The game is full of charm and little references that made me smile. From finishing a level and the leader saying “Controlling makes me feel good” a reference to the Ghostbuster’s song of the 80s. To potential employee names like “Mr. B” and “Bill Venkman,” It’s a game brimming with good fun. Pardon the pun.
This is a nice casual turn based strategy game. Easy mechanics (but not too simple that it gets boring) that are still rather engaging and forgiving.
It's not X-com: Ufo Defense or Jagged Alliance 2. (Or the newer ones: Xenonauts or JA: Flashback) but still lots of fun.
The tutorials are nice and clear. The random newscasts are somewhat entertaining :D
Small quick maps, that can still potentially overwhelm you.
This turn-based game with both a no copy-and-paste theme, even today, and an interesting battle system unfortunately lacks more in-depth game mechanics, and you can see the authors are inexperienced and they lack of funds.
Be a bad guy, have a bad gun and destroy bad Ghost.
I love this game!
No, serious, this is a really fun having game, with a great mixture of tactics and strategy.
When I start gaming, always the same: Just one other ghost to kill, just the next gun,...
This is a great entertaining game reminding me on good old games from the Nineties. Not a steep learning curve but it keeps me going to find out new things and explore it's universe. The ghost hunting is fun and challenging. Must Buy!
I really like this game. It brings back good old memories. I wish it had some sort of multiplayer but it is alright to play by yourself too. You get to build your neat little ghost hunting business in a turn based fashion with great 90-ies music in the back ground and funny comments by your team. Go check it out. ;-)
A great turn based tactical ghost hunting game, it's everything I ever wanted in a ghostbusters simulator. Honestly I don't know why this hasn't come out sooner.
You can tell the game is indie based though, the interface really needs polishing and a lot goes unexplained. As of right now I can't figure out how to do some things in the game and the game doesn't explain how to do it. Because the game is so unknown with the gaming community, there are very few guides.
In the end though, this is certainly a amazing example of what great indie games can come out if you support them. We need more of this and less Five Night at Freddies.