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Mar 29, 2015 | 4:42 PM EDT

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«Who doesn't know Jacques-Yeves?» is a interactive animated point'n click comic with multiple storylines and awesome graphics.
The gameplay consists of intermittent multiple-choice decision points, where the player selects a direction in which to take the game. Use a chapters map on the main screen to navigate the story. Pull up text bubbles and interact with the environment to move forward.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great graphics! Keep up the amazing work)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I could not understand the story here, but it seemed okay, and game play was also bit weird, but figuring that out was part of the fun.

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MSRafiyenko responds:

Thank you for your rating, Hound8! Indeed, the story is a bit complicated and confusing , but despite this , we are glad that the game was funny for you ))


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A pretty good Art Game and, while I was not able to understand the message it tried to convey, I could feel how deep this was!

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MSRafiyenko responds:

But you're trying to understand ! Thanks for that)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

An interesting venture that starts out at the bottom of the ocean, moves onto a plane, and two people, and a series of stories and imaginative segments of not just dialog but of how the dialog manifests in the characters; in what they think. I was a bit lost on the first screen (of the sea), clicking everywhere, wondering what to do, but apparently I didn't have to do a thing, soon I stopped doing anything the story progressed, the words were made clear; everything started up!

I like the mixture of actual graphics and interactivity, and it all tells an intriguing tale as well, imaginative and believable at the same time. Very nice work!


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MSRafiyenko responds:

We tried to achieve the effect of "intuitive interaction" to the recipient, but maybe not everywhere it is successfully) In the following projects we will implement unobtrusive training! Thank U, Cyberdevil!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well that

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