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Cibele

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Cibele is a game based on a true story about love, sex, and the internet. You play as a 19 year old girl named Nina who has become close with a young man she met in an online game. Her relationship with him heats up, becoming more and more intimate with each phone call and private chat. The game unravels in three acts. The player plays as Nina, going into her online game, exploring her desktop, chatting with her friends and going about her daily life as she plays her online game. It is a narrative game which strives to help the player walk in Nina's shoes as she plays her online game, becoming more and more intimate with her lover as each act unfolds. Features 3 full acts. Based on a true story. Multiple short films offer an intimate glimpse into Nina's life. A richly illustrated and scored game world to explore called Valtameri, with multiple maps. A fully interactive desktop that changes over the course of the game, offering a glimpse into Nina's life outside of her online game. Recommendations and Notes The game takes about 1.5 to 2 hours to play through in full. It's recommended that you play it in one sitting. Headphones are recommended. The game is intended for mature audiences.
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71
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Release date
Nov 2, 2015
Developer
Star Maid Games
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N/A
Age rating
18+ Adults Only
Website
http://cibelegame.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 8
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: OS X 10.10.5
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
Recommended:
  • OS: OS X 10.10
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
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Cibele reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
First of all it is not worth it's price, i have seen free flash games that have this quality. It is pretty sad though, since the idea is really good but executed quiet bad. The parts where you are in the mmo feels exactly like what it is: a plain filler to get the voice dialogs and chat messages going. In combination with having 0 influence on any decision or answer you write drops you out of expieriencing the story trough the protagonists live pretty fast. It feels more like a movie that you can click trough to puzzle parts of the story yourself while others are outplayed in movie sequenzes / voice dialogs. It is pretty hard to call that a game at all. It is more a visual novel without any meaningfull choices you can make.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
First of All, It's NOT a classic Game. More of an interactive Story where you can browse a bit exploratory in Folders and Files. It's very short (bit longer than 1h), so I'd only recommend it if you can get it cheap for < 3-4 €. Many people may have experienced the Story that is told here at a young Age: You play a multiplayer game, get to know a few new People and you will find the first big "online love." But big Plottwists can't be found here overall. The "Gameplay" itself works in such a way that you can sit on the Protagonist's PC, look at a few Folders with Photos and Files (which are designed in the Style of "real footage"). It all seemed very realistic to me, could be a real Person, although I found the Performers rather too old for it. The Movie Scenes I found rather awkward. The Main Part then takes place in a Game in the Game, which is very simple (click On monsters to kill them). The Interesting Thing is more the Voicechat. By the Way, occasionally ploppize emails, chat Messages, Blog entries. All in all, a cute Story that is told, but also a bit artsy and just not equating with a real Game.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
I tried to win the Game something postive. And the Idea behind it isn't bad either: You play a Game, and Skype dialogues are played that carry the Plot. Would work. Unfortunately, the Story is not very exciting, even if it's not bad, if you know inffuciently what to expect. And the "Game" you play is grotto bad and not Fun. You play through exactly the same thing almost 3 times. And since this 3x of the fictional Game is divided into three identical Sections, you click all the Time through 9 absolutely identical "fake game worlds," which could hardly have been more boring, monotonous, and linear. I didn'T like the Cutscenes either. Real Film Intersequences are basically not optimal, but of the technical Style, they seem as if this was an 8-class film project. I was honestly glad when finally the End Credits came. But now some positive Things: + The Actors ' Bicers are doing a good Job + The Graphics are at least at first glance quite chic + You can look around on the Protagonist's PC, and find some Things That's my first negative Review about a Game And I try to win something positive every Game, but this one was probably nix. Sry.
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