Paradigm Crack/Patch

Paradigm Paradigm is a surreal adventure game set in the strange and post apocalyptic Eastern European country of Krusz. Play as the handsome mutant, Paradigm, who's past comes back to haunt him in the form of a genetically engineered sloth that vomits candy.

Download Paradigm Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 87 / 100
User rating
7.4
Downloads 893
Genre Adventure, Point-and-Click
Company / Developer
Jacob Janerka / Jacob Janerka

Paradigm reviews ( 4 )

kurnosem, Apr 24, 2017

I have been years without laughing so much and having so much fun in a graphic adventure. Great doses of humor, new times, music, gags and just a hint of nostalgia.

Haachirota88, Apr 18, 2017

Paradigm is as if "Day of the Tentacle" and "Monkey Island" hooked up, forgot to use contraceptives, and spawned one of them darned meme-spewing millennial offspring that wears its heritage on its sleeve. Paradigm is a love letter to the classic absurdist point-and-click comedy adventure, except it's that kind of super creepy love letter that's just a piece of paper with a bunch of letters cut out from magazines, and then proceeds to leave four more letters at your doorstep at odd times of the day. It's not "just' a game--every element of Paradigm, starting from the difficulty settings, tutorial, and even the menu options, is part of the ride. For those seeking substance beyond the humor, don't fret; Paradigm delivers rewarding puzzles on top of the absurdity. Ultimately, Paradigm feels like it ended just a little too early, as if some bit ended up on the cutting room floor before its official release--a common and understandable part of game dev, but still left me with an unshakeable feeling of *something* missing near the end. Overall, for those seeking a classic, comedy adventure game experience in the vein of OG Lucas and Sierra/Dynamix productions, Paradigm is more than worth the price of admission and I thank Jacob Janerka and everybody involved with Paradigm the best in future endeavors for their creation.

froak59, Apr 5, 2017

The game is really fresh compared to other adventure games. It keeps surprising you with all the minigames and puns. You really don't know what will happen next, but you sure will be pleased with a number of puns there are in this game. One of the not so many examples of how to make the player keep exploring all the options and dialogues in an adventure game.

ChoicestGames, Jul 16, 2017

A point 'n' click adventure developed in Perth, Western Australia by pretty much one guy with some help from a Swedish composer for the music. Surreal, a bit juvenile at times, but funny most of the time with plenty of pop culture references to the 80s, 90s and now. Just the right difficulty for me (a veteran adventure gamer who isn't actually that good at adventure games) and an indie game that definitely punches above its own weight. A bit like Thimbleweed Park except even more surreal and set in a post-apocalyptic, retro-futuristic Soviet wasteland.