"Before we knew it, what we once knew as 'freedom' became nothing more but a faint and distant memory." Venture forth and discover the truth behind the seemingly perfect OmniCare society in Sinless: a unique point n' click and visual novel hybrid, set in an original cyberpunk reality.
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Positive (45 reviews) - 80% of the 45 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Dec 16, 2015

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July 4

Minor bug fix + price drop!

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“Through musical and visual composition, Sinless creates a depth of feel and emotion that are refreshing and engaging for the player.”
8 – RETRONUKE

“As beautiful as these visuals are(..)the sound design is really what's nailing it for me here. It's really what's giving this world depth.”
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Buy Sinless on Steam and get the fantastic Soundtrack from the game for free. A set of cool cyber-tunes will accompany you wherever you want!

About This Game

Sinless is a unique combination of a classic point n' click and visual novel with many references and inspirations from classics of the genre, such as Snatcher, or Rise of the Dragon. Add to that custom, inhouse designed lightning and parallax effects, along with a dedicated awesome Soundtrack and original storyline, we hope you will enjoy your stay!

Planned out as a trilogy, experience the first episode also known as the Reveal, which will be followed by Revolution and Revelations accordingly.

Welcome to the Omni-Care sanctioned city. The world as we know it has come to an end and a New Order has taken over. Life is seemingly perfect, in an almost utopian society humans have to officialy schedule their whole days in advance via "ports" - mandatory cybernetic implants. Large commercial entities who also happen to be port manufacturers have replaced governments and crime is practically non existent. You are the hero of this exciting cyberpunk tale, about to start a regular day, only for it to unfold in the most unexpected manner revealing the true nature of the multi-layered city.


Featuring:

-A unique, carefully planned out story and lore: It is important to remember that you are thrown into a world of specific rules, laws, customs, lingo, social segregation etc which you will learn and unravel in time along the way.

-Old school gameplay: meaning little to no handholding. We wanted to give the player the choice of freedom and to discover and unravel the story at their own pace, hence Sinless offers little to no handholding. Therefore many features or lore related backstories/explanations are not thrown in your face. Instead they are somewhere in the world, waiting to be discovered; be it a feature, easter-egg/game reference, or world news event etc. But fear not, optional hints highlighting interactive points will be available from the get-go.

-Hand crafted with love: Thousands of frames of hand crafted animations, graphics,textures and other assets. We put a lot of effort and attention to the lore and story as well as the general vibe- that the graphics and soundtrack complement themselves to create the desired tone.

-A fitting and engaging dynamic Original Soundtrack by Roland Redwood, designed and tailored specifically for the game.

-Custom inhouse designed visual features: Taking the extra horsepower of computers to good use, the Steam edition of Sinless underwent a serious overhaul. For aesthetic reasons the game was originally designed in a 4:3 aspect ratio. Now, after countless hours of work, all assets have been reworked for a new 3:2 and 16:9 aspect ratio, with even more cool, custom inhouse designed lighting and post effects. We intensified the particle and weather effects as well, as well as reworked other assets to higher resolutions.

-Game Over: when we said "old school" experience we were dead serious. You will die...alot. Well, maybe not that much as in the Souls series, but unless you are a point n' click pro, an unexpected end to your journey will be commonplace. Heck, we even took it a level further where discovering all possible endgames is a feature and accomplishment within itself. Luckily there's a checkpoint system which will take you back to the last safe point. And fear not, we left it at that (so no trolling in the vein of which some old school classics are notorious for ie AITD where you could break a mandatory quest item at the very begining of the game)... but we never can be sure of what the future may bring... ;)

-Easter egss & references. Yup, we got that covered. Sinless is a love letter to classic games,systems and news, both old and new. Rise of the Dragon, Dredd (2013), Deus Ex, Dark Souls, Sleeping Dogs.... the list goes on and on. Will you find them all?

-Stay safe Citizen. And don't forget to install your scheduled Progs!

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Dual core from Intel or AMD at 2.0 GHz
    • Graphics: nVidia 320M or higher, or Radeon 7000 or higher, or Intel HD 3000 or higher
    Minimum:
    • OS: OSX 10
    • Processor: Intel Dual Core
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Positive (45 reviews)
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Edward 101
2.9 hrs
Posted: July 30
This point and click game has a great sound composition.
The visuals look like they just jumped out of an artbook, but this together with the music is exactly what really let you sink into the game after a while.
The mini-games, are better or as good as the most of the dirt-cheap games I own and, will help to alleviate the boredom.
Most of the achievements are easy to come by.
The card-set consists of six cards.
If you're doubting, get yourself a 90% coupon and buy it for less than a buck.
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FLESHWELDER
0.3 hrs
Posted: July 28
What a waste of money cant recommend this game.
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Salty Baguette
3.8 hrs
Posted: June 26
Colorfoul and enjoyable. If you dont have the patience to read, this is not the game for you.
Awesome soundtrack!!
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Link
3.2 hrs
Posted: June 6
Waste of money.

The game is buggy, several of the things you click will freeze the game causing you to lose progress repeatedly.

It's not fun, especially having to leave an area to pick up an item and walk back. That's just pointless padding to add to gameplay time, nothing happens between the events.

Of course it has a boring poorly written sci-fi story to go along.

This game should come with a coupon for anti-depressants or at least a black box warning if you plan on completing it.
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zolar
6.1 hrs
Posted: May 29
This game is short, but enjoyable.
There are three things I particulary liked about the game:

The artstyle is great. I'm normally not a fan of point and click adventures but in this case it is more like exploring an interactive picture.

This idea of a cyberpunk setting is interesting.

The soundtrack is for me the highlight. I actually heard the soundtrack more often than I played the game.

All in all I would recommend. The game plus OST is worth the 4,99 €. (I got it with a coupon, tho..)
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Viktoria
3.8 hrs
Posted: May 28
Awesome
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KennedyHxc
4.3 hrs
Posted: May 19
I'm not a fan of point&click. But this cyberpunk style caught my attention and seriously i am not disapointed. Waiting for the next 2 episode now!
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{*DeBug 5v0enix*}
6.0 hrs
Posted: May 8
This game is great. I was here minding my own business, enjoying the game and the fuidity until I reached the cyberslut portion. The puzzle is not logical at all. I connect the pipes so that the red can surge through to blue yet the damned puzzle will nto solve. Someone please take a screenshot of how to get passed this stupid puzzle so I can get back to enjoying this game. I would've given this game a 10/10 up until this point. Now its jumped down to 6/10 due to unlogical puzzles. Jeeez man, I was really fracking enjoying this game too.

Guess I have to place it on my "unplayable" list.
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Volve
4.2 hrs
Posted: April 27
Developers, plz, add rus.lng.
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Drizvolta
1.2 hrs
Posted: March 8
Hey, remember <videogame>? Terrible references, terrible proofreading, and awful, awful heavy-handed story.

The soundtrack is pretty good though.
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
31 of 36 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 19, 2015
Sinless is a cyberpunk point and click adventure game, and manages to be dizzyingly beautiful and an aural treat, dragged down by everything else. This is part one of a three part trilogy, and unfortunetly there is no satisfying conclusion yet. The story isn't terribly interesting and unfortunetly filled full of contemporary video game references. It feels cheap and I can't say I really care for the developer's taste in games. The characters are pretty much stock standard and the dialogue is just ok. It really just doesn't bring any interesting ideas to the table, it's mostly full of tropes. I could excuse this if there was a philosophical theme, but this doesn't really happen, the game takes a more action approach and prefers to dazzle with it's atmosphere.

Where the game truly shines is it's ability to create an immersive environment. This is a game you want to wear headphones with, the music and sound effects really bring you into the world. The visual design is quite unique and uses massive amounts of lens flair and bloom on the lighting, as well as blurring and pixilating everything. And it works well. If you take a close look, it looks like quite a lot of the assets are actually photographs put through a filter. I'd consider this a cheap way for the developers to create assets, but it works fine for most of the part. The asthetic is something resembling Deus Ex: Human Revolution if it were set in Japan. It's not 80's cyberpunk, but it still has a lot of the Asian influence. The game also delivers on the classic bleak rain, neon lights, dark alleys, illict augs and a lot of drugs. It's used somewhat sparingly and works well in the games context.

However, I had quite a lot of difficulty navigating through the city. Unfortunetly, the visual design doesn't lend itself to guiding the player well. Unless you take note of everything on the screen, you may find yourself not knowing how to continue. I'm fine with a bit of exploration, but it's never clear exactly where you can go. I also found it easy to miss dialogue options, as the section requires you to click and drag to scroll and will often add new options without marking or otherwise bringing them to your attention. Like most players, I go from top to bottom in the dialogue list, but I've seen cases where the options are added above your last clicked dialogue option, making it a little confusing.

As of the first release, there are a number of issues with graphics failing to load, leaving you with a black screen or only part of the scene. At this point, the only thing to do is to reset. Luckily, the game will always bring you back to where you are, so it's not a big deal, but still an annoyance. I expect this will be patched fairly quickly.

Although Sinless fails on many fronts, I feel it's definetely worth the small amount of money, just to experience the atomosphere. I got around 2 hours of playtime out of it, and I'm quite happy with the game and am anticipating the second part.
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39 of 63 people (62%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 16, 2015
Played roughly half an hour-- will update review and maybe give it half an hour more, but honestly?

It wants to be cyberpunk, but it isn't. Nor is it enjoyable.

It uses so many generic elements that it feels like no more than a throwup of uninteresting and overused tropes. I don't see what I'm supposed to appreciate about Sinless. The setting is probably one of the most cliche dystopian settings, in which government uses 'chips' to control minds, yada.

Visuals look nice from the screenshots, but holy damn do they go overboard with the lighting-- often to the point that you can't even see what's going on.

Characters are generally flat, boring, and uninteresting. No presence of tone, word choice, or personality differentation between characters. Conversation and dialogue may as well have been done by robots, seeing how generic and one-dimensional every single character happens to be. Seriously, they might as well all just be the same person. I wouldn't know. Even with 'dialogue choices', everything you can talk about simply bores you to tears.

Save your money. Go try something with an original concept and actual cyberpunk flair like Gemini Rue. This isn't worth it.
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22 of 33 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
4.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 12
This game has amazing visuals, a very interesting world and premise, but the writing could be more engaging, as I never felt attached to my character or really curious about what was going on. Right now, there is only one chapter of this game complete. I'll update this review as the rest is released, but right now I cannot recommend this. Not the worse game ever, but not the most interesting P&C game.
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13 of 21 people (62%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 18, 2015
This game is a point and click rpg style game. If you dont have the patience to read, this is not the game for you, but I have to say, this is one of the most amazing cyberpunk games I've ever played.
The immersion is perfect, and the vibe from the art and sound perfectly says 'Cyberpunk'.
The music for this game really contributes the art.
If you like Cyberpunk games, don't pass up this rare gem.
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8 of 12 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 17, 2015
Something nice for a change. Great art! I enjoyed the colors and style. Also the soundtrack is very good. The game itself quite interesting and addictive. I recommend.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 19
I'm not a fan of point&click. But this cyberpunk style caught my attention and seriously i am not disapointed. Waiting for the next 2 episode now!
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 29
This game is short, but enjoyable.
There are three things I particulary liked about the game:

The artstyle is great. I'm normally not a fan of point and click adventures but in this case it is more like exploring an interactive picture.

This idea of a cyberpunk setting is interesting.

The soundtrack is for me the highlight. I actually heard the soundtrack more often than I played the game.

All in all I would recommend. The game plus OST is worth the 4,99 €. (I got it with a coupon, tho..)
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 26
Colorfoul and enjoyable. If you dont have the patience to read, this is not the game for you.
Awesome soundtrack!!
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: February 16
Loved it. Very intersting theme. It got me hooked until the end. Maybe the dialogs could be a bit better but the graphics and different environments were pleasant. Easy achievements also.
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 22, 2015
Sinless is a point & click adventure game made to resemble golden adventure classics from 90s and yet introducing some novel improvements to the genre.

The game play itself reminds me the polished version of the classic adventure from my childhood days "Rise of the Dragon". It has the same cyberpunk feel to it without going overboard with it.

The game has some really fantastic audio-visual presentation. If I had to compare it to some animated movie, it would be famous "Ergo Proxy" anime, which has similar distinctive theme.

The game starts a little slow, but after a while you just can't get away from it.
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