The Office Quest

May 24, 2018 - PC

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Critic Reviews for The Office Quest

Even though The Office Quest is fun, has its own and unique style, has a charming art design and, overall, its humour works really well, lacks a good history and has too many loading screens, giving as a result an interesting adventure that could have been better.

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Office Quest is a fun, light-hearted little romp rich in style. Great aesthetic, entertaining animations, and challenging puzzles make this title stand out, even if some puzzles are more vexing than others, and I didn't feel that the platforming mini-games fit into the overall game. It's a great little game, regardless of if you play it on PC or your mobile device of choice.

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With this new Switch port, The Office Quest might find a new audience : with this very fun parody of a splenetic and standardised office space, 11 Sheep's point'n click delivers a universal message. Fun and caustic all the way, The Office Quest still suffers from a strong classicism that will make it a short trip for the genre veterans.

Review in French | Read full review

The Office Quest is a fair point-and-click adventure, full of humor and nonsense.

Review in Italian | Read full review

The Office Quest is infuriating as it never lives up to its potential. The groundwork is here for a solid adventure, but the game never reaches top speed. Certain aspects of mobile game design are holding it back. The main offender is how streamlined the experience is, leaving little room for exploration and secrets.

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While in some regards The Office Quest is a bit bare bones, lacking in any concrete story or character development, it compensates well by simply being weird...

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