The Fall Trilogy: Chapter 1 - Separation (Windows)

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Acting The quality of the actors' performances in the game (including voice acting). 2.0
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.0
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.0
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Overall User Score (1 vote) 2.8

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Adventure's Planet (Feb 28, 2010)
Questo è un casual adventure che può entrare pienamente nel novero delle avventure grafiche, a mio parere, se non fosse per la brevità: nonostante alcune difficoltà nella risoluzione degli enigmi, infatti, tutto sommato il gioco dura poco rispetto alle avventure più convenzionali. Resta comunque uno dei migliori nel suo genere: curato, divertente, ben realizzato. Confido che anche i seguenti capitoli siano all’altezza, e devo ammettere di essere molto curiosa di vedere quali ambientazioni ci troveremo di fronte in futuro. Anche per chi non ama i casual, questa può essere un’esperienza interessante, essendo così particolare e così vicino alle avventure grafiche.
GameZebo (Jan 08, 2010)
While the relatively easy level of challenge may turn off some, chapter one of The Fall is definitely a strong all-around package. It looks and sounds great, features a detailed world packed with plenty of mysteries to solve, and ends of a curious cliffhanger that is sure to keep you waiting impatiently for the next game in the series.
Adventure Lantern (Jul, 2011)
Overall the game is enjoyable, but it is also somewhat bland. The Asian ruins are beautiful, but also dull and lifeless. It never really looks like a place that could exist, and as such, does not draw you into the experience. The puzzles are also very conventional, every single one of them has been done before by other adventure games and done better.
Adventure Gamers (Jan 15, 2010)
If you dislike hidden object activities, you may be disappointed by Separation, but for those who don’t mind some casual game elements, the quality puzzles and setting make for an otherwise enjoyable experience.