Back in June we released a review of DarkPark Games’ Conspiracy-19. We described the game as, “interesting, bumpy, and fixable.”
In response, DarkPark Games has issued significant patching to Conspiracy-19, by augmenting the digital side of the experience.
The most notable shift was a complete overhaul of their hint system.
Beyond that, they added quite a few smaller quality-of-life improvements that I suspect will dramatically improve the flow of the game, but it is admittedly hard to assess this in a game that I have already played.
Our review has been updated to reflect these changes to the best of our ability without changing what was originally published.
Should I Buy?
If you were on the fence about Conspiracy-19, I think that it has been significantly improved, and I feel a lot more comfortable recommending it at this point.
DarkPark Games’ latest creation, Witchery Spell, is special on a whole different level, and I would easily recommend it before playing Conspiracy-19. Both are worthy of playing, but Witchery Spell is magical.