Foreign Creature 2

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rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Adventure - Point 'n Click
Tags:
tale
alien
evil
dark

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Uploaded
Feb 6, 2010 | 4:44 AM EST

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DOCTOR MURDER 5 Points Kill 2 Doctors in the operating theater.
EVIL SINGER 10 Points Infect singer in the backstage.
RAT INFECTION 10 Points Infect poor rat.
3 DOGS SPREAD 25 Points Infect 3 dogs in bonus scene #1.
CONQUER THE WORLD 25 Points Complete the game.
GUN SUICIDE 50 Points Kill himself with a gun in bonus scene #2.
KNIFE SUICIDE 50 Points Kill himself with a knife in bonus scene #2.
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Author Comments

A point-and-click thriller, second chapter of the Foreign Creature series.

On a planet far away an evil King has made a clone of himself to create an even more powerful ruler. This clone has been sent to planet Earth to grow stronger and breed an army to take back home.

Play the role of a blood-thirsty alien sent to planet Earth to grow stronger and breed an evil army to take back home.

Point-and-click to interact with the environment.

There are 2 bonus scenes after win the game.

There are 2 different endings in the bonus scene #2.

WARNING: RECOMMENDED ONLY TO THOSE AGED 17 OR OLDER.

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Added medals, thanks Tom.

Reviews


WitnessWitness

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Time for improvement

This flash animation is quite a good one but it has no improvement since the last part and there's plenty of space for one. For one, just like I've said, it's more of 'just' animation, not a game as aside from a choice in bonus scene and possibility of failure in the middle of the flash, there's no real interaction - just a paused story which requires the viewer to click something to resume.

I don't ask for some highly advanced stuff like rpg elements or whatever, but interaction and optional things which depend on player's actions (or are player's actions) would really add both to the fun and replayability factor. Even oldschool point-and-click games had a bit more of it.

This thing has a potential to become really intriguing game but for now is 'merely' decent flash production.


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xNecrosisxxxNecrosisxx

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Nice but...

nice,but it's little boring,so i give 5/10



LegoinsinooriLegoinsinoori

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Better story yet more confusing then part 1

This game gave more eye candy then the first one with well made cutscenes. The story gave a lot more purpose for the rampage that the main character was on instead of just the random mayhem that was caused first.

Unfortunately as many have said it already, I also got bored of the illogical way of solving problems/puzzles. In the first game the scenes were presented pretty well with the goal being pretty clear so it was possible to think for a particular solution. In this game player is left clueless with a scene of multiple targets to kill with a various number of objects that could be used for the job just fine. It might be fine if player has more than one solution how to do this but it has to be done with correct order of persons and objects. It even gets worse when the enemies ain't responsing naturally to your actions but you have to also guess whenever it is their turn to react to what you've done and perform their actions aswell. All this ends up to really frustrating random clicking and just searching for the one thing to be clicked at a time without being actually able to think what it is that should be done.

I was a bit excited when I saw "Foreign Creature 2" on the frontpage since I liked the first one despite some of it's problems (some of the same non-logic there too) but I thought that it must have been fixed for the second one so this should be pretty kickass. It seems to me that it has gone even worse now and I expected something much better.



SuNiKuSuSuNiKuSu

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

You know what my problem is...

You shouldn't let the option to control other people be in there... Like... How was I supposed to know the doctor was supposed to pick up the knife in scene 2? I spent so long trying to figure out dumb shit like that-- please next time, make it so we're controlling JUST the one person, and not everything and everybody in the entire game-- it gets confusing.



CaptainSmugCaptainSmug

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Disappointing

The game looks great, but there's just too much going on in every single scene and no reason or logic to why you're able to perform each specific action in the order that you do. The only way I can find out what I'm meant to click on next is by waving the cursor all over the picture to see where it changes - I must have spent five minutes finding the CCTV camera while I had the guy in a stranglehold in that scene. I really like the idea and the artwork, but this game is too frustrating to be playable I'm afraid


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