Originally Posted by purple_monkfish
Does this mean those less dexterous of us could turn it on to get past the stupid jumping puzzles then turn it off again to go back to pointing and clicking? I'd love to be able to bipass the stupid reflex games they tack into a lot of adventure games these days (like that stupid mini game in Still Life)
See, being able to bipass dexterity puzzles i'd be happy with (Damn I wish they just wouldn't include the stupid bloody things. If I wanted to play a platformer i'd buy a sodding platformer damnit)
But for puzzles? What about that sense of achievement when you solve them youself? nah, I like the hint system implimented by telltale. Obscure hints ftw!
Obscure hints? They pretty much give you the solution each time lol. In strong bad anyways.
Still Life was somewhat decent, but alas, never holds a candle to sins of the father, my most revered Puzzle game of all time.