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IGN España (Mar 07, 2016)
Los chicos de Baroque Decay Games pueden dormir tranquilos, han realizado un trabajo sobresaliente con pocos medios; un título que sorprende como muchos “grandes” estudios quisieran; un título que casi podríamos catalogar de culto; un clásico instantáneo apto para todo tipo de público que nos hará ir más allá de lo imaginado.
Attack of the Fanboy (Mar 03, 2016)
A unique and excellent adventure, with puzzles and mystery at every turn. Although its main appeal will be to retro gamers, there are enough strong qualities to attract those who may not normally play within this genre. Graphics and soundtrack are charming and a joy to experience.
GameSpew (Mar 21, 2016)
In the end, The Count Lucanor is a great a game all around, and I will gladly be adding it to my list of favorite horror games. It took about six hours to play through, and features multiple endings which adds to its replayability. If you are looking for a unique survival-horror game with a creepy meter (and weird meter) that is cranked up to eleven, then The Count Lucanor is a great choice.
Brash Games (Mar 06, 2016)
In conclusion I have to say I was really impressed with this game. The gameplay and design are simple, well thought out and has good pacing. The world changes as you progress and I found the world truly absorbing in interesting to explore. It clearly draws inspiration from many classic games, but that’s not a bad thing and it still manages to have its own unique traits and gameplay elements. I would strongly recommend this game if you’re a fan of retro looking games like Zelda or Undertale or you like a game that has a horror theme whilst still looking beautifully designed.
The Count Lucanor brings to us the best of two amazing genres that many of us love, with a great twist. The game has memorable and unique characters, a very well done level design and an amazing soundtrack. The survival horror elements are very well done even if the game itself is a bit simplistic. The game is very well thought out and has very good pacing, however that doesn’t stop me from wishing the game were longer!
RPGamer (Jun 06, 2016)
The Count Lucanor covers a lot of material for its brevity. Experienced puzzlers may not appreciate the familiar nature of the puzzles, even with the novelty of the light and stealth systems to modify them. However, Hans's curious world is a memorable place, lousy with charming quirks. Hopefully, Baroque Decay will continue to explore the ground broken by The Count Lucanor in future projects. There's nothing else quite like it.