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Emily Enough: Imprisoned
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Graphics: 640x400, 16-bit color
|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
|Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!
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About this gameEmily Enough: Imprisoned is the touching story of a misguided but brilliant child heiress turned murderer, and her descent into the corporate underbelly of a New York State asylum.
AGS Awards Wins
Won, Best Player Character 2005
AGS Awards Nominations
Nominated, Best Game Created with AGS 2005
Nominated, Best Story 2005
Nominated, Best Dialogue Writing 2005
Nominated, Best Gameplay 2005
Nominated, Best Puzzles 2005
Nominated, Best Background Art 2005
Nominated, Best Character Art 2005
20 people commented on this game (newest first):
My only complaint is about the puzzles. While they are good in theory and actually not to hard, sometimes it's quite complicated to get there (like you have to talk to someone again right after you had a talk with them).
I want to translate your game in french.
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and I contact you. Thank you. :)
Also, it perhaps the only one I met so far, where EACH character has its unique-ness and peculiar charisma. I actually loved the lawyer in the bathroom :) I found it somehow serene to keep standing there listening reverberant keyboard clacking :)
Promotes strongly deviant behaviours, both for adults and children. I finished the game because i thought the goal of the game was to condemn them, and/or show how they are awfull, but was not.
Sould be on a page for adults only, or even just removed.
Great sense of humour, I will never look at Ed Gein quite the same way... Nor meetings to discuss the overall enjoyment of a knife while killing... Outstanding! I hope there's a sequel soon... Please...?
Id love to see a sequel too!
People who havent played this yet: Great graphics, awesome evil main character...just play it or youll miss out.
please bring back Emily in a new game!
I really enjoyed the general feeling. Graphics are outstanding. Maybe I expected a little more about different characters, but it didn't bug me much after all. Story is everything but ordinary and the puzzles seemed to suit the game very well. Congrats!
I agree with the others; more please! (no pressure :P )
The main attractions of Emily Enough are the graphics and the music. The pale, eerie characters stare blankly a the walls of the superbly sterile asylum and the cold, detached music really lends the game a stomach churningly creepiness.
The script is good but flawed. Insistantly sick, it dwells on the dark side of the human soul, making room for some great satire on big business. Some of the characters seem a little redundant and occasionally the desire to be gruesome overwhelms the comic potential. I adore black comedy but it can be hard to pull off. The therapy session stands out from the script (Ed and his obsession with killing whores made me laugh most).
With a decent game length and some pretty difficult puzzles, you should be playing Emily Enough for a while. It's a good first effort which conquers its flaws and emerges as a solid if slightly uneven gaming experience.