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Title: Hippocampal: The White Sofa
Release Date: 27 May, 2014
Having finished this game in under an hour and a half, I can't say I'm impressed with the length of the main story. I'll break it down, you're an astronaut floating through space to collect what appear to be "memories" of some sort, meanwhile there's guys with wings for heads and giant P's on the front of their attire. Although this game has it's amusing moments such as the cutscenes and sound effects, I can't really recommend it, simply because there's no replay value, no side stories, no options to adjust graphic settings or key binds and not even achievements to keep me interested. While I can't recommend it personally, I bought it for a friend as a troll attempt and it totally backfired, he actually ended up enjoying it to some extent. If you insist on playing this, I'd say buy it now while it's only 99p.. Are you a masochist who likes torturing himself by ever so slowly wandering through indistinguishable hallways while nothing of interest happens ? then this is the game for you.
Bought it for about 1\u20ac. the developer describes it as "satire". Clearly the developer has no idea what the word satire means. The "humour" in this game, and that's me being generous, is best described as "omg lol i'm so random look how funny guys". I'm thinking the game presents itself as more intelligent than it actually is. It's a game that prides itself on being something that it is not.
The controls (of which there wasn't even an option to rebind them !) were clunky and imprecise and the constant sway of the camera were nauseating to say the least. The slow movement speed of the player character was just plain frustrating.
Gave up after roughly 20 minutes, it was more than i could bear.. I had a nosebleed before playing. After playing, I realized the nosebleed was far more interesting than this game.
I regret buying it, even on sale.. Destilled meaningless cryptic bull'.
Inflict it on your enemies, annoying siblings, and that one friend that owes you money.
You might get some fun out of giving it to someone as a joke, just don't buy it with the intention of enjoying it yourself.. Do you enjoy listening to Hansen, MC Hammer and Vanilla Ice? Do you enjoy throwing away your loose change? Do you enjoy watching bad movies from the 80's on VHS? If you answered yes to any of these questions I'd recommend you stop reading my review and immediately purchase this game, you'll love it. For the rest of us do yourself a favor, click not interested and by all means, even during a steam sale, when you see it for 49 cent... don't buy it..
So my warning wasn't enough and you want to know what this game is about.... well aside from trying and failing to be a video game anybody on the face of Earth will like, you are an Astronaut who has found yourself floating in space... We'll ignore the fact that no spaceship, capsule, satellite or anything needed to keep a human being in space alive, seems to be anywhere in sight, and the fact your character floats freely through space asleep and oblivious to everything around him....
Out of the dark recesses of space come the P men.... or as I like to call them... PU men, cause they stink just as much as this game... They strike your character sending him hurling towards what looks to be Earth... Instead of burning into a crispy little ball of flame (which I'd have happily handed over my .49 cent to see) you somehow manage to come down unscathed, bounce a few times and then somehow wake up in the magical land of... WTF were the developers taking when they created this World. or CashGrab Land as I'll call.
Inside CashGrab land you float from one point to another, using arrows, messages and other assorted random things to find your way around. If you ever played an 80's game when you would spend hours wandering around the same dungeon looking for your next objective you'll understand this game... The only difference is you'll be floating past PU creatures for no apparent reason, searching for beach equipment.... Why!.... Who knows why, I suppose the developers thought Space is like a vast ocean and tried to put some hidden message into their game..... NA they just didn't care...
So wander around this CashGrab Land for a few hours, find your beach stuff and enjoy this game... err well actually no enjoyment will be found or had with this game, it just drains your soul.. much like a succubus after 3 hours of playing the only thing left to do is drool on yourself until someone comes along and frees you from it's sucktastic grip...... I honestly have no idea what I just played, but it was fun..... Very interesting game.. What is really going on? Why am i spending my free time on this? The real question is... can you keep your sanity with the cringe worthy sound effects after you reach one the checkpoints?
If you have absolutely nothing else to do .. give this a try. I finished it and it still makes very little sense at all..Maybie you'll figure it out?. "Hippocampal is a satiric, contemplative game"
No, it's not. It's a confusing "find the hidden objects game". You float slowly through incoherent levels filled with neon lights, alien creatures, and badly fitting music and sound effects.
Your actual goals are very unclear and even if you do figure out what to do there is no payoff: you simply collect the crap in one level and are dumped in the next one following a weird cutscene.
On top of that the game is unstable. For such a small game you'd expect it to run well but I seem to be getting very low FPS and also got two crashes.
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