Locked away in a top-secret research facility, Dillan must find a way to escape from the twisted Professor Phillips' experiments. Sneak past guards, battle robots, and endure diabolical hazards in order to survive. Can you escape?
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Mostly Positive (19) - 78% of the 19 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Mar 18, 2016

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January 19

New build is up

Hey everyone for those who said the new build isn't up I've re-built it. So please update your game, the reported issues in the:
toxic waste lab
power supply lab (do no save in that room, new build prevents saving in this room)
characters disappearing
and so on have been fixed. Thank you :)
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January 17

New build with reported bugs fixed

Hey everyone, I've been hearing some great feedback for The Perfectionist. I'm glad many of you have enjoyed the gameplay. I've seen some reports on some of the glitches found and I've just added a new build that fixes those glitches. The glitches fixed:
- Fixed the glitch in the toxic lab with the red levers
- I disabled the save feature for the Power Supply Lab, so now the electricity will not go invisible
-I've fixed the glitch that occurs when you lose a hacking minigame and the party's faces and battle sprites disappear
-I've added more autosave locations especially before some of the more difficult challenges. Also, every time you find a Code Page
-Fixed the glitch in the Compressor Room that prevents menu access
Your feedback is very helpful. Thank you all again for your support and reviews.
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“The play style of this game strongly reminds us of a mix between Pokemon and Metal Gear Solid”

“I find The Perfectionist interesting, I loved old JRPGs in this style”

“At first glance this title has the style of an Earthbound game, yet, you’re forced to maintain a heightened level of awareness and stealthily allude your foes”

About This Game

The Perfectionist is a game that allows for a lot of trial and error and offers plenty of freedom in deciding your fate. The slightest action or decision could ultimately change the story and ending. For example, the player can beat the game without freeing and recruiting any of the other party members but you'll most likely get a bad ending. However, if the player recruits more party members; new rooms, puzzles, side missions and bonuses may be unlocked but the difficulty of the game will overwhelmingly increase.

As for the story you play as Dillan, a former thug who lived a life of crime on the streets. Him, along with numerous other criminals have been detained in a top secret research facility run by the twisted, Professor Phillips. He wants to better society and is on the verge of creating a chemical solution with many medicinal benefits. For his research, however, he needs human experiments and prefers using criminals as a form of justice. After years of torment and inhumane experimentation, Dillan manages to escape from his cell. The overly paranoid professor keeps everything locked in his facility, especially the front doors. To escape from Phillips' research facility, Dillan must collect 8 Code Pages in order to gain the access codes for the entrance doors. This however, will be no easy task. Danger lurks in every corner and room as security guards patrol the halls, security robots are on the hunt for you, and dangerous traps and puzzles await to hinder your mission. Venture through the cold and deadly halls alone, save other research experiments and have them aid in your escape, or even customize your own battle robot to help eliminate any threats that stand in your way!

Can you escape from the facility?

10 different endings
Optional party members, either play the game solo or as a team
Customizable robot character (upgrade stats and skills)
Sneak passed enemies or trigger random encounters
In-game achievements

System Requirements

    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® 7/8/8.1/10 (32bit/64bit)
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo or better
    • Memory: 230 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9/OpenGL 4.1 capable GPU
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: 1280x768 or better Display

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