Summary: I couldn't play this game because of the "*** Caught unhandled unknown exception; terminating" error that pops up just after launching it. There are a lot of people complaining about this in several forums, and there doesn't seem to be a solution. I sent an e-mail to Tiny Build Games five days ago, but they haven't answered yet.
Summary: WAY TO MANY GLITCHES, 99 percent of the difficulty arises from the glitches if a patch comes out to rectify this 8/10 as it stands 5/10. A games difficulty should not be from it's controls and unresponsiveness and on multiple occasions doing something as simple as changing the resolution rendered the game unplayable until i reset it. There are better places to spend your money. find them.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Spoiler-Free part: Alright, I will be using spoilers in this review sadly so I am gonna give you a bit without them before hand just in case. I love the game. It has a nice sense of humor that made me laugh my lungs out, it knows it's audience, the concept is solid and original, and it's pure insanity and mostly fun from start to finish, but the controls can be a huge hassle which may make you feel like you didn't get...
Summary: this game has defiantly given me mixed opinions. it has its pros and cons pros: great puzzles, and levels funny humor mainly challenging levels HATS cons: glitches galore lack or screaming guy unexpected scene of gore and language the bugged mole boss some controls need editing *** so, i would recommend this game to people, but id wait just a little while so they can fix all this game has defiantly given me mixed opinions.
Summary: The controls worked pretty fine for me, but I hated the Reject Clone section. Also, Mecha-Squirrel felt like it caught SNK Boss Syndrome, plus it's a glitchy boss. Lag wasn't a problem, but I did notice that it took a few seconds when I died in a manner that caused a reset of the level to load back.
Summary: No Time to Explain is an interesting game, it started out as a free flash game that you could find on websites like Arcadebomb, but now is for sale on Steam. It's not a game for everyone, although it's got a lot of good things going for it. It's a brutally challenging and unique 2D platformer with a hilarious sense of humor but it's flaws are only amplified by it's $10 price tag.
Summary: I *really* want to like this game, but right now the controls are just so clunky it's hard to enjoy the game, because you feel like you spend most of your time fighting against the controls. Mouse+keyboard were fine when this was a free flash game on Newgrounds that I could play instead of doing homework at school, but as a polished, paid-for game on Steam, it's not enough - this game I *really* want to like this game, but right now the controls are just so clunky it's...
Summary: I can't believe I greenlit this turd on Steam. While the graphics are charming and the humor quite funny, the controls are AWFUL and on the verge of unplayable. Not even worth $3, much less the $10 they want. Avoid at all cost.