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Twilight City: Love as a Cure

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In Twilight City: Love as a Cure, you're a young vampire passionately in love with a human. However, the curse of being immortal comes at a high price. Your burning desire for blood can destroy your love. It's up to you to search for a cure in the mysterious city of Skylight. Overcome all obstacles and become human again!

  • Unique gameplay
  • Immersive atmosphere
  • Remove the vampire curse!
Release date
1C Company
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/7/8/10
  • Processor: 1 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 Compatible
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 209 MB available space
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Twilight City: Love as a Cure reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
A very interesting little game. Endowed with a history that holds the road, of exceptional artworks, of a soundtrack rather well made, of a really pretty interface; Anyway, Twilight city could have been really excellent. Only (big) flat, excessive repetitiveness of the actions. Indeed, during this hour and a half (this is the duration of the game), you will have to press a hundred times on the buttons "work" and "rest" to earn coins then you will have to spend them to fulfill the different objectives. Admittedly, it is a bit the principle of a game of accumulation of stats but we could have very well imagined the addition of steam success in order to Corser things and continue to play it once the adventure completed, a lifetime of 5, 7, (10?) hours with a passive game mode and the use of steam notifications as well as longer actions. A bit like an oGame, BiteFight, Grepolis (the famous browser games) or one would be based in 1 or 2 hours real, one would accomplish an action in 24 hours. This would really appreciate the game because there I stay a little on my hunger.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Nice little casual Game for In Between, unfortunately little Depth or Claim. If you just want to have a little Fun after Work and want to click here and a little bit there, you will have enough Pleasure with the Game. It looks like a Hidden Object game with a Strategy map view and RPG character development at first, but in the End it's not much different from such a Click game as Hero of the Kingdom. So You run from A to B and do different Tasks for people, usually by Clicking. From time to time you can also play a light Hidden Object Game. But more than one is dear, you spend Time pushing your Character by pouring money, resting, buying objects, learning things and doing all the Stuff around it. People talk to one and there's a little Story to it. That's all like the Graphics and the Technology decent Average, but nothing more. I played through it because I like the Vampire setting. Since you don't think you can go wrong in the Game and You can only stretch the Paths and playing time through incorrect Planning and Clicking, it is suitable for anyone who is into a little entertaining Clicking. More Discerning Contemporaries should think very carefully about buying it, they might get bored. Well, as I said, I thought the game was quite nice, but now I'm also happy to finally be through with it. What's a Pity is that you haven't put in at least a few Achievements. Since you can still play after the Story, for example, you could have provided a little Long-term Motivation for all completed tasks and Collectibles. The Game is lovingly made and never crashed during the Season. So I give the Game a Rating: 6/10
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