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Heileen 1: Sail Away

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Heileen, cute 18 years old english girl. She has a quiet life, without any real problems. But one day, her uncle Otto, a famous english merchant, decides that it is time for a change, and forces her to follow him on a journey to the New World. During the voyage, she'll meet old and new friends and discover lots of secrets, and ultimately find what really wants for herself.FEATURES Lots of unique characters to interact with and three different endings! Quest system: get points when you discover new quests and when you solve them Get a final rating based on your score at the end of the game! The story continues with Heileen 2, also available on Steam!
Release date
Jun 6, 2014
Winter Wolves
Winter Wolves
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for Linux

  • Processor: 1 Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Storage: 40 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card
  • Storage: 40 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OS 10.4
  • Processor: 1Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Storage: 40 MB available space
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Heileen 1: Sail Away reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
The Creators promise an unforgettable sea voyage, a bunch of unique characters, with which you can interact, an interesting system of quests/quests and love love... Do not believe, THEY CHEAT! The Plot is simple and absurd, like a sinking axe: The heroine (like Mary Sue) floats from point A to point B on the ship, crammed starved for women's caress sailors. Since Heilin (our GG) is young/beautiful/rich/idiot/virgin (underline) The whole team is drooling. The Girl Herself dreams of the Shurah-Murah with John-the only young and more or less sympathetic representative of the male tribe, which we (the players) show. In Addition to the men on the heroine sticky girlfriend childhood and "aunt from the brothel opposite." That's love. Of the 11 "unique" characters (all the characters in the game, including the kitten) you can build a relationship with three: two girls and John. Three arches and only THREE ACHIEVEMENTS per game (Agrobrggrfr!) the Love choice is illogical. A Relationship without sincerity that you simply don't believe in. The Scenario is not impressive, and the ABSENCE of any ILLUSTRATIONS in general drives in anguish. So when John admits that he loves you, he wants to send him to the Sea Devil. Good MUSIC was not brought into the game. Almost all the time you will listen to the silence diluted with occasional noise effects. For the whole game you will hear 2 or 3 melodies: in credits, in the end and during the beginning of a new chapter. But you should turn over the dialog box back-and the dust! -The music disappears immediately, as if it was not. Quest SYSTEM/Quests... Slag. During the next selection of the answer you can open some task, which will succeed, if you guess the correct answer in the future, and if you do not guess-the task is failed. And you will not earn points. Points are spit all the game, and after the ending you will get to the screen their total number and rank. Uh-uh... What for? What the hell is that? For It even achievement do not give. I was hoping to the end that the game will have pirates and somehow, somewhere, yes something diversify. But no one showed up. The impression was that the developers were very cautious about the soil, creating the first part of the game. They were so much afraid to overload it with something superfluous, that in the end the game turned out to be some empty and unfinished. It feels like there is only a captain, a cook, a ship's doctor and three sailors on a big merchant ship. The Rest are dead souls. The Game is very SHORT, and it's probably a fat plus, because it's pretty bland. The Only thing I liked is the DRAWING. Peculiar, but there is something in it. Though The clothes of heroes (heroines in particular) are not in the subject at all. The Combination in which the humble is flauntable Heylin, clearly came here from the future. Well, Laura's outfit... Should be more closed, and not as an exotic concubine. I find it hard to recommend this game to anyone. There's no romance or adventure. Fans of Shojo-Aya can also sleep quietly: I doubt that quick "chmok" on the lips and massage heel you are seriously interested. But you can always buy a game on sale and play for the sake of a cat. Yes, the cat is good here, but it's not enough.
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