Conclusion: Clocking in at more than four hours of play time each, the two games wrap up their individual tales but leave the stories wide open for a continuation. If you skip the first game for some reason, you’ll come across a journal and a camera with shots from your previous outing that will helpfully bring you up to speed on the haunted events in the second episode.
Excerpt: One year ago, a 2D puzzle platformer titled The Adventures of Shuggy launched on Xbox Live Arcade. Not Xbox Live Indie Games; this was an Xbox Live Arcade game. Of course, if you had never seen Shuggy on Microsoft's download platform, it would be hard to fault you considering the game was never properly promoted. So what did developer Smudged Cat games do? It released Shuggy on Steam for gamers to finally check out.
Summary: Strange Adventures in Infinite Space definitely has some high points, such as the different map every game and the low price. Nobody will be wowed by the graphics or the sound, and although the maps are random, you end up playing the same basic game every time. Is Strange Adventures in Infinite Space worth your while? Possibly, but since the price is so low, I'd check out the demo and give it a try.
Excerpt: The Adventures of Fatman Demo I played this game on a Gateway desktop PC, with a Pentium 4, 1.5 gHz speed, 128 mg RAM, Nvidia Gforce2 video card and a SoundBlaster Pro sound card. Downloading of the game itself only took a couple of minutes with DSL, but the optional speech pack took about 15 minutes. Installation went smoothly, and I had no technical problems at all while playing.
Excerpt: A problem with The Sea Will Claim Everything was it was slow to get moving and even slower to progress. That’s a problem fellow point-and-click E.P.I.C. Wishmaster Adventures definitely does not suffer from. Within three minutes, the main character Susan’s background will have been learned, two puzzles solved, and our heroine will have been abducted and escaped from two alien abductors. This is not a game that hangs around.