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Beholder 2

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Every citizen of our great State dreams of working at the Prime Ministry!
You are lucky, intern – your dream has come true!
While you are at the bottom of the career ladder, that is more than many of your fellow citizens will ever achieve!
Have you already decided what you're going to become?
Will you become a diligent and responsible officer decorated by the Wise Leader himself? Or will you become a hardline careerist capable of destroying anyone who stands between you and the Prime Minister's seat? Or maybe you are just a whistle-blower? If so, who sent you? And why?
Whatever the case, you are now part of the Ministry!
From this moment on, no one beyond these walls has ascendance over you! You are free to shape your own future!
So, what are you going to become?

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Alawar Entertainment
Warm Lamp Games
Alawar Entertainment, Inc, Alawar Premium
Age rating
17+ Mature
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System requirements for iOS

iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Pro, iPad Pro Cellular, iPad Pro 9.7, iPad Pro 9.7 Cellular, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPad 6 1 1, iPad 6 1 2, iPad 7 1, iPad 7 2, iPad 7 3, iPad 7 4, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPad 7 5, iPad 7 6, iPhone X S, iPhone X S Max, iPhone X R, iPad 8 1 2, iPad 8 3 4, iPad 8 5 6, iPad 8 7 8, iPad Mini 5, iPad Mini 5 Cellular, iPad Air 3, iPad Air 3 Cellular, iPod Touch Seventh Gen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7/8/10
  • Additional Notes: MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Loyalty to the System! Devotion to the State! Trust in the infallibility of the Wise Leader! Basic Bureaucracy skills.
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Beholder 2 by Warm Lamp Games and Alawar Premium. Story Your Father passed away and you have to find out why and especially what your old Gentleman was working on. Right at the Beginning, it looks like the Game is going to give you answers very quickly. However, this is only the first Appearance, because the totalitarian State in which you live very quickly makes a Dash through the Bill and also on Work, in the big Ministry, put some Stones in your Way. So it's easy to estimate who you can trust in how far, who you help and who you're going behind. Every Decision has Consequences for you and your Fellow Human Beings, sometimes even fatal ones. Since there are usually several Solutions, there are several Ways to deal with the individual persons, all of Whom actually have very interesting and exciting Backstories. As a result, the Game also invites you to play it multiple times to find out how it would have gone on after the other Decisions you could have made. It is also very nice that you refer to Beholder 1 again and again, which is a nice Fan Support for Lovers of the first Part. But even those who have not played this will have no Problem following the Action of the second Part. Gameplay The Gameplay is most akin to a Point & Click Adventure. You send your Character "Evan" from Place to Place, talk to People, collect Items and, above all, information. Depending on which Level of the Career Ladder you are at in the Ministry, you also have Work waiting for you. These Works are very different, but you find yourself well in all of them and once you have the Bow out you can also earn quite well. There are 2 Currencies, Money and Authority. Money is particularly important for settling Bills or acquiring Items. Authority is especially important for getting Information out of People and for getting promoted, which is also the Goal of the Game, because that's the only way you get more Information about your Father. For pretty much everything you do, you also need Time, the most important thing in the Game. You have 9 Hours per Day outside your Apartment, for Work, for searching Desks or the like and for other Things. When you come home with Residual Time, you have These + 2 more Hours at your disposal (You have 3 Hours left of the Day as you go home? Now you have 5 Hours at your Apartment). With this you can watch TV, Do Messenger courses that are presented as a Kind of Text adventure Or read fold-preserved Books to learn Skills. With everything you do so, you should always have the Consequences in Mind, otherwise it can happen quickly that you run out of Money, Fail tasks or other unsightly things that at worst even lead to the Game Over. What is somewhat negative Are smaller Bugs, especially if you finish Orders from it after The Death of a Character. Then, in Conversations, the Game pretends that it is still Life, which somewhat disturbs the Atmosphere. Even smaller Hangers stand out in the Graphics unpleasant, but all in a fairly small Frame and concealed. Graphics & Sound The Look is quite gloomy, which is especially due to the monochrome graphics. However, this black and white Style fits very well with the Theme of the Game. The Characters and their Portraits all look very individual and what is particularly beautiful, the Characters from the Predecessor look exactly as in Beholder 1, so that a Recognition Value is there. The Setting Is definitely a Matter Of taste. Since the Characters give only an incomprehensible Rabble of themselves "demamelada," or something like that. The Film Sequences are well set to music and the Background Music has also succeeded very well, fits the Scenes and creates even more Atmosphere. Conclusion A damn well successful Continuation of an already very good Game. Those who liked the Predecessor should not miss Beholder 2. Even those who like Games in which you have to try your Head and have different Solutions are well advised here. A very clear Recommendation, even at this fair Original price! By The way, the Game is now also readable in German, so English Proficiency is no longer necessary. If you need another Opinion, you can read the official Opinion of the GGC here. If the Review helps and/or likes you, follow our Review Program! And write calmly in the Comments if you want to tell me something about this Review. This Product has been made available for Review purposes by the Developer/Publisher.
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