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Submitted by Tody_ZA 1104d ago | review

Review: No Time To Explain [eGamer]

eGamer writes: "No Time To Explain is a brilliant creation, and it’s absolutely one of the most creative, entertaining, wacky, funny and downright awesome games I’ve ever played. This game is a sure reminder of exactly why I love and continue to play indie games. Going a step further, it’s a new entry in my personal list of favourite games, where it now stands proudly and completely deserving. As clearly as I can put it, everyone should play this game. Don’t hesitate to buy it, because you definitely won’t regret it." (Indie, No Time To Explain, PC) -

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