Tech Support: Error Unknown for PC
PC - Windows

Tech Support: Error Unknown

Feb 27, 2019
6.95
playscore
Average
2490th of 22474

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Dragon Slumber
Content Rating: Rating pending

Summary

Tech Support: Error Unknown is an adventure game with simulation and puzzle mechanics, which places you in front of a virtual computer. As a tech support specialist new to the job, use a wide array of computer software to solve customer issues or choose to manipulate programs for personal gain. Hack your system to unlock its full potential, GPS track lost phones, scan profiles to blackmail customers, or simply propose they reboot.

System Requirements

Minimum

  • OS: Windows 7 or greater
  • Processor: 1.5 GHz CPU
  • Memory: 500 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 1280x720 or better video resolution in High Color mode
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Standard onboard sound card

Gamer Reviews

234 Reviews
7.14

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Critic Reviews

8 Reviews
6.76
Rebecca Hills-DutyApr 09, 2019
Sadly, this aspect is either so subtle as to be undetectable, or missing entirely. What this leaves behind is an entirely too accurate simulation of the daily grind of a tech support technician, where the main interest lies in trying to find the end of each story branch, and fun is largely put on the back-burner.
Alex Santa MariaFeb 26, 2019
The developer want you to feel for the tier one workers you can choose to report for incompetence as well as the family member who repeatedly begs for cash. But whenever you get close to buying into those storylines, the mechanics get in the way. It’s a helpless feeling that may emulate what tech support may sadly be about but it doesn’t make for a great game.
Ruby SaltMar 11, 2019
Tech Support: Error Unknown is a short little game, quick to play, easy to digest, and honestly, compelling enough to make me want to find out what happens next. I did a single playthrough, myself, and tried the slightly harder modes, which I didn’t see much of a difference in, but maybe that would become more apparent further down the road.

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