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Rescue Lucy

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Rescue Lucy
You play the role of the girl in this twisted adventure into the dark woods.

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One morning you were walking through the woods with your dog, named Lucy. All was good and peaceful, until something startled Lucy, and she ran deep into the forest.

For hours you searched for Lucy, until the sunset and darkness fell. Through the fading light you find an old house, could this be where Lucy is hiding? You enter the creepy house, hoping to find your dog.

What mysteries await you within these walls?

During your search you...

Discover a variety of different locations and rooms with many puzzles, and hidden monsters. Collect a variety of items and combine them into useful tools. Rid the house of the monsters and find your beloved Lucy.

Rescue Lucy, is a game with mysterious atmosphere which immerses you in this amazing adventure.

Beautiful graphics and music will relax and haunt you during the search through the mysterious house.

With gently and thought provoking puzzles, Rescue Lucy is a high quality adventure with heart.Help, Rescue Lucy...
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System requirements for PC

  • Processor: Any 64 or 32 bit processor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL Compatible Video card
  • Storage: 60 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OS X v10.6, or later
  • Processor: Intel Core™ Duo 1.83GHz or faster processor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL Compatible Video card
  • Storage: 80 MB available space
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Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Lucy in the house with monsters Rare had such a bad Experience with a According to description "high quality Adventure with Heart and Soul." Rescue Lucy is an Adobe Flash game of half an Hour and in no Way recommended-yet it incomprehensibly has about 50% positive Reviews of all Steam reviews. Emotionless Rescue-Game Principle Since the Story remains strong in the Background-we rescue our Dog Lucy from an old Walls-right to the Game principle: We enter the House, collect Keys and other useful Things, click into the next Room where a Creeps with the right Object must be destroyed in 5 Seconds. Sounds exciting? But It is not, because in addition to the unwieldy Inventory (therefore, select object First, then enter Space), illogical connections are also served: Why do I need a Skeletal Hand to open a normal door when everyone else opens in front of it with a Key Were? https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1687537338 In half an Hour, Lucy was saved, something you are extremely happy about; In order to receive all 5 Collectible cards, you can then wait for a few more. The Game is Translated into German at Google level, so you can look forward to Expressions like "Continue the Game." In addition, the Masterpiece seems to have greatly inspired a certain "Home Darkness-Escape" by the same developer, since many Screens are identical, only the Colour Scheme differs. The two free DLCs don't tear anything out, especially since Lucy doesn't even occur there and everything else from The Same is only shorter. A weak Rescue Attempt that brings no Fun at all leads to swirl clicking and pairs the touted "gently thought-stimulating Puzzles" with illogical Application. Therefore, this short Game for £2.99is not recommended to anyone except the One who enjoys Collectible cards. Do you Fancy more Reviews with once more and once fewer archaeological Notes? Then come over and join my curators group The Archaeologist plays ... At.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
"Rescue Lucy" is a small Point-and-click Adventure. We're a little Girl and our Dog Lucy is gone. Apparently he's in a mysterious, half-derelict house. So all the Courage put together and searched in the Rooms for Objects that will take us further. In Various screens, we collect Objects in different Screens, combine them or use them And thus advance bit by Bit. Amazingly, we encounter some supernatural Being in every second Room. Sometimes a Vampire, sometimes a Ghost or even a Fire Creature. We only ever have five Minutes to leave the Screen again, otherwise we die. Fortunately, the Opponents can be destroyed quite simply. For example, we simply blow a Skeleton on the Bones or a Ghost we just sprinkle with Salt, already the Problem has been solved. Simplicity just turns opponents into game mechanically questionable Nerve Bolts. In General, the Puzzles can hardly be described as such. They are simply too simple. The only thing that stops you is the sometimes existing Illogic. We have opened ten doors with a matching Key, but for the eleventh, which looks the same, we need an Acid. Content is scarcely available. The Game lasts maybe 20 Minutes if you take your Time. Apparently, the Developer also noticed the embarrassingly small Scope, because he has pushed back on two free DLCs. Although they increase the Playing Time a little, they do not bring anything New Mechanically at all, but are characterized only by complete Futility and Illogic. How little Effort the Developer has put into this flash game can also be seen in the German Version, which contains a total Of about 3-5 characters. Not a single one has anything to do with the German Language in syntactically and semantically. And even if the Screens seem quite nicely drawn, the Game doesn't deserve the Hassle of engaging with it. Rating: 4/10 Atmosphere 3/10 Story 6/10 Graphic 4/10 Sound 4/10 Game Mechanics 2/10 Balancing 4/10 Game Pass Conclusion: This Lucy is not Salvageable. 4/10 Overall Rating
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