Originally Posted by DavidDayton
The adventure site quoted earlier gave the game a somewhat favorable review... I'm wondering if this is a case of guys who love adventure games, have no artists, and figured that the actual backgrounds "weren't important" as the "meat" of the game was the writing and puzzles... it would be odd to have a decent game made entirely by content thieves, or so I'd like to think.
It's bad that I really want to play this now, isn't it?
Agreed, but the slimy self-promotion (on adventure gaming sites) and the way how the guy got so much help making the game (engine) work, only to have it turn out that all the art was stolen, sure aren''t helping their case, for sure... but yeah, going by that review it does seem that there might actually be a decent adventure game there, behind all the stolen content and lies. But more reviews would help determine whether it's good or not... and now, that might be unlikely. :)