Platform Played On: PC
Developer: Jacob Janerka
Publisher: Jacob Janerka
Genre: Point-and-Click, Adventure Release Date: April 5, 2017
In post-Soviet parody town of Krusz, pointer clicks you. Sorry. I don’t know what that was. And, huh… I can’t say that I’ve played many point-and-click adventure games in my gaming career. Counting this one, I remember one other one I’ve yet to review… yeah. Two is not a lot. It’s not like I hate the genre or anything, it just falls under my gamer radar (along with FPS and RTS games). I’m all about the action RPGs lately, but it’s nice to break out of your preferred video game genre every once in a while. This game was just the sarcastic shot of dark humour I needed!
Welcome to my babblethrough post for the point-and-click adventure game, Paradigm!
Okay. New self-imposed blogging rule: If the summary section of my video game reviews goes over 1500 words, I’m doing a separate babblethrough post about the game. And that’s why this post is happening! Here’s my summary of the entire 8 hours I spent in Krusz with my mutated outcast friend.
!!!MAJOR FREAKING SPOILER WARNING!!! STOP reading and scrolling immediately if you don’t want me to ruin this great game for you. Below will include all the plot details and tons of screenshots. You have been warned.
Welcome to my monthly progress post that happens on the 13th, which marks the start of a new fiscal month here on Livid Lightning. Get it? XIII is my favourite number… because I like Final Fantasy XIII a lot? Jeez… tough crowd.
OMG!! This is my 100th post on Livid Lightning. Woot! And almost a full year since I restarted the blogging thing, too. I’m actually quite impressed with myself for not deleting this site yet… I do think my mental health and self-destructive tendencies are under control for good now. I plan to be babbling on the internet for as long as I can game, read, write words, and breathe. Thank you for all the support!
I’m also hella happy spring 2019 decided to show up! Saturdays seem to be rain days (ugh… why not Monday if it MUST rain??), but I’m enjoying the walk to work every morning in daylight AND without a winter coat. Plus my two cats are thrilled it’s warm enough for me to open my apartment windows for them again.