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MrScruffyMrScruffy

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 3, 2013

It's a great game, but like Mr-White, I have the same bug where I leave the reactor after taking out the faulty battery and go to take the working battery, only to come back to find a battery already installed. I can't install the battery, and the system still registers the reactor as malfunctioning.
And like xAyjAy, after I refreshed the game in an attempt to rectify the above bug, I only see a blank screen with the logo Pastel Games.



DragonhermitDragonhermit

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 24, 2012

This had a lot of potential, but as a previous reviewer mentioned, there is no purpose or guidance other than the little blurb at the beginning of the game. The player has no idea what they should be doing, other than going to this space station. Perhaps letting the player know what should be accomplished would help direct them a bit better. The game quickly got boring, what with having to select every item in inventory and clicking every pixel of every room, just to make something happen. That said, The animations were outstanding, and the artwork was fantastic. A bit of polish on providing clues and this would have been a perfect 10.


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xAyjAyxAyjAy

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars December 17, 2011

glitch or bug?

even if i refresh the game several times i can only see a blank screen with the logo "pastel games". i cant start the game, i hope its only a bug and that i can play this game soon.



devtrevdevtrev

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 8, 2010

Great art, Great story

I love the style, looks right out of a comic book. Has a very compelling plot, as well, just as a science fiction film or book would. Well done.



Mr-WhiteMr-White

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 26, 2010

Great atmosphere, interesting puzzles.

Great game, although a couple of solutions or clues to the solutions were a bit obscure. The art work is great, the sound effects solid and the overall atmosphere was spot on. The puzzles were good, however [spoiler alert] I found the part where you cut through the door difficult to work out because my puzzlebrain was telling me to find a way to override it or 'work around the wall' rather than 'knocking straight through it with a sledgehammer'. I was trying to find a cerebral solution rather than just cut my way out. And; although it was my fault for not paying attention in the asteroid scene, I found the mainframe password annoying as I was using the 'chemical structure' pictures on the computer screen as my guide and was entering the relevant combination taken from the notepad of the two foremost symbols. When I realised it was only one bit of them that was needed it was like deciphering a keypad lock to find the door had been left ajar, a little bit anti-climatic.

I've played most of your games and those few I haven't I'm going to play soon, I love your pieces - they are very imaginative, although I do feel my only two gripes with your games on the whole are a) sometimes puzzle items are too well hidden (a couple in the Fog Fall series), and can be easily overlooked. b) sometimes the solution to the puzzle is something you wouldn't normally think of to do and a little bit of guidance just here and there would be very useful.

Other than that, great games and please give us more.

Okay: BUG REPORT:

In the scene where you replace the batteries in the reactor, I unscrewed the hatch in the 'derelict' ship's reactor and took out the empty battery. I did not have the other battery on me at that time, so I went back and got it from my own ship. When I returned a 'phantom' battery had been installed in its place which couldn't be removed and froze me out of progressing to the end of the game. As such I had to restart it. Hope this helps!


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