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Heroine's Quest: The Herald of Ragnarok
|1 Cup||Not serious entertainment|
|2 Cups||A reasonable game, worth a try|
|3 Cups||A good game, worth playing|
|4 Cups||A great game, well worth your time|
|5 Cups||An outstanding, must-play game!|
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|Short game||Can be completed within 30 minutes|
|Medium length game||Takes at least 30 mins to finish|
|Full length game||As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic|
|MAGS game||Monthly AGS competition entry|
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About this gamePete is a lazy guy who lives in a small town in bavaria and loves his
music heavy metal and food fast.
Finally the big day has come; the Smalltown Fast Food Fortress opens,
and Pete knows just what do to: Get those burgers, and get them quick
and in high quantity!
Arriving at the chain restaurant of his choice, he can't help but notice
one big problem: They built that thing on an ancient Celtic burial site,
and now terryfying undead clan warriors from 500 B.C. have risen from
their graves and occupied the Fast Food Fortress! And all they seek is
merciless revenge, and all they crave is juicy human brain...or is it?
Nominee for best puzzles in 2009.
You control the game with a verb coin interface:
To interact with objects, hold down the left mouse button for roughly
one second and choose between eyes, mouth and hand.
Click on the right mouse button to open the inventory/menu.
To save or load, click on the menu in the inventory screen or use the
shortcuts F5 & F7.
To increase the game speed, grab the sugar cubes next to the coffee cup
in the inventory screen und raise them.
Nominated, Best Puzzles 2009
AGS Panel Review
"Catchy music. Simple graphics, and some stretched backgrounds. Some linear puzzles, and bizarre dialog can leave you guessing what you’re required to do. Only a couple small technical issues, but nothing serious."
However all of this is missing the main point...the puzzles!! This is the area that I'm on the fence about in terms of my opinion. The puzzles are HARD, really hard. It's a decent length game but you get lots of items at the beginning that are not needed right until the end, and the items combine in a very strange way. I mean, it's a game, but it's impossible to solve most of the puzzles when the situations are so unrealistic. The AGS reviewer has given quite a useless review, but I agree that the dialogue is quite inarticulate, so leaves even more confusion over how to progress!
I thought some elements of the game were very interesting and unusual, and I think with some of improvement it had some great ideas! I particularly enjoyed the memory scenes
It has definatly great puzzle. I got stuck many times in that games so that is a plus.
BTW I don't know if this text is supposed to be in german when I press the button on stove. I guess the translator forgot to translate that hehe. That must be the only bug I found.
Great very hard puzzle
Graphics ...well even it is poor, don't judge it until you finish the game. If you like Southpark you will love it.
Story.... odd but funny.
Overall I give this game B+
The game features some really nice nonlinearity, puzzles require lateral thinking but are far from "strange" (and if strange, then in that crazy adventure game way most people would enjoy, I guess), the dialogs are well written and it is always quite obvious what your next objective is - even though you have to do some puzzling to eventually get there.
I think the award nomination for "best puzzles" reflects this and puts the person who reviewed this in kind of an awkward position: In this case, I guess no review would have been better than a half-assed "Oh my, I guess I will have to have a look, but I don't like the graphics and premise and that Helme guy and I'm sure it doesn't get any better"-review.
Play it, it is really worth the while!
On the whole, the game is amusing and not quite as simple as it may first appear.