British producer Wales Interactive has a lot of games within its portfolio, and the majority of them are in the FMV genre. The next project of game makers, The One Who Pressed Mute to Uncle Marcus, promises to be an intriguing detective, but something within the smoothly-running process of making games is not working. So what’s wrong with this game? We will reveal this in our review.
- Producer: Wales Interactive, Good Gate Media
- Publisher: Wales Interactive
- Date of release: March 18, 2022
The worst thing that has happened is A terrible thing that has happened – Uncle Marcus was poisoned! And, even more shockingly, someone from the family committed the crime. Determining who is responsible for the crime is up to the principal character Abby who is the only person Marcus believes in. While her uncle is in his final hours in the hospital, Abby is a participant in an annual family game and must discover the person’s identity responsible for the crime. Naturally, the part of Abby is performed by yourself, while the story of Who Did You Press Mute in Uncle Marcus? will center around the police investigation.
It is fresh and appealing and appealing, yet it is also one of the game’s biggest drawbacks. The events revolve around family members playing Quizbowl in a peaceful environment. There is no interaction, and most times, you are forced to endure the deceitful and veiled insults made by the contestants.
In addition, you’ll need to play the game multiple times to discover the killer. The quiz is where Abby collects clues and then questions participants, and Uncle Marcus’s health score gradually declines. It’s impossible to talk to everyone in one go, and, after the inevitable final, you’ll need to restart the game – any previously collected information can be saved.
Who was the one who muted Uncle Marcus? stars one of the most popular actors, Andy Buckley, known for the TV show “The Office,” as well as a variety of lesser-known actors. It’s hard to find anything good about their performances: some are overdone, and some aren’t trying hard enough. The characters are static, and you shouldn’t be expecting to see any depth. In any circumstance, Abby’s mom is loud and averse to criticism, her aunt is sipping wine while looking pensive at her face, and her sister is browsing through her smartphone.
Who Muted for Uncle Marcus? It was less enjoyable than Wales Interactive’s previous effort, the Bloodshore game. The game’s novelty is a bribe to get a personal detective experience similar to “Get the Knives”; however, it quickly gets boring. At some point, you may not want to know the person who killed Uncle Marcus.