Seize control of your destiny in a grim dystopian world! As the manager of a government-run apartment building, you must keep your residents comfortable and well-fed while fulfilling the directives of your superiors. Featuring beautifully bleak visuals and rich strategic gameplay, Beholder will hold you in its grip until you have mastered its many challenges!Read full description
Seize control of your destiny in a grim dystopian world! As the manager of a government-run apartment building, you must keep your residents comfortable and well-fed while fulfilling the directives of your superiors. Featuring beautifully bleak visuals and rich strategic gameplay, Beholder will hold you in its grip until you have mastered its many challenges!
Ever wanted to own an apartment building? Ever wanted to spy on the tenants in said building? Ever want to get one of them beaten and taken away for wearing jeans? If you answered yes then Beholder is for you. A fun game full of choices that aren't always black and white. Do you report one of you tenants to the ministry or do you blackmail them for money? The only downside is the game becomes a bit repetitive and some of the quests seem impossible to complete. Hopefully the game will be expanded with time.
Have played just under two hours of this title so far, but loving it and wish I had more time to play. The game looks like Limbo and Fallout Shelter had a baby - in a good way - and the gameplay is sound. The setting is tense and builds atmosphere well, and the stories the tenants have are pretty cool. I'm sure I've not unlocked half of the game's intrigue yet, and so looking forward to spying through some more keyholes. I only have one minor quibble - I wish there was a way to zoom out far enough to see the entire building, though, as sometimes things will be happening in the basement and I don't realise - and because I use a trackpad most of the time, it can be a tad fiddly because of that.
Gloomy indie adventure, where one little man is trying to survive in the vast machine of a totalitarian state. Very good design, it is a pity that this game is so little known.
A lot of fun and makes you really think what would be important to you and how you would handle a situation where your every move and the people your managing moves are constantly monitored. If they do something against the state, do you let it slide or do you turn them in? Lots of endings. If I had one complaint is I would love to see a sandbox mode or something where the game and continue. Besides playing it multiple times to get different endings it felt short to me. But again I had a lot of fun!
I am not going to make this a long review but it'll make sense. I've got this game for free from a giveaway, but my gosh, is it good. One of the best stealth game I've ever played. The art style is wonderful. It is a brilliant mix of a little 3D and 2D style. It's basic point-and-click but man, the storyline is awesome. Kudos to the game's scriptwriter. You have to use your tactics to finish this game. Basically, you finish quests in this game to progress, but beware of your actions. Your decision affects how the game goes. I'd say it's worth your money. I ain't telling you guys anything about the story it self, so that you can enjoy the game when you play it and see for yourself.
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