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  • Summary: Do you have a vague understanding of human interaction? Well this is the game for you! Your mission: Infiltrate a world of extremely trusting humans, speak to them, and convince them that you’re definitely not a robot.
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  1. Feb 4, 2020
    Speaking Simulator is also one of those games that is just as fun to watch someone else play than it is yourself, as you watch our robotic friend fall apart at each stumble. Learning to talk is tougher than I remember it.
  2. 70
    Much like the games it takes inspiration from, Speaking Simulator definitely isn’t for everyone. It’s a short physics-based romp filled with slapstick quality and well-written humour that’s bound to make anyone laugh regardless of whether you’re playing or watching. Despite its short runtime and minimal replay value, if Speaking Simulator piques your interest I implore you to give it a go, it’s as entertaining as it looks, but don’t expect anything much deeper than that.
  3. CD-Action
    Mar 17, 2020
    Speaking Simulator is hilarious and well written. The game’s mechanisms constantly evolve and the whole thing is short enough just not get tedious – except for maybe a bit of the grind at the very end. [04/2020, p.78]
  4. Jan 29, 2020
    It is entirely possible that Speaking Simulator is just not made to be enjoyed by me. I could see where a streamer could use the game to make a video and get some cheap laughs, letting friends at a party take the controls, or something similar, but as a full-fledged solo game, I found it to be incredibly underwhelming.
  5. Jan 29, 2020
    Speaking Simulator is a fun idea that remained best on paper. It’s another “simulation” game that takes a joke and wears it thin, leaving not much room for enjoyment past the initial chuckle.
  6. Feb 4, 2020
    Speaking Simulator talks only with itself, saying the wrong things.
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