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Game Review   2012-11-04

 

Botanica: Into the UnknownBotanica: Into the Unknown

 

Here's another getaway for those tired of the world around them and an exellent game for those who just want to play a hidden object puzzle adventure game. Botanica: Into the Unknown offers you a great journey to an unknown planet full of unknown things.Will you take the challenge?

 

 

The game is really enjoyable to go through. You do not go back to where you have already been.

 

Botanica: Into the Unknown

You play as a young beautiful and smart botanist with a mission. Your mission is to explore this planet. But do not expect that only plant life will be what you will have to interact with. There are enough character to creat enough drama on that planet too. You need to be smart enough to gt through all that and escape from the planet while you are still alive.

 

The graphics are pretty impressive and fascinating. And they should be if the theme of the game is botanika on an unknown planet. Teh sounds correspond the image to creat this mysterious atmosohere.

 

Botanica: Into the Unknown

The game is really enjoyable to go through. You do not go back to where you have already been. Instead, the chapters if I can call them that are closed and you go on to something new. 

 

The hidden object levels do not offer anything new - the same interaction with hidden items. But the way they are done makes them almost something new. On the other hand, the mini games are really new and fun to play. Plus there are some collectibles to be on the lookout for. 

 

The game is amazing in its mechanics and presentation and experience. It really is a nice journey.

 

 

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Game Review   2012-11-04

 

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Lovely  2012-11-24 05:37:31
1.) Well in my opinion, detneminirg whether people are altruistic that their just responding to specific incentives depends on the person and the specific situation. Altruism, in its purest form, is defined as sacrificing some of your own survival ability in order to augment someone else's. I believe a truly altruistic act exists and has to be purely reactionary. The man who jumps into a river to save someone who is drowning, or the soldier who tries to smother a grenade to save his fellow soldiers is altruistic act. They hadn't given any thought about their gain, but rather focused on saving the other person's life. They may enjoy the praise and the reward of feeling good about their deed afterwards, but the act itself is altruistic. Nonetheless I do believe such acts are rare, and that most people act based on some sort of incentive.2.) I don't believe that the motive behind any positive action should matter. What is more important is not the reason behind the good deed, but rather the fact that this took time and effort out of his/her day to help another human being out. For example, giving a homeless person $2 just because he keeps on bugging you is much better than to not give the $2 to him because you think your doing it for all the wrong reasons. So long as your doing good deeds, the reasons should not matter.
 

Lovely  2012-11-24 05:37:33
1.) Well in my opinion, detneminirg whether people are altruistic that their just responding to specific incentives depends on the person and the specific situation. Altruism, in its purest form, is defined as sacrificing some of your own survival ability in order to augment someone else's. I believe a truly altruistic act exists and has to be purely reactionary. The man who jumps into a river to save someone who is drowning, or the soldier who tries to smother a grenade to save his fellow soldiers is altruistic act. They hadn't given any thought about their gain, but rather focused on saving the other person's life. They may enjoy the praise and the reward of feeling good about their deed afterwards, but the act itself is altruistic. Nonetheless I do believe such acts are rare, and that most people act based on some sort of incentive.2.) I don't believe that the motive behind any positive action should matter. What is more important is not the reason behind the good deed, but rather the fact that this took time and effort out of his/her day to help another human being out. For example, giving a homeless person $2 just because he keeps on bugging you is much better than to not give the $2 to him because you think your doing it for all the wrong reasons. So long as your doing good deeds, the reasons should not matter.
 

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