Heavy Five [Ch.2 R] [Nottravis]

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Download for Mac

Download for Android - ch.4

  • swipe down to hide the ui
  • swipe left to roll back
  • swipe right to start skipping of text
  • swipe 2x left&right to open the game menu
  • swipe up&down to toggle a small window with memory usage information
  • longpress the save file thumbnail in the save/load screen to delete this slot

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Editor's Rating

Story - 86%
Visual - 86%
Engagement - 81%
Core Loop - 77%


out off 100%

This review is based on author's perspective and actual experience may differ on individual's own preferences.

User Rating: 2.19 ( 24 votes)

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    1. The Android version is Chapter 4, interestingly. I’ll wait for the correct files but I wonder if you could use the data files from the Android version to work on the Windows or Mac player. If anyone finds out let us know.

      1. For windows just download nox or bluestack to play apk games and i believe they have mac version also. Pc is the most flexible machine you ever need because tons of programs created on pc with right apps you can play or use any extension on pc esp if you’re on windows.

  1. Not good, but not bad either. It’s about what I expected. The story is ok, but it’s predictable. The renders are just ok, but not terrible. It’s not bad for a free download.

  2. The analogy is horrible but it gets the point across well.

    I rather love this game and will be excited for the next installment. I am not going to be upset for a game wasting my time because it is a game and I knew the risks downloading it sight-unseen. I don’t think the game disrespects the player in any sense, tho I do understand your frustrations.

    I hope the next version or update is better for you.

  3. To my mind, a Remaster is done when a game is finished but graphically outdated. Or needs a systems update (though that gets dicey)

    Renpy Remakes have worked for games like Farmer’s Dreams and Manilla Shaw because their systems were too complex for most players to really enjoy the story they were trying to tell. I do prefer those, but again a remaster and or a remake in the wider industry should for the most part be reserved for games that are actually completed. Or even remotely near it. Most of these games on sites like this, will never reach that state. They just won’t. For a myriad of potential reasons (including begging for money – which some people will pay; to help complete a game they all know has but some chance to fully materialize in the first place – because either the developer can’t afford to make the game on their own, or does not want to waste their own capital on the project. Which I do understand, as it is a gamble… but it’s no less from any given player’s monetary investment) There is only so many times you can throw your penny down the well, wishing something good will come out of it. Just to drag a rock up, or find out there’s a hole in a half rotten bucket.

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