The Last Dogma is a surreal black comedy exploration adventure game set in the year 1999 of an alternate reality world, where US actively campaigns for world domination after being disappointed with the results of the Cold War.
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Release Date: Jun 30, 2015

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March 24

The Last Dogma 1.6 LA is now available for Windows

The new big update is now available. It features new terrain textures, rewritten dialogues, different character movement, graphics bug fixes and many other things. See more details in the previous announcement.

Linux version will be uploaded soon.

The next update most likely will be the last one.

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March 11

News about the next update - Textures, Movement and No Guns (Late Access)



I'm back working on the game, despite not having any motivation to do so (Valve, US laws and banks take more than 50% of all money I earn on Steam, which is very devastating).
There are just some crucial things need to be done to make the game better which I want to do for the game's sake and for people who still didn't play it.
Textures, for example. I'm currently changing all in-game textures, especially the ones which were very low-res (like 512x512).

This how terrain on the first level looks now:
http://imgur.com/a/JbJpD

And this is how it looked before:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=634962390

Most importantly, these new textures still create the same atmosphere of desolation which I wanted, despite being more "bright".

The character movement was changed significantly and the new movement system feels somewhat similar to The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. Speaking of which, the game as whole moves to the side of being "walking simulator", just the very first level is no longer has any enemies and weapons.

I'll change the title of the game to "The Last Dogma - Late Access" until I finish working on all these new updates. It's not "October Edition" anymore, obviously.

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Reviews

“I truly value independent efforts, and even more when they take risks as high as the ones taken in ‘The Last Dogma’, so while, maybe the final product is not as great as it could have been, it’s fair to say that I’m looking forward to new developments from Sasha Darko and his crew. (1.3b Review)”
79/100 – Guns and Pixels

“It's a very surrealist take on a rapid descent into madness of current political affairs. There's enough plot ends going at any given time that it can be a bit confusing, but for my part, I rather quite enjoyed the sense of working out this bizarre world, and to it's credit it does work out. I also enjoyed the fact that beyond a simple overaching point there really isn't any judgement made here. (1.3b Review)”
N/A – Highland Arrow

“To sum up, the game is really satisfying. I am not sure that everyone will like it but I recommend it. It is not the classic shooter game or adventure game and it is a game where contact is better to be avoided because sometimes it can lead to death. (1.2.1b Review)”
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- You will get both DRM-free installation file and Steam key
- If you're from Europe you will pay 6.99$ instead of 6.99€
- You can pay in Bitcoin (IndieGameStand) or you can use PayPal (Itch.io)
- By purchasing the game at full price (6.99$) through Itch.io you can send a request to get a FREE soundtrack for Sacred Line DLC. Just send an empty e-mail with "Free Sacred Line Soundtrack" topic using your PayPal e-mail.

About This Game

Now includes free DLC "Sacred Line". Linux / SteamOS version has minor exclusive content (two Linux-themed voiced lines in the game). The game is currently in Late Access, which means the series of new free updates for the game is in development.

"As if George Carlin lived in Russia and one day decided to make a mod for Postal 2 which would be based on the story of Only If. Well, that's a terrible pitch, but I'm tired. Now would you be so kind to get your fuckin' microphone out of my face, stop asking me about your fuckin' game and just let me go?" - Random Man On The Street

"Crap", "Christianphobic trainwreck", "Mess" - Most trusted experts on the Internet

The Last Dogma is a black comedy exploration adventure game set in the year 1999 of an alternate reality world, where US actively campaigns for world domination after being disappointed with the results of the Cold War. Inspired by the history of humankind, free of clichés and moral borders, made in Hell.

You play as Sebastian Arise, an ATF special agent tasked with the tracking and eradication of local firearms dealers. One day straightforward tracking mission turns into disaster, thrusting him into the village of cannibalistic Christian cult known as “Holy Intentions”. Entwined in a web of intrigues between emotion-feeding daemons, Sebastian must keep his senses sharp as he travels back in 1366 A.D. to stop the things he shouldn’t stop.

The game is a reimagining of Sacred Line Genesis, horror text adventure game for Sega Genesis which got an official cartridge release in February 2015.
Recommended for fans of Killer7, Deadly Premonition, Only If, Postal, Normality and Pathologic (NOT INSPIRED by them), for open-minded people who prefer story and exploration over action / mechanical gaming and for people who are still looking for secrets in the games they play. Also for people who love movies of Richard Kelly, David Lynch and Quentin Dupieux.

Features


  • Unpredictable, surreal and grimdark story which features two completely different storylines
  • Original soundtrack featuring epic orchestral music, melodic instrumental rock, outlandish ambient and shamisen dance electro
  • Narrated by rockstars actors of Kholat, Stasis, Dust: An Elysian Tail, Strike Vector and Deadstar
  • Atmospheric open-ended locations open for exploration, each with its own mood and color
  • Hotkey based adventure system with the use of “Look,” “Investigate”, “Talk” and "Take" commands
  • Many well-hidden secrets, including hidden NPCs and whole “Secret World” story campaign featuring The Narrator
  • Completely DRM-free, you can copy the game on the potato and play it on the moon (being completely offline)
  • Absolutely devoid of toilet humor and doesn't have a single line about ass

This game is not a shooter.

System Requirements

Windows
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 (32 & 64 Bit compatible)
    • Processor: Dual Core 2.4GHz or higher
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9 compliant video card with Shader model 3.0 support. NVidia 7600, ATI X1600 or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 2500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: Best played alone or with your cat. The game does not feature "Mouse Invert" option and controls are not customizable. 4:3 monitors are not supported.
    Recommended:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 (32 & 64 Bit compatible)
    • Processor: Quad core 2.4GHz or higher
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9 compliant video card with Shader model 3.0 support. NVidia 8800, ATI Radeon 2900 pro or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 2500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: Best played alone or with your cat. The game does not feature "Mouse Invert" option and controls are not customizable. 4:3 monitors are not supported.
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 / Mint 14 or higher
    • Processor: Intel core 2 duo 2.4GHz or higher
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB NVidia
    • Storage: 3500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: Was tested and flies on: Mint 14 32-bit / AMD Phantom II / 4 GB DDR3 1333 RAM / GeForce 550 Ti 2GB RAM / Nvidia 310 drivers / Samsung SSD hard drive
    Recommended:
    • OS: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, Mint 17 LTS
    • Processor: Quad core 2.4GHz or higher
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB NVidia
    • Storage: 3500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: Was tested and flies on: Mint 14 32-bit / AMD Phantom II / 4 GB DDR3 1333 RAM / GeForce 550 Ti 2GB RAM / Nvidia 310 drivers / Samsung SSD hard drive
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Overall:
Mixed (16 reviews)
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Swix
( 2.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
great game
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Kaori
( 2.3 hrs on record )
Posted: March 16
Going into this game knowing full well of what I was graphically delving into ... Bounces around .. known. Holds the point within the realm as far as fictitious bulls*** politics goes. Would be holding its own up to what I was expecting ... If it didn't take me ten minutes to figure how to get out of the comic strip portion. Sumbliminal.. subtle not by the least. Had fun listening to the Devs throw shade in their own right. Interesting if you're into this sort of thing. Seven dollars worth of sarcasm. All else .. you get what you pay for.
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Jakxta
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: February 13
Well that was dissapointing. The mouse sensitivity is ridiculous and there are no options to change it. My pc massively exceeds the recommended specs yet the game is laggy and constantly skipping frames. I like wierd games but this one is just ugly. At least its only a fiver
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ohmsrulz
( 2.4 hrs on record )
Posted: December 26, 2015
It has a funny, interesting, satirical story and the graphics are pretty great on my machine! Could use a little more interaction though. Quite disappointed I couldn't shoot the first cannibals I found in the game :( .. Also, couldn't climb up some of the structures and get info on others.

After playing this more, it is pretty buggy (the chapter select doesn't work and I see a gun but can't pick it up?). I'm not really sure what to do in this world and the game isn't giving me any hints. It's pretty frustrating. Glad I only paid $2 for this. The beginning story is really the only thing going for this game so far for me.
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something
( 1.1 hrs on record )
Posted: December 23, 2015
Buggy, poorly put together and written in angsty pre-teen style.
It feels like someone's first game. If so, it's very good for a first game, but it has no business being sold.
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Rainer
( 7.1 hrs on record )
Posted: November 28, 2015
Note: Game provided by the developer: The game describes itself as non crowdfunded, independent, weird whatever... and that's what it is! It is self-deprecating, so don't take it seriously, it is fun. It is somehow inspired by the "The Beginner's Guide". You get a funny tutorial and 6 totally crazy levels full of nonsense. ;-) Decent graphics, here and there. So it's up to you... Very supportive and kind developer!
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brianinthered
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: September 25, 2015
The Last Dogma runs in Linux as well as Windows. I was able to install it and run with Mint 17 64-bit on my GeForce 550 Ti using Nvidia 331 drivers.
It ran perfectly with default video settings. If you try to increase the texture quality your system might have a low frame rate as a result.
Otherwise it ran fine and I was able to explore the world and interact.
Interesting surreal game
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clockworksaga
( 2.3 hrs on record )
Posted: September 5, 2015
Deliberately stupid. It didn't cure my hangover but it helped me cope.
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monokoma
( 3.2 hrs on record )
Posted: August 4, 2015
This is not a game for everyone. This is a game for who loves b-movies, absurd conspiracies, random LULZ, unconventional videogames that don't take themselves too seriously, Francis York Morgan and the narrator from Stanley Parable. The Last Dogma is a low-budget surreal story that plays with meta-references, social jokes, unpredictable stories and nonsense characters. It's short and it's not a masterpiece, but its awkward style and unpolished world tell you something more than what multi billion AAA games will ever be able to explain: games are games, people are people, and some people will enjoy games made by people with the same mindset. Just take this for what it is, support off-beat developers, enjoy the ride and Sebastian will be your new BFF.
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Sherlock Van Helsing
( 6.5 hrs on record )
Posted: August 4, 2015
http://youtu.be/nSFE4pOXFXQ
Game: The Last Dogma
Genre: First-person Exploration Game
Developer: Sasha Darko
Publisher: Sasha Darko
Copy supplied by developer

The Last Dogma is a first-person exploration psychological game developed and published by Sasha Darko.

STORY
The game tries to mimic other games (such as The Stanley Parable) by creating a satirical story that is way too much "in-your-face" than other games of the genre. You play as Sebastian, an ATF special agent tasked with the tracking and eradication of local firearms dealers. You will find yourself in a village of cannibals, sewers, hellish landscapes, abandoned Christian schools and in Medieval times. It's a weird, non-sensical, satirical story that falls apart from the very beginning. If you really are interested to understand what happens, read the topic created by the developer who explains the story. Something that shouldn't happen.

GRAPHICS
Made in the Unity engine, it performs really badly in the first sections of the game, with frame-rate below 20. If that wasn't enough, the game doesn't even look all that great. With pre-built assets, aggressive depth-of-field and incredibly shiny objects (IF YOU HAVE EPILEPSY AVOID THIS AT ALL COSTS), I got sick after 30 minutes. I played this game in bursts of 15-20 minutes to avoid headache and pain to the eyes, something that doesn't happen with any other game.

GAMEPLAY
The game is supposed to be an exploration game, but there is little to do other than finding some poorly hidden secrets. You will encounter a couple of enemies who, as soon as they die, will start squirting blood continuosly. You will also engage in running, finding keys to open doors, collecting pages and completing a driving section. All in the name of satire. However, unlike smarter games, it is all handled pretty badly: the controls are wonky, the dialogue tree is non-existent and choice-less, the combat is pretty much absent and the satire is heavy-handed. What could've been a good product turned into something convoluted, with multiple genres blanded together for boring sections.

CHALLENGE
There is little to no challenge: the objects you need are right under your nose, the enemies take forever to hit you and the "puzzles" are the easiest ones I've ever seen. Sure, the game's goal is to tell a "compelling" story, but that's not a good excuse to not add even a small amount of challenge.

SOUND
The voice acting goes from cheesy to mediocre, while the low-quality sound effects are taken directly from freeware sites (this still is an indie game). I also believe that the soundtrack is made of Kevin MacLeod's songs, which are always nice, even though they feel out of place here.

REPLAYABILITY
There are multiple endings and two in-game achievements, as well as "30+ well-hidden secrets" (direct quote from the Store page). If you find what you've read before interesting, you will get your money's worth with this game. Maybe.

Overall, this attempt at satire fails on every point, with painful graphics, incoherent story, lack of gameplay, terrible sound and little to no challenge. I am surprised it isn't in Early Access. Avoid at all cost.

Story: 3.5
Graphics: 2.5
Gameplay: 3
Challenge: 2
Sound: 5
Replayability: 6

ENJOYMENT: 3
FRUSTRATION: 5

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264 of 304 people (87%) found this review helpful
156 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 3, 2015
This game.
Oh lordy, this game is so brilliant.
First the author is generous enough to start out by saying that if our tiny minds cannot fathom the depth of the story, fear not, it's already explained in a pinned forum post.
Well thankfully I saw that so I didn't have to waste my precious riddlin on intro cinema - which came, i'm told in HD. Sadly my computer just couldn't keep up and kept skipping frames.
After being told how stupid, useless and incompetent the Russians are -which is great satire I must admit. HA! - the narrator states that the U.S. Elected Sam Shotgun, aka Uncle Sam. It's funny because we have a reference to the idea of Uncle Sam, how witty. The United Kingdoms apparently kicked the Queen out and elected a Irannian, as you do, then was invaded by "the arab states" As you know, you cannot trust them. Then we tricked "The Africans" obeying the U.S. with the bible- because the U.S. only has one god- and since we airdropped them instead of "contreceptives" they thought to themselevs"the books came from the sky, it was the word of God."
Such Satire is amazing. How could this writer even be making games? The next Stephen King is right here!
But I digress, my tiny mind was so thankful the narrator stuck around to give me a simple, not at all condesending tutorial. I felt like I was playing my old favorite games again.
I sadly didn't make it very far, my tiny brain couldn't focus on all that HEAVY dialog and jokes about unkillable characters being in a "NPC" state.
10/10 would defiantely review again and again until they stop removing it.
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93 of 105 people (89%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
5.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 13, 2015
The Last Dogma is a slightly off beat narrative focused adventure game. There's very few combat sequences (less than a handful), and very little to interact with.

The game focuses instead on dialog and story, however the dialog choices given have no consequences and have no baring to the outcome of the game. It's also incredibly cryptic just for the sake of being cryptic with out any connection to the gameplay. The story is also incoherent and a lot of the story sequences are incredibly drawn out, long winded, confusing, and with no player interaction.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kD-Ep6HpBY
The game is also plagued with technical hic ups, and poor presentation. There are parts of the game where the player can walk off the ledge of the map, visual glitches all over the place, and poor grammar and spelling just to name a few issues. The game also features a ridiculous menu system where you have to use the "F" keys to adjust your visual settings with the settings themselves vaguely labeled as anything useful. Also the game features inconsistent model quality and incredibly blurry textures when you get up close.

So I've pointed out a lot of issues with the game, is there anything at all redeeming about it? The Last Dogma is a one man project, so in that context some of the environmental design is actually pretty interesting, and sometimes even look quite good, as long as you don't get too close to anything. The game is also priced relatively low as well, at $7.00usd it's not an overly steep price for the most curious.

Overall The Last Dogma falls flat on almost every aspect. Inconsistent visuals, technical bugs, and presentation quality are all issues, but the one aspect that takes the cake is the lack of gameplay and the incoherent story.

Pros:
- Some interesting environmental design
- Reasonable asking price

Cons:
- Incoherent themes and story
- Lacks gameplay
- Short
- Buggy
- poor presentation
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57 of 69 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 25, 2015
The Last Dogma's story, despite being a comedy, should not have to rely on the developer themselves telling a long drawn out explanation on the Steam Community page. While one is welcome to say that “you just don't get it,” what doesn't change is the fact that the story isn't conveyed in a way that fits this medium of entertainment. One of the first parts of the game you're treated to is an overview of the history of the world, and the game itself places you in front of a tiny television screen, while a voice drones on in the background on what's been happening in the story. Can you skip it? Yes. Should this have been in the game? No.

There's this thing in visual media called “show don't tell,” and this game just tells and tells and tells till your ears bleed. There's a difference between Dear Esther telling you things, because the theme of the game was a man writing a letter to his wife, and this having the demons droning on about what's going on and how you're nothing more than a puppet. You just stop caring after a while and that's a huge part about this game that no other review will tell you, after a while you just want to get it over with.

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44 of 55 people (80%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 23, 2015
Buggy, poorly put together and written in angsty pre-teen style.
It feels like someone's first game. If so, it's very good for a first game, but it has no business being sold.
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 26, 2015
It has a funny, interesting, satirical story and the graphics are pretty great on my machine! Could use a little more interaction though. Quite disappointed I couldn't shoot the first cannibals I found in the game :( .. Also, couldn't climb up some of the structures and get info on others.

After playing this more, it is pretty buggy (the chapter select doesn't work and I see a gun but can't pick it up?). I'm not really sure what to do in this world and the game isn't giving me any hints. It's pretty frustrating. Glad I only paid $2 for this. The beginning story is really the only thing going for this game so far for me.
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 13
Well that was dissapointing. The mouse sensitivity is ridiculous and there are no options to change it. My pc massively exceeds the recommended specs yet the game is laggy and constantly skipping frames. I like wierd games but this one is just ugly. At least its only a fiver
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40 of 73 people (55%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
6.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 4, 2015
http://youtu.be/nSFE4pOXFXQ
Game: The Last Dogma
Genre: First-person Exploration Game
Developer: Sasha Darko
Publisher: Sasha Darko
Copy supplied by developer

The Last Dogma is a first-person exploration psychological game developed and published by Sasha Darko.

STORY
The game tries to mimic other games (such as The Stanley Parable) by creating a satirical story that is way too much "in-your-face" than other games of the genre. You play as Sebastian, an ATF special agent tasked with the tracking and eradication of local firearms dealers. You will find yourself in a village of cannibals, sewers, hellish landscapes, abandoned Christian schools and in Medieval times. It's a weird, non-sensical, satirical story that falls apart from the very beginning. If you really are interested to understand what happens, read the topic created by the developer who explains the story. Something that shouldn't happen.

GRAPHICS
Made in the Unity engine, it performs really badly in the first sections of the game, with frame-rate below 20. If that wasn't enough, the game doesn't even look all that great. With pre-built assets, aggressive depth-of-field and incredibly shiny objects (IF YOU HAVE EPILEPSY AVOID THIS AT ALL COSTS), I got sick after 30 minutes. I played this game in bursts of 15-20 minutes to avoid headache and pain to the eyes, something that doesn't happen with any other game.

GAMEPLAY
The game is supposed to be an exploration game, but there is little to do other than finding some poorly hidden secrets. You will encounter a couple of enemies who, as soon as they die, will start squirting blood continuosly. You will also engage in running, finding keys to open doors, collecting pages and completing a driving section. All in the name of satire. However, unlike smarter games, it is all handled pretty badly: the controls are wonky, the dialogue tree is non-existent and choice-less, the combat is pretty much absent and the satire is heavy-handed. What could've been a good product turned into something convoluted, with multiple genres blanded together for boring sections.

CHALLENGE
There is little to no challenge: the objects you need are right under your nose, the enemies take forever to hit you and the "puzzles" are the easiest ones I've ever seen. Sure, the game's goal is to tell a "compelling" story, but that's not a good excuse to not add even a small amount of challenge.

SOUND
The voice acting goes from cheesy to mediocre, while the low-quality sound effects are taken directly from freeware sites (this still is an indie game). I also believe that the soundtrack is made of Kevin MacLeod's songs, which are always nice, even though they feel out of place here.

REPLAYABILITY
There are multiple endings and two in-game achievements, as well as "30+ well-hidden secrets" (direct quote from the Store page). If you find what you've read before interesting, you will get your money's worth with this game. Maybe.

Overall, this attempt at satire fails on every point, with painful graphics, incoherent story, lack of gameplay, terrible sound and little to no challenge. I am surprised it isn't in Early Access. Avoid at all cost.

Story: 3.5
Graphics: 2.5
Gameplay: 3
Challenge: 2
Sound: 5
Replayability: 6

ENJOYMENT: 3
FRUSTRATION: 5

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55 of 123 people (45%) found this review helpful
14 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 30, 2015
This game is too buggy to play in linux.
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12 of 32 people (38%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
7.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 28, 2015
Note: Game provided by the developer: The game describes itself as non crowdfunded, independent, weird whatever... and that's what it is! It is self-deprecating, so don't take it seriously, it is fun. It is somehow inspired by the "The Beginner's Guide". You get a funny tutorial and 6 totally crazy levels full of nonsense. ;-) Decent graphics, here and there. So it's up to you... Very supportive and kind developer!
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1 of 10 people (10%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 16
Going into this game knowing full well of what I was graphically delving into ... Bounces around .. known. Holds the point within the realm as far as fictitious bulls*** politics goes. Would be holding its own up to what I was expecting ... If it didn't take me ten minutes to figure how to get out of the comic strip portion. Sumbliminal.. subtle not by the least. Had fun listening to the Devs throw shade in their own right. Interesting if you're into this sort of thing. Seven dollars worth of sarcasm. All else .. you get what you pay for.
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