Kentucky Route Zero - Act II Crack/Patch

Kentucky Route Zero - Act II Kentucky Route Zero is a magical realistic adventure game about a secret highway in the caves beneath Kentucky, and the mysterious folks who travel it.

Download Kentucky Route Zero - Act II Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 84 / 100
User rating
8.2
Downloads 1066
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Cardboard Computer / Cardboard Computer

Kentucky Route Zero - Act II reviews ( 4 )

RealQi, Jan 4, 2014

Simply amazing. I... I still can't believe how magnificent this is. I...*sighs* It is something you meet once in a lifetime and also something you've got to experience yourself first before anything else.

stuffisgoodin, Jun 25, 2015

One part in this act is completely breathtaking, more so than anything else in the whole series so far(except maybe one part in the caves with the first act).

rodericrinehart, Jul 23, 2014

Bizarre and surreal. SCORE: 85/100. This is not The Walking Dead or Wolf Among Us, and neither is it Broken Age or Grim Fandango. It is its own thing, and it does a remarkable job at that. It starts off rather mundanely, but steadily gets weirder and more abstract as it goes. Time and space come in to play in odd ways and you will often be confused, but not irritatingly so. This is a strange game, but certainly worth your time and money to play.

skogsgurka, Nov 22, 2014

The problem I have with this game is that it is so incredibly unrewarding. It is painfully slow-paced, the game mechanic consists solely out of choosing dialogue lines, and even the aesthetics of it start getting dull after a while. It's a great idea to let the player affect the story via dialogue, and many contemporary games use this technique successfully. But the only story I'm actually modulating here, is the BACKstory. My choices do not affect or explain the current state of affairs, they do not matter to the main plot, and they consist mostly of bland details about the characters that for the most part don't even really matter to their personas. The actual plot of the game hasn't progressed since the first 10 minutes of act 1, instead I'm lead on poetic detours on philosophical topics that don't go anywhere. These detours were kind of charming at first, but eventually I'm just left feeling like nothing of actual interest is ever going to happen in this game.