Her Majesty's SPIFFING

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Metro GameCentral

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7 / 10
Jan 6, 2017

An occasionally biting satire of post-Brexit Britain, that also happens to be one of the best – and shortest – graphic adventures of 2016.

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IGN Spain
Miguel ángel escudero

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8 / 10.0
Dec 19, 2016

An interesting point 'n' click adventure that it's fun but too short.

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7 / 10.0
Jan 28, 2018

Her Majesty's Spiffing has some of the sharpest, funniest writing I've seen in a games and it has the rare accolade of being a point-and-click adventure that follows actual real life logic. But it's all over far too soon and leaves an unsatisfied feeling with plot threads just left hanging.

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Dec 18, 2016

Her Majesty's SPIFFING is a very British point & click title where humour is the priority. With digs at the game's cast, the British and even the genre itself, the game doesn't hold back. The puzzles challenge players without being overcomplicated and the game manages to mix humour and decent gameplay that will appeal to most players, even if some of the British humour will be lost on players from other regions.

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4.5 / 5.0
Dec 7, 2016

The only problem with the game is that I wanted more of it. Her Majesty’s Spiffing will run you about four hours. Once you reach its end, the game is very clear with the player stating that ‘This story will continue… maybe… if we get enough sales’. Hopefully for the developers, quality of product will lead to quantity of sales, and the adventures of S.P.I.F.F.I.NG are able to continue on.

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2 / 5.0
Feb 5, 2017

Her Majesty's SPIFFING is a title loaded with English humor and with undoubted quality, music, artistic style ... But the duration and the feeling with which it leaves us is bad.

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6 / 10
Jan 30, 2018

Her Majesty's SPIFFING is a lovingly made tribute to the point-and-click adventure genre of the early '90s, with a likably cheeky and surprisingly topical sense of humour. Its traditional underlying mechanics, however, can't quite cash the cheques its script is writing, and it's all over a little too quickly.

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75%
Dec 10, 2016

Who'd have thought that a game ostensibly about Brexit could not only be so funny, but also provide a selection of clever puzzles to boot? Her Majesty's SPIFFING is all of these things and therefore an adventure game you should most certainly play, if only for a little bit of levity with which to see out 2016.

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KeenGamer
Michael Keener

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7 / 10.0
Feb 15, 2017

Her Majesty's SPIFFING could be viewed as a success just as easily as it could be viewed as sub-par (based almost entirely on what is to come in the future). We had fun with its extensive humor and not so subtle jabs at real world occurrences, stereotypes, and issues, but its incredibly short gameplay and story had no closure about them, and won't unless we are fortunate enough for the developers to make the next installments and provide us with such conclusions. For us, the game feels up in the air in terms of being a worthy purchase or not; if you take the chance on it, we are sure you'll enjoy much of what it has to offer but don't forget that the rest of the story is still to come (maybe).

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3.9 / 5.0
Dec 31, 2016

You may have noticed that I didn’t delve into too much detail regarding the plot – In titles like this, where the main draw is the narrative itself, I personally feel it’s best to come in as fresh as possible. Having played through Her Majesty’s Spiffing twice now, I’ve found that, much like a lot of Telltale’s work, the game operates under the illusion of choice rather than your decisions actually impacting meaningfully upon the narrative.

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