Abducted: 10 Minutes
What makes Abducted a good game is the combination of good writing, a carefully constructed frenetic pace that is never too overwhelming, as well as logical-but-not-too-hard puzzles whose solutions become obvious after you die a few times. Like many adventure games, you will need to experiment and observe the environment carefully to survive, but here the real-time clock puts a real pressure on the thinking cap. Of course, you can (and will) always restore, but seeing every second tick away on screen adds a real sense of adrenaline rush. Fans of Infocom's Border Zone or suspense stories who wish adventure games were more exciting will have a lot of fun with this short but fun underdog. My only complaint is that there is some pixel-hunting required, since some objects are no bigger than a few pixels wide. Thumbs up!
|Average Rating:||7.94 [17 votes]|
|More Info:||Mobygames | The Web|
|System Requirements:||Windows XP|
|If you like this game, try:||7 Days a Skeptic, Other Worlds, No-Action Jackson|
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