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  • Summary: You are James Garner, a security engineer at Mantis Corp., a leading tech company in weaponry field. You got a usual task to decrypt company files. Unusual is that these files contain bizarre chat. Things become weirder when you realize that your job is to “hack love story.”
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  1. Oct 23, 2020
    3
    The puzzles that make up the majority of the game are enjoyable enough, but the rest of the game is horrid. The story is very boring andThe puzzles that make up the majority of the game are enjoyable enough, but the rest of the game is horrid. The story is very boring and ultimately makes no sense. For some reason, on the Switch version, the main menu has a incredibly irritating issue of not recognizing button inputs. So in the menus, I'd have to push "A" 4 or 5 times before it would actually select something. And this wasn't my controller either because it worked just fine during the actual puzzles. Game was bad, not worth anyone's money, even for how cheap it is. Expand
  2. Feb 5, 2020
    1
    I purchased this game when it was on sale for 3$- and its 3$ I wish I could be refunded. The game presents no indication on how you shouldI purchased this game when it was on sale for 3$- and its 3$ I wish I could be refunded. The game presents no indication on how you should begin from the log in screen. I was able to log in by just going down the list of usernames and passwords. Once I was in andstarted playing the puzzles, I was worried something was wrong with my joycon as the input lag was insane. Turns out that's just how the game runs? I won't be finishing this game - it's overall unenjoyable. Expand
  3. Feb 1, 2020
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    I’m normally a big fan of narrative-based games, indie games and puzzle games, so after reading a few positive reviews I thought this would beI’m normally a big fan of narrative-based games, indie games and puzzle games, so after reading a few positive reviews I thought this would be a slam dunk considering it was half-price. Unfortunately not. On loading the game, I was presented with a login screen and a few possible login/password combos. Having not read anything about the game (apparently the “correct” combo is on the game store page), brute forcing it seemed like the only way. After a couple of minutes of trying combinations, I logged in. Apparently to the “wrong” username, because I was presented with 50 chat logs to read. Ok, I thought, must be some info to provide some context to the game. I’ll read these and go back to the login screen. These 50 files comprised the entirety of the game’s story; I read through them in about about 20 minutes and headed back to the login screen before brute-forcing the “correct” combo. I then had 50 so-so logic puzzles to solve to unlock chat logs I’d already read one-by-one, and read through the unengaging, awfully-translated, confusing, depressing story. The cherry on the top of this bafflingly poor game design is the extraordinary amount of lag and slowdown for one of the most basic graphical setups I’ve experienced. Without the slowdown, this would probably be a 2. With it, it’s a 0. One of the biggest wastes of time/money I’ve ever had. Expand