A couple of weeks ago I reviewed Jane Jensen’s new game, Moebius, and if you read the review you can tell I fucking loved it. So, I decided to play through the game again on a Full-score run, trying to get the last 20 points I missed on my first playthrough. I streamed it all on Twitch and I think ONE person saw it; at least that was the number of concurrent viewers according to good old Twitchy.
Below you’ll find my playthroughs of Chapters 1 to 4. For some strange reason my stream of chapters 5 and 6 didn’t save properly on Twtich; and I didn’t stream 7 when it became painfully apparent that while I did make progress, I was still about 10 or 15 points short.
If you know what I missed in episodes 1 to 4 please be kind and tell me!
I’m currently playing and replaying the game, trying to find what I missed. When I get max score, I’ll stream a speedrun of it all. If you want to know what a speedrun is for an adventure game, it’s simple: I’m going to skip everything skippable, from conversations to cutscenes!
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Note: Review based on pre-release copy. Issues encountered might not be in the retail version.
Moebius is a Point & Click Adventure game by Pinkerton Road Studio in collaboration with Phoenix Online Studios. The Game follows antique appraiser and historian Malachi Rector as he travels around the globe using his analytical skills to uncover a conspiracy threatening to ruin the world. Continue reading Moebius: Empire Rising Review
Welcome to another issue of Attic Diving, where we interview interesting people to help us jump into their Mental Attics to see what we find!
Today’s issue is all about Moebius: Empire Rising, the new game from adventure game legend Jane Jensen’s Pinkerton Road. It’s set to release tomorrow, April 15th, all over the world. You can still preorder it and get a nice 20% discount.
I want to thank Phoenix Online Studios’ Katie Hallahan, PR Head and Assistant Designer for Moebius, for taking time out of her crazily busy schedule to answer these questions and others you will get to read in the coming days.