I really had my hopes up for this game – 2D point-and-click are kind of my thing, humorous or not, and it being set in the lovecraftian setting seemed great as well. And it was really fine too, up to the last two chapters, where everything kind of went downhill. Some of the puzzles lost their logics, some parts of walkthrough seemed as if they should do something but didn't, and it all ended with a very anticlimactic ending, very weakly connected with everything that happened so far in the game, which kind of marred overall playing experience.
- Graphics, atmosphere, setting.
- Overall length, endgame, ending.