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One of the best looking point 'n' click adventures ever made, but the unique visuals don't compensate for illogical puzzles and a weak script.
Sci-fi adventure set in ’60s Germany is a beautiful, artsy letdown
Trüberbrook isn’t bad, but it feels like a wedding cake with a couple of tiers missing. Beautiful icing, great craftsmanship on show, but somehow not all there.
The story of Trüberbrook has an intriguing concept. However, it is resolved too quickly and lacks an impactful revelation that it was seemingly building to. Nevertheless, the voice acting and visuals alone have left me so impressed they eventually became the reasons I continued through the adventure.
Truberbrook is a very average, obsolete adventure, which by all parameters, except graphics, is inferior to the last Leisure Suit Larry game.
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Overall, Trüberbrook is a very special and quirky game that most people are going to love.
With sumptuous hand-crafted visuals and a throwback LucasArts approach to puzzle-adventure gaming, Trüberbook is a treat for genre fans. Well, in part anyway. It's a pity that all the goodwill the game generates is drained by an unsatisfying story that doesn't bother to answer even half of the questions it's raised.
If you’re a fan of the genre, appreciate fine artwork and want to experience a fairly interesting story, Trüberbrook is worth a look, just go in with expectations in check.
Generally, unless you're incredibly interested in the spectacular visuals, I can't recommend Trüberbrook.
This game has a few sizable issues that hold it back from greatness. But for genre fans, Trüberbrook succeeds thanks to its sci-fi plot, quirky voice-acted characters, and exceptional aesthetics.