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Re: OK who has Culpa Innata? First Impressions?? [Re: zman] #225237
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Originally Posted By: zman
The puzzles so far are just right, not too hard, but they make you think.

Would it be a spoiler to ask what types of puzzles people have encountered so far? Just curious.

Thanks!

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Re: OK who has Culpa Innata? First Impressions?? [Re: Jess519] #225256
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Inventory puzzles, pattern analysis, image reconstruction (using a computer), dialog-based, code-breaking. There may be other kinds, but this is what I remember.

Re: OK who has Culpa Innata? First Impressions?? [Re: Becky] #225260
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The Hexadecimal puzzle which i still can't figure out. I had to use Mag's walkthrough to solve it lol.

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Re: OK who has Culpa Innata? First Impressions?? [Re: -=sinotek=-] #225282
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Thanks, guys! smile

Any sliders? Not that I dislike them or anything, just curious. wink

I'm glad to hear everyone's first impressions. I probably won't get this one for awhile. Have a bunch of others that need to be played first.

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Re: OK who has Culpa Innata? First Impressions?? [Re: Jess519] #225309
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Jess, I don't remember any sliders, but it's been quite awhile since I played it. puppy


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Re: OK who has Culpa Innata? First Impressions?? [Re: looney4labs] #225365
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Noooooo

We hate sliders laugh Well not hate really, just we aren't friends at the moment really.

No sliders, timed mazes (mazes at all) Nice thing when you make the game you can stay away from every puzzle type that you don;t like as a gamer heh heh






Re: OK who has Culpa Innata? First Impressions?? [Re: gatorlaw] #225368
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Laura: Rats! And I was sooo disappointed I didn't find timed maze filled with slider puzzles which you'd solve while having to deflect randomly shot laser beams.

Maybe an idea for Culpa 2? Or maybe you can make minimalistic puzzle design. Like for example having a crypt and a key lying next to it. You take the key and unlock the crypt to find a next key-with-crypt scene? Or am I being needlessly cryptic? laugh


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Re: OK who has Culpa Innata? First Impressions?? [Re: metamorphium] #225375
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There better be a 2nd Culpa! So many stuff left unanswered. Even if there will be tons of timed mazes puzzles, I'd still play it!

Re: OK who has Culpa Innata? First Impressions?? [Re: -=sinotek=-] #225378
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I haven't got the game yet but sounds like something I am going to love! Just have to wait for backdated payrise to put in a bulk order to get up-to-date with all the recent releases!! happydance

I am itching to reply to your post of 30th October Fathamburger - I disagree with so much that you have said but am aware that it is off topic. It would be great if you could start a new thread about your thoughts on the current AG scene so we can all get stuck in properly! smile

Re: OK who has Culpa Innata? First Impressions?? [Re: chrissie] #225465
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I'm enjoying the game a lot. The graphics ARE very nice, but as was said above, it really doesn't matter how juicy the graphics are. The substance has to show through.
It does.
I don't feel like I'm there, but it hasn't let me down.
I've already had 3 different kinds of puzzles, well, 4 if I count locating/figuring out stuff; there were no mazes, and I haven't even gotten to the nightclub yet.

Re: OK who has Culpa Innata? First Impressions?? [Re: BubbaJake] #225490
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just got my copy today .Really enjoy playing it .Starts a little slow .Then as you get into the story it gets you.The puzzals .What I have done arn t to hard and go with the story .Don t know if the puzzals will get harder later on .Every thing seems to follow as you go on with the investigation .I love these sort of games .No work done and I burnt the tea lol

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