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Sorry, James

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You are James Garner, security engineer in Mantis Corp., leading tech company in weaponry field. You get usual task to decrypt company files. Unusual is that these files contain bizarre chat. Things become weirder, when you realize, that your job is to “hack love story”. Why this is so important for Mantis? What can hide behind someone's conversation? What will you risk to find out the truth? Sorry, James is story-driven puzzle game which take unusual step on storytelling. You will discover plot through dialogues of two strangers and learn a tale about James, whose role is to decrypt files containing that chat. Along with creepy thriller and conspiracy atmosphere there is unique game mechanic that reminds mix of Sudoku and Minesweeper-like gameplay.Features STORY. Witness non-usual storytelling, which revolves around hacking a love story. DIALOGUES. Based on chat with real people, psychology researches and real-life conversations. VISUAL. Dive into office atmosphere with elements of thriller in retro style graphics. GAMEPLAY. Unique puzzle experience mix inspired by Sudoku and Minesweeper. LEVELS. Half a hundred levels, that will satisfy both hardcore and casual players with up to 3-6 hours of gameplay.
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Release date
Nov 10, 2017
Developer
Konstructors
Publisher
GrabTheGames
Age rating
Not rated
Website
https://www.konstructors.com/sorryjames

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP SP2+
  • Processor: 2.0Ghz+
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Shader model 3.0
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
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In short, it is a game of puzzles correct, with a little story without big surprise but rather well written and who knows how to keep its little mysteries. A nice hobby. Specifically, it is a game that likes to surround itself with a certain aura of mystery, and even starts by presenting to the player who does not expect too a login screen with username and password to seize, without any other form of trial. These are actually on the page of the game, but it sets the tone: clues and data are soated here and there, but there is no tutorial, no assistance. Concretely, the puzzle part is correct, with simple mechanics, which are added progressively, and combine in a fairly natural way. Nevertheless nothing that lasts long, and the 50 puzzles will end in less than 6 hours. The small peculiarity of sorry, James compared to a classic puzzle game is that solving a puzzle can decode a conversation fragment. These are offered in five lots of a dozen, each lot to be completed before moving on to the next. It can be noted here that although the puzzles of a lot can be solved in any order, it is preferable to do so in their natural order, because each gives a number, which combined with the others, provides the decoding key of the next batch. It makes sense in the diegesis of the game, but finding the right order of key can be a tedious bit. The story of the game, precisely, is that we are asked to decode these fragments of conversation, which are dated but presented in disorder. This discussion, as a result of an instant messaging, between Elisa, whose haunting portrait illustrates the page of the game, and a interlocutor whose text remains blurred. So it is actually half the conversation that we have access to, but the text and context make it possible to understand most of it. As everything happens in a messy way, it gives a somewhat disjointed impression, and it would come to reconstruct the mental puzzle of this Exchange by noting the dates... Except that if we play the game demo, ask the right questions, and get the right information (or we'll see on a guide), you can access another screen that allows you to replay all the fragments in the right order. Better, in some, the text of the interlocutor is readable, allowing better understanding of the story. This one remains mysterious if you are content with what is purely in the game itself, and you have to look around. Another guide tries to compile the information available to construct some assumptions. The most seasoned will already have very strong suspicions by the same first name used. In the end, even if the game never offers a big resistance or surprise, it allows to spend a few hours in a rather pleasant way.
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