Is that uncredited music taken straight from the American McGee's Alice soundtrack? wtf, dude? couldn't you source that?
Game is boring and uninspired as usual, the graphics are awful and the puzzles are mediocre at best. You always use the same puzzles, and frankly it's starting to get insulting now.
I find myself completely unmotivated to even finish the game, because there's only so many times one can listen to THE SAME COPYRIGHTED SONG on infinite loop.
Oh who doesn't love the smug "abroy, games for smart people?" It's a joke, right? Since these are basically games for dumb people with no imagination. This one was better than most, but I just don't like the excitement of discovery removed by auto-item combination mechanics. I really would advise that if you are over 12 years old, these games are going to be too easy for you. So I then guess that these games are being made for a target audience of 12 years old or below. Knowing this, you should not get angry that the games are too easy, just don't play them if you understand that these games will always insult your intelligence.
Come on now, stop saying the "Abroy, Games for smart people" In the Retard voice, that isn't cool, and this isn't for smart people. As for the game, as usual for Abroy, no brains needed for this one. Just click around the screen until the puzzle is solved for you, and that's it. 1/2 0f a star out of 5
Nice graphics and that is basically the only positive thing about this game. Gameplay is boring — it's just random clicking on stuff to see what happens, very linear and requires no intellectual involvement whatsoever.
And please, get rid of ”Games for smart people" part — it's just plainly offensive to most of the gamers' intellectual capacities.
Much more suitable subject material for the random "let see what happens if i click this" pixel hunt.