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Mind: Path to Thalamus Review

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Mockingbird 14th August 2014, 09:50 Quote
I really want to play this, having read your review. Guess I know what I'm doing after work today!
ashchap 14th August 2014, 12:44 Quote
Could you play the game with the voices muted? Perhaps it would be a better experience without the story...

FYI, the image links appear to be broken.
RickLane 14th August 2014, 14:35 Quote
Thanks for the heads up RE image links. Should be fixed now.

Alas there's no option to switch off voices in game. Only subtitles.
SchizoFrog 14th August 2014, 17:37 Quote
'In many ways Thalamus a masterpiece in the original sense of the word,...'

Should it not be 'Thalamus is a masterpiece'...?

I too want to give this game a look but I think I may wait for a sale just in case.
FelixTech 14th August 2014, 23:01 Quote
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Originally Posted by ashchap
Could you play the game with the voices muted? Perhaps it would be a better experience without the story...

It certainly seems like the takeaway from this review was to play it with the sound off! ^^
Deders 15th August 2014, 09:08 Quote
The dialogue does give you cryptic clues to the puzzles, so probably best keep it on
ChaosDefinesOrder 15th August 2014, 13:57 Quote
Seems the developer is on board with your criticisms: http://steamcommunity.com/games/296070/announcements/detail/273911814342628000
Phil Rhodes 16th August 2014, 15:56 Quote
Reminds me of this:
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I realised, the moment I fell into the fissure, that the book would not be destroyed as I had planned. It continued falling into that starry expanse of which I had only a fleeting glimpse. I have tried to speculate where it might have landed, but I must admit, however— such conjecture is futile....
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