Reviews for Scratches: Director's Cut


You won't forget atmosphere in this one.

Furrek | Jan. 10, 2015 | See all Furrek's reviews »

Scratches: Director's Cut is point and click adventure game. It's a great title for a players that aren't really bound with this genre. Why? Puzzles in this one are rather simply. Some people know that point and click genre have games that are really hard to play alone and you need sometimes to search for some "help". Scratches is not like that. Scratches is not like that, so veteran players can be a little bit dissapointed. As for me, in game that have so great atmosphere, beatiful and well made graphics along with music as poetry, I don't mind that puzzles aren't, in my opinion, on the first stage, but everything other is. I'm sure that I won't forget this game. Give it a try, maybe you will find yourself in love with truly amazing atmosphere this game can offer.


Great Point & Click

Agolf | July 4, 2014 | See all Agolf's reviews »

The game never make you feel lost, but never feel scared, it's the big flaw of this, the ambiance is very spooky and interesting, but you never are on the edge. Nonetheless this is good, really good, and it include the epilogue (very linear and short, but it end the story quiet well).



Asrafil | Sept. 20, 2013 | See all Asrafil's reviews »

Horror adventures in first person are not very common and when a game like Scratches comes it's difficult not to try it. Here you are going to find a terrifying atmosphere and an interesting story. While the puzzles could have been better balanced the rest of the game has a very good quality. For the price this game has it's totally worth it, and even more if you catch it on discount.


Atmospheric and Genuinely Scary

NucularS | July 21, 2013 | See all NucularS's reviews »

Scratches is horror at its best - no cheap thrills, just an incredibly oppressive atmosphere that slowly feeds your fear using your own imagination. Despite somewhat muddy 2D images, as you unravel the story one diary page at a time, the only way you will not feel all alone in a dark abandoned mansion cut off from civilization is if you play with the lights on. The howling wind outside and the dead quiet of the living room with just an old grandfather clock ticking away will keep you on the edge of your seat… and then you will hear the scratches.


If you like Point and Click, give this a try.

simpkinscm | May 21, 2013 | See all simpkinscm's reviews »

If you enjoy point and click adventures you should definitely give this game a try. The puzzles are intuitive and the atmosphere is awesome. The locations you find yourself are varied, but still feel that they are tied together. Playing through, you really feel like you need to figure out what is going on. My one complaint is that this game has not aged well at all. And, no spoilers, but the end of the game invoke less horror and more humor, due to the dated graphics. I would recommend anyone who enjoys this genre of game to definitely give this game a try.


Interestingly atmospheric adventure game.

Bigshrimp | March 11, 2013 | See all Bigshrimp's reviews »

This game is a pretty interesting and has well done horror elements. The voice acting is done decently and you get a good value for the price. I got this in a previous indie bundle and I can tell you that it was worth it for sure. The puzzles can be a little difficult, so you may need to look at a walkthrough, if you can't figure them out. This is a classic point and click adventure that really scared the hell out of me. If you are into horror adventure games, give this one a shot.