Please, Don't Touch Anything Crack/Patch

Please, Don't Touch Anything A brain-racking game about bathroom breaks, screwdrivers and nuclear explosions.

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
7.5
Downloads 846
Genre General, Puzzle, Adventure, Point-and-Click
Company / Developer
Bulkypix , Plug In Digital / Four Quarters

Please, Don't Touch Anything reviews ( 7 )

wewantwar, May 15, 2015

Your buddy leaves you in front of this giant panel with a single red button and advises you not to touch anything. Ah-ha, yeah, RIGHT! You will touch and press the **** of this panel, there is lots of cryptic stuff which the partially explained in the upper left section of the room, given you some clues and the rest you figure for yourself. Music and atmosphere is great and unique, the only real disappointment - game length, it took me 2 hours to get all the endings, and have figured 15/16 endings by myself, but for what it costs you should definitely check this game if you like point-and-click style with a 16 bit music and cryptic messages.

TenchuuKhan, Jun 20, 2015

Very well executed for the type of game it claims and tries to be. The soundtrack and flair makes it super immersive, just like Papers, Please. Those are completely different games of course but the art style is the same. The game could do with some more hinting though. Even for the first few riddles I wasn't sure what was expected from me. The number equation for the I II III buttons was reversed for instance, though you can find the solution for that somewhere else really. That makes it really confusing. The formula at the bottom had me google how to solve such an equation... though that wasn't necessary. And then of course, it wouldn't hurt to give the user a hint that some endings give hints to other riddles. If I had known these things early, I would have had much more fun.

smilzoboboz, Oct 16, 2016

From the simplest concept, one of the (casual) games I enjoyed playing the most. As the exact opposite of what the game title reads, this game is about trying to mess with with the higher amount of things possible on the board, reading the hints, deducing the hints, guessing with almost no hints to obtain up to 25 different "unique" endings with lots of Easter eggs and general, simple fun. Art style/realization, music and audio effects are perfectly blended with each other and give the player a very good gaming experience (and the soundtrack is somewhat good, nothing stellar, but definitely good and, again, perfectly fitting with the rest of the art style). There are actually no negative aspects of this game, because if it was "longer" it would have been too long (to complete the game, without the "perfectionist" achievement it takes roughly from 2~3 to 5~7 hours depending on how good you are at reading the hints), if it was fancier you'd probably have lost the unique pixel feeling and a full-price tag of 5€ is just the perfect price for what you get. Again there are no reason not to recommend this game to everyone, play it and enjoy.

UjuidarEhcram, Jun 21, 2015

Please, Don't Touch Anything is a puzzle game, and a very interesting little curiosity. You're asked to watch over this box with a large, red button, and asked not to touch anything. The magic begins when you press the button, and more controls open up. Doing certain things opens up more controls and more ways to interact with the box, and your goal is to get each of the possible endings by performing specific tasks. The problem is that the things that need to be done are not at all straightforward. You'll have to use your puzzle-solving skills and your curiosity to see all of the content. You'll have to hunt for clues and find out what to do with them. I enjoyed this game, but I don't think it's for everyone. If you don't have the patience to work through riddles, this game probably isn't for you, but if you do, then it's probably worth the $5. I'd definitely recommend avoiding walkthroughs until you're really stuck... there are some pretty tough ones, though, and some of the clues are difficult to find. As for the soundtrack, I think I'd recommend playing the game before making that decision. The tracks are nice, but most of the game's music is fairly ambient. With full hindsight, I probably wouldn't have spent money on it, but that's because it doesn't appeal to my tastes... your mileage may vary.

Tomle1202, Nov 16, 2016

Please, Don't Touch Anything offers a good few laughs and a couple of mind-exploding puzzles, but that is all it has to give you. Messing around for more than a few hours and the game will run out of things to discover.

ChoicestGames, Jul 16, 2017

If you like nutting out difficult puzzles more than anything else, to the point where it doesn't matter if there's no plot, it doesn't matter if the endings are short and unfulfilling, and it doesn't matter if you're unlikely to ever replay the game again, then Please, Don't Touch Anything might be worth a try. I mean the game has a sweet chiptune soundtrack (if you're into retro game music) plus there are a couple of funny pop culture references/memes in there to boot, so it's not all bad, but overall, it's probably not my sort of game (despite Steam saying everything' is awesome...).

TitaniumDragon, Jun 26, 2016

Please Don’t Touch anything is a minimalist puzzle game where you are left alone in a room by your buddy and instructed not to touch a button. Naturally, you do, unlocking more and more panels and secrets, with possibly dire consequences for the city on the view screen. This was a cute idea for a game and they did a surprisingly large amount of stuff with it; there's a lot of puzzles in this game, and some of them are fairly nifty. Unfortunately, other puzzles are very obscure, and if you miss a few hints, you're likely to be very frustrated, as some of the endings are pretty well hidden and it is not at all obvious what you are supposed to do. In particular, it is easy to miss some of the codes for the ten digit panel and never realize it, because, hey, you've already done that, right? Some of the panels are used time and again, while others only matter for a very small number of things. In the end, I got it for under a dollar, making it hard to complain too loudly. That being said, I have to admit I got kind of bored after messing around with it for about a half hour or so, beyond which point finding the rest of the endings felt like a tedious process of elimination. In the end, I was forced to go to an endings guide because I just couldn't figure out a few things, and I don’t think I ever would have, either. All in all, I think that if you like obscure puzzle games - that is to say, a puzzle game which obscures its puzzles heavily - i think this might be the game for you, as this is all about obscure puzzles in a very limited (one screen) environment. On the other hand, if examining every single freaking detail (and trying to figure out which ones matter and which don't) doesn't appeal to you, you might find this frustrating, and not in a good way. There's nothing really here beyond the puzzles - the gameplay is very simplistic and there's no deeper message to any of it. It is just "solve these puzzles and get a little silly animation".