This is Bunker: The Underground Game. You probably never heard of it but since you now have, you are one of the cool kids. Game takes place deep down in a forgotten Soviet bunker. You spend rest of your absurd adventure puzzling, mini gaming, pointing, clicking, hipstering, err humor-ing oh and escaping what is no doubt the weirdest...
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Mixed (41 reviews) - 65% of the 41 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: May 21, 2015

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“Humor filled adventure in spirit of Soviet Union offers a well flowing time travel into era of cold war.”
85/100 – Pelit

“This is a genre that often gets an emphasis put on comedy, but it’s done right here.”
3.5/5 – http://mediadetour.com/2015/05/bunker-the-underground-game-review/

“It is, unquestionably, one of the funniest games I ever have had the pleasure of playing.”
8/10 – Swampascensioncorporation

About This Game

Bunker is a classic point and click adventure that you probably enjoy even if you don't usually play adventure games!



  • Use your wits to solve anything from logical to demented puzzles
  • Witness as the mysterious Soviet story line unravels
  • Finally experience your darkest desire and be a hipster
  • Point and click at stuff and see as the stuff reacts in glorious multimedia
  • Summon an intergalactic death hippo from outer space
  • Listen to awesome soundtrack... and start a nuclear war
  • Discover 33 super secret achievements, if you can...
  • Three different endings ;)

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 2.5 GHz (Single Core) or2 GHz (Dual Core)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible with 512 MB RAM (Shared Memory is not recommended)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
    Recommended:
    • OS: Vista / 7
    • Processor: 2.5 GHz (Single Core) or 2 GHz (Dual Core)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible with 512 MB RAM (Shared Memory is not recommended)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
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Silant_ninja13
3.8 hrs
Posted: July 24
I got this game in a bundle from a thrid party website and i gotta say it was definitely worth it. I have really enjoyed it so far. It's fun to play and funny to watch the dialouge.
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Bai
0.7 hrs
Posted: March 4
I would have played more, if it didn't stop working so often. Once in a while the game will just stop acknowledging clicks. Also, at that point the main character guy stops walking on the floor and starts walking up walls and generally behaving strangely. It just works so badly I cannot recommend it.
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Z71Silverado06
6.1 hrs
Posted: February 9
Dont Really Care For This Game
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Snowfox
7.5 hrs
Posted: January 18
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Bunker: The underground game review
Tags: Indie, Adventure, Point & Click, Comedy, Retro, Funny, Singleplayer, Casual, Cult Classic, Pixel Graphics.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=603135678
A point & click game with a wacky story, difficult puzzles, and many funny moments.
Some of the humor can go right over your head, but a majority of it will catch on. It’s a hit or miss depending on what kind of humor you enjoy. There are numerous references from many different sources, so good luck finding and identifying all of them!

The story follows a young man named Otto Thompson. Unfortunately for Otto, after responding to an appealing date, he is kidnapped and transported to an old underground Russian bunker. You must escape captivity, find a way out of the stony prison, and find out who is behind all of this. I knew it was the cats all along! You can expect a normal playthrough to take 3-4 hours, or less if you use a walkthrough. The gameplay is highly focused on puzzles, as most other point & clicks are.

The puzzles focus on sharp observation of environment and lots of trial and error. The puzzles can feel tedious after a while and I had to consult a guide a fair amount of times when the objective was not clear. Then again, I’m not the best when it comes to environmental queues or solving puzzles. It is nice to note that not all the puzzles are alike: they vary in length and difficulty. Additionally, the main character gives hints if you inspect certain items.

Another feature to this game is the 33 hidden achievements, which can be unlocked in numerous ways. My favorite is secret # 4: KONA-code, where you input part of the Konami code on the save/load screen using the arrow keys located on the same page. Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right. If you like secrets, you should try and unlock all 33 of these conspicuous achievements.

I would also like to add that there is a mini game that you can play towards the end called Swords & Fireballs VII. It’s short, but fun (~15 min).

The bad parts of this game are the price and amount of content. For a $10 game, 3-4 hours of content isn’t that much. Unless you have no problem spending money, I would advise that you think twice before buying, or just wait for a sale to purchase this title. I did not run into any glitches, unless you call the game starting up in German a glitch. I simply fixed this by going into the settings and changing the language to English.

Summary
Overall, this is a point & click game with a humorous story that doesn’t bring much new to the table gameplay wise. If you like point & clicks, definitely put this on your list to check out. Looking back, I am greatly reminded of another point & click adventure game I played a few months back, MechaNika (but MechaNika has a more affordable price tag of $4).

My implemented rating system:
Run away! 1-2/10
Handle with caution… 3-4/10
Buy on sale: 5-6/10
Every day purchase: 7-8/10
Must buy: 9-10/10


This game’s rating: 6.5/10. Unless the price is dropped, I recommend you buy this on sale, or at regular price if you really enjoy point & click adventure games.

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MiMi
12.2 hrs
Posted: January 9
Fun retro classic point and click adventure game filled with communists, computers and cats! The story is wacky: you guide a nerd into escaping from a communist bunker. Lots of silly jokes, lots of vodka and funny computers. A lot of computer games references which I loved. It's almost like a time travel during the cold war era and into the eighties.

The graphics are okay, the music is... err communist. Sadly there's no voice over. The dialogues and descriptions are funny, you either love it or hate it. The difficulty is nicely done, the game is challenging but never unfair. Some of the puzzles are like minigames, totally original ones. The only times you'll really be stuck is because you missed an access to a room, otherwise it's fairly classical stuff, with tools to use and items combo in the inventory.

I recommend the game to all the point and click adventurers out there: it's classical but fun and the unusual cold war setting is priceless. There was moments where the game was totally hilarious and I do hope to see other games from the dev. The game lasted around 6 hours, which is honorable.

Warning: several times during the game vibrations are sent to the XBox controller, some very strong. So don't startle if your PC tower starts shaking. Oddly enough the game cannot be controlled with the controller at all so it must be a communist attack.
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Hawk Zombie
5.4 hrs
Posted: January 7
EDIT: Big has been fixed and the game runs past the projector for me now.

While it doesn't bring anything new to the Point and Click table, it's a solid entry and I personally found it enjoyable.
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Leonards
0.7 hrs
Posted: December 23, 2015
Stuck in the kitchen. Can't exit it...
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Mongoloid Mike
9.4 hrs
Posted: December 20, 2015
Unplayably buggy. In 20 minutes of playtime, which was about 10 minutes of actually playing and 10 minutes of story setup, my character twice touched the wall in an early hallway and got stuck to it. No response to left click to move or to interact with anything else. The first time I Alt-F4'ed and got it going again from the auto save. The second time "continue" just continued with the dork still glued to the wall. I'm done. Uninstall and idle for cards now. Didn't seem like it was going to be too good anyway. Just seemed dead without voice acting, and it didn't look like the attempts at humor were going to work.
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SuperDean
2.9 hrs
Posted: December 2, 2015
a nice little fun game. idk what gliches everyone else is talking about. i did have any gliches or bugs happen to me.
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Killer Treat
0.5 hrs
Posted: November 26, 2015
Edit 8/6/2016 : The developer has patched the game and fixed the bugs! That was my biggest concern and which is why I gave it a negative review, but with that problem gone it is a much more enjoyable game! I do wish the intro was skippable after you've seen it at least once, but as long as you aren't starting the game over a bunch of times it doesn't really matter.

I enjoy point and click adventures and this is a great one, but the price is a tad high for me for the type of game that it is. If you are at all interested in this game though then it is a must buy especially if it is on sale!


Origianl post:

Bugs. Bugs. Bugs. I spent 30 minutes playing the game and couldn't get past the second area because I kept glitching into a wall and not being able to leave. I would have just kept restarting but the intro takes for ever and you can't skip it. If I can't get through the first 2 minutes of playable time then I'm not willing to fight through the whole game.
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26 of 29 people (90%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Recommended
10.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 19, 2015
Just when you thought the Soviet Union was dead, and the worst that could come of hooking up with a Russian girl online was a bad date, along comes Bunker: The Underground Game to suggest otherwise. According to the first game from indie developer Nightly Studios, the last of the true Soviets are alive and well in a secret bunker established just before the fall of the USSR. And they've taken to putting up fake dating profiles to lure in and kidnap innocent Americans. Zany hijinks ensue, or at least they're supposed to; the jokes come thick and fast, but the results are distinctly mixed. Set that aside, though, and you're still left with a decent adventure that packs in some good old-fashioned puzzling.

You play Otto Thompson, a stereotypical geek working in tech support by day and so desperate to spice up his social life that he trawls dating websites by night. One particularly slow Friday night, it looks like his luck has turned when he gets an email from a cute Russian girl, all pretty face and broken English. Naturally, he jumps at it. The only slight problem is that, when the doorbell rings, the cute girl turns out to be not so much a dazzling brunette as a big hairy bloke with a penchant for kidnapping. On the upside, he is Russian, and could even be described as hot if you count all the radiation he's been exposed to.

One jaunty cutscene later, Otto wakes up in the titular bunker, manacled to the wall and worried he's going to get cut up to satisfy his captor's liverlust. Clearly, the first order of business is to escape; in fact, escape is the theme of the whole rest of the game, but rest assured that you'll encounter plenty of twists and turns along the way. The bunker's clearly been around in one form or another for quite some time: one room holds the remnants of a 1984 New Year's party, while in another you run across the logs of a kidnapped scientist who looks like a refugee from a ‘70s blaxploitation flick.

It appears, though, that one of the last acts of a dying USSR was to bring communism's best and brightest to the bunker to wait out the presumed aberration that was the new democratic Russia and plot a new revolution. Or something like that. In any case, it looks like after that the rest of Russia got too busy embracing glasnost and copious quantities of vodka and just kind of forgot about them. Left to their own devices ever since, out in the middle of nowhere and stuck in their late-‘80s time warp, the bunker's denizens have become rather... strange. And that's even before you get to the big mid-game reveal about who's really in charge.

As you've probably guessed, Bunker is squarely targeting zany, LucasArts-style humour, with a side of gaming jokes spread across a variety of genres. The constant scattergun of jokes, parodies and references is rarely laugh-out-loud funny, and occasionally misfires badly, but on the whole it manages to maintain a cheerful mood in contrast to the supposedly grim surroundings. Sometimes it just tries too hard to be funny, like in the intro where Otto says that despite being "one of 13 identical twins" he always felt he was "the most individual of them all", and then one day (the day he got his glasses and came out as a geek) he really was.

At other times, despite the generally good English, the fact that the (Finnish) author isn't a native speaker shows through and flattens an otherwise good joke. For example, at one point you have to shut down the bunker's mainframe and it tells you, "If you think I'm going to start singing Daisy Bell, you're mistaken." That's a reference to the scene in 2001 where HAL starts singing, "Daisy, Daisy," and it really should be funny, but it took me a moment to realise that "Daisy Bell" was the proper name of that song and it was just enough to kill the joke. Humour's a tricky thing to do well, depending as it does on just the right timing and turn of phrase, and unfortunately the game is full of moments like that, jokes that are funny in principle but just don't come off in practice.

The cartoon graphics are an interesting mix of authentically retro pixel art and a somewhat more modern 800x600 for the body of the game. To my eyes, the pixel art scenes have more character and style than the regular graphics, but I can also appreciate the author's desire to call out his Golden Era roots without pigeonholing this as a wholly retro game.

The game also suffers a bit from being almost entirely set in a bunker: this really limits how varied the locations can be. It's all corridors and offices for the most part, with the odd canteen and tank-filled garage thrown in for good measure, all drawn with the funky angles typical of LucasArts games. That said, you do run into the Soviets' secret weapon at one point. Like a rocket, it's several stories tall and accessed via gantries on different levels. In every other respect, though, it's a far, far stranger beast and it was the highlight of the game for me.

The music is one of other high points of the game. While it inevitably includes its share of Russian-inspired tunes, it runs the gamut from classical to blues and rock, instrumental to chiptune, and from quiet and plodding to frantic depending on what the moment calls for. The JRPG parody gets its own mellow fantasy-inspired suite, too. Overall, the soundtrack manages to be consistently interesting and to set the mood without being busy enough to be distracting. The sound effects are serviceable if unremarkable, but unfortunately there's no voice acting.

The interface is very much standard point-and-click: left-click to interact, right-click to examine, with objects being used/combined by left-clicking on the object and then the target. The only minor oddity is that the inventory is called up and dismissed using the spacebar. Otto – like all self-respecting tech geeks – also has his smartphone with him, and this serves as a home for options to save/load the game, adjust the settings or see how many secrets you've found so far. In principle, you can also use it as a phone, for email or to browse the web but since you spend the whole game in a Soviet bunker with no signal, none of these options ever work. You only get four save slots, but since the game is pretty linear and doesn't let you get stuck, these should be ample for most players.

The LucasArts inspiration is clearly evident in the puzzles, which vary from reasonably logical to completely nonsensical. Fortunately, though, the game drops pretty heavy hints about the more outré things you have to do, so in the end the puzzles are actually pretty straightforward.

Aside from the inventory-based puzzles that make up the bulk of the action, the game also serves up a handful of minigames. The JRPG parody is by far the most substantial of these, giving you a surprisingly well-realised faux RPG to play through for a few minutes, but it may be rendered less fun for some by the ending, which has you dodging round the screen using controls that feel distinctly sluggish.

One unusual feature of the game is the way it presents you with seemingly-meaningful choices that in fact don't change anything. This happens three times, with the last one being quite explicit about the fact that the choice is meaningless and poking fun at the practice in other games.

Overall, Bunker: The Underground Game is a solid effort. It may not hit the highest notes of satire or goofball comedy, but it's well-intentioned and leaves you smiling more often than not. The puzzles likewise keep you thinking, if not usually that hard, and at 4-5 hours of playtime, the experience feels substantial enough without overstaying its welcome. If you're in the mood for a lighthearted puzzlefest and don't need your earth shattered or your foundations rocked, Bunker could just be what you're looking for.
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28 of 39 people (72%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
9.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 7, 2015
One cliché after another in an unimaginative mess. More bugs than things that work properly, puzzles you are more likely to finish by accident than working them out with logic, and more tired references than you can shake a stick at.

Avoid at all costs unless you have the sense of humor of a 12-year-old who just discovered what memes are.
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21 of 30 people (70%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
8.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 26, 2015
Bunker: The Underground Game – A Steam Review

[Disclamer - I was provided a copy of by the publisher for review purposes]

The good

  • Funny. Sometimes the jokes are hit and miss, but overall the game manages to make you laugh a few times.
  • Good difficulty. While some things have an obvious answer, others make you think for a bit. Didn’t get frustrated by a puzzle yet.
  • The references are out of control

The not so good:
  • I’ve started the game with an Xbox360 controller connected to the PC and I could move the character but couldn’t do anything else. I had to unplug the controller and restart the game to get it working.
  • L.E - An ulterior hotfix repaired the crash for me. So, disregard the italic part // Even though the latest update said it wasn’t an issue anymore, my game crashed at the end of S&F7, so, that’s that.

The conclusion:
A very good point and click adventure that sometimes it’s too meta for its own good, but overall manages to keep the player engaged and sometime laughing. 8/10 because of the stability issues.
You can see my walkthorugh here - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ_G9DqblToKFj-yAH899KQT_AeE3Mdu6
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14 of 18 people (78%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
5.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 25, 2015
I'm not a fan of adventure games, but I must say that I liked this one.

There's a lot of humor in this game, ranging from witty satire to in-your-face poop humor. Both of those extremes made me laugh equally well.

The difficulty of the puzzles and the overall length of the game were just right. The whole experience was like watching a funny, entertaining movie. If you want to spend some joyful hours with an indie adventure, this is the game for you. Recommended also for people who usually don't play point-and-click adventure games.
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30 of 49 people (61%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
9.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 17, 2015
Bunker - The Underground Game is one of many Point & Click games and I was certainly excited when I first saw it. I was not disappointed, despite some events that stopped the gameplay flow.
If this review is too long for you, I suggest you to only read the first paragraph about the game's content and the final verdict at the end.

What is happening in the game:
You are playing as Otto Thompson. He is just a regular guy but, after getting kidnapped, he has to show courage and intelligence in order to escape from a secret Russian underground base, where they want to cut out his liver. By solving puzzles and combining the right things, he slowly progresses towards freedom.

Pros:
  • This game is FILLED with humour. Parodies, jokes, hilarious story, they all make this game awesome.
  • Amazing art. It looks simple and funky and really fits this type of game.
  • Soundtrack. My god, it's so wonderful. It it fits perfectly with the Russian environment and it really completes the whole game experience.
  • The story itself is well-made and planned with multiple endings and, again, humour.
  • Throughout the game, you are able to find secrets by clicking on certain spots or making certain actions.
  • Item combinations are thought-out and make sense, unlike some other games of the same genre.
  • The developer is very responsive to bug reports and he fixes them fast.

Cons:
  • Steam integration. Where's Cloud support? Trading cards? Anything?
  • You are very likely to come across a bug that is, in many cases, game breaking. I came across a few myself, but the dev fixed them all and I was able to complete the game.
  • No Linux, no MacOS. Come on, people like that stuff.
  • Sometimes, the animations seem tacky (like character moving his legs faster than he's moving). But it's not that noticable.

The final verdict:
I enjoyed this game much more than I thought I would and I am really glad I played it. The feeling of gameplay is great and it really sets you into Russian environment with its music and art. The story was funny, there were great plot-twists and the whole thing was filled with jokes. Despite the bugs, I had a really great time and I certainly hope for a sequel.
If you're looking for humour combined with well-made puzzles, this is the game for you. And if you see it in a bundle or on a sale, don't hesitate a moment.

Greetings,
BirdCute

Note that my copy of this game was obtained for free for reviewing purposes. However, this did not affect the quality and objectivity of this review.

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23 of 39 people (59%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 21, 2015
Its the little things that matter, even though your pen is regular size.
I have been laughing all the time i have played the game.
Great game!
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18 of 30 people (60%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
9.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2015
Unplayably buggy. In 20 minutes of playtime, which was about 10 minutes of actually playing and 10 minutes of story setup, my character twice touched the wall in an early hallway and got stuck to it. No response to left click to move or to interact with anything else. The first time I Alt-F4'ed and got it going again from the auto save. The second time "continue" just continued with the dork still glued to the wall. I'm done. Uninstall and idle for cards now. Didn't seem like it was going to be too good anyway. Just seemed dead without voice acting, and it didn't look like the attempts at humor were going to work.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
12.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 9
Fun retro classic point and click adventure game filled with communists, computers and cats! The story is wacky: you guide a nerd into escaping from a communist bunker. Lots of silly jokes, lots of vodka and funny computers. A lot of computer games references which I loved. It's almost like a time travel during the cold war era and into the eighties.

The graphics are okay, the music is... err communist. Sadly there's no voice over. The dialogues and descriptions are funny, you either love it or hate it. The difficulty is nicely done, the game is challenging but never unfair. Some of the puzzles are like minigames, totally original ones. The only times you'll really be stuck is because you missed an access to a room, otherwise it's fairly classical stuff, with tools to use and items combo in the inventory.

I recommend the game to all the point and click adventurers out there: it's classical but fun and the unusual cold war setting is priceless. There was moments where the game was totally hilarious and I do hope to see other games from the dev. The game lasted around 6 hours, which is honorable.

Warning: several times during the game vibrations are sent to the XBox controller, some very strong. So don't startle if your PC tower starts shaking. Oddly enough the game cannot be controlled with the controller at all so it must be a communist attack.
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10 of 15 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
7.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 18
~~Key provided by developer. This does not affect my review. These are my honest opinions.~~

Bunker: The underground game review
Tags: Indie, Adventure, Point & Click, Comedy, Retro, Funny, Singleplayer, Casual, Cult Classic, Pixel Graphics.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=603135678
A point & click game with a wacky story, difficult puzzles, and many funny moments.
Some of the humor can go right over your head, but a majority of it will catch on. It’s a hit or miss depending on what kind of humor you enjoy. There are numerous references from many different sources, so good luck finding and identifying all of them!

The story follows a young man named Otto Thompson. Unfortunately for Otto, after responding to an appealing date, he is kidnapped and transported to an old underground Russian bunker. You must escape captivity, find a way out of the stony prison, and find out who is behind all of this. I knew it was the cats all along! You can expect a normal playthrough to take 3-4 hours, or less if you use a walkthrough. The gameplay is highly focused on puzzles, as most other point & clicks are.

The puzzles focus on sharp observation of environment and lots of trial and error. The puzzles can feel tedious after a while and I had to consult a guide a fair amount of times when the objective was not clear. Then again, I’m not the best when it comes to environmental queues or solving puzzles. It is nice to note that not all the puzzles are alike: they vary in length and difficulty. Additionally, the main character gives hints if you inspect certain items.

Another feature to this game is the 33 hidden achievements, which can be unlocked in numerous ways. My favorite is secret # 4: KONA-code, where you input part of the Konami code on the save/load screen using the arrow keys located on the same page. Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right. If you like secrets, you should try and unlock all 33 of these conspicuous achievements.

I would also like to add that there is a mini game that you can play towards the end called Swords & Fireballs VII. It’s short, but fun (~15 min).

The bad parts of this game are the price and amount of content. For a $10 game, 3-4 hours of content isn’t that much. Unless you have no problem spending money, I would advise that you think twice before buying, or just wait for a sale to purchase this title. I did not run into any glitches, unless you call the game starting up in German a glitch. I simply fixed this by going into the settings and changing the language to English.

Summary
Overall, this is a point & click game with a humorous story that doesn’t bring much new to the table gameplay wise. If you like point & clicks, definitely put this on your list to check out. Looking back, I am greatly reminded of another point & click adventure game I played a few months back, MechaNika (but MechaNika has a more affordable price tag of $4).

My implemented rating system:
Run away! 1-2/10
Handle with caution… 3-4/10
Buy on sale: 5-6/10
Every day purchase: 7-8/10
Must buy: 9-10/10


This game’s rating: 6.5/10. Unless the price is dropped, I recommend you buy this on sale, or at regular price if you really enjoy point & click adventure games.

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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
8.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 24, 2015
Fun little game that delivers what it promises. Funny moments at least for me. The puzzles required some thinking but were not too hard. I played it through in 4 hours of madness.
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