Supposedly Wonderful Future Crack Plus License Key

Supposedly Wonderful Future A science fiction story about screens, small rooms, and existential dread told through a series of RPG-style dialogues.
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Platform PC Windows
Rating 66 / 100
User rating
Downloads 45
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Dmitry Zagumennov / Dmitry Zagumennov
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Supposedly Wonderful Future reviews ( 1 )

PublicNuisance, Mar5, 2019

Supposedly Wonderful Future packs a heck of a punch story wise. It has various different moral dillemas you must take part in and choose between different ways to solve them. There are no right or wrong choices, no way to fail the task, just a lot of grey area in which to see what you think about certain issues. The basic story is that you are given the chance to time travel to the future to take part in five experiments, upon the completion of which you can choose to stay there or go back to your time. The future world is very well thought out. You get to access news articles about a multitude of current events for 2048. They were my favorite part actually. The articles give you a good idea how things have changed over the last thirty years and are an interesting read. The responses you get to pick from range from polite, rude, angry, etc. You never are forced to agree with the people you speak with. While I won’t spoil the ending I will say I guessed it in the first hour of the game. I still enjoyed the rest of the journey though. I do wish you got to see more of an ending as what we are given is rather abrupt. The graphics are not going to wow anyone but then again this is really a visual novel and when looked at that way it is above most visual novels for graphical fidelity. There is no voice acting but I don’t see that as a downside as I would rather no voice acting than poor voice acting. The soundtrack was decent, not wowing but not annoying either. The gameplay is part what you would expect of a visual novel in picking conversation chocies to advance the story but there are some light point and click elements as well. I would still classify it as a visual novel. I played the game on Linux. It didn’t crash on me even once. The game ran at 144fps the whole time. The game supported manual saves and gives you 100 save slots to use which is more than enough. I did have two issues in that Steam achievements didn’t work for me and Alt-Tab didn’t work. I beat the game in just over 4 hours. I paid $2.87 CAD for the game but would say it is easily worth $20. The game uses the Unity engine and had an install size of 1218MB. I played the game from Steam. It didn’t list a version number. If you enjoy visual novels or scifi stories I would easily recommend it. It has a fantastic story that makes you think and is a good example of what the genre can produce. My Score: 9/10 My System: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X | 16GB DDR4-3000 CL15 | MSI RX 580 8GB Gaming X | Mesa 18.3.3 | Manjaro Mate | Kernel 4.20.11-1-MANJARO