I played this game as part of a little itch.io horror compilation. Out of the four it was by far the best one, and even without comparison, I think this is a pretty sweet short game!
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On start I get the following error trace:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\Users\Patrick Braunstorfer\Downloads\Indie Horror Games\ClueClicker\ClueClicker.py", line 7, in <module>
from PyQt5.QtWidgets import *
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'PyQt5'
Cyberpunk is generally one of my favorite genres. So is horror. Sadly this game doesn't quite hold up because it controls unbelievably clunky. The inability to jump doesn't help. Other than that it looks pretty good and the atmosphere is definitely there. If you could just make the controls smoother and give us the ability to bunnyhop, I would really love this game.
My Playthrough (I am a bit angry at the end of the game, due to the controls making the bossfight just painful):
Honestly, I love the athmosphere and the idea. What I don't like is the fact that often when I tried to click on the fruit it wouldn't pick them up. Also, starting over from the beginning on one death is frustrating and the only reason I didn't play this demo to the end.
A nice and short indie horror haunted house experience, nothing really special but a good 15 minutes of indie horror fun. And huge bonus points for running on Unreal. It's looking mighty fine.