Gemini Rue is an excellent Point and Click adventure with a low res, grimy, cyber-punk aesthetic. The look and animation of the game remind me of old games I used to play on the Amiga, in a good way. The sound design is well done as is the voice acting, though it would have been nice to have some variety in the lines that get repeated often. The puzzles in the game are generally relatively simple, but this is for the best as it keeps them from causing too much interruption in the story which is the highlight of the game. In the game you play the part of several characters, and at one point can even change between them to complete portions of their story in whatever order you choose. That is one of design strengths of the game, like pretty much any game in the genre, the progression is basically linear, however there are different paths which must be explored completely to allow you ultimately progress through the story, but you can complete these paths separately or work on one them move back to another then come back to complete the first. This both allows the game to move more naturally as you don't feel like you are on rails most of the time; and allows you to do something else and come back to it if you get stumped in your progression. I'm not the best point and click player and often have to refer to walkthroughs to complete them. I did have to do this two times, and in both cases it was very small objects in the environment which I didn't realize were interactive that stumped me. I liked the low res look of the game, but the pixilation probably aggravated these objects not standing out. If there were a system to highlight the objects that were interactive, that would help to eliminate that issue. Yes, that would be easy mode, but if I could only turn easy mode on when I really needed, it would interrupt much less than having to leave and do a Google search. The only other minor gripe I have is that you cannot view your item inventory without first finding an interactive object. If you like point and clicks it's a must play, if you don't then you'll find it less aggravating than most.