11. Dinner Date £2.79/$3.99
'Julian Luxemburg has prepared a dinner for two at his place, but things go awry when the date does not show up and he is left waiting at his dinner table. The clock's ticking, growing unbearably loud.'
And that's it. Well, not completely. You can tap the table, look at the clock, pretend to eat, but that really is about it. Imagine a badly conceived game written by Guardian readers.
Apparently, it was nominated for the Nuovo Award, which 'honours abstract, short form, and unconventional game development, which advances the medium and the way we think about games'.
No it doesn't. It's simply a waste of time, money and disk space.
"This is literally the worst game I have ever played. I like story games. There are many good examples of this style of game. This is not one. It's a monologue by a whiny, entitled nice guy. Don't be fooled by the 'mixed' reviews. The only positive reviews are people mocking the game. Do not waste your time or money."
User name: Anastriel
"... 302 hours. Maybe she's infected with a deadly contagious disease and has been quarantined for public safety. Probably a good thing she hasn't showed up if that's the case. In other news, the day/night cycle of this game is really unrealistic."
User name: George Bossington
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