc fancy schmancy stuff along this line, are NOT going to make people care more about playing. The horrible story setup, lack of drama, counter-intuitive game mechanics, and yawn-inducing puzzles make it extremely difficult for the player's interest to be sustained.

Avoid, unless you are a person of great patience. Or unless you are really (and I mean really) desperate to play something that has nice graphics and voice, but little else. Kids (maybe 4-8 years of age) might like this, because of the hand-holding and animation. But other than that, I can't think of anyone who would want to play this and not feel mentally insulted.


Disclaimer: Game played for free, thanks to my dear friend Unpageable. :)
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The_Antwonette_Starqweisha
( 0.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 8
This game is amazing, it can be challenging, but fun
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Jasper
( 1.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 7
Product received for free
This is pretty good, some people just cant realize the quality of a game.
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LumpsPlays
( 7.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 7
"Mellissa wouldn't want me to take this cigar until I replace it with something of equal value!"

*click around for 5-10 minutes, no luck, just try random items*

TURNS OUT I WAS LOOKING FOR A PIECE OF FRUIT.

Only bother with this game if you get it for free, and enjoy the genre. HoB are notoriously dense and poorly made, but there are far better for-pay ones than this out there.
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Missie
( 17.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 4
Product received for free
This is a fun hidden object game and is a decent length in my opinion compared to others that I have played. I thought the theme was pretty unique and fitting for the genre. The game does have some flaws but they seem standard for the type of game( being stuck until you complete the series of events in the exact right order or clicking something in the exact right spot). I thoroughly enjoyed the characters and the dialogue throughout the game. I also liked that you can go back and play any of the completed puzzles individually and that each puzzle had a little information blurb to click and find out what you needed to do to. The game has a good assortment of puzzles and hidden object puzzles. Also - how can you not like a game that gives you a gecko to name !
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 10
Product received for free
About the game
You're Melissa, a professor of archaeology, who's gone to Thailand to teach a student - a young monk. At least, that's what I gathered from the fragmented and rather useless game intro. No reason is given for your being there, nor why you must "teach" that young monk or whatever. Once you arrive, the young monk apparently goes missing, and you must help find him. You then proceed to search the grounds of the house you are staying in for traces of the monk. That's it.

Likes
  1. Nice graphics
  2. OK music
  3. Voiced in some parts

Dislikes
  1. Extremely poor plot setup:
    • Insufficient story background so the player has no incentive to find out more
    • No proper explanation for why you must do all this
    • Boring premise: Monk disappears. So? Why should I care? Why the f*ck am I even in Thailand?!
  2. Irritating & badly thought-through game mechanics:
    • Even on "normal" difficulty mode, if you leave the game running without doing anything, a hand will pop up and start pointing at what to do next
    • No direction arrows showing where you can navigate to; instead, you must click on stuff until you find an exit
    • When your character sees something noteworthy, instead of telling you direct (via text commentary), her observations go into her notebook, so you must check her notebook each and every time to see what she says about an item
    • Even on "easy" difficulty mode, active areas are never highlighted; instead, the game will tell you exactly what to do by pointing!
    • Some rooms don't fit on one screen, so you have to drag your screen sideways to see the entire thing, but there is no indication of whether you can drag the screen or not, so you'll just have to test it out on every screen
  3. No logic in the game's priorities:
    • When you enter/exit a room, the game attempts to make it seem like it's a 1st-person 3D game (it's not, in case you were wondering - it's just static screens), so the screen jerks and wobbles a bit, and the background zooms in, to give the impression that your character is "walking" towards the exit. WHY??????? How on earth does doing this enhance the game in any way????? All it gave me was motion sickness, dumbtards!!!!!! Also, this made exiting any location take a million years.
    • We really don't need to see cutscenes every single time characters speak to each other ok? Especially when those cutscenes involve boring or non-important exchanges.
  4. Puzzles are inane or don't make sense, and there are no hidden object scenes:
    • E.g. Feed chocolate bar to lizard so you can grab him and use him later on to retrieve objects in unreachable places. Since when did lizards eat chocolate?
    • E.g. Put found statue parts onto a statue. (No puzzle involved - just click anywhere on the statue to place them.)
    • E.g. Light a lantern with a match.
    • Almost an hour into the game, and I still did not encounter any hidden object scenes. I guess the hidden object scenes became hidden objects themselves.

Verdict
Money was spent making this game, but in all the wrong areas. Showing animation of people talking, or attempting to make it look as if your character is walking towards an exit, and etc fancy schmancy stuff along this line, are NOT going to make people care more about playing. The horrible story setup, lack of drama, counter-intuitive game mechanics, and yawn-inducing puzzles make it extremely difficult for the player's interest to be sustained.

Avoid, unless you are a person of great patience. Or unless you are really (and I mean really) desperate to play something that has nice graphics and voice, but little else. Kids (maybe 4-8 years of age) might like this, because of the hand-holding and animation. But other than that, I can't think of anyone who would want to play this and not feel mentally insulted.


Disclaimer: Game played for free, thanks to my dear friend Unpageable. :)
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
7.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 7
"Mellissa wouldn't want me to take this cigar until I replace it with something of equal value!"

*click around for 5-10 minutes, no luck, just try random items*

TURNS OUT I WAS LOOKING FOR A PIECE OF FRUIT.

Only bother with this game if you get it for free, and enjoy the genre. HoB are notoriously dense and poorly made, but there are far better for-pay ones than this out there.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
Recommended
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 4
Product received for free
My playtime: 11.3 hours (based on steam).

Before you consider to buy this game, note that 5 steam achievements are bugged since 2014.


Intro
Melissa K. and the Heart of Gold Collector's Edition is just another point and click games with a lot of mini games on it. The game itself classifies the mini games into 2 parts: Puzzles and Hidden Object. The puzzles are basically a different and unique mini game while the hidden object is... just like other hidden object games where you have to find specified items. There are some collectibles in this game, although you can't see the progress unless you are in adventure mode (story mode). Other than that, it's basically the same as other games with the same type (read: Artifex Mundi games).

Story
To be honest, i got some trouble in understanding the story. The story doesn't flow quite well, and the messed-up subtitle timing makes it worse. I like how they are talking in a normal speed in cutscenes, but other than in cutscenes, people are talking too slow for me. I know that it's kinda normal for a game like this to have people talking very slow, but i think it's not needed.

Switching to the plot, although the big picture of the story is given out, the story lacks detail, especially on how they are not even telling why they have to move to another place. The tasks given on the game doesn't really flow well (especially when you have to talk to someone out of nowhere and some items which are appearing out of nowhere) and i have to admit that i will have a lot of trouble if i'm not playing this game with a walkthrough in hand.

Guide
Because this is a collector's edition, there is a guide on this game. I just want to say that the guide section doesn't really well-made, and i rather use the steam guide rather than the in game guide. The guide is only listing pictures and youtube video, and it loads slowly when i open it for the first time.

Graphics
The graphics in this game is decent. I hope you are not expecting graphics in AAA titles in this game, because it's far from that. However, i am impressed with the details for the face part and how the mouth are syncing with the voice. The environment details are made greatly, and i was really touched with how the artists were trying to make the environment as close as the real one (you can see it on the bonus track).

Sound
Well, i can't really say much about sound in a game like this, because they give off the same vibe. The music is kind of relaxing and slow, which makes a perfect sound, especially when you are doing the mini games. The voice overs are done beautifully, especially the "crazy monk", because imo, that's the one who were giving the most effort in doing the voice overs. However, i have to admit that the ghosts voice are hard to be heard.

Mini games
There are a lot of mini games in this game, with some being easy and some being hard (this includes both the puzzle and hidden object games). Some puzzles have difficulty level which gives another difficult level to solve, while some hidden object games have a different type of hidden object: a hidden object game with a text as the list-to-find-items besides images. To be honest, i enjoy the mini games a lot, especially the puzzles. Although the hidden object is just the same as you'll expect, there are tons of variations in the puzzles.

Conclusion
This game can satisfy you in weekends with its long playtime and you can enjoy it to the fullest with tons of mini games on it.

Pros:
- Tons of mini games
- Collectibles

Cons:
- Story doesn't flow well

Should you buy this game?
Yes
Note that it only applies if you don't mind with the missing achievements, otherwise, Don't buy it. Ever.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
15.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 3
Don't bother with this one. The devs have abandoned the game and it's full with bugs that may make it unplayable. Five achievements are broken (issue from 2014) although they unlock in-game.
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87 of 104 people (84%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
12.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 9
There is a reason that the 3 reviews on the game page are all App related: they haven't played the steam version. The game itself isn't bad. A lot of the HO scenes are a tough, which compared to some of the HO game's was a nice change of pace. So why the negative review, Simply put, I cannot, nor will not, condone yet another dev that slaps a port on an app game over here and refuses to support it.

There are 5 broken achievements to the game. If you go to the steam boards you will find that several people (myself included) have emailed the devs letting them know about it. Their responses have been bold faced lies. They have said:

1) They have so many versions it's hard to find the problem. (this is the only version with achievements so. . . . ?)
2) They haven't been able to find the issue. (they created the port, not a third party, which means they are the ones that coded)
3) They aren't sure they are going to be able to fix the issue. (there are several devs that have just eliminated broken achievements from their games when they couldn't find the issue)

And through all of this, they continue to gleefully sell their game with no warning on their page that some of their achievements are broken. Buyer beware, and oh thanks for your money.

I don't play games solely for their ahievements, but when they are there, I enjoy the extra challenge and replayability that they give. I; however, also went to college not for the grades but to learn. If I were to enter a class and find out that if I 100% every test I would receve an 85 max I would probably have been miffed (anyone still use that word?). This is the same.

Not only do I not endorse this game; I will subsequently refuse to purchase any games from the devs and publisher in the future. There is nothing that is more telling (imo) of a person or company that will take money from you for a product or service and not stand behind it. With so many games on steam, I would love to see valve start holding devs accountable for selling broken products and ban them from selling here again. I love steam for all it does to fill my entertainment void at times. Devs like this one don't deserve to be a part of it.

Cheers.
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45 of 55 people (82%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
9.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 13, 2015
I'm conflicted as to whether I could recommend this game or not.

-On one hand it had beautiful, intricate illustrations, a solid duration and a lot of puzzles which I found refreshing. It's been a while since I played a hidden object game that didn't feel too short. It also had some charming Indiana Jones references that made me smile and I really liked the protagonist. Bonus points for having different difficulty settings, that's always a nice and considerate touch. The best part is that this isn't a clear-cut hidden object game. It has many mini-games but also many adventure elements that kept my interest and made the experience even more enjoyable. Oh, and it has a bunch of extra hidden-object and other mini-games after you finish the game! Yay!


-On the other hand the 3d animation is almost funny in it's crudeness, which becomes even worse when compared to the aforementioned jaw-droppingly beautiful illustrations. The plot may be interesting but the writing is bad. Some scenes are so poorly written that they become disconnected from one another, to the point I thought I'd skipped some in-between ones that explained how we got from point A to point B (no, unfortunately that was not the case and yes, I double-checked). The voice acting was hilariously slow and boring.
But most importantly the puzzles were not challenging even on the expert difficulty.

I still had a good time it's true, but there's one thing that really annoyed me, and tipped the scale into me not being able to recommend this. There are 2 specific puzzles in the game, one being the final one, that are near impossible to complete on a pc. It was clear the game was meant for touch-screens and those 2 would have been a breeze if I had one. But I don't and neither should I since I bought this on Steam and not for my tablet. This is something that should have been addressed and fixed before it was released on Steam.

I spent the better part of an hour trying to frantically click through the tiles of the final door puzzle. That was obviously not intended by the developers, seeing how easy that task was on tablets. It wasn't fun and neither felt rewarding when I finally made it.

There are other minor problems like some pixel-hunting and adventuring that just don't make sense -you have to look through the weirdest places to find an item that will give you a solution to a riddle no sane person would ever imagine, but they are not even close to being as irritating as the final door puzzle.

So yeah, I can't recommend it although that doesn't mean it's bad. Overall I had a good time, even if I lost some sanity points somewhere at the end. It's rough around the edges and that simply did not rock my boat.

Try it at your own risk.
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63 of 85 people (74%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 16, 2015
If you are a completionist or an achievement hunter, do not buy this game, since 5 achievements are currently do not unlock and it probably won't be fixed.
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35 of 50 people (70%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
5.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 28, 2014
A casual point-and-click adventure with puzzles, beautiful art and a decent amount of Hidden Object scenes.
While it has high production values for a HO game, after 2/3 of the game, I kind of zoned out and ignored everything except for the Hidden Object parts, as I was bored out of my skull.
I can't remember when I last heard lines... delivered... so... slowly. Even William Shatner delivers dialogue faster than this.
The writer clearly wanted to make an Indiana Jones or Tomb Raider epic but got lost somewhere in the endless sideplotting and should have focussed less on twists and cut scenes and more on great puzzles.
There is the constant backtracking, where suddenly new items shows up either just after you have visited a scene or 10 minutes later.
The game also has a problem in navigation in that you are really not aware that there might be extra scenes to your left or right, as it gives no indication they are there.
I usually give these types of HO games a thumbs up due to good puzzles, good HO scenes and a decent amount of play time, but the boredom of this made me even skip the extras and the "Collectors Edition" adventure.
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27 of 36 people (75%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.9 hrs on record
Posted: September 23, 2014
This is my foray into hidden object games as a player. I've casually observed others play them in the past, so I had some idea of what to expect. I'm not easily impresssed, but Melissa K. and the Heart of Gold impressed me. The production values are high. The cinematics and voice work are better than I expected. The artwork is top-notch. The story that creates a narrative for the gameplay is intriguing enough to want to see how it plays out. The puzzles so far are not brain-taxing, but they are not as brain-dead as something in recent Telltale games (which I enjoy and appreciate as interactive fiction).

For the price, this game is a steal. We all know that Steam is now overflowing with substandard, buggy, amateur, and ill-conceived titles. This is NOT one of those. I find this ttitle a welcome diversion from my console JPRGs and Skyrim on the PC.
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21 of 27 people (78%) found this review helpful
Recommended
22.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 23, 2015
I was surprised at how engaging this storyline is, especially for a scripted, and hidden-object puzzler, which don't often hold my interest for long; I played through the basic story in ~under 7 hours or so.

tl/dr:
Fun puzzler, will take 5+hours for an adult on first playthrough (with some use of hint button/strategy guide - which is provided in the options menu in-game); worth the price.

Pros:
1.) Hint button timer can be set to fast or slow, and the difficulty of the game describes these options *clearly* at game start.

2.) Cinematics can be skipped - but there is an achivement for watching them all without skipping. Some are annoying, and all take a bit too long imo, but they're tasteful, if low budget.

3.) Puzzle instructions are clear, but puzzles themselves can be challenging. There are extra puzzles at the end, and three different difficulties for several of them.

4.) Music can be turned off, but if you like Enigma-type music it should suit some of your taste.

5.) Safe for kids, but not patronizingly idealistic/simplistic.

Cons:
1.) For those interested in achievements/completionists, you will inevetibly need to play through at least twice if you don't carefully read the achievements. Most can be unlocked in normal game play, but some are related to puzzles or events that are just tedious, and the skip button becomes so very easy to use, thus preventing the accumulation of a completion in some challenges.
EDIT1a.) ALL puzzles and extras are available in the extras menu after game completion, and the achieves do pop from solving them there.

2.) For those interested in stunning graphics, you will be nonplussed by the decade-old character textures and limited facial expressions, though animations are fairly fluid and overall animation quality isn't unbearable. One character looks close to Nathan Fillian's appearance from his Firefly days.

3.) Some puzzles are dependent on spotting almost miniscule variations in item texture. While the puzzle isn't hard once you figure out what to do, finding that first tiny button is sometimes annoying if you don't know that's what you're looking for.

~In terms of a puzzle game, this one get 7.5/10 from me, which means it's not a failing grade.
EDIT - After solving the puzzles in the extras menu, this goes up to an 8.5. Very nice!

~In terms of creativity and clarity of puzzles, there were some good ones, and some were very well thought out; most will complete (and some even show the perfect solution) when you're 'close enough' that it's not absurdly tedious (the string puzzle will explain this remark): 8/10.

~In terms of a story game, this one gets 8/10 from me because there were things I didn't see coming, and yet those things weren't outrageously unbelievable, though some of the plotline was difficult to follow without using hints.

~In terms of technical difficulties, I ecountered none; 10/10 on this front.
EDIT - There are five achievements that don't pop on Steam, but that do properly award in the game; assuming the devs correct this minor issue, we will (presumably) one day get all the achieves at login.

Very nice work, SDP Games!

This review is based only on the base game, not the CE content.

EDIT - Having finished the CE content, let me add an 8-8.5/10 for that. You learn more about the Nathan Fillian character (he has the right personality for this, and dialogue is simple, but engaging and amusing - well done, here!) and his motivations, and gain a new player ability that makes looking at things a new way an absolute.

CE content adds about 2 hours to the game (with some use of the hint button).

Good game overall in its genre. As a rule I play wargames and puzzlers, with some side-scrollers and 3rd person shooters, and this game got my attention on content alone. 8-8.5/10 overall.

@Devs - Please do fix those couple of achieves! :)
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