This adventure is absolutely an offbeat and odd adventure, though perhaps a bit too much so for a broad audience
When it comes to the concept of daring to be a bit different, this is one unusual adventure that goes all in. You’ll play as a corrupted bit of game data, trying to find a way out of his buggy console world. Visually all of that is pretty well depicted, with your environments often being a bit worse for wear and then also a ton of computing-oriented terminology flying around as you talk to a host of often unusual characters. To the game’s credit, like its protagonist it doesn’t like to adhere to the typical rules of what you’d expect from a title in this general genre. That ensures there are absolutely some pleasant surprises to counter along your journey to a number of potential endings, depending on the course you end up following. Typical for the genre there will be puzzles and the way to get through them won’t always be terribly clear, but it’s no worse than most of its peers in the space in that regard. If you’re a point-and-click adventure fan looking for a game to shake things up, this should fit that bill nicely if you don’t mind its quirks.
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