LIGHT (2014) Crack With Serial Number 2020

LIGHT (2014) A note from 'Synthesis Futuristics' suggests that you are part of a scientific study, and the procedure may have left you feeling disorientated and with short term memory loss. Further investigation of your surroundings reveals the existence of a mysterious 'Project Light' and leads you toA note from 'Synthesis Futuristics' suggests that you are part of a scientific study, and the procedure may have left you feeling disorientated and with short term memory loss. Further investigation of your surroundings reveals the existence of a mysterious 'Project Light' and leads you to the conclusion that all is not well. You must search for the answers that will help you piece together the fragmented memories of your past. Featuring stylised graphics and a compelling soundtrack' Light is a minimalist stealth infiltration game with a strong narrative that drives the action. Use stealth skills to sneak past guards and avoid the gaze of on looking cameras, as you search the environment for the intel that will help you piece together the events of your past. Opponents can be killed or stunned; and their bodies dragged out of the way to a safe hiding place. Bodies left in plain sight will attract attention and alert security, making your task even harder! You'll find yourself hacking computers and security systems in a bid to locate the vital intelligence that will reveal the motive behind the sinister 'Project Light'.… Expand
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 50 / 100
User rating
5.2
Downloads 41
Genre Miscellaneous, Puzzle, General
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Team17 / Just A Pixel
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LIGHT (2014) reviews ( 5 )

BasilZero, Jul8, 2017

Game: Light Genre: Action/Stealth Developer/Publisher: Just a Pixel/Team 17 System: Steam (PC) Total Score: 75/100 Value Score: 7.5/10 • Story: 8/10 • Characters: 7/10 • GamePlay: 10/10 • Graphics: 7/10 • Sound: 7/10 • Music: 8/10 • Length: 5/10 • Replay Value: 5/10 • Player Value: 8/10 Pros +Unique action game with stealth elements and great level design +Decent OST +Decent Narration/Story Cons -Very Short -Barebone post game content with no other modes or features

kirbman101, Dec5, 2014

Light is a short and simple 2D stealth game. It's fairly easy, and gives you the option of completing most stages how you like. You can avoid killing completely or kill everyone. You can go sneak around undetected or make a run for it. In each of the 12 levels, you are tasked with completing 1-4 objectives before exiting the level. The only fail condition is that you get killed by one of the guards. The whole game, and all Steam achievements, can be completed in about an hour. The graphics are sleek and simple, and if you don't like the effects, you can turn them off in the options menu. The music is good too, which is great, because the developers include the soundtrack for free.

Hoxton, Jul 22, 2014

The game itself is okay, very simplistic, has it's moment, and a little fun, the problem is that the game is incredibly short, (finished it in less then a hour.) and very over priced, for such a game; 5$ tops not 13$.

thewildaxeman, Jul 19, 2014

I bought this game expecting a minimalist experience, and fair enough, that is what I got. What I didn't expect was that within an hour after starting the game up for the first time, I had already beaten it. The stealth aspect of the game becomes completely irrelevant as there is little to no penalty (other than a high score penalty but who cares?) for killing guards. Considering it is the quickest way to progress, the game actually sorta encourages you to kill guards anyway. Cool premise for a tablet or phone platform, with beautiful visuals and a great soundtrack, but with such a large price tag attached to it there is just no way I could justify buying it.

Wayfinderer, Jul 15, 2014

This game will last you less than an hour, which wouldn't be a problem if that hour wasn't a crushingly dull one being told an eye-rollingly clumsy and unconvincing story through an aggressively mediocre gameplay experience. You think the trailer and premise shows promise? None of that promise is realised. The soundtrack is pretty good, at least.