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About this game
Developer: Noskov Sergey
Content Rating: Teen
Post-apocalyptic story about two travelers who set out on a long journey in the wasteland, left by people after the global epidemic. The disaster destroyed much of the world's population, the infrastructure went wrong and the common life remained only in memories. The times when a human has adapted the environment for himself have end and now, in order to survive, he will have to adapt to changes. You will have to play the character whose path runs through the deserted towns and cities in Russia, fields and forests of a vast country and even a secret underground facility. Who are we, where are we from and where do we go – we will be lucky to know it only at the end!
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35MM is an old game that has been re-released with no updates. As bold as this move is, it’s a good way for Sergey Noskov to familiarize a larger audience with his work. This is especially true since the dev has two other titles already out – both received well with audiences. We reckon there are more games on the way. While 35MM itself might not be as much of a success due to its slow pacing and graphic awkwardness, it’s still not a bad experience to spend a few hours on.
35MM is a messy blend of multiple genres lacking any clear definition or direction. The tense atmosphere that it builds isn’t enough to keep you invested and definitely needs more depth in its gameplay, story, and performance. This is a real shame, as there is clear potential for this to be far better than what we have received.
35MM is designed to tell a story and on that front it succeeds. Sergey Noskov has crafted interesting characters, a powerful melancholy mood, and a convincing sense of place. Regrettably, the gameplay elements that surround the narrative aren't up to par. Exploration and problem-solving are okay, but survival is underdeveloped and action is plain bad. This is a story-first type of game, for better or worse.