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Inspired by The Visitor from Zeebarf, "Foreign Creature: The Unforgotten Mistake" is a point-and-click thriller where you see the world through the eyes of a foreign creature.
This blood-thirsty alien moves through the world unseen, leaving only a trace of blood and horror. Point-and-click to interact with the environment.
Warning: not recommended for audiences under 17.
Of all the point-and-click-death games I've played, this one is easily the least entertaining. The drawings were good, but the animation had too few frames and in the last scene, some of the movement looked just plain awkward.
The music was okay, a little bland and repetetive, but it fits well enough.
As for the cut-scenes... they were boring. Really boring. The rest of the game has animation, why not add a little to the cut-scenes, instead of showing pictures of the guy for 10 seconds each?
Here's hoping the sequel is better.
Didn't really enjoy it. Needs some kind of brief animation to start or something to hook us in.
Really good drawings
the drawings and art work were amaizing but the cut scenes are boring
Visually pleasing, however....
The game has a major problem with being very unintuitive. For example....
In the 2nd scene, you have us knock the guard down. Ok, that's fair I suppose. What wasn't is that you had to click the banana first, then the switch, and had no option to do it the other way around, as in dropping the banana after the lights were off. Or that you even had to knock him down with a banana in the first place. Couldn't you just psychically sweep his legs, tie his shoes together, or give us ANY other alternative?
And AFTER you knock him down, for some reason you have to drop a light on his head. But his gun is already sitting on the floor! You could have just shot him in the first place! Problems like this are all over the game, and it makes it very difficult to have fun with it without being forced to resort to a walkthrough.
Overall very nice game, but you need to put in alternative thinking options.
it could use medals you know
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