• Vasco "RaginRamen"

Updated: Dec 27, 2020

Whats a pacifist Viking to do, right?

I found myself laughing start to finish, but what makes these developers unique is the creative genius behind the puzzles. They are so well designed, and evolve in complexity as you progress. Not only do they provide a challenge, but fit well as part of the personality of the game.

This time, we find ourselves in a different kind of Hell, and instead of trying to avoid it, we are actively going towards it. I say ‘this time’ because, for those of you who are familiar with their last title Manuel Samuel, it is set in the same universe. There will be a few cameos, and the dark humour continues with Helheim. It would have to be dark humour when you consider the essence of your experience is dismembering Bjorn into several pieces to solve puzzles.

Tired of playing competitive FPS matches in Valhalla for several hundred years, so when the opportunity arose to journey to Hel instead, its a no brainer.

The absolute best parts of my experience are the witty dialogues, loveable characters and the puzzles.

I still remember the day I had to attach my legs to a wardrobe and put my body parts in the drawers to sneak past an enemy. There are so many memorable moments I want to tell you about, but it would be better for you to experience it for yourself.

Start your journey now!




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