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Happy Game Free Download Repacklab A little boy falls asleep to a horrible nightmare. Can you make him happy again? Brand new psychedelic horror adventure from the creators of Botanicula and CHUCHEL Endure and escape three unforgettable nightmares Solve deeply disturbing puzzles in (not so) charming environments Deal with suspicious smiley faces and pink bunnies Creepy songs and screeches from the Czech freakfolk band DVA, chose this game as the first game to play after not properly playing any single-player game for at least eight months, and I couldn’t have chosen a better one. This game captures what I love about games in general, and it’s the unbounded human creativity in a medium capable of creating unforgettable interactive experiences. SEXY GAMES

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This game got so much love put into it, and it’s simply an excellent piece of art. Although only the left mouse button is needed to play through this beautiful 2D puzzler, interactivity with the scenes is very rich. It allows for the progressive unfurling of incredibly twisted imagery as you solve straightforward yet brilliant puzzles. You must often wait and watch things unfold on the screen after interacting with something, like in a real dream. The cursor appears again when you know you can interact again. Sometimes the puzzles get challenging and even frustrating with the unskippable repeating actions, and at other times the interactions seem cumbersome and lengthy (edit: this was caused mainly by my 144 Hz monitor, there was a bug in the game that’s fixed now).

Happy Game is NOT AT ALL a happy game. It’s dark, macabre, gory

Happy Game is NOT AT ALL a happy game. It’s dark, macabre, gory and it’s pretty much the antithesis of what we’re used to when it comes to Amanita games. Yet it’s still an Amanita game, and it has mainly the same style and design, and it’s undoubtedly a piece of art like any of their other titles. In Happy Game you follow the adventures of a little boy trapped in his nightmares. Hideous monsters will hunt you down, creepy toys will surround you and the screens will overall be covered in blood spots and other gooey substances. Unlike other titles from Amanita, the gameplay focuses less on solving puzzles / finding out the way all the contraptions work (which by the way, now take shape as scary, unfriendly creatures) and shifts towards experiencing the game as an artistic creation. DEAD RISING

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in a more cinematic way. Solving the puzzles will require you to summon your dark side, since you’ll be pulling heads, eyes, tongues and any other tuggable parts from all sorts of creatures. For those easily disturbed a warning is in order, since some of these puzzles involve not only putting together decapitated toys, or on the contrary, tearing them apart in half, but also beheading bunny-like beasts with a bladed guillotine or throwing them into the meat grinder. There are also a few scenes with flashing lights that could be bothersome for more sensitive players and the game warns in the beginning about these two aspects. Although Happy Game is grotesque, it all sounds worse than it is. The art style and overall design is meant to convey a horror-like experience.

The puzzles in the game are quite simple

but at the same time very funny (as ironic as it may sound). The timing is very tightly packed, which is quite usual for the games of this studio, so the game can be completely completed in 3-4 busy hours. The game is so eccentrically tearing its visuals apart that it is even difficult to form an unambiguous opinion about it, it is not for nothing that everything here blows with experimentation and surrealism. And the same applies to the plot, which at first glance is quite easy to read, but at the same time gives a wide scope for interpretations and fan theories. but not a frightening one. There’s some sort of innocence in every scene, perhaps springing from the fact that you – as the little boy – are meant to approach these puzzles in a more or less candid way. The Darkness II Limited Edition

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Even if you’ll be tasked to do some ghastly things, the game is specifically designed so that you’ll end it with a clear conscience and a clean heart. There are no jump scares and the content isn’t deranging enough to give you nightmares, but it will clearly leave a mark on you simply because playing Happy Game is a truly unique experience, full of some bizarre charm – one definitely worth your time, but considering its shortness (1-2h). but it all feels seamless because you get captivated with the visuals. There are no texts or voiceovers in-game, with only the protagonist reacting with various sympathetic vocalizations. The game heavily relies on excellent sound design and music, which makes all interactions very entertaining.

The game is essentially divided into 3 sections

The game is essentially divided into 3 sections. In each section you try to regain something that was taken from the child in it’s past. Each area has a different feel to it. The different parts of the game also play themselves differently. Don’t be shy to try to walk a different path than what the game is leading you to by the way. Sometimes you can find secrets and achievements like that. The first section has the child mainly be in a dark area with no light in the background. This area is mostly controlled by colours like black, white and red. You will essentially not see any other colours in this first part of the game, only very rarely at most. The different puzzles here are divided from each other pretty clearly. The puzzles are all pretty fun in this section I’d say. Distraint 2

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The second section is by far the best part of the game. Not only is it very colourful, but there also is an interesting mechanic where if you walk into a direction for a while you will basically loop around the map once and you’ll be back at your starting point. The puzzles in this section have multiple facets and require numerous steps to be completed. They were all very thought out and a ton of fun to solve. The last segment of the second section dials back on the more open puzzles and rather reminds you of the puzzles of the first section again. The third part is a bit dull and short when compared to the first two sections. Here the colours are washed out and muddy and the area generally looks pretty dead. There aren’t that many puzzles here and they are basically shorter than the ones from the first two sections as well.

Add-ons (DLC): 

Happy Game Collector’s Edition Amanita Bundle Steam Sub 649423 Steam Sub 642742 Steam Sub 416598 Steam Sub 416599

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 or better
Processor: 2 GHz Intel i5 or better
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 11 compatible GPU
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 2 GB available space

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: macOS Sierra
Processor: 2 GHz Intel i5 or better
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Dedicated GPU
Storage: 2 GB available space