Adios

Adios

released on Mar 17, 2021

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Adios

released on Mar 17, 2021

A pig farmer decides he no longer wants to dispose of bodies for the mob. What follows is a discussion between him and his would-be killer.


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Wish I liked it more. Its use of interactivity feels both like a blessing and a curse, adding a lot of depth to the main character's inner thoughts, but also padding the thing to the point where a lot of much needed tension is nowhere to be seen.


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Really thoughtful premise. Engaging dialogue and short enough that the lack of gameplay doesn't matter. Definitely gives you something to think about. Very well voice acted. Points off: unfortunate choice (necessity?) to go with the extremely cartoony graphics, and the occasional line of dialogue that seems really unrealistic.


This would have been much better as a short story.


A small little story about a pig farmer. Overall pretty nice, the casual feel of it mixes pretty well with what's basically the tale of a man deciding to stop living. It felt specially nice how the game tells you just about enough about everything that's happened prior to the events.
My one criticism about the game is that the person you talk to for about 80% of it's runtime is modelled in a really goofy manner, which can take you out of the experience.


you know those games that really just speak to your soul? this is one of them


Decent plot but the pacing is slow and characters dry so it feels like a chore getting through the story.