Eine durchdachte Puzzelherausforderung kombiniert mit einer ungewöhnlichen Story.
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Veröffentlichung: 8. Aug. 2011

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Über dieses Spiel

TRAUMA erzählt die Geschichte einer jungen Frau, die einen Autounfall überlebt. Während sie im Krankenhaus genest, hat Sie Träume, die die Erinnerungen an verschiedene Teile ihrer Vergangenheit zerstören, wie etwa die Art mit dem Verlust ihrer Eltern fertig zu werden. TRAUMA lässt Sie diese Träume in einem interaktiven Abenteuer miterleben und erinnert an alte Point-and-Click-Abenteuer. So wird eine bewährte Spielmechanik um ein gestengesteuertes Interface, Echtzeit-3D-Technologie für dynamischen Levelaufbau, einzigartige fotorealistische Grafik und ein exzellenten Leveldesign erweitert, das eine nachhaltiges Spielerlebnis bietet, anstatt nur eine komplizierte Puzzle-Herausforderung zu offerieren. Zusammen mit einer außergewöhnlichen Geschichte zielt TRAUMA darauf ab, ein dichtes und tiefgründiges Spiel für ein kundiges und Spiel-erfahrenes Publikum zu sein.

Systemanforderungen

Windows
Mac OS X
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Prozessor:2.0 GHz Dual Core
    • Speicher:2 GB RAM
    • DirectX®:5.0
    • Festplatte:200 MB HD frei
    • Betriebssystem: OS X Version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3 oder besser.
    • Prozessor:2.0 GHz Dual Core
    • Speicher:2 GB RAM
    • Festplatte:200 MB HD frei
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XJ9
( 2.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 31. Mai
Well that's a flash game at steam, very atmospheric, kind of depressing but still interesting to play and explore.

+Very nice voice work - i like that girl actor voice, it brings that charm to the game.
+A lot of things to explore - multiple endings at each level, a lot of hidden stuff to explore
+Unusual game - unusual controls you have to discover, confusing stuff happening around you. Pretty interesting.
+Cant say its too short or too long - 2 hours is enough to complete the whole game, unless you stuck with finding last parts, well then google is your friend.
-Kinda derpessing, well you were informed.
-Flash game problems - doesnt support steamcloud - if you delete the game, after some years you will have to unlock everything all over again
-No steamcards or achievements

Got this game years ago in some bundle, well its a great buy if this will be put on discount.
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[VOF]Luce87
( 0.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 20. Mai
A bit of a strange one this.
Has a deeper meaning,
I wouldn't class it as a game or a puzzle, it is more of an experience.
It will either intrigue you or not
Sadly I can't recommend it, maybe if it comes up in a key bundle try it out if you are intrigued!
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Makki
( 3.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 18. Mai
Trauma is more of an interactive story than traditional video game, in terms of gameplay there is very little to it. It starts with FMV sequence which shows main character getting hospitalized after car accident. You have to navigate through four of her dreams which consists of photographs that are stiched into a scene using different angles. Every scene has main and 3 optional endings, and 9 polaroid photographs which serve as collectibles and to tell us more about a character, like as short FMV sequences. Voice acting is decent, but nothing special.

Game is very short - you will finish it under an hour, little more if you want to find all collectibles and unlock alternate endings. Taking all into account it was still enjoyable experience, shallow from the gameplay side, much better in the art department.
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Dal
( 0.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 12. Mai
this is terrible, tries too hard to be a deep game.

it's poorly written and borderline comical voice acting
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AntonioR
( 3.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 27. April
There is an easy way you can play this game without paying for it; on a windy day at night time take 10 photos from your family's photo album and throw them out the window. While you search for them in the empty streets think about your childhood, your parents, your dreams, the choices you made that led you to where you are now, and ask where is it all going. If you are a young adult still searching for your place in this world, then you probably already had these thoughts and questions, so you already "played the game". Don't expect to find any answers to those questions here.

STORYTELLING, DESIGN AND GAMEPLAY

Even though the idea of exploring these girl's troubling thoughts via her dreams is rather interesting the execution fails in many ways. The story and the girl have no depth. There are no long monologues that would lead you a bit deeper into her past or her mind, all you get is obvious symbolism, and one or two sentences describing the location or the photos she found. You wont get to know this girl, her family or friends, and she seems to be the most average person you can imagine with the most common problems we all have.

The maps are made using an old technique where the environment is a slideshow of static photos, and you click on the part of photo to move to that area. There are also some 3D animations at the end of the dreams. The game is released in 2011 and the resolution of the photos is 640x480. There is simply no excuse for such low quality images in 2011. Other than that the locations of the dreams are visually not very interesting, plus they are very small. In the first dream/location you can only look around, you don't even move, and other dreams are just a 50 meter long walk in one direction. You can click through the whole game in 10 minutes.

You have 4 dreams/locations and each one has 1 main and 3 alternative endings. You can also collect 9 photos in each dream. The various endings are just some random symbolic 3D animations followed by the girl's short comment. Then you are sent to the main menu, and you need to restart the dream to see what the other endings/animations are about. Constant switching from game to menu just breaks the immersion.

You trigger the ending by drawing a certain shape on a certain location... and that is it. It is all made so easy that in the first dream the solution is drawn on your first screen 6 times !!! Solutions for other endings can be found either in the photos or glowing somewhere in the environment, you can't miss it. Other photos either explain the controls to move around or they are some random photo from the girls past. There are only around 10 personal photos in the whole game, but each dream contains the same photos explaining the same controls. That is simply ridiculous, instead of using the photos to tell me more about the girl, they repeat the same control instructions 4 times. It's such a waste.

CONCLUSION

The photos can be tricky to find, and after I finished the game for the first time, I was expecting that finding all the photos and getting all the various endings for each dream will give me a new "good" final ending that will give some closure to all this, but it didn't. The new ending video had few different shots, but there was no change overall. The whole game feels like a blend of various missed opportunities that could have led to a very interesting experience.
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xYaTo
( 0.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 26. April
schrott scheisse
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UthersonL [PL]
( 0.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 6. April
It's FAR too short for its price and it's certainly not for you if you're not into the typical vague or overstylized "art" games.
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Auramancer
( 1.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 5. April
A woman is in a car accident. Join her as she dreams while in the hospital, and search for clues about her past in her subconscious. This is TRAUMA, a Flash-based game by Krystian Majewski.

The woman has four recurring dreams, and you must help her complete each one. Each dream sequence is depicted as a series of connected photographs that you click through Myst-style. Manipulate objects and move in the world by drawing symbols, and collect photographs of the woman’s memories.

The puzzles are simple, but sometimes finding them is not. Some of the photographs are hints about how to complete the alternate dream endings in other levels, which is a nice way to encourage you to go back and poke around all of them. Once you complete every ending in a level, you are given the ability to sense when uncollected photos are close to you, giving you an easier time finding that last hidden nugget of information about this girl.

TRAUMA is an interesting game visually, as the photos used feel like a real place, though the lens flares and ‘ghosts’ that inhabit the frames are unsettling. Just like in a dream, you never really meet anyone else, and you often know what you’re “supposed” to do, though you can end the dream in many ways.

There is a camera shutter *click* every time you move throughout the world, which can be a tiny bit irritating as you go about exploring. The music, though, is quiet and thoughtful, almost more background noise than soundtrack. It adds a nice layer of sonic calmness to the game.

This game took me 90 minutes to complete. That might be because it isn’t really a game in the traditional sense. It’s better described as a piece of art. The woman’s dreams are reflections of her conversations with the doctor. You’ll understand this woman’s personality and motivations, but the car accident doesn’t define her. It isn’t even really mentioned after the first cutscene. No, TRAUMA is all about understanding this girl’s psyche.
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And it does a great job of that. I feel like I know her, even though I only spent an hour and a half with her. She has hopes and dreams, both old and new, both possible and crushed. Her mind has regret and stress, but it is also full of wonder, passion, and curiosity. This is a mature game, not because it has violence or sex. Instead, the way it deals with emotional themes that are difficult to grasp. TRAUMA isn’t defined by the tightness of its gameplay, but by the greatness of its content. If you have a couple hours to spare, poking around this girl’s dreams is a great way to spend it.

I just realized I don’t even know her name.
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2.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Mai
Well that's a flash game at steam, very atmospheric, kind of depressing but still interesting to play and explore.

+Very nice voice work - i like that girl actor voice, it brings that charm to the game.
+A lot of things to explore - multiple endings at each level, a lot of hidden stuff to explore
+Unusual game - unusual controls you have to discover, confusing stuff happening around you. Pretty interesting.
+Cant say its too short or too long - 2 hours is enough to complete the whole game, unless you stuck with finding last parts, well then google is your friend.
-Kinda derpessing, well you were informed.
-Flash game problems - doesnt support steamcloud - if you delete the game, after some years you will have to unlock everything all over again
-No steamcards or achievements

Got this game years ago in some bundle, well its a great buy if this will be put on discount.
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7 von 9 Personen (78 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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3.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. August 2014
Hab Trauma heute durchgespielt, war ganz nett. Aber kaufen würde ich es nicht ! Das Game ist keine 5€ wert !!
Hab alle Fotos gefunden, und alle möglichen enden erspielt, dafür hab ich ca. 3 Stunden gebraucht
Das Spiel funktioniert über den Flashplayer, ist auf Englisch mit deutschen Untertiteln und hat mMn. keinen
Wiederspielwert !
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6.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. November 2014
Auch wenn man bemängeln könnte, dass das Spiel eine kurze Spieldauer hat, hat das Spiel viele Aspekte, die man so vielleicht nicht erwarten würde.

Wir begeben uns in die Träume und Erinnerungen der Protagonistin, die sich nach einem Autounfall im Krankenhaus befindet. Nun geht es darum, heraus zu finden, was die Eltern mit der Geschichte zu tun haben, oder wie das Studium der Protagonistin damit zusammen hängen.
Fragen über Fragen, die einem im Laufe des Spielgeschehens entgegentreten und einen zum Nachdenken anregen.

Alternative Enden in den Sequenzen machen das Spiel zu einem Erlebnis, wo man angeregt wird, sich auch die anderen Enden zu suchen, zu erfahren, was sonst wäre.

Ich persönlich kann das Spiel nur empfehlen, da es mir echt Spaß gemacht hat, es zu spielen, und es auch öfter zu spielen.
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1 von 1 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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6.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Dezember 2013
Trauma ist ein "Spiel" das um eine junge Frau geht, die nach einem Unfall in einem Krankenhaus liegt. Trauma ist in vier Akte gegliedert, bei der jeder der vier Akte eine art Traum darstellt. Der Spieler kann sich, in gewissen Grenzen in diesen Träumen bewegen, und mit Objekten interagieren bzw. Photographien entdecken.
Faszinierend finde ich, wie bekannt einem die Orte vorkommen, obwohl man wahrscheinlich nicht an diesen Orten war.
So erinnert mich der erste Ort an Teile der Fußgängerzone in Giessen, der zweite an das Ruhrgebiet, der dritte an einen Ort in Reykjavik auf Island und der Letzte an eine Straße bei London.
Vielleicht geht das nur mir so. Vielleicht werden andere aber auch andere Assoziationen haben.
Ein wichtiges Spielelement ist die "Gesten-Steuerung". Man zeichnet mit der Maus ein "Muster" und das Program interpretiert dieses, um eine Interaktion auszulösen.
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4 von 7 Personen (57 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. November 2013
Selbst geschenkt ist hier noch zu teuer. Die rund 5 Euro die es regulär kostet sind eine Frechheit. Ich selbst hatte es damals für einen Euro im Sale gekauft, da ich das Konzept interessant fand und mich die Screenshots sowie der Trailer optisch ansprachen. Als ich es jedoch ausprobiert habe war ich schnell ernüchtert: Man erwirbt hier quasi eine interaktive Flash-Bildergalerie in der man ein paar difuse Mausbewegungen immitieren muss und nach Objekten suchen soll. Als kostenlose, künstlerisch angehauchte Spielerei im Internet (vielleicht auf DeviantArt oder ähnlichen Websites) wäre es sicherlich ganz ok, aber weder vom spielerischen noch vom inhaltlichen einen, geschweige denn fünf Euro wert.
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1 von 2 Personen (50 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. August 2011
Deutsches Indie-Game. Tolles Spielkonzept, gute Atmosphäre. Sehr unterhaltsam - für etwa eine Stunde, danach kann man das Flash-Game deinstallieren und sich fragen, ob man €5 nicht besser hätte anlegen können.

Würde das Spiel bei einem anderen Preis empfehlen, aber €5 für ein Spiel, das wirkt wie das Hobbyprojekt eines Kunststudenten sind einfach nur zu teuer und unverschämt.
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2 von 7 Personen (29 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
Nicht empfohlen
0.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Februar 2014
After 30 min, you finish this game. For 100%, you may need a hour or two.
But thats it - old click and point for too much money.
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0 von 12 Personen (0 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. Juli 2014
Ein ser guttes spil das seer vill spssa macth
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0.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 8. Mai 2015
Trauma is a very artsy puzzle-adventure kind of game.

Graphics 6 of 10
The graphics consist mainly of photo-shots of urban everyday areas. I’d say they're okayish. For an indie game developer that's ok. Still feels old school.

Gameplay 5 of 10
You navigate through the photo-shots and you manipulate various objects with gestures /signs. Think of the swiping movements you do with your fingers on a smartphone...but here you do it with a mouse. Which is in no way intuitive or comfortable. It’s meant to be an adventure game, but it's not very adventurous to me. The areas where you are allowed to do something are sparse. And so you click your way through the artsy still photo-shots...while a tragic little story unfolds. On the plus side the atmosphere is quite nice and feels dreamlike and obscure at times.

Sound 6 of 10
The voice of the actress is quite well done. Music is almost nonexistent.

Final verdict
I would not recommend this game. Although it has its moments and the story is bittersweet, the gameplay just doesn't feel right, the puzzles are way too easy and it's extremely short and can be accomplished in like 45 minutes
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27 von 33 Personen (82 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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3.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. November 2013
Photography, movie, poetry (why not?)...
Trauma is a very different and interesting game, where you travel through four dreams of a girl in a hospital, after a road accident. You travel by clicks and mouse gestures - like road lights in motion - in still worlds/dreams made of photographs and short cinematics.

You're are searching for one of the four ways to leave these dreams, one uncovering part of a cinematic of that girl at the hospital, three more additional ends for each dream, and a collection of polaroid photos, uncovering tips and little insights for the girl's past and thoughts.

It is not a great story, but the mood is mysterious and cool.
Created on Flash for web, so you can't expect great graphics resolutions and resources, but it still an unique experience.
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