Indie Games Spotlight for August 12th, 2012

By mancide, 6 years ago
Quiet, Please! is a puzzle game reminiscent of days gone by. Besides, who hasn't had one of those days where they just want to come home to some peace and quiet?

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Everything in the house is so noisy! You just want to be alone and go to bed. Explore, interact with your environment and solve puzzles. 3 kittens included with every purchase!

RELEASE DATE: 4/12/2012
DEVELOPER: Nostatic Software
GENRE: Action & Adventure

Offline players 1 - 4
Dolby Digital
I guess I need to admit I have a soft-spot for these games that bring back memories of the first point-and-click adventure games I played on the computer. While Quiet, Please! is not quite as involved as the King's Quest series, it does bring back some fond memories for me from that era of gaming.

Puzzle adventure games like this do not need cumbersome control schemes getting in the way. Quiet, Please! follows this edict perfectly. Press A to open doors and interact with objects. Press X to pick-up objects, but remember you can only carry one at a time!

You will definitely spend some time just trying to figure out what you need to accomplish. Your task is simple, to make the house quiet, However, how you need to go about that goal is not quite as simple. Ladders, vases, wine? Where to start first.

You can pick up Quiet, Please! for 80 MSP. If only it was that easy, or inexpensive to buy some quiet around my house these days.

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Written by mancide
When not enjoying video games, our fearless newshound enjoys an nice pint of fermented barley and hops in a variety of styles. India Pale Ales, Stouts, Porters, Witbiers, Saisons, Gose, Lambics, Barleywine, you name it. If it has water, malted barley, hops and yeast in it, I'll consume it. I also enjoy all things technological, Doctor Who, wrasslin, traveling, and spending time with my family.