Fingertips: Leave Me Alone

by Kevin Jackson-Mead

Episode 26 of Apollo 18 Tribute Album
2012

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- Zape, December 5, 2021

- Malasana, August 15, 2021

- Edo, May 13, 2020

- miruial, October 8, 2018

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Short and sweet, April 3, 2016

One of the simplest stories in the Apollo collection, but the endings are well-worded and well-chosen. And as brief as it is, there's still a moment to delight the attentive player.

Recommended for: a date with a bowl of ice cream - you'll finish them at the same time.


- necromancer, February 15, 2016

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An excellent one move, mostly puzzleless game with distinct branches, February 14, 2016
by MathBrush
Related reviews: less than 15 minutes

This is my favorite Apollo 18 one move game so far. It is very simple; someone is chasing you, and you have one chance to escape them. There is a correct solution, but all endings are interesting (I found 11 or so).

This game really shines in its writing and creativity. It affected me emotionally in a mild, pleasant way.

There is some mild profanity right at the beginning.


- Simon Deimel (Germany), June 27, 2014

- Mr. Patient (Saint Paul, Minn.), April 1, 2013

- The Xenographer, April 18, 2012

- Ruth A, April 4, 2012

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Imagistic and imaginative, April 2, 2012

Leave Me Alone, like many fingertips games, isn't really a game that is played to be won. I got the 'winning' move on the first playthrough. Rather, it is a game to be explored. In many ways it is similar to What's That Blue Thing Doing Here?, if a little more limited. Each successful response is inventive and paints a vivid moment. It hasn't the breadth of some other one move games, but for what it is, it's good.



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