• Publisher: KnKo
  • Release Date: Mar 22, 2018
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  • Summary: It's a short interactive story, about Alex, an ordinary loser. He lives a dull life, full of alcohol and misery, but deep in his soul, he always wanted to be a hero. One day, then he leaves his house, Alex accidentally teleported in mystery temple. Temple, the exit from which you should find!
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  1. Apr 4, 2021
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The game starts off with a warning letting us know it's the first game from the developer and to go easy on him, I fully respect that, but what we were presented with for the half hour the game lasted is so boring and so lazy that I can't try to be nicer than this.
    The translation made from russian to english is broken, you can follow the story but you'll see so many grammar mistakes that you start to get annoyed.
    To make it worse the only thing that could be interesting about this game is the story, a man named Alex has fallen into alcohol as a coping mechanism for having a bad job, finding out he has cancer and his wife leaving him. This could've made for a good narrative however it didn't work out, not even close.
    The graphics are from RPG Maker which isn't a problem, they're not bad at all, the problem is the resolution that can't be changed.
    The gameplay itself made me wanna quit but I knew beforehand the game was small so I just went with it, nothing special to do, simple tasks that take no effort or skill, completely repetitive.
    Best of luck to the dev, I see what you were trying to do, hope it goes better in the future.