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What is Technobabylon about?

A cyberpunk adventure game from the studio that brought you Gemini Rue and Blackwell! The year is 2087. Genetic engineering is the norm, and an omnipresent AI powers the city. Take control of three citizens of this world as they struggle to understand a deadly conspiracy.

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hsvfan98

4.0

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3d ago

tl; dr A great point & click adventure with gripping story in a cyberpunk setting. There are a few minor flaws, but they don't spoil the fun. Con:- No hotspot display- Technically a bit bitchy, Steam overlay and Alt+Tab like to cause problems- No German textsPro: I like the speakers - Story interesting from beginning to end with at least two possible ends- Alternative solutions in some places- Interesting puzzles that are not too difficultConclusion:I had seven nice hours with the game. As I tend to be impatient, I like to click through the dialogues because I read faster than the characters talk. If you let it affect you completely, the game will take a little longer. I also have to say that I've looked into a walkthrough from time to time, because I'm standing on the hose and I often don't feel the need to combine things randomly and search everything pixel by pixel without the hotspot display. But that didn't interfere with my fun. After the Blackwell series another Point & Click, which I really liked to play.

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