This is definitely
an old school adventure!
Man, I haven't cudgeled my brain this hard since...well, I don't know when.
(Yeah, I let Revolution tell me how to solve the Tabula Veritatis since I hate that type of puzzle!
It's worse than a slider, IMO.)
Anyway, if you're nostalgic for an old school adventure, this is it and it's a good one so far.
Here's a partial review of the game from a Spanish website translated by an 'extension' on Opera called In-Place Translator.
(Does a better job than Google if you ask me.)
"In short, The Samaritan Paradox is a great game and a great adventure game, with a truly fascinating story powerfully reminiscent of Scandinavian literature of thrillers such as the aforementioned works. The puzzles, although complicated, they are logical and can be resolved smoothly by going to reason, but there are others, very few, who come to the imagination for its resolution. The graphic aspect turns out to be one of the strong points of the proposal of Faravid Interactive, especially for lovers of the "pixel art" and achieved, with high accuracy, a total immersion in the title."http://niveloculto.com/analisis-the-samaritan-paradox/
if you read Spanish.