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Submitted by GameCola 731d ago | review

No Time to Explain Review | GameCola

"No Time to Explain is a fantastic game with a refreshing sense of humor. I’m glad that the developers were able to get the support they needed to finally get this game on Steam, with all its hilarity intact. When your future self bursts in and tells you that there’s no time to explain and you need to buy this game, do not hesitate to do so." - Joseph Martin (No Time To Explain, PC) 8/10

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