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Submitted by IDesertFoxI 1460d ago | review

Critical Gamer: Edna & Harvey: The Breakout Review

Critical Gamer writes: Despite waking up in the padded room of an asylum, Edna is sure she isn’t crazy and Harvey (her talking stuffed toy) agrees with her. The scene is set for Edna & Harvey: The Breakout, a point and click adventure game created by Germany based developer Daedalic Entertainment and originally released in several other countries that has finally seen an English translation.

Following the more traditional style of the point and click genre, the game offers up action buttons to dictate whether Edna will use, pick up, look at or talk to any object or person within the game, though the shortcut of right clicking to do the most obvious thing also exists. Interaction never goes beyond these boundaries save for occasional time-based actions being required in certain situations as you explore the 120 rooms. ( Harvey & Edna: The Breakout, PC) 4/10

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