My original review for this game read:
"This is a terrific little game. The challenges and storyline are interesting and varied, the mood offbeat and upbeat, the gameplay smooth and entertaining. The specs warned that this game wouldn't work with my video RAM but I tried the demo and it worked fine, so after playing most of the demo I took a chance and bought it. So far, so good. Recommended."
This was after playing two of the three chapters.
I am still trying to get through Chapter 3 which is exponentially, magnitudes longer than the first two. This could be a real plus if the game kept introducing new elements or a sense of progress, but it feels interminable. The same kinds of challenges just keep repeating, punctuated by quests that never seem to go anywhere. Most bizarrely, the friendly, upbeat theme is periodically interrupted by R-rated tirades and opinionated rants on controversial subjects, totally unnecessary for the game. So I can't keep up the original five stars. Get it if it's on sale and you want many monotonous hours of gameplay. The scenes are exquisite, I must admit.