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by DanVzare

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File size: 100 MB
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19 Sep 2019
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Bad LanguageStrong
ViolenceOccasional, mild


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This game features voice acting.

About this game

Reality-on-the-Norm is a game series where anyone can make a game. This is my installment.

Set in a slightly different dimension to the other RON games, Reality-in-the-Norm follows David Jones at the end of a treasure hunt. See completely different versions of old characters, as well some new ones, as you get to witness a completely different take of Reality.

Now with voice acting, courtesy of the text-to-speech synthesis program 15.ai
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Eric Matyas
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5 people commented on this game (newest first):

A funny game. The difficulty was just right for me. I like the zany story and the puzzles - only the first one with the map felt forced.

The new voices improve the game IMO :)
They range from impressive / I would never have known the lines are read by a program (the hero, the kid) to artificial but passable (Jacky Furlong, Roger).

Text-to- speech programs went a long way since Mortville Manor.
2022-03-20 22:01:31 by Creamy
Pleasing both visually and aurally. A few puzzles required some logical leaps and slightly unintuitive connections, but mostly they were good and a couple of them I found particularly satisfying, there was also a nice balance of variety. Writing was decent enough, a fair amount of funny stuff, but sometimes a bit too random or unfocused.
Overall, an enjoyable gaming experience and hopefully you'll have time and motivation to create more such games (either RON or non-RON) in the future.
2019-09-29 19:19:56 by Hobo
This game is really entertaining. I love the humour and I'm definitely going to check those RON games.
2019-09-25 09:14:16 by lanchong
Puzzles were well designed for the most part, I was able to solve with a little nudge or two from the hint and tips section. A few "quality of life" improvements and polish could be done, but it is a complete experience.

Not an official entry into the RON universe, it is set in an alternate Reality (well how many alternate timelines does Marvel have?). Danzvare has made good use of the RON assets to make a funny and entertaining little game. Well done Danny!
2019-09-20 19:39:12 by Retro Wolf
This was a pretty fun continuation of the reality on the norm games even though it was set in an alternate universe.
2019-09-20 19:23:06 by Michael2968
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