Contradiction - Spot The Liar! Crack/Patch

Contradiction - Spot The Liar! Spot the lie and beat the liars in 'Contradiction' - the all-video murder mystery adventure.

Download Contradiction - Spot The Liar! Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 74 / 100
User rating
8.2
Downloads 1303
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Baggy Cat Ltd / Baggy Cat Ltd

Contradiction - Spot The Liar! reviews ( 7 )

Exogen, Jul 20, 2015

This is a great game. The murder mystery hook is a strong one, and the performances that deliver the story are surprisingly endearing. Not long after starting the game I had definitely been won over by the main character Detective Inspector Jenks. I never felt overly frustrated by the contradiction "puzzles," which is certainly appreciated given that they make up a majority of the gameplay here. Discovering the contradictions themselves is rewarding, you might find yourself shouting "gotcha" at your monitor more often than you intended. At a cost-effective price of $10, this game is a must buy. For anyone. I really feel like just about everyone one can come away from this game with something of value. High praise from a cynical jerk like me.

shtomer, Sep 19, 2015

For what it is: A low-budget fmv adventure game taking place in a small town in England, it is an absolutely remarkable game! Took me 12 hours to beat (no cheats). Great gameplay, appearance, soundtrack, acting. 100% recommend it if you like detective cases.

OmikronIE, Dec 3, 2015

I've been trying to get the girlfriend into gaming for years and you finally did it! I talked her in to giving it a go and myself and herself got hooked straight away! We spent several evenings playing this brilliant, atmospheric murder mystery. I really really enjoyed it. Some of the acting is cheesy but it fits the atmosphere and I think perhaps it was done on purpose and the actors were really enjoying it. A brilliant game on a shoe-string budget, really hoping there is a sequel!!

CharlyPlayman, Oct 8, 2015

Very interesting game between videogame and film. I enjoyed a lot trying to guess the contraditions. I'm looking forward to new games like this because it has an open ending

kyriores, Aug 4, 2015

A true gem among the hundreds of dull/rushed games that exist on most major digital distribution platforms. It's also one of the very few adventure/puzzle games that don't use silly hand-drawn graphics. You take the role of Inspector Jenks. Your assignment is to question the residents of a small town about the recent death of a young girl. You must then find the contradictions by examining your notebook. Occasionally you might have to pick up an item such as a key to proceed with the story. The acting is great and the character are what I liked the most about this game. I guess my only complaint is that the game gets a bit repetitive (question-inspect-find contradiction-repeat). I'd definitely give it a 10/10 if it incorporated more "adventure elements", such as thoroughly investigating areas and also more interaction with the environment. Nevertheless, a must-buy for such a low price and keep in mind that there will probably be sequels too.

Fuz, Aug 17, 2015

Very nice adventure. Let's start saying that the acting is really, really good. I absolutely love the over-the-top acting of the main character. He's fantastic. I want more of Detective Jenks. Hope he's gonna be the new Tex Murphy. The interface is clearly designed for tablets and gamepads, and while I'm usually very annoyed by this (not using the full potential of a PC and mouse+keyboard combination), in this case I'm not too annoyed by it because it's pretty well designed and very readable, even if there are some weird and awkward control choices here and there, but nothing major. It also has a certain "old style game" quality that I like. The map is really nice, very well thought, extremely well designed and very useful. Puzzles are good for the most part, but sometimes I felt too guided by an invisible hand: for example, I noticed right at the beginning a very important detail but the game didn't let me do anything about it until the very end. It's also a bit frustrating that you can't disprove a person's statement with another person's statement. But the game would have become way too complex. Directing is also very good, I liked the camera use, the framing and the shots. It's not long, but it's of the right lenght. Any more, and it would have been too convoluted and would have become stale. The ending part (let's say, last two hours) is quite a letdown though. Not only the case resolution feels a bit forced and unsatisfactory, but the scene in the woods feels really out of place, very badly thought, the characters behave absolutely irrationally, doesn't add anything to the story and the game would have been better if it had been cut. Let's hope for a sequel, there are still a lot of unanswered questions.

Brousitch, Jul 26, 2015

Has potential and sophistication for serious and relevant crime story but often escapes to over-the-top performances and hastily ends with promise of real climax in forthcoming instalments.