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Wadjet Eye Primordia - A Point and Click Adventure - Now Available

MRY

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Yeah, I wondered if it was “lampshading”; doesn’t really matter.
 

iqzulk

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[self-redacted]->Resonance diad was in both aspects let of game industry wise according to inbetweentheline of here.
Primordia was let off in its Formalism4 aspect and Resonance was let off in its Formalism4-hebephrene aspect both associated as is as of right now with modern low-bred "Russians".
PISS closes the list with Lacanism-everyday aspect of it, Formalisms actually unrelated.
Primordia has a constant de-sensezation aspect to it so does Beacon.
Resonance and PISS present widemarketably gaslighting heights.
PISS is not to be confused with earlier demo The City.
Primordia as a whole is not to be confused with Beacon.

The correct way to announce is that
Beacon->Resonance~PISS
were thrown off _further commercial games in exactly they were for undirected gaslighting-actual and usage undirectedly gaslighting-professional.

This is sort of mnemonical.
Beacon-Resonance~PISS.

Primordia/Fallen and The City (demo) are N O T carried with.

Nevermind.
 
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Villagkouras

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Now on Steam Deck if that’s your thing.
OK!
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MRY

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The game is worse on touchscreens. Loses the wiring puzzle, energy sensor puzzle in junkpile is worse, and overall the inability to user cursor to look for hotspots is irritating. But it’s still kind of neat.
 

agris

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The game is worse on touchscreens. Loses the wiring puzzle, energy sensor puzzle in junkpile is worse, and overall the inability to user cursor to look for hotspots is irritating. But it’s still kind of neat.
Is it part of certification that you have to support touch-only input? Using one of the joystick's to drive the cursor shouldn't be a problem, right?
 

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I have no idea. I assume the controls are like those on the Switch, which were similar to iPad—sticks just jump from hotspot or hotspot or something.
 

Villagkouras

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Right trackpad is used for cursor. Pushing left trackpad is use/interact and pushing the right one is "look at". The back buttons of the deck are used for option shortcuts like quick save, load etc. I had no problems playing for like half an hour yesterday and I'm not used to trackpads at all. No use of the touchscreen at all and no hotspot jumping.
 
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NJClaw

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Pathfinder: Wrath I'm very into cock and ball torture
I gave this game a try with zero expectations only because I kept seeing Crispin avatars pop up on the Codex, and I loved everything about it. Puzzles are simple and yet variegated and interesting enough not to get boring, characters are fun without going into cringe territory, and the atmosphere is top-notch. Discovering Metropol's past captured me so much that I'm probably going to add something very similar as a secondary quest in one of my future D&D campaigns.

My only real complaint would be that Leopold doesn't accept the disc/memory device barter at first for no discernible reason. I offered the exchange a couple of times and he always refused, only to accept it later (if there's a reason for this, I missed it).

Anyway, great game. Will try Strangeland as soon as possible.
 

MRY

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Thanks!

I can’t even remember what item you’re referring to! I’ll go back and check my design notes and see if there’s an explanation…
 

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That's an informative post. Has someone deleted posts? I noticed some threads that look like as if something is missing.
 

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