Punctuation 3/5, overall thesis 2/5, snarkiness 5/5
Overall comment review B-/10
Really astounded this was a student project, especially for the score and instrumentation and the phenomenal blended 3d background work. Good luck for a very bright future, hopefully in game dev!
This was like nothing I was expecting, beautifully illustrated, perhaps far too timely and utterly broke me. It existentially weighs on me the power of relationships alongside the power of their loss. I think I'm glad I experienced it, not all media is easy.
Thanks fory replying, everyone is entitled to their opinion and I apologise for being very flippant here based on reading your other reviews. Point scale breakdown reviews went out of fashion years ago which did catch my eye (especially in a comments board), just try and be constructive with indie devs and I'll think twice myself too before being so facetious!
Bonkers but engaging adventure full of British charm
Story - 0/5 - For some reason I put the difficulty of the game in this section, as I had trouble I rate the story badly. Adventure games should be straightforward and telegraph all puzzles to me.
Mechanics - 0/5 - I was really surprised that I had to navigate in an adventure game. Why is there an inventory screen? Why doesnt it just automatically select the right item when I click on something?
Visuals - 0/5 - Why is this not as good as AAA games? Frankly it looks like there was only one person involved here.
Sound - 0/5 - The voice acting is decent as is the music, but.
Overall - 5/5 - Because score breakdown reviews were retired many years ago as unnecessary. A fun adventure.
Completed - Playthrough (~3 hrs)
This game is so unsettling and bizarre, I felt so utterly sorry for their predicament as an allegory for trans feelings or body image issues. Thanks for making something so thought provoking