Other than that, the game ran flawlessly on my machine.
There is no installation for , as it plays directly off the CD.
However, what you do learn through the various notes, diary entries, and voice snippets is enough to make them feel like real people.
There was one sound-based puzzle, but it consisted of more pattern than tone, so even tone deaf people should have little trouble.
You had to change resolution to 640x480 manually before starting the game.
The game had many places where you could look closer at something and interact with it (like a desk drawer).
is a game that gives me much hope for the future of the genre, since it is produced and distributed entirely by a small, independent company (XXv Productions).
The lack of a large distributor means that I will never find on a local store shelf, but most adventure games don't seem to show up on the shelves anyway.
It was nice to play a game contining puzzles that required a bit of thought for a change.