Mickmane Oct 4, 2013 @ 7:26am
What's the point?
I downloaded the trial, started it, and all I can do is walk straight to the bench, wait to sit down, and go back. Can't turn to go down a different path exploring (granny might walk that way but the camera can't follow). Nothing happens on the way to the bench and back.
All it does is keep one finger (and thus pretty much the hand) occupied with the keyboard.

So, what's the point?
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Kruz Oct 13, 2013 @ 1:23pm 
This is a hardcore strategy game, go back to your Call of Duty camper fest
Mickmane Oct 13, 2013 @ 3:59pm 
I don't know what Call of Duty is, but I don't see any strategy in not being able to do anything but walk there, sit, and walk back.

I guess making a content-less comment is your way of saying: "I don't know either, I just live off trying to troll people online."
Samz44 Feb 21 @ 8:55am 
You cant do the whole game in the trial and also you WILL die in the trial
Mickmane Feb 21 @ 9:56am 
The trial should give an idea of what to expect in the game. And no, what I described was all I saw. Nothing interesting, no point, no game at all.

And from the number and type of replies here, I figure there really is nothing. Someone who was enjoying himself would get enthusiastic about sharing it with the unenlightened, if there is anything to share, no?

The friend of me who streamed bits of Dear Esther pointed out the things he liked too. It may not be what I like, but at least he had something to point out. You apparently don't. Because there is nothing.

"You will die in the trial"? I'm not going to waste more (finger-)time on this to see if there's anything noteworthy behind that comment. That pointless walk took too many minutes already. Even typing this is a far better waste of time that I can spent more enjoyable.
Fhqwhgod Feb 21 @ 10:43am 
Originally posted by Samz44:
You cant do the whole game in the trial and also you WILL die in the trial
No. You WILL die in the full version. You CANNOT die in the Trial.
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