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Pizza Nostra

by Christian Cammilleri

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File size: 38 MB
Downloaded: 755 times
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Genres:
Historical, Other, Original
Release Date:
24 Jun 2013
AGS Panel Rating:
Not rated yet
Player Rating:
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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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Content advisory:
Occasional, mild
Suggestive dialog
Strong

Public Opinion

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6 people have rated this game so far:
Visual:
93%
Immersion:
87%
Puzzles & Pacing:
87%
Overall Enjoyment:
90%

About this game

Chicago 1930, Joe Matone a petty thief, is caught by the police in a confusing episode.
A desperate police officer with a serious problem offers him freedom if Matone fulfils the tough mission to infiltrate the dangerous Muzzarelli Family, in order to save his kidnapped daughter.
Therefore, Joe will get involved in a great adventure, with many plot twists, difficult decisions, lies, betrayals and violence.

Featuring:

Over 100 rooms
Tons of characters
Minigames
Music from the 30’s


Steal!

Kill!

Blackmail!

Earn your freedom!
See the people who made this game and any other games they've worked on >>
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Khristian Cammilleri has worked on 1 other games: (see them >>)
Sounds and testing

2 people commented on this game (newest first):

What can I say? Really good game. I really loved the story and immersion.
The bad: some technical glitches, nothing that crashes the game though, but some aspects of the scripting (like the dialog system and the inventory) are a little annoying. For example, sometimes you can pick up the same object more than once (it would replicate in the inventory), and some descriptions for objects and hotspots are missing, so one have to guess what objects are relevant to the situation.
Overall, great story, the programming could be better. Congratulations! Can't wait for Part 2!
2014-01-21 18:56:06 by JuaniT
This game's graphics are beautiful. They are very clean, build a really nice atmosphere and the author made a great job keeping consistency. It looks like the game has a good dose of zany humor, but I can't really tell, because I stopped playing after a few minutes.

There were several reasons for abandoning such a promising game. For once, the puzzles are too easy and linear; the author's English is confusing and distracting; and for me the worst was encountering an unexpected action minigame with no clear way to control the character, which upon me losing in about 2 seconds, led me to a gameover screen without giving a chance to retry/skip the action sequence.

I'm not really interested in that kind of experience, so I'll pass, even though I know I'm going to miss seeing some of the best graphics I've seen on a free AGS game.
2013-07-13 11:49:48 by jkohen
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