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Although you can't try this one before you buy it, it's pretty safe to say that adventure game fans who are comfortable with the subject matter will enjoy Ghost in the Sheet and the new twists it brings to point-and-click.
Questa avventura ha una storia originale, ironicamente orrida, enigmi di buona fattura e grafica adeguata. Potete passare qualche ora divertente.
Overall, I had a rollicking good time with GitS. It's a game with many subtle nuances to be savored, and as it's relatively short (maybe 6-8 hours unless you hit some really big snags), I suggest taking your time and checking out everything. Otherwise, you might miss some very amusing quips. Despite its rough spots, GitS is a solid first outing for Cardboard Box Entertainment. By turns, it's quirky, funny, imaginative, macabre, silly (in a good way) and creepy, with a great showdown at the end. I mean, who could ask for anything more?
As you may have gathered, this is not a game that's meant to terrify the gamer. That doesn't mean that it won't scare you or startle you or perhaps even make you squeamish. There's plenty of villainy to go around -- maybe too much. There are evil individuals and two large groups of evildoers who blithely abuse the most vulnerable of victims. All this, and not one appearance by a lawyer! (Maybe the Boss is a lawyer in disguise.)
If you’re used to point and click games then this would stand out a challenge with some interesting ideas, however if you are new to the genre you may want to play some of the better point and click games first.
Old-fashioned despite the offbeat plot, Ghost in the Sheet is a predictable yet mostly fulfilling adventure. It's ideal for point-and-click traditionalists looking for some spooky stuff with a sense of humor.
Ghost in the Sheet is, admittedly, a small budget title. While a few questions can be raised about some less opportune design choices, it is uncommon to find such an amusing and complete work among small indie adventure game titles. However, it is also clearly visible that the development team may have been better off, at times, putting its resources to different use in order to make the game a more pleasing and fluid experience. In short, Ghost in the Sheet will most likely captivate gamers who seek a different kind of dark comedy beyond the quick, superficial humor. The game’s inspired and prolific storyline, unusual cast of characters, and unique atmosphere will find no equal among the current inventory of adventure games.
Several of the game’s elements demonstrate promising signs for a new developer, but a weak storyline ultimately marginalizes them in this debut effort.