Reviews by Ishee

Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes
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Another Daedalic point & click gem

In general im a huge fan of Daedalic Entertainment games, and just like many others, this one was a blast. This game has a great sense of humor, nice puzzles, and nice story line based on "Edna's Breakout". But there is no need for you to play "Edna's Breakout" beforehand, cause you'll be able to catch up with all the characters and such during your run.
The game is quite short for this genre and will be completed in like 4-5 hours.

by Ishee, Germany - Jul 7th 2017
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Airport Madness 3D
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Casual air traffic control game

The gameplay is as simple as clicking on a plane and choosing one of 2-3 minimal options. There is nothing advanced about it, and no ATC-game skills or knowledge are required.
The graphics are fairly basic but they do the job. The game offers a number of flexible 3D camera views - including an in-cockpit perspective.

by Ishee, Germany - Jul 7th 2017
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Joe Dever's Lone Wolf HD Remastered
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Interactive novel with quicktime event combat encounters

Interesting gameplay. To my understanding, it's been ported from a mobile-game and that's why it is a bit awkward time to time and has that point'n'click-clocked-turn-based-combat. Based in the original game-novels it really swallows you up inside the atmosphere. The adventure is text-based and it requires some thought to play, but is actually really rewarding!

by Ishee, Germany - Jul 7th 2017
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Eldevin
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Solid F2P MMORPG

Solid F2P MMORPG with a very small userbase so bring friends or play it alone.

by Ishee, Germany - Jul 7th 2017
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Out There: Omega Edition
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Mobile port FTL clone

Out There: Ω Edition is a resource management rogue-like game which shares many similarties with FTL except it has no combat. Without any combat you are only fighting versus the environment to survive.You do this by drilling rocky planets for iron to repair your hull, but landing on and leaving those planets costs additional fuel. Probing gas giants yields fuel necessary to travel from system to system, but orbiting those planets damages your ship's hull. If either resource (or oxygen) reaches zero, your session ends

by Ishee, Germany - Jul 7th 2017
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Yon Paradox
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A nice new twist on time travel makes this "survival puzzle game" unique

Short, fast-paced, and increasingly challenging, Yon Paradox sees you completing a series of relatively simple puzzles while attempting to avoid your past selves. With a new ghosted version of yourself appearing every two minutes, you need to work quickly to solve the puzzles and move on to the next area, without being spotted and causing a time paradox, which ends the game. This is fun and exciting, and also a bit nerve-wracking!

by Ishee, Germany - Jul 7th 2017
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International Snooker 2012
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Cheap arcade snooker game

If you're not fussed about the ball physics and don't mind an arcade style snooker game, I suppose it's okay fot its low price tag.

For people that want a pure simulation style game, I would recommend avoiding this.

by Ishee, Germany - Jul 5th 2017
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Deponia
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Top tier point & click adventure

Deponia is the perfect mix of humor and clever puzzles; a modern Monkey Island with a good story and cool characters. if you're into poing & click games, i can wholeheartedly recommend the Deponia series.

by Ishee, Germany - Jul 5th 2017
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Cognition Game of the Year Edition
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An adult point and click adventure about lost, revenge and fate.

The story is really well done and progresses nicely without feeling forced, most puzzles are logical, all characters are complex and have motivations that you can understand, this is helped by the great voice acting.
The game has a supernatural twist, but it doesn't feel cheesy and works well in the game for the most part, allowing for some very interesting mechanics.
Cognition may have some clumsy animation, some robotic faces and the occasional instance where the tech and the art don't quite gel, but it is a hugely competent adventure game in every other regard.
Overall I greatly enjoyed the game and highly recommend it to anyone looking for an adult graphic adventure with an interesting plot.

by Ishee, Germany - Jul 4th 2017
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SKYHILL
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2D turn based survival rogue-like

SKYHILL is a point and click, turn-based, rogue-like with rpg elements that is set on a post-apocalyptic theme inside a hundred floor hotel full of mutants and dead residents.

The main gameplay centers on the main character's quest to descend from the building in order to survive and avoid dying of hunger or being killed by the prowling mutated beings. The game, as it stands, is very simplistic. You go down, you check to your left, you check to your right. Sometimes theres a monster, sometimes theres not. You might get lucky.

While it might not be everyone's cup of tea, because of it's repetitive, rng-based gameplay, it certainly is a fun and challenging game that is a keeper for the fans of the genre. I would recommend waiting for a good price on it though.

by Ishee, Germany - Jul 4th 2017
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Beat Cop
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Classic style 80s tv show point and click adventure

A wonderful game with brilliant adult humour, a novel execution, and a difficulty level that's not too challenging because the game focuses on the fun and storytelling rather than the challenge. It's one of those games where instead of striving to achieve goals, it feels more like the game is leading you on a merry tour of ribald hilarity, dirty dealings and shenanigans.

by Ishee, Germany - Apr 27th 2017
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STASIS
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A compelling, smart and legitimately scary experience

STASIS is a science fiction horror themed isometric point and click adventure game which takes place aboard the Groomlake, a deep space research vessel that belongs to Cayne Corporation. The game has a very gloomy and dark atmosphere to it and it seems to be inspired by various popular sci-fi horror games and movies such as Alien and Dead Space.

The main gameplay element of STASIS, as with any other point and click adventure type of games, is of course, puzzle solving. I can't remember exactly how many puzzles are in the game but most of them are solvable by finding out certain items and combining them or using them on some background object or something on the environment around you in some way and surprisingly enough, even though I got stuck on some of these sections, afterwards I felt like it all made sense in a way and it wasn't just some way to stall the player progress. Besides this, you'll also come across some some other puzzles that involve some actual investigation and sometimes I even had to take notes so I couldn't forget certain things. That said, STASIS puzzles are not just there for the sake of solving puzzles, they fit in the world and the story and they have a purpose.

Overall STASIS is a great point and click adventure game, it's very atmospheric, immersive and the puzzles are challenging. It offers around 10 hours worth of gameplay along with an amazing sountrack by Mark Morgan and by the end of it you might be facing some moral dilemmas.

by Ishee, Germany - Apr 26th 2017
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1954 Alcatraz
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A solid and decent point & click game in a noir setting

It isn't very challenging and offers a solid story, which is immersive and entertaining. The game seems more focused on story rather than puzzles and challenge. Interesting and enjoyable, I recommend giving it a go however i'd advise getting it when it is on sale.

by Ishee, Germany - Oct 30th 2016
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Among the Sleep
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Incredibly atmospheric and imaginative

Among the Sleep is a horror game where you play as a 2 year old. Without spoilers, the game takes a look into the bad situations a small child could get into, through the child's eyes. The atmosphere is absolutely amazing and the story was quite enjoyable. The only downside is the quite short playtime for one playthrough without much replay value.

by Ishee, Germany - Oct 30th 2016
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realMyst: Masterpiece Edition
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A beautiful recreation of a timeless classic

RealMyst: Masterpiece Edition brings a piece of gaming history to modern times. While the graphics and sounds are completely revamped to match modern-day standards, the gameplay stays true to its original and does not fail to deliver the nostalgic Myst-feeling. If you are a fan of the Myst series to begin with, this is almost a must-have, but any other adventure fan might take a look at this as well, to get a chance to enjoy a game that wrote history in a new and stunning visual design.

by Ishee, Germany - Oct 30th 2016
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The Night of the Rabbit
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Solid point and click experience

The Night of the Rabbit has a great story, beautiful music, hand drawn art and clever puzzles, creating a very enjoyable gaming experience. The puzzles may be confusing sometimes and need a certain amount of brain to solve but if you like to combine a snail with an envelope you will have no real problme but instead lots of fun.

by Ishee, Germany - Oct 30th 2016
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Amnesia™: Memories
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Definitely worth a look

Amnesia: Memories is a port of a 2011 Playstation Portable visual novel, where the player takes control of a young woman who loses her memories and is forced to retrace her steps (and romance one of five vaguely-androgynous men) in order to get them back. Classified as an "otome" (girl) game, Amnesia is equal parts fascinating and hilarious.

by Ishee, Germany - Oct 30th 2016
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Avernum 2: Crystal Souls
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Epic fantasy adventure with over 50 hours of gameplay

Excellent old-school RPG with tactical turn based combat. As the case with other Spiderweb Software games, it's slightly difficult to recommend though. The game delivers in terms of great world to explore, character development and interesting story as well. However, for people used to current generation of RPGs with full voice-over, character personality, choices, it may be difficult to get into this. It is really closer to Baldur's Gate/Icewind Dale type of experience. Coupled with the isometric 2D graphics entire dialogue and quest content is delivered through huge amount of text.

by Ishee, Germany - Oct 23rd 2016
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Car Mechanic Simulator 2014
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More a education game than a simulation game

In this game, you are tasked with fixing a stream of cars with various problems. At the start of each level, you receive a clipboard with a check list of objectives. Change the brake pads. Check the exhaust. You're also given a note from the customer trying to give more details about what's wrong with the car. Your job is to fix the car, stamp the form, and send your customer on their way.
There's a lot in there for the price, but there's only so much you can fix in a car, and with 75 levels in the main game, along with an "endless mode", things become repetitive fairly quickly.

by Ishee, Germany - Oct 23rd 2016
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Tormentum - Dark Sorrow
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Beautiful point and click adventure

Tormentum - Dark Sorrow is a dark point and click game with a very interesting story. What attracted me first to the game was the stunning, dark art style inspired by works of the painters H.R. Giger and Zdzislaw Beksinski. The puzzles aren't too difficult, are straightforward and make sense. Playtime is kinda short, but it is a very satisfying experience

by Ishee, Germany - Oct 23rd 2016
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