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- Edo, March 18, 2022

- civilstat (Maine, USA), November 10, 2021

- Malasana, August 21, 2021

- Zape, March 25, 2021

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Enjoyed far more than I was expecting, March 25, 2021

You go around "finding untruths" while trying to "find the truth".

Slightly underimplemented (but bug-free!) and very short, but somehow extremely fun.

I "won" in a couple of turns, but then had to go back and explore the world to get the "real" ending, and the process was just... enjoyable. It's basically an "examine everything" game, and the humor is broad strokes, but I liked it.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Simple and Silly, March 1, 2017
by Audiart (Davis, CA)

Truth is definitely a joke game, but unlike most, it is well implemented and bug-free, as well as being much more clever. The premise and the puzzles are simple: expose the lies surrounding you. The scenario is realistic and thus provides a humorous commentary on the everyday lies we endure in the man-made world.

The real puzzle of Truth is finding ALL of the lies, not any single lie. For the most part they are found in the places you would expect: advertising, politics, the Internet. But some are subtle and require a lot of attention to detail. As the world is rather small, this can be a little tedious, and I am ashamed to admit that after extensive puzzling I could only uncover 19 of the 21 lies, and thus was driven mad.

I recommend this game as a short and well-written diversion that will definitely put a satirical smile on your face and even occasionally make you laugh out loud.

- Mr. Patient (Saint Paul, Minn.), November 19, 2014

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