Thank you so much for playing it and thank you for the kind words. It's always very satisfying to hear that players got their nostalgic macverse fix playing the game :D
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Awesome! Thanks for playing. I love the CRT filter, that's a good touch. I always enjoy watching play-throughs and seeing those gleeful moments of discovery after some frustration and deaths. I look forward to seeing the rest.
Thank you so much for your kind words. Very happy you enjoyed it. It was a huge relief when we saw how many people were craving an old-school point and click like this. I hope I can have some new updates soon :D
Nothing else, unfortunately. I'm currently working on another game [Spirit Quest] on the side but I don't know when that will be completed. Hopefully next year. As for other similar point and click games; I can't think of any off the top of my head that are specifically this style. Actually, the reason we made this was because nobody else was really making Shadowgate style games
Thank you so much. Any complaints you have, minor or not, are certainly welcome as that allows us to improve for next time so, thanks for the awesome feedback and I'm very glad you enjoyed it. I wanted the game to be free so everyone can be introduced to this wonderful style of game and so "old-school" gamers like us can take a trip down memory lane. Of course, if you would like to donate than you should consider purchasing the soundtrack by Orie Falconer. We would greatly appreciate that :D https://oriefalconer.bandcamp.com/album/infested-original-soundtrack-2
Thank you very much. I really appreciate feedback and constructive criticism 'cause it helps me improve for future projects and you made some really good points here. I'll definitely keep them in mind and I'm glad you enjoyed it :D
Thank you, I appreciate it. Deja-Vu and Uninvited are definitely worth checking out. They're not as memorable as Shadowgate but they're really fun. Uninvited is more or less Shadowgate but in a modern setting whereas Deja-Vu has some really interesting mechanics that make it stand out.
Thank you for the feedback, it's really appreciated. In the immortal words of Lt. Commander Data "Blown out, not sucked out in to space. A common misconception" ;) You're absolutely right. I'm very glad you enjoyed. bringing back nostalgia for Shadowgate was the whole purpose of making this game and it's always good to hear that it reminds players of that. As for the water supply chemical puzzle; there actually is a way to find the combination through examination of previously discovered elements on the ship. The reason for the "guessing game" was to be more lenient. As for the space suit glitch; thank you for the detailed description as that helps with our improvements.
Yeah, the frustration is kinda part of the nostalgia ;)
Someone else reported that bug as well. Thanks for reporting it so we know it wasn't an isolated incident. As for the Examining Self to see you are wearing the suit; that is a very good point, We'll definitely keep that in mind. Glad you enjoyed it and thanks again for the feedback :)
Total fair point about the installer, we'll look into having a tighter/neater package next time (e.g. no installer).
Glad you liked it overall, glad you appreciated the polish! Thx for playing.
Thank you very much. I'm glad you enjoyed it. I've never heard of 'Tale of the Dreadful Bio Monster' so I did a quick search and I gotta say it looks really cool. I'll have to look it up in more detail. Judging by some of the screen shots it looks like it was translated too...you've peaked my interest. Thanks!
I'll definitely check out 'Robinson's Requiem'. Thanks for all the feed back. The Nutrient Injector is vague because the clues as to specifically what needs to be added are given through another puzzle. I do, however, understand what you mean by "...it just doesn't explain itself properly". That's a good point.
Thank you. I'm glad you enjoyed it. If you haven't played the Kemco NES games than I cannot recommend them enough. 'Shadowgate' in particular is a masterpiece and my all time favorite puzzle game. Shadowgate is about 4x larger than Infested. I hope you do play it as well because Infested actually has five hidden references to Shadowgate ;).
As for the extra items; those are red herrings. Much like in the NES titles there are far more items in the game beyond those used to solve the puzzles. It's simply to throw you off and keep you guessing.