Title: The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Release Date: 9 Feb, 2016
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The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything is a short adventure game with a lot of style and a rather sarcastic wit. Even just for this very aspect The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything is a real gem.
I fully enjoyed the way the author makes fun of humankind and human stupidity. It's hilarious the way developpers are mocking humans' lack of free will and tendancy to always follow what the others say or do, the way the game ridicules humans' bestial behavior and so on..
Take all these ingredients and put them together to form the leftovers of humanity on the verge of its own end.. Now, play and watch ;)
The graphics style is quite peculiar but it goes along with the whole cynical spirit of the game.
The gameplay is pleasant and very funny. Gamers should really read all the dialogues and exhaust all conversation topics, not only for they give hints to progress on your journey, but also because their keen sense of humour makes them to be worth few seconds of reading.
Many eccentric and totally unpredictable NPCs are taking part in the gameplay and in the storyline. The game pace and the game difficulty are fine (and not completely twisted).
All the achievements can be unlocked in a single playthrough.
I strongly recommend this game to anyone with a dash of humor and looking for a way to fairly entertain few hours.. I received this game as a gift from a friend. Initially looking at this game I assumed it would just be entirely ridiculous and shallow. Much to my surprise the game explores profound life lessons in a very succinct manner and the choices you make largely do matter. Although tough to review without spoiling the game, I can say you'll embark on a political thriller that will teach you how to befuddle the masses, extort people for political gains, lie your way to power and deal with unflattering press coverage. All this and much more on a journey that will take you to the far flung reaches of space and (hopefully) back again. If you've ever wondered if power would corrupt you, if the world would be better off without humans, or why an irrelevant duck was following you--then this game is for you. 10/10 It was worth constantly trying to figure out what that duck was all about.. it's a great game!
if you are a fan of point & click games, you enjoy playing games with an unusual setting and clever humour, this one is for you! unfortunately it's not so long(~2 hours) and there is no steam trading cards for this game, but it's not a big deal. it's still a great adventure for sure.
-unique collage based design
-tu-ru-ru-ru plot twists
-...only two hours of gameplay? as i said before it's not a big deal. i dont expect >5 hours of game play in a point'n'click game. This game was pretty clever and cute. It had some cute social commentary and broke the fourth wall. I enjoyed the art style and originality behind it. It's a short game, but it has certainly made an impact.
. NOT WORTH PLAYING
This game is too bad. Well normaly on indie the expections are low as well, but not even that can this game do. The controls are an absolute desaster the story is worst, the sound nearly not exists and all you did is being forced to read walls of text without any reason, only to make another step in the prescripted no-solution puzzles.. BEFORE YOU BUY:
-Is the game is on sale?
-Do you like Point and Click Adventure Games?
-You are in the mindset for something different?
IF YOU SAID YES TO MOST: Then try the demo before buying it anyway. It's a surreal PnC-AG that needs to be tried.
IF YOU SAID NO TO MOST: Play the demo anyway. Even if you bought the game, the demo is right in the full game and is worth a play.
--Developer Front Page BS: None (Well, the joke about white blood cells was closer to a simile, but that's nitpicking)
--Times: A few hours to complete, but even knowing it was bite-sized, it still feels a bit light.
--How was the ride: Great build-up that lasted all the way through to where I beat it all in one sitting, ending is thoughtful and insightful but massively unfufilling. The ride could've been shorter, but this is a game where you want to stop and smell the roses. If you rush the game, you're only hurting yourself.
--Difficulty: Easy, but a good easy. Hard puzzles would've absolutely killed the pace of this game, and then the game itself. The only PnC-AG game I've played where faux inventory items weren't a hinderence.
--Impression: I'll remember this game, and it's one that will definitely deserve a replay down the road.. 10/10 would disrespect my shlong again. It's weird. Like french fries and mayonnaise weird. A deconstruction of adventure games. I like it. No, YOU'RE WEIRD.. So far this game is very weird and strange. In other words, perfect.
Just like the previous games that Joe Richardson has made the art is really cool and help to make a more enjoyable experience.
I did a full playthrough: here is the playlist (4 videos): http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1Me39ZbMPfLiVS6skitCAXDvy0vA...
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