Broken Age: Act 2 Crack/Patch

Broken Age: Act 2 Broken Age is a point-and-click adventure telling the stories of a young boy and girl leading parallel lives. The girl has been chosen by her village to be sacrificed to a terrible monster--but she decides to fight back. Meanwhile, a boy on a spaceship is living a solitary life under the care of a motherly computer, but he wants to break free to lead adventures and do good in the world. Adventures ensue.

Download Broken Age: Act 2 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 75 / 100
User rating
6.5
Downloads 2187
Genre Adventure, General, 3D, Point-and-Click, Third-Person, Fantasy
Company / Developer
Double Fine Productions / Double Fine Productions

Broken Age: Act 2 reviews ( 7 )

MisterAtoms, Apr 30, 2015

Great game from a developer that's attracted an inexplicable amount of criticism for seemingly innocuous things. One of the finest examples of the adventure genre.

xag, May 23, 2015

Tras acabarlo hace un ratillo, puedo decir que he disfrutado de una gran aventura gráfica a la vieja usanza. Dos personajes principales muy contrapuestos con unos secundarios de los más tronchantes. ¿Se le puede criticar el reciclado de escenarios en el Acto 2? Buenoo....sí, pero realmente a mi no me ha importado, ya que lo que sucede en esos escenarios es totalmente nuevo. No entiendo mucho algunas críticas sobre la dificultad de los puzzles en el Acto 2, es que así debían haber sido en el Acto 1, donde eran demasiado fáciles. Los del Acto 2 son pura esencia clásica tipo Monkey Island o Day of Tentacle. Una pena que no llegara el dinero para un doblaje al castellano, pero bueno, los subtítulos están muy bien traducidos y las voces originales en inglés son desternillantes. Por lo demás, una música muy adecuada, gráficos más que correctos con unas animaciones muy cuidadas y ,sobre todo, un sabor a aventura clásica de siempre. Sin duda, se lo recomiendo a todos los amantes de los clásicos de Lucasarts. A mi no me has defraudado Tim.

Beerit, May 1, 2015

It's rare to play a game that feels like so much love and attention has gone into its writing and execution, and Broken Age is one of those games for me. A beautiful, lovingly articulated and lighthearted look at the relationship formed between parents and children, and the place a person carves out for themselves in society when they come of age. The visual and audio styles are unique and delightful, and the dialogue and delivery are always on the spot. Indeed, some of the puzzles were a bit "unfair" (whatever that means for a genre whose classics include a game such as Day of the Tentacle), but that subtracts only slightly from the experience.

DReview, Apr 10, 2016

I'm SOOOO DISSAPPOINTED WITH ACT 2! Act 1 has an amazing progression in story and character development. I couldn't stop turning the pages, but in act 2 it got to the point that I just looked up the guide to finish the game. The puzzles became mundane and all I wanted was to finish the story. I'm very disappointed with how it ends. Act 2 could have been developed more in the script phase.

Kanazawa, May 10, 2015

A complete disappointment and abandonment of the premise. Rather than continue the character development and story telling from the first act, it **** the bed and throws a garbage conclusion together that raises far more questions than answers. What a waste.

Nert, May 4, 2015

Supposedly the promised return to the classic adventure genre of yore.. Couldn't have failed much harder than it did. The two acts are poorly stitched together, the story isn't coherent and makes no sense on the small or grand scale. Character development is nil, revelations that should be mind-breaking are shrugged off with a "meh" time and time again. The ending doesn't even solve any of the problems! Puzzles in act 1 are simplistic to the point of insulting, in act 2 they went the other way and just made them so vague and frustrating that they halted the entire game, not complex or difficult or requiring a bit of lateral thinking, just vague and goal-less. One could even get into an impossible glitched state, I ran into that one. You can get dialogue options for things you've never seen, and many puzzles require the two characters to share knowledge they never can. One requires you to do the exact opposite of what all the signs tell you, or what common sense tells you, and be patient enough for the solution to happen by itself with no indication anywhere that it would, while another relies entirely on metagaming - you can only work out the answer because of the limitations of the game, not because the solution is in the setting. Long story short, this is not the game we backed. We backed a promise for an old-school adventure game, the type we grew up with and wouldn't see again without a paid-up-front venture like this kickstarter, and we got a cookie-cutter click-to-continue mess with a terribly written story, late. and massively over budget.

samuraigaiden, May 2, 2015

A betrayal of customers and fans in every way. The Kickstarter said they were making a LucasArts style Point & Click Adventure game. This is not that, in any way. So they made people wait a year and a half for basically rehashed animations and artwork, a few new lines of dialogue and little else? Sorry, DoubleFine, but I feel cheated and I don't intend to support your products anymore. It's obvious that the Kickstarter money has been redirected towards other things, like paying bills, and not making the game people paid for. Since the 'Adventure game' kickstarter, DoubleFine has released an unfinished game (Spacebase DF9), a bad game (Hack and Slash), and an absolute mediocre disappointment (BrokenAge). Does anyone seriously expect Massive Chalice to be any good? In the meantime, they also released Costume Quest 2, published by Midnight City (who went bankrupt in the process). Nice! I hope people realize there is nothing to be expected from Tim Schafer. He used to be a great game designer, now he is just a washed up hack who can't produce a decent game and scams his fans to keep his business afloat.