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A sinister force now controls the city of Neutropolis. A once-thriving city full of beauty and light, Neutropolis has been reduced to a a stagnant pit of apathy. As Kent Knutson, a shameless dreamer and one of Neutropolis' most awkward citizens, you have been imprisoned for a week and are now under home arrest for that most sinister of crimes: whistling in public. You must get out of your home and explore the vast city of Neutropolis and solve the riddle of a nation’s apathy. Point and click with the unique voodoo doll interface and be rewarded by motion capture sequences as you gather clues and solve puzzles. Chuckle at the bizarre plot and chew carpet while your brain wraps itself around puzzles that are greater than the sum of their parts. If you manage to understand the mystery that shrouds Neutropolis, you're only halfway there...

Why is the city so controlled? Why does the most successful company in town make furniture? Why can't penguins fly? Who is Brian Deluge? How can you solve the riddle of the mystery of the clue of the puzzle that shrouds Neutropolis?Features:
  • Explore the incredibly detailed city of Neutropolis that is anything but a normal place
  • Amble freely through unique and surreal locations made with impressive attention to detail
  • Challenging puzzles with multiple and sometimes twisted and bizarre, solutions
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Gremlin Interactive
Kiss, Funbox Media, Blue Moon Red Owl
Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7

System requirements for macOS

OS X 10.6.8 or later, Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2GHz+, Memory: 1GB of RAM, Graphics: 256 MB of video memory. Recommended two-button mouse, or Apple mouse with Secondary Button / Secondary Click enabled.

System requirements for Linux

Ubuntu 14.04 / Linux Mint 17, Processor: 2.0 GHz, Memory: 1 GB RAM, Graphics: 256 MB VRAM, OpenGL compatible.
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Microsoft from Russian
Game Description: First person Quest 1996 release. The Action takes place in a very strange world, where our main character was punished by house arrest with 24-hour TV watching. We have to get out of the room and go on a trip to an unusual city, get acquainted with eccentric characters and do strange and illogical actions. Pros: ¥ No. Cons: ¥ Outdated Graphics. ¥ Nasty Music and voice-acting characters. ¥ Inconvenient Control-Walking with the mouse or arrows on the keyboard. ¥ Not Logical actions with objects. ¥ Weak Plot. ¥ Flat Humor. Bottom Line: I Thought I was sitting and wondering how I could miss such a game in my younger years... Launched and understood... In this game mediocre everything and can not be singled out anything... Played through power... I love Retro, but Normality is a passable even for its time, and now the game looks ridiculous and ridiculous. Not recommended. Rating: 2/10 post-match: If you liked this review welcome to the group http://steamcommunity.com/groups/uojer-here you can see the recommended games, other reviews, as well as just chat in good company.
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Nice (albeit not that new) concept, but overall this game has many flaws. Basically, it's a 2D platformer in which you control a ball or better, the ball itself moves according to gravity 'cos you can only manoeuver through WASD keys the screen. Ok, do you have in mind the application Windows uses to view photos? In the low bar you can rotate them of 90° degrees? That's what this game does. Left and right keys and the ball (ok the game says that's a deformed creature called The Stalker, to me looks like a badly designed ball) will keep on falling or will float in the air while you go from point A to point B avoiding spikes , flames etc.; of course, while you progress other things are added such as mandatory directional arrows, Mario-like fading blocks, exploding tiles and so on. The game itself is hard and challenging, but overall it's not new at all and it's really badly designed. Every level looks the same, the background is the same and so on. The soundtrack and sounds in general are truly awful. The controls aren't so buggy but ovearll if this game was free, ok, it would surpass many Flash games out there but since it isn't free, I don't think this will add something to your collection if you've been into these kinds of minimalistic Flash gravity platformers for years. Nothing against the game itself or its developers, but I still think that it could have been way more and better refined. And I mean, the achievements are all dubbed "Compleat Sector".. ok, I suck at English and I've never studied it but.. please, at least have someone review your spelling before publishing a game.. ahah
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