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Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes Review

Game Description

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is a game where you're taking the role of a bomb diffuser, alone in a closed room, one on one against the bomb. Your only hope lies in your friends, who are in possession of the manual on how to defuse it. But there's a catch - they can't see the bomb, you can't see the manual! Better prepare your throat and your brain - it's you against the clock!

Quick Summary

  • Incredibly fun concept that will keep you entertained for hours
  • Easy to look at graphics, just enough for what the game needs, and it works great
  • I've actually learned some Morse code, so I can pretty much say it's educative!
  • Easy to navigate menu
  • Bomb manual is nicely and clearly written (supporting 26 languages!)
  •  Game is not hardware-demanding at all, so it can be easily run on most of the PCs, and it's available on Android / iOS
  • Bomb and its modules are randomly composed, which only boosts the replayability, even on the easy levels
  • Easy controls that requires only the mouse
  • Mod support that easily adds plenty hours of new content

My Review

The game is simply amazing! I've had a ton of fun playing it with a few of my friends on-line and my partner locally, and we only want to play more just to get better at it! The only thing slowing down the fun factor is that after a while you start remembering the solutions to the bomb modules as a diffuser, which helps to solve the puzzle faster, but takes away a bit of fun. Not to worry, that's where the workshop support comes in play, adding some wild stuff that helps the replay value of the game! Except that slight hiccup in the game itself, there's literally nothing else that I can mention as a disadvantage here, it's clearly well thought through. Graphics are not realistic, pretty stylish in my opinion, and they might not be much, but they fit the game just right. The difficulty of the 'campaign' levels is properly compensated, there's no skill gap between the chapters, going through them in order teaches you all in proper speed. With time of development, the game started supporting more and more languages to make it more accessible, 26 translation of the manual at the time of writing, it's pretty damn good. There's also Virtual Reality support which is quite solid, adds some fun and tension, but it's pretty much the same thing with or without it. So to sum it up, it's one of the best party games I have played, it provided a ton of fun for everyone included, and honestly it makes a great drinking game at this point!
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