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About this gameLightning Master tells the story of an ordinary man, who one afternoon finds himself immersed in a strange situation. He must figure out what’s going on, and of course, find a way to change his circumstances. Be sure to check out the Readme file.
6 people commented on this game (newest first):
Slight cons: no backstory for the player character, some lack of background/object interaction, and there were some moments where I felt the player could get a tad more guidance as to what to do next.
Still, I was overall very positive about the game and would strongly recommend it!
Curiously we never meet the best character in the game, but we learn about him through a journal of sorts. The world is varied, but unfortunately the puzzles are organized in a way that requires copious backtracking over your own steps.
The art is pretty decent, though there are some resolution and style mismatches. In any case nothing to deter from the fun. Obviously remarkable effort went into the detailed backgrounds. Ironically, it is the backgrounds that felt the most alien: there are practically no shadows, which gives everything an eerie, flat look.