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Recent reviews by Erbkaiser

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5 people found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
The third entry in the Cat Search In... series, once again cats are hidden by blending in seamlessly with the background.
Of the three games so far, this is the most difficult one, especially because of the hidden swords which blend in with building elements.

I enjoyed my time with the entire series but this one is definitely the best. If you like your cat HOGs, pick it up.
Posted February 21.
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5 people found this review helpful
0.5 hrs on record
Like the other games in the series, Cat Search in The Wild West is a hidden object game where you search for a lot of cats. Unlike most other games in the genre, the challenge here comes from the cats blend in with the background.

The game serves as a great demo for the other games in the series, Medieval Times and Feudal Japan. If you like this game, you know what you are getting with those paid entries.
Posted February 21.
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5 people found this review helpful
0.5 hrs on record
Cat Search in Medieval Times is a hidden object game where you search for a lot of cats. Unlike most other games in the genre, the challenge here comes from the cats blend in with the background.
To keep you relaxed as you search for the cats, some nice music is included.

Given how differently this plays from the numerous other 'hidden cat' games, it is a nice breath of fresh air.
Posted February 21.
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5 people found this review helpful
4.9 hrs on record
Lust for Darkness is an erotic exploration game with stealth elements.
You invade a Victorian mansion filled with enemies, but as you go along you also enter a magic realm.
This is a low budget game and it shows in all elements, but the overall package is well done. The voice acting is also well done.

There are some really good ideas in the game, as well as some annoyances. Given this goes regularly on sale it is definitely worth a look - beware there is a lot of nudity and sexual acts though.
Posted February 21.
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7 people found this review helpful
1.3 hrs on record
A very charming 'walking simulator' that is fully narrated. The island is crafted nicely with a couple of spots where memories are triggered, or just spots to sit down and relax.
There is even an original song in it.

If you like relaxing walking sims, don't skip this. Sadly, I only learned of its existence because it will be removed, so if you read this and it is still for sale, go get it.
Posted February 21.
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9 people found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.5 hrs on record (1.4 hrs at review time)
Reaper is the long awaited sequel to Echo Tokyo: Phoenix, a narrative cyberpunk-like visual novel by Dharker Studios.
It is a sexy and at times pretty dark mystery/investigation story where Keiji reunites with Shizume, the protagonist from Phoenix in the same setting.

I liked the story, with its various dead ends and one actual resolution, but it has to played as part of the series. Within that context, it is a big step forward from Phoenix, which disappointed me when it released since the story was almost kinetic in nature with little choice. Reaper also has only one clear good path, but at least it offers enough content on the 'dead' branches to keep me interested, and has the sexual content that should also have been in Phoenix.

Was it worth the years long wait? In the end, I have to say 'yes'. I think that this is intended to close the story, and it does lead to a pretty satisfying conclusion.

IF you have played the other two Echo Tokyo games (the prequel and Phoenix), this is definitely worth it. Even if you were as disappointed in Phoenix as I was, this is a good conclusion to the story.
If however you are coming in blind, first play 'Echo Tokyo: An Intro', and then Phoenix first.
Posted February 12.
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9 people found this review helpful
0.5 hrs on record
This latest entry in the Travellin' Cats franchise is perhaps the most difficult one yet. Hidden across a beautifully detailed landscape of Georgia (country, not peach), these cats are well hidden indeed.
The calming music and the various non-cat interactive elements make the hunt very pleasant indeed.

Another excellent short hidden objects game. This developer keeps improving.
Posted February 12.
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6 people found this review helpful
1.0 hrs on record
This is a fun and short retro-inspired adventure game starring the Homestar Runner crew. While set around Halloween, it can be played at any time and there is a bit of replay value in that it has a secret quest that cannot be completed without playing the game at least once (or looking it up).

If you're a fan of Homestar Runner or of old Sierra games, this is for you.
Posted February 5.
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6 people found this review helpful
2.4 hrs on record (0.9 hrs at review time)
How often do you think about the Roman Empire?
And all the cats that might be inside it?

Hidden Cats in Rome is another great hidden object game by Nukearts. Cats are hidden among all the Roman architecture again, and in the advanced mode there are some nice references to Italian pop culture.

As usual the bonus modes are in a different graphical style, so there is a lot of variation here as you find all those pesky furry critters...
Posted November 18, 2023.
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9 people found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
0.0 hrs on record
I can't help but feel amused by how this is indeed nothing more than the selection image. A black box with a question mark.
Posted October 19, 2023.
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