Among Us review
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Among Us is a visual novel with horror elements and is presented as a game that is set in a fictional town in Washington. The player takes the role of a detective who has to investigate the disappearance of three children. To this, they have to investigate the town and its residents.
Ever since the dawn of time, there have been stories of fantastical beings and entities, from the ancient Greek tales of ancient gods to the modern day ghost stories. One of the most common themes is of the unknown and the unexplained, and the unexplained is what Among Us is all about. The game is set in the 1970s, and as the game progresses, the supernatural beings become more and more real.
The graphics in Among Us are very good, and they are presented in a decent resolution. The color palette is a bit on the dark side, which is to be expected of a game set in the 1970s. It also has a clean, minimalist look that is very appealing and reflects the time period well.
The game is mostly presented in a montage of still images and the character animations are limited. The game is shown in a 2D format and the characters have a somewhat unrealistic look to them.
The gameplay is very good for a game of this type. The player will be exploring a haunted house and taking on tasks to reveal the dark secrets of the house. You can also use a variety of different items to help you explore the house.
The gameplay in Among Us is pretty straightforward. It is mostly a visual novel where the player has to investigate the town and its residents to find clues about the disappearance of the children. There are six chapters in total and the player has to find clues, talk to the townspeople to get information and find the missing children.
In the game, you can play with up to three other players, which can make the game a lot more fun. It also has an online mode which allows you to play with other players from all over the world.
The game is fairly short, with only a few hours of gameplay for the average person. It does not have any unlockables or any other point of replayability. The game is not really replayable, since the player can only play the game in a single way and the gameplay is pretty linear.
Among Us is a decent game, but it is not anything that will keep you coming back for hours and hours of gameplay. All in all, Among Us is a linear horror visual novel with some basic graphics and gameplay. The game does not offer much replayability and it is not the most interesting game out there.
250 MB available space
Everyone 10+Fantasy Violence, Mild Blood