Don your cape and mask and join the Supreme League of Patriots in this hilarious and irreverent superhero comedy adventure!
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Release Date: Jan 29, 2015

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“The results are hours of laughs with dashes of clever satire”
4/5 – Examiner

“I enjoyed the ride and would come back for more. Go pick this up now so we can get a Season 2”
B – JustAdventure

“The colorful cast of characters and the creativity displayed by developer No Bull Intentions are thoroughly enjoyable, and the general feel-good vibe and comic-style art direction suit the gameplay really well.”
75/100 – Softpedia

About This Game

Don your cape and mask and join the Supreme League of Patriots in this hilarious and irreverent superhero comedy adventure!

Poking fun at pop culture, politics, reality TV and more, join Kyle Keever in his politically incorrect quest to win a spot on the newest hit reality TV show, America's Got Superpowers. But when a freak accident turns Kyle's alter-ego, the Purple Patriot, into his main ego and triggers real superpowers at the cost of his sanity (and good taste), Kyle's got a new mission to become the hero New York deserves, and definitely not the one it wants.

Navigating a twisted world of vigilantes and villains with his cheeky and sarcastic sidekick Mel, Kyle's got a lot to learn about the world of superheroes!


  • Classic point and click gameplay with a hilarious modern sense of humor
  • Upgrade and buy the season pass for three episodes of fully-voiced satirical superhero antics--all episodes available at once, and includes the soundtrack!
  • Two playable characters of Kyle Keever aka The Purple Patriot and his sarcastic sidekick Mel
  • Tiered hint system to make the game as challenging as you want it to be
  • Discover, befriend and declare your enemies from the city’s zany and colorful cast of superheroes and archenemies
  • Fantastic original soundtrack composed by Jake "Virt" Kaufman!
  • Fight for something resembling justice from the sewers of New York to the theatres of Broadway!

System Requirements

Mac OS X
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    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8
    • Processor: 2 GHz (Single Core)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD 5000 or better with 256MB VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8
    • Processor: 2 GHz (Dual Core)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD or Nvidia with 512MB VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
    • OS: OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or newer
    • Processor: Intel 2 GHz (Dual Core)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD or Nvidia with 256MB VRAM
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • OS: OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or newer
    • Processor: Intel 2 GHz (Dual Core)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD or Nvidia with 512MB VRAM
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • OS: Ubuntu
    • Processor: 2 GHz (Dual Core)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD 5000 or better with 256MB VRAM
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
    • Processor: 2 GHz (Dual Core)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD or Nvidia with 512MB VRAM
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 13
This game is such a mess. Requiring certain event flags before you can interact with items is a chore, and I don't like the interface either. The writing beats you over the head with its "satire" and relentless breaking of the 4th wall. Apparently the game was made in 2015 and yet the dated references make it feel several years older. This trilogy just isn't worth your time based on the first episode alone.

For the adventure game nuts: Spacebar shows hotspots in the room, and there is fast travel via a map although you won't be doing it very often in this game.
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51 of 65 people (78%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
4.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 10, 2015
Supreme League of Patriots is a point-and click superhero parody in which the player controls "The Purple Patriot" and his alter ego, Kyle – a clumsy and not that bright guy whose dream is to win a spot on the newest hit reality TV show, America's Got Superpowers.

The salt and pepper of this game is given by the dialogs, which are supposed to be funny, but in fact they are mostly satiric and witty, and at times bland and annoying. The game is overall slow paced, most of the time is spent on reading the dialogs and the actual puzzle sequences are rather few. Clicking an object triggers a whole set of dialogues and there is no option to skip them even if you went through them once (you can skip the lines one by one, but not the whole dialogue). Sometimes the player can’t solve the puzzle even if he has the right object in the right place, since it can’t be used until Kyle has spoken to a particular character. Other times Kyle’s character blocks the objects which the player needs to interact with. And sometimes there is no indication about what the player is expected to do, even after exploring all the dialogues.

Overall, I consider that the price is too high for the quality that the game offers, even for one episode, so I would advise to purchase it during a sale. On a positive note, it’s very easy to obtain all the achievements because most of them are story related. There is no need to do 2 playthroughs to get 100% completion since the game comes with a save/load feature which means that you can save the game at key points and reload in order to explore other paths.

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47 of 63 people (75%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 26, 2015
This review is based purely on Issue 1 of the series - the review will be updated as and when I complete the following chapters.

Supreme League of Patriots is a point and click adventure game, developed by No Bull Intentions, releasing in January 2015. The game has huge comical elements with the focus more on the story and plot rather than the game play.

Other than moving around and interacting with objects in the game world, there isn't really much to do. The puzzles are easily worked out and are very few and far between. The majority of the few puzzles revolve around combining the objects you have picked up, the only remotely challenging puzzles I had was the controls and UI, which I will go more onto later in the review. All of the NPCs in the game can be interacted with and have plenty of dialog options for you to exhaust.

Graphically, Supreme League of Patriots looks colourful and childlike, with most of the character looking more like they have been pulled out of a Nickelodeon. Whilst some people may not think that is a bad thing, but since the game is actually supposed to be based around comic book super heroes, I would have liked to have seen a more comic book theme going on. On top of the mediocre graphics, the animation is not really much better either, some of it either just looks awkward or just plain awful. Characters make really odd movements to get around objects, their walk animations looks janky and odd.

From what I have played so far, the story is following a stereotypical American young man, and boy to the play on the stereotypes, and a witty sarcastic English man. The two together make quite a funny pairing, and the dialogue between all of the characters are really good too. Each piece of dialog has some sort of comical attachment to it as well, it will have you chuckling along through it all. The first chapter ends at a good moment and sets up the second part nicely. You can pretty much guess some of the plot points before they even, they are just that obvious, but it will still be interesting to see where they take it.

Every character in the game is voice acted to an extremely high standard, the English character is spot on with the accent. There are some voices which are quite obviously taking the mick out of some well-known celebrities such as Simon Cowell and David Hasselhoff.

Since there isn't that much game play involved at least in the first chapter of the game, there is hardly any difficulty involved so far. Like I said, the only difficult part I had was the actual user interface, there is no form of tutorial to explain how to interact with objects you have picked up, you'll also need to combine items together in good Point and click fashion - this involves you opening one of the many inventory screens you have access to. When scrolling towards the bottom of the screen, one of the inventory screen pops up, this is where you select the item which is "active" in the game world that lets you "use" items with items in the world. This took me a good few minutes to figure out on my own - this could of easily of been solved with a small tutorial explaining it.

The first episode took me two hours to complete, this I feel is an OK length since there is another two episodes to come, which I would anticipate to be of the same length if not more. I did actually find myself wanting to get a couple of the achievements as well, leading to me saving at key points so I could reload to unlock the achievements.

The technical side of the game is sound. I played the game using the Steam Controller using a very basic control configuration and had no problems. Obviously the game will work just as well with the mouse though. An odd issue I did run into is that the game will not run in windows mode on certain resolutions, it will just crash to desktop giving you a message saying it’s not supported - not a massive deal, but still something which should not be a problem.

To sum up, so far, Supreme League of Patriots looks to be an interesting title. I am looking forward to see where the game takes the plot, and I am hoping to see a little more puzzle and game play elements being added into the later stages of the next few chapters. I am more looking forward to seeing more of the comical back and forth between the two characters. People who really enjoy the British sense of humour will really get a lot of enjoyment out of it; if you don't enjoy it, you'll probably be better of skipping this title because it is basically a walking joke the whole way through.

Tom's Score Card
1) Stay away
2) Not Recommended
3) Only recommended when on sale
4) Recommended
5) Highly recommended
6) This is a must play

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33 of 40 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 11, 2015
Easy as pie classic style point and click, but it's still pretty fun to go through it especially if you like silly humor, superheroes, and the references a plenty that go with it.
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22 of 26 people (85%) found this review helpful
4.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 31, 2015
Played the first episode right through today and had a lot of fun with it. There is no deep story or mind bending puzzles here- just simple point and click, with a little inventory puzzling. It is silly and can even be annoying at times but in a good way.
Impossible to get stuck due to the ingame help system- the voice acting suits the characters as does the cartoony graphics.
can't wait to play the other two episodes!
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16 of 20 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
4.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 30, 2015
Its a refreshing point and click game. You can't really take this game seriously but that's okay. It is fun in its own weird way. I'll try to sum up the pros and cons for you:

+ the story is goofy
+ the character you play makes you feel relieved that you finished high school
+ nice background music

- the graphics for the characters could be improved
- too much dialogue at certain points in the game which can be frustrating, especcialy if you have to talk to mell in order to find out where objects might be
- no flow in the game play. You have to talk to Mell a lot which is a pain in the ♥♥♥ with the amount of dialogue

Overall the game is fun to play but I do wish they would change some things:

* Moving around using ASDW
* shorter dialogues
* improved character graphics
* easier access to items while investigating/using them
* improve the main character's IQ so you don't need Mell for everything

If you like a goofy point and click game than this game is for you :)
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18 of 25 people (72%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
8.5 hrs on record
Pre-Release Review
Posted: January 29, 2015
There are few things as vapid or as insipid as the Saturday night television lineup. Countless celebrity chat shows and talent(less) competitions litter the schedule, each one an almost identical copy of the other. You could liken those shows to television junk food – the type that really clogs your arteries up and causes a cardiac event in later life. There’s never anything original on either, like, say, ‘America’s Got Death Defiers’. Our weekend television schedules are positively crying out for some originality! Supreme League of Patriots has the answer and its protagonist, Kyle Keever, has set his eyes on winning the America’s Got Superpowers crown. Kyle’s ultra cynical British pal Mel is also on hand to give some moral support, as well as the occasional intelligence based insult. Over the course of the first episode the pair take the world to task on everything from police brutality to homophobia.

Supreme League of Patriots follows the Telltale formula, splitting its story up into three distinct ‘issues’ as they’d call them in the comic book world. The Telltale comparisons is particularly noteworthy not only because the game is an episodic point and click, but also due to its similarities to the Sam & Max series. Having said that, Sam & Max always toed the line between adult and kid-friendly humour, whereas Patriots takes a hop, a skip and a jump over that line, so expect adult gags aplenty.

As the inaugural episode of the series you’ll become acquainted with Kyle and Mel, their apartment and their day jobs. Kyle is a professional lay about with a dream of becoming a professional actor, he enjoys pizza, porn and sleeping. He thinks he can get his big break by entering America’s Got Superpowers as “The Purple Patriot”, a hilariously off-colour interpretation of Uncle Sam. His mate Mel is much the same but he also works in the computing department at the local police force.

Kyle’s a bit of an idiot and forgets where his audition is so you start off by around the apartment for the address and then create a map to the television studio. Once you’ve accomplished that you are on your way, and the game’s silly humour really starts to kick in.

The action plays out much like any other point and click game, meaning you’ll have to keep an eye out for points of interest in each location and pick up any items that might come in useful. Kyle isn’t a particularly talented chap, so most of the puzzles revolve around helping him cheat his way through his audition. Whether it’s helping him feign superhuman strength or the ability to fly, you’ll need to think outside of the box. Failing that, you can always just mouse around the screen until you find something that you missed earlier. If you get really stuck you can also consult Mel, who will see you through some of the harder to decipher puzzles.

Supreme League of Patriots main draw isn’t its bog-standard gameplay, rather it’s the discourse between Kyle, Mel and the other goofballs you’ll meet between the game’s opening and closing scenes. Every location is packed with stand out one-liners, such as Mel’s ex-girlfriend calling her ♥♥♥♥♥♥ “old glory” because she expected it to be treated with reverence. The game also takes a masked swipe at TV talent show judges who bear a striking resemblance to David Hassellhoff and Simon Cowell, painting one as a talentless oaf and the other as a “privately gay” gentleman. Barring a few duff, borderline homophobic jokes the writing is startlingly on point and self-aware, ridiculing how bland and repetitive point and click games can be at times. There’s a joke in there for pretty much everyone and the humour is spread on so thick that both Yanks and Brits alike will get have a giggle. The script isn’t a laugh-a-minute by any means, but it kept a crease at the edges of my lips from start to finish.

As I mentioned before, the game bears the usual hallmarks of the point and click genre and does little to shake things up, so chances are you will enjoy Patriots if you are a fan of the genre, and detest it if not. The humour is always the main focus of the game though, and the tasks you’ll complete are simply there to keep the gags rolling in.

Issue one of Supreme League of Patriots ends on a cliffhanger, as all good episodic content does, leaving Kyle, ahem, The Purple Patriot in a precarious situation. Will he make it out alive? Will Mel stop being such a sarcastic knob? Will Simon Cowell ever come out of the closet? All of these questions and more might be answered in issue two, so stay tuned for my review. Oh, and definitely pick up issue one while you are at it!
Thanks to Pheonix Online SPublishing for the promotional review copy. Original review available here:
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17 of 24 people (71%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
5.8 hrs on record
Posted: March 5
It's impossible to do much of anything in this game without having to sit through a lengthy dialog. Every action you take, every item you click on you have to listen to the long, annoying, pointless comments of the horrible British side kick, who appears to serve no purpose except to spout line after line of unfunny dialog while walking around holding a U.K. flag for some reason. Since many of the puzzles in the game don't have much logic to them, you end up clicking on things in the environment over and over again to try to find something to advance the story. And when you do, you get the exact same long-winded run of wissecracks over and over again. I was constantly clicking left mouse to try to skip through it all before just giving up.
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15 of 21 people (71%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 11, 2015
Info for deaf and hard of hearing people:
Fully Accessible. Every dialogue is fully subtitled, it can be set via options. The default seems to be turned on.

I only played episode 1.

  • Dialogue can’t be skipped. You can skip chat balloon by chat balloon, but not whole conversations at once. If you redo a conversation, have fun clicking through all that again. In addition, you can’t skip scenes either.
  • Too much dialogue. Sometimes it’s just too much. Especially if you can’t skip them or go through them fast. Too contrived.
  • Dialogue is at times forcedly witty. Or forcedly dumb, depending on which character is speaking at that moment. It can get tiring very quick.
  • Need to follow a certain order of talks. Sometimes you wish you could skip a bit to get an event triggered, but you still need to talk to a specific person about something specific to get the last in-game ‘clue’ so that you can actually do the actual action. ‘But all adventures have that!’ I hear you say. While that may be true, this one has made it annoying.
  • Inventory management is annoying. There are two ways of accessing the inventory, and both are slow. I am sure this could be improved.
  • The storyline is simple. Do not expect any deep story with this game. At the start of the game, the characters you play made this abundantly clear: The plot is painfully thin!
  • Game is episodic. If you finish one episode, you get a cliffhanger and can wait for the next episode. Oh joy. As a result, the game is relatively short if you have only one episode.
  • Loading screens are a tad excessive. I can’t believe this game is that taxing to not make the transitions to the next scene instant. Even going to the room next to the current one invokes the loading screen.
  • Sometimes it is a bit slow. Walk faster, dammit!

  • The game has a tutorial. At least now you’ll get some clue what to do! (Except it doesn’t mention that pressing the spacebar will highlight all interactable items. Now you know!)
  • Options are sufficient. There is also an option to tell the game how much it should help you during gameplay. If you idle, the smartass character is going to comment a possible action you could undertake. Impossible to get stuck.
  • Graphics suits this theme. Goofy graphics for a goofy game. For its goofiness, the graphics are nicely done. Everything’s displayed clearly, hard to miss! Animations are decent.
  • Dialogue can be funny. There are witty lines among them and the fourth wall gets broken regularly to get a joke across.
  • Each character have their own distinctiveness. You know who is who, sort of.
  • Pokes a lot of fun at the American life. You know you like that!

If you can get this game for under five bucks, it might be worth it. Personally I’d suggest no more than two bucks at most because it’s an episodic game and you’d be paying more easily if you wanted to complete this series.

You need to love goofy (or lame) humour in order to appreciate this. I survived Episode 1, but I’m not entirely sure I’d want to get the rest of the series. This is NOT the same quality of humour as Monkey Island. If you are the person who always tells lame jokes and your friends groan and tell you to cut it out already with all those lame jokes, it might be THE game for you!

Yet, I’ll recommend this game, with a strong suggestion to get it with a big discount only. This game’s humour is definitely not for everybody!
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10 of 12 people (83%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 18, 2015
First I'd like to give a big thanks to the developers for donating their game to those who recieved the trash port of Arkham Knight. Their compassion is truly something to be marveled at in the extremely corporate video game industry. However, I cannot in good faith recommend this game to anyone with a sound sense of humor. Unfortunately, it's really boring, and I found myself having to force myself to even smile at any joke they pulled off. The load times are irritating to say the least, and overall it's just not a quality videogame. I'm sure the devs will be able to create a much better IP in future, but for now I'd stay away from this.
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2.9 hrs
Posted: October 7
The writing, voice acting, music, visiuals are all quite good but at the same time they are so boring and bland I just don't get it. For me this dwells in the same league as visual novels. FastClicker.exe through the game using guide to get 100% achievements and don't even bother to understad what's is going on. Nah for all 3 parts.
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0.3 hrs
Posted: October 2
Holy mother of God, have the creators of this game ever heard the term "immersion"? Because they seem to be under oath to break it as hard and as many times as possible. Whenever a character speaks (which is very often), the music volume goes down, the screen goes dimmer, the character appears in the foreground, and the dialog happens. Dialog over, game back to normal. After 10 seconds, dialog mode again. You get the picture.
I like the visuals, the music is superb, the setup is promising, but the game dynamic described above simply freaks me out within minutes. Looking for anything is so incredibly annoying that I didn't get as far solve the first task.
Obviously a lot of effort went into this game, and it just saddens me that it's all wasted due to a handful of horrendous design decisions. Thumbs down.
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Give Gamer Girlfriend
13.2 hrs
Posted: September 23
Nothing like Superhero League of Hoboken. Nothing like Deadpool either. Pretty sure that bald bitter Brit guy was put in game to annoy the ♥♥♥♥ out of people who look up gaming guides in point & click games.
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2.6 hrs
Posted: September 14
very boring game
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5.8 hrs
Posted: September 11
This game is worth playing and completing.

I'm a game completionist and I rate games on whether or not they're worth completing.
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Zap Rosdower
4.6 hrs
Posted: September 9
They really need to fix this so that lengthy, not funny dialogs don't repeat over and over if you click on something you've already clicked on. It makes playing this a real chore.
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8.1 hrs
Posted: August 22
Seeing the first episode in my backlog I thought why not. A few hours later I'm wiping tears of laughter from my eyes.

Game isn't hard, a simple short adventure, but with 'puzzles' that make more or less sense and really good feedback on how to get them worked our(many other adventures could learn).

Cheesy acting but fine, Mel is really good.

What really did it for me though was the humour. Your mileage may vary, but I'm a fan of political/crass/wit of the Bottom/Blackadder variety and there's a real Ben Eltonesque vibe to this. For me personally it was the funniest adventure I've played since Sam and Max Hit the Road from the early 90's so that's saying something. It's certainly much better than when Telltale was trying 'humour' with the Sam and Max and Monkey Island reboots!

I would urge everyone who got this as part of a bundle or are thinking of getting the first episode on discount to just give it a go. Just play through that and see if it's your kind of humour. Personally I reaally enjoyed it and there hasn't been a near constant stream of chuckles from a game for me for many,many years. Game is standard adventure fare so you shouldn't go into it for that alone(at least for the first simmple issue).

I'll be getting the rest of the issues now of course and hoping the humour maintains the standard.
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Saint Aaron
9.3 hrs
Posted: July 28
Product received for free
Supreme League of Patriots’ clumsy political humor overpowers its sometimes-clever superhero-themed adventuring.

Clever puzzles
Melvin's dry wit
Steam trading cards & achievements

Incendiary commentary
Slow animations
Sub-par acting
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0.6 hrs
Posted: July 1
That line about epilepsy is so annoying. It just keeps repeating every time you idle for as massively long a period as 30s. So an adventure game that keeps prodding you to do things, even if you're having a bit of a think. With the same line. That wasn't funny the first time. 0/5
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