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Game Not Showing When Launched from in Steam
The game doesn't seem to be starting for me when I open it from within Steam. It starts three processes I can see in the Windows Task Manager, but nothing shows up!
If I run the game from outside of Steam, however, it starts just fine!
Shouldn't the order of the episodes in the menu be something like
Episode 0: Holy Molluscamony
Episode 1: Humble Pie?
I think most people don't choose to play a bonus episode before the main game. I played Humble Pie first, so I was thrown in at the dee...
I've lived in Yorkshire for several years & this is one of the most accurate simulations I've ever seen of Yorkshire life. From the correct use of ginnels & love of pies, to the suspicious robots and secret society of slug people, everything is just as I might see it outside my window.
Really great point-and-click that's genuinely enjoyable & entertaining. One of the few games where I found myself laughing out loud from the tutorial onwards.
In 'Yorkshire Gubbins', you play as Steggy and use verbs to make things happen in Calder, Yorkshire. Whether it be open, close, give, pick up, look at, talk to, push, pull, or use, you wield the power of verbs and solve problems. This includes figuring out which bride is a clone and winning a pie contest.
Charlotte Gore, the game designer, did a fantastic job with the writing, art design and programming. Its British humour may not be for everyone, but I found it amusing and captivating. 'Yorkshire Gubbins' is a light point-and-click adventure game that is perfect for an hour or two of fun.
At the time of this review, the game consists of a tutorial, the pilot episode called 'Holy Molluscamony', and the first episode named 'Humble Pie'. The pilot episode sets the scene for Steggy's future adventures, and 'Humble Pie' offers simple, fun puzzles that are great diversions from your woes. I will add to his review as future episodes are released.
For a few quids, 'Yorkshire Gubbins' is defiinitely worth checking out.