SetsukiFR wrote: »
I had to click randomly on the coins I couldn't recognize because I don't use them.!
Cheeseness wrote: »
My girlfriend thinks that
puzzle is really only accessible to those who already know of the sequence
richmcd wrote: »
After almost every scene Nelson recaps the scene we just saw into his tape-recorder. This would be fine if he had some new insight to offer, but he just recaps the action, meaning that we basically have to endure each plot point twice in quick succession.
Astovidatu wrote: »
I am really surprised some ppl are too lazy to just google the coin names.
Took me 10 seconds to find out.
StrongBrush1 wrote: »
*Where are all of the other people who disappeared?
*What happened to Steve and Bjorn?
henke37 wrote: »
I still don't think there is enough information about the coins, I don't know what a dime or a penny is!
Jake wrote: »
I think Nelson makes mention of it
in the cutscene when he first finds the astronaut camp, but maybe it doesn't reveal enough.
Krohn wrote: »
The coin puzzle was not quite as hard as some seemed to believe.
You were already told about the penny and the dime to be the coins in the boxes.
So it was easy to recognice those.
and the quarter was actually labeled as such.
That eliminated 3 coins at once..and since it looked like they were sorted by increasing value that made the coin to the furthest right the dollar.
Cheeseness wrote: »
I also assumed that
the skier was one of the astronauts
, since they were
eating squirrel rather than skier
thom-22 wrote: »
I am becoming increasingly convinced that episodic gaming is a mistake, at least when the plot isn't naturally episodic.
lombre wrote: »
Okay, it was absolutely wonderful for the first 3/4. Interesting story, perfect atmosphere, (mostly) good puzzles. As soon Isaac showed up, things went far too fast and made zero sense. Far too many loose ends that were completely ignored. It felt like you guys just ran out of time and tried to wrap it up asap.