After the hitmen have taken out their target, somebody has to clear up the mess. That’s you. You’re a ‘cleaner’ for a secret government counter-terrorist organization, tasked with disposing of the bodies, destroying all the evidence, and leaving no sign you were ever there. Nobodies is a point-and-click puzzle adventure in which you must use your wits and resourcefulness to ensure your employers’ actions go undiscovered. You aid them in taking out key members of Q-100, a terrorist organization hell-bent on unleashing horrendous experimental bioweapons on the world. Blend in, get out, and most importantly, leave no bodies behind. Features Thirteen murders to cover up: quick thinking and resourcefulness is essential to succeed in hiding the evidence. I would also like to see a better optional hint system added for struggling people like myself. Currently, there is a pager which displays a vague hint of what to do next, but it isn’t always the most helpful and there are no guides currently out to assist frustrated players. Despite this, the developers are actively answering all questions in their discussion thread which is MUCH appreciated and I recommend stuck players to post there if needing help.
Packed with puzzles: each mission has a unique set of challenges to overcome, from classic inventory puzzles, to bespoke mindbending tasks. Multiple ways to solve a challenge: various ways to approach many situations, some more effective than others. Hand-crafted art: almost one hundred distinct hand-drawn scenes to search and explore. Inspired by real events: what if the horrific human experiments of the 50s and 60s got into terrorist hands Nobodies delivers a new take on the crime point & click genre, offering both rewarding and challenging gameplay to clean up dead bodies! Pros Challenging and inventive. Multiple solutions to puzzles / methods of hiding the bodies. Plenty of interactive items. Clean up after crimes! Very active and helpful small development team who are answering community questions and patching bugs. Achievements 11 missions which can be replayed to get a perfect score. Cons Needs a better optional hint system, I found myself frustratingly stuck most of the time, however, this may not be a negative for those with better puzzle intuition than I. Slightly frustrating controls when using items.
Players are sent out to each mission with one goal in mind, to dispose of the body and make it seem like they were never there. It is more challenging than it sounds and at times, quite meticulous. Find the body, clean up any blood and dispose of it in any way you see fit, whilst avoiding detection at all costs. Once that’s done, to achieve a perfect score, players must place every single item used in their inventory back exactly where they found it. Every door that was opened must be closed and any tampered with items must be returned to its original state. Only after disposal of a body will an exit sign illuminate, allowing players to complete the mission. Following this, a report is detailed and any errors will be listed which players can fix up in their next attempt. The only negative I found was the tedious nature of clicking on your inventory, clicking on an item and then clicking on the intended object. If you miss-click, the item in your inventory does not remain selected for, and you must re-enter your inventory and click on the object again. This isn’t necessarily a game breaker by any means, however, personally I would have preferred an assigned button to deselect items, rather than having to constantly re-select.
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