Only If Crack/Patch

Only If Only If is a surreal first person adventure-puzzle game. You play as Anthony Clyde, who, after a heavy night of partying, wakes up to find himself in an unfamiliar bed with no memory of the previous night's events.

Download Only If Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 41 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1617
Genre Adventure, First-Person, Modern
Company / Developer
Creability / Creability

Only If reviews ( 7 )

cactac, May 16, 2015

Be patient, take this game easy. Want the acid trip? Play it. You don't want? Don't play it. It's that simple. (And you don't want the black pawn scenario. Really.)

EndiTheGambler, Aug 1, 2014

one of the best games i have ever played. i dont know why i enjoyed the game sooooo much. i loved it, and would pay 50 $ for it. its so simple, u will love it, but may be frustrating at times, because the hints are almost non-existent. voice acting is very nice, but i'd love if the game had subs.

gabenator123, Aug 13, 2014

I really don't understand the Flak this game has gotten. The graphics are stunning, the story is completely unpredictable, the voice acting is great, and the perspective is incredibly realistic. You DO feel like you're on an acid trip. You DO feel trapped and cornered. The game is additionally incredibly deep, with heavy symbolism about overcoming life's obstacles. Their were difficult parts, however none of them were unfairly difficult. For example, one room many people were stuck in hinted at the answer 3 times. I really love the non-linear puzzle style. I can honestly say that the puzzles were so subtle that it didn't feel like a puzzler, and that is where much of the criticism has come from. I can honestly also say that I came out of the game enjoying life a lot more than before I played it, and very few games have achieved that. In a way, the lack of clear rules and obscure game play is this game's greatest strength, not it's greatest weakness. One more thing. Stop complaining about getting stuck at parts, you got stuck like that in portal 2, and NO ONE complained there.

Unknown_Shocker, Aug 10, 2014

Only If is..... a weird game. It's free but.. The good: It has good puzzles, it has sometimes some good humor, it's free. The bad: You feel forced to do stuff, you are not explained what you have to do and if they do they explain it in a really bad way. The game is more of a something to just kick you really hard. It feels like a giant joke pulled on you. It's free however so you can always check it out.

Rem, Oct 8, 2014

What happens when you mix boring, obnoxious platforming and puzzle solving with awful and try hard voice acting. Well, you get Only If, one of the most dull one trick ponies I've played in a long time. Listening to a voice on the radio while on an acid trip might seem interesting in the sense that you may have pretty neat visuals, but the visuals at best are unmemorable. There is not much to this game other than you can laugh at how hard it tries to be funny and deep with that awful thing they call voice acting and presentation. An absolute thumbs down.

jojopeterjohn, Oct 17, 2014

This game is absurd. The plot is so small and random it might have been better without one. The voice acting is horrible. Also not very exiting in any way. I didn't laugh, cry, get tensed up, scared, or wonder how to beat the level once in the whole game. Tedious.

johnplays, Sep 15, 2014

I felt like I was going to throw up with the constant camera swaying. If you let someone play this you should be arrested for negligence. The 'puzzles' can come down to walking around clicking & hitting E on every surface & item to 'solve'; button mashing. It's impossible to tell if you've made a correct choice at times, so can spend half an hour wandering around when the game won't advance any further. Only made worse by the 'game' actively not allowing the player to skip or quit during it's repetitive, mandatory, lengthy voice overs. The audio is badly done; some sections I can barely hear what's being said & have to turn it up so much that the other sounds (like explosions) are ridiculously loud, which is also odd for a game that relies on audio clues. I like puzzles & games that are different, so was considering a score somewhere around 1 or 2 for the attempt, but I suspect the 10/10 reviews & suggested price of $50 are from the developer themselves. It's unfair to call this trippy because tripping is actually fun. This is... a headache.