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Human A.I.

rated 2.73 / 5 stars
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Jun 8, 2014 | 5:46 AM EDT

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Author Comments

In a world where smartphones rule the lands, a young man will not sit back and be slaved to the big machines.

Music by: Kevin McLeod

NOTE: many MANY people didn't take 10 seconds to look for the help button on the menu before writing a rage review. THE MENU HAS A "HELP" BUTTON. That has all of the controls and explanations. Thank you.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

When you click a certain part of the screen the game resets. However, decent game.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Interesting game, I really like the games. Added it to my favorite.

BobieThe11th responds:

Thank you ^^
glad you like it :D


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice game. The theme is great. I don't have a "decent" cellphone myself because it's a piece of shit and you disconnect from the world.
The cellphone guards were a little bizarre.

The design is strange. There are things that look nice and smooth as hell, like the character, but other things look rare, like the cellphone walk animation, the moving platforms, some buildings, etc.

In the "don't touch the ground" mission, you could put some kind of device in the floor that you can't not use your phone there, so you must be on top of buildings every time, and you have to install some device in every rooftop. To give it more sense, not making the player capture checkpoints for no reason and not letting him touch the ground for nothing. I mean, give a reason to the missions.
Also if you lose that mission by touching the ground and then in the time between that and the restart you get caugth the alarm sounds forever.
Another glitch I found is that if you use your cellphone in mid-air, you WILL be using your cellphone but the animation doesn't show (it still applies the slowness). There are also glitches in the Menues.

The gameplay is OK, al missions are based in the same scenario, but they are not the same.
As I said before the concept is great. I would hate to have a future like this.

About the rage reviews: Fuck those guys. If you're gonna review a game, take the necesary time to view everything. The pros and the cons. Yes, at first I didn't saw the Help button and raged a little about the controls but I just quitted to the main menu and clicked the Help button, is that something difficult to do?
Also I love that you accept every review and give thanks. It's the best you can do.

I think you could make an improved version with different scenarios and more missions. I would love to see that. Thanks a lot for this game dude!

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BobieThe11th responds:

I thank you SO MUCH for the 5th paragraph!
I'm really glad you like it and i'll notice your notes. Thank you!!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I'd like to see you polish it a bit, now that the 2030 contest thing is over:
A minimap to get a feel for the city size and places to explore,
A bit more agility for the player,
Make the kill zone around phone bots a tough more forgiving (It often seems I'm killed & the game freezes while I'm not even touching the things), and
Access to the help page from the pause menu.

I think the "rage" reviews you mention have to do with the fact that your Help page needs a help page to operate: not only is it inaccessible once you start the game and realize there is no tutorial, and very few instructions, but within the page, there is no clue you have to click the phone screen to scroll through extra instructions. It only took me a few tries to find the instructions, (because you mentioned you had them,) but it's a question of giving people an interface they expect and find intuitive... or spell it out and make the tutorial/text cues _absolutely_ unavoidable.

I'd also like to see more to the city: entering buildings, a subway and sewer tunnels, crossing streets where cell-using drivers try to flatten you, getting pursued by phone bots and having to duck into zone with no reception... so I hope you make a sequel!

BobieThe11th responds:

Your'e so right.
thank you for the review man :D


Rated 3 / 5 stars

I enjoyed the concept of the game. The gameplay itself could be better. I'm not sure what more you could have done, that's your job. There were a few mission I thought were really challenging both in good and annoying ways, however, there were a couple that were compelling and I enjoyed those.

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