Great story and the puzzles were challenging but not frustrating, always a plus in a good PnC.
Another good entry.
I thought the riddles were good at all levels - not hard, but they required lateral thinking.
A pattern I see in these games - the first puzzle is illogical (in this case, the paintings), but the rest are.
Lol, this is why a man needs game. To not develop oneitis for a broken woman. You can't get more suspicious a woman then a ghost demanding "energy" of your child to get back to life.
I was wondering - if the girl says it is his lab - then all those security puzzles were set up by the man himself right? He must be suffering from memory losses. And overall craziness to keep pictures that creepy in his house where his child plays.
As for the game - it was a bit too short and a bit too easy, with keys to puzzles being a little bit too obvious. One of best puzzles was with the roman numerals, was a bit harder to do it with roman numbers then the usual Indian numbers.
But the story was interesting. It was like in a horror movie when you watch a character do something stupid and say to him - don't do it! But this time it is you who is dong the stupid thing to progress into the game - a thing that would be incredibly destructive and stupid in real life. Strange feeling and experience consciously leading your character into doom and I think it is the main strong point of the game, because puzzling was very basic.
To make these types of horror adventure games even better I would urge the author to consider a full screen option and a specialized animated cursor in the same theme as the game. This will add a lot to the immersion factor.
Morbid tale. The puzzles are bit too easy. But all in all, pretty good
Exelente trabajo se esforzaron y lograron el ambiente que querian felicidades¡