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There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension

After starting the game, the Game itself, presented as a voiceover, convinces not to play and actively tries to stop the player, although it does not explain why. Having overcome many obstacles, hastily made by the Game, the player launches a program that creates a spatial rift and, in addition, a program anomaly. She calls herself “Mr. Gluck” and declares her intention to do something terrible to the world – the comedy is given the fact that throughout the game his plan will never be heard due to various reasons, such as advertising or interference.

Then the Game and the player are transported through various games – first into the classic Point’n’click-quest (reminiscent of Day of the Tentacle in its style) with the main character Sherlock Holmes, then into an “adventure” similar to The Legend of Zelda, which is called ” The Legend of the Secret “. After completing the second game, Mr.Gluck appears and traps Game with the player, modifying The Legend of the Secret into an annoying shareware game full of ads and loot boxes. Having passed it, the player with the Game gets into the end credits, where Mr. Gluck is stuck; after his release, Gluck deceives the Game and mocks him, while accidentally freeing Gigi. GG (English GG – an abbreviation for Global Gameplay) was a partner of the Game and the main element of the gameplay until the creator decided to separate them – and without gameplay, as we are told in the title, the game no longer exists. The user, the Game and GJ have no choice but to enter the next portal and follow Mr.Gluck.

The portal leads back to the main screen of the original “not game”. The game does not find JiGi nearby, and, distraught and heartbroken, he urges the player to leave the game; when the player refuses, the Game enrages tries to delete the save file. When the player creates a memory leak, they go together to the next portal leading to a cell phone that belongs to the original developer of the game, The Creator (played by Cammisotto himself), where they again encounter Gigi. When the creator ran out of money for development, he decided to postpone the Game and remake GG into a mobile game with GPS mechanics similar to the Ingress game. After the Game makes contact with the Creator, GJ discovers that Mr.Gluck has entered the world and is causing the global computing system to malfunction. In an attempt to fix the Game, the creator decides to reunite him with Gigi; with the help of the player, they hold Mr.Gluck down while the Creator types the code to merge the programs. GJ and the game are becoming a fully functional game again.

GG offers the Game to let the player finally play, but the Game insists that Mr. Glitch is still dangerous, so he gives the player a choice – either to start the game (which could have “dire consequences”), or to delete it. If the player decides to play, the game loads, but immediately the player’s device fails, and Mr. Glitch reappears. If the player decides to delete the game, the Game dramatically plays the deletion for the player to come out and leave him alone with GJ, but he discovers that the player is still left.

Gameplay
The game is primarily a Point’n’click puzzle game that pays homage to a variety of games including Pac-Man, The Legend of Zelda and classic Point’n’click like Day of the Tentacle. It has a clue system, as well as verbal and non-verbal cues for solving puzzles. The game features English voice acting and subtitles in various languages, including Cammisotto’s native French.

Criticism
The game was well received by both players and critics, and was rated “Amazing” by StopGame.ru, as well as 10 out of 10 from The Digital Fix [8] and 17 out of 20 from Jeuxvideo.com [9]. She has a Metacritic rating of 9.7.

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