But I have to agree with the guy down there. Only if we speak your dialect can we fully understand this game. See, down here in Arizona, USA, we would say (as phonetically as I can get it) "Lorn Stoo-wert," not "Lawn Styoo-ert" and "Lahnch to it," instead of "Lawnch tyoo-it." Where I come from the dialect allows for such differences in pronunciation, whereas your doesn't seem to, so to us it sounds more muddled than it would to your neighbors.
The game was still interesting though.
this game only work properly if you have the same accent as your players other wise it's just giberish and annoying
Its alright but a bit repetitive and easy, i got them all right first try
I like it
It's pretty good, but when you get it wrong, the beep it too loud.
This game is the shit! I don't know who Lorne Stuart is, but distinguishing what was said was surprisingly entertaining.