Sally Face Review And CONTENT For THIS GAME

Sally Face

Sally Face is an adventure game where you play as a kid named Sal who lives in an apartment building which has a bunch of messed up stuff happening inside it’s walls.

About The Game

Story: You play as Sal Fisher, nicknamed Sally Face by his friends. Sal and his father move to a new town so they can have a fresh start. You move into Addison apartments, a crappy and rundown dump that houses a bunch of strange characters. 

Sally Face story is really good, with a lot of twists and turns and some crazy moments that make your jaw hit the floor. Each episode has it’s own hook that keeps you going. The only episode that might be considered slightly boring is episode 2, but it has such a good cliffhanger ending that you just want to keep going to see how the story wraps up.

However the hook is also a double edged sword. Episode 5 has a pretty anti-climatic ending that leaves a lot of loose ends, even when you unlock the hidden epilogue. However there is intention for more Sally Face in the future so the adventure is not over yet.

Gameplay: Sally Face is in a sense a traditional point and click adventure game, but with any pointing and clicking. You control Sal on a 2D plain where you walk around left and right, collecting stuff, solving puzzles and all the other stuff you’d expect from an adventure game. The controls themselves are fine, the only thing that I didn’t like is that Sally felt pretty slippery for the first 30 minutes of playing, but after that I got used to it. However a few puzzles are way too hard. Each episode has a side activity you can do, which has a puzzle you need to solve. Most of the time these are pretty difficult and finding items to do these puzzles is pretty hard, cause once you miss one, it’s over, you have to go back and complete the entire episode again.

System Requirements

  • OS: Win 7

  • Processor: 2 GHz

  • Memory: 4 GB RAM

  • Storage: 600 MB available space


Screenshots :

Sally Face

Sally Face

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