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  1. Nov 13, 2017
    10
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I bought this game thinking it would just be some dumb fun. BOY WAS I WRONG!
    This game has the perfect fusion between humour, action (even if it's 2D), vulgarity ("The Russian is **** Bricks in there") and puzzles. The characters that kept to the end of the game had great development, with only one character not getting that, because (spoiler) he dies in the first or second act of the game! I love This Game, and If you don't mind a bit of swearing, like puzzles, enjoy sci-fi and want a low-priced game to play, this, as well as episodes two, three and four, are an excellent pick, because, altogether, all 4 games cost only about 8 bucks, $7.96 to be exact.
    All in all, this game is an indie game gem that should be recognised.
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  2. Aug 29, 2017
    6
    Game: Space Pilgrim Episode I: Alpha Centauri
    Genre: Point and Click Adventure
    Publisher/Developer: GrabTheGames System: Steam (PC) Total
    Game: Space Pilgrim Episode I: Alpha Centauri
    Genre: Point and Click Adventure
    Publisher/Developer: GrabTheGames
    System: Steam (PC)
    Total Score: 65/100
    Value Score: 6.5/10

    • Story: 7/10
    • Characters: 7/10
    • GamePlay: 8/10
    • Graphics: 6/10
    • Sound: 6/10
    • Music: 4/10
    • Length: 4/10
    • Replay Value: 6/10
    • Player Value: 7/10

    Pros
    +Decent story and exploration elements like an actual Point and Click game but in a RPG maker design

    Cons
    -Very short
    -Can only play in one resolution, no graphic settings
    -Must press Alt+Enter to play full screen but the FPS suffers greatly
    -Barely any OST
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