Do Not Feed the Monkeys

You are invited to join “The Primate Observation Club”, where you will observe the lives of caged monkeys and carefully analyze the information obtained.


GLOSSARY OF TERMS:
  • THE PRIMATE OBSERVATION CLUB: a shadowy group that observes other people through surveillance cameras and compromised webcams.
  • YOU: the newest member of the CLUB, tired of your run-down apartment, dull existence and boring job.
  • MONKEYS: dozens of strangers who have fallen prey to your voyeurism.
  • VOYEURISM: Exactly what you think it is (and also the reason why we’re rated “MATURE”).
  • PRIVACY: Something that the monkeys think they have.
  • PC (PERSONAL COMPUTER): Yep, we put a PC in your game that’s on your PC so that you can work on a PC while you’re playing the game that’s on your PC!
  • FEEDING THE MONKEYS: Interacting or interfering with the subjects in any way. Feeding the monkeys is strictly prohibited.
  • SHIT HITTING THE FAN: What may (or may not) happen if you feed the monkeys.


Oddly enough, club members keep feeding the monkeys as though they just can’t abide by this very simple rule! How about you? Will you help those you’re spying on, extort them, expose them and sabotage their dreams, or will you follow your instructions and sit twiddling your thumbs while the world burns?
Minimum Requirements
OS: Windows 7 SP1
Processor: 2 GHz Dual Core CPU
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 8600 GS, ATI Radeon HD 3470
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card with Latest Drivers
Additional Notes: Using the Minimum Configuration, we strongly recommend to use minimal settings in order to not experience low frame rates.
Recommended Specifications
OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8 (32/64), Windows 10
Processor: 2.6 Ghz Dual Core CPU
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GT 610, ATI Radeon HD 4650 Series or higher
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card with Latest Drivers
Minimum Requirements
OS: MacOSX 10.10 or higher
Processor: Intel Core i5 – 2.4 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6490M 256 MB
Storage: 1 GB available space
Recommended Specifications
OS: MacOSX 10.10 or higher
Processor: Intel Core i5-2400S, 2.6 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6750M (512 MB)
Storage: 1 GB available space
Minimum Requirements
OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS or more (64-bit OS required)
Processor: 2 GHz Dual Core CPU
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 8600 GS, ATI Radeon HD 3470
Storage: 1 GB available space
Recommended Specifications
OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS or more (64-bit OS required)
Processor: 2.6 Ghz Dual Core CPU
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GT 610, ATI Radeon HD 4650 Series or higher
Storage: 1 GB available space
  • LEVEL (Czech Republic)

    Dusk is a mixture of everything good that the 1990s gave to action games. The fun returns in a form of a straightforward retro shooter, which is intense and dynamic like a ride in a sport car with manual gearbox. Great experience not only because of nostalgia. [Issue#293]

  • DUSK is a devilishly good game. It will frustrate you, yes, but that’s the point. The game wants you to claw at victory and feel as though you’ve actually accomplished something when you obtain it.

  • This is shooter perfection and something fans of the classics need to experience. Maybe it doesn't redefine what is possible with video games, but it beats out basically every other shooter I've ever played. I know I'll be replaying this for years to come and I look forward to seeing what fans are capable of with mod tools.

  • It’s the closest you’ll get to that feeling of shooters from yesteryear, and you’d do yourself a disservice as a shooter fan by missing it. Buy Dusk. Beat Dusk. Then ramp up the difficulty or dive into the Endless mode or multiplayer to get your fill. It’s been too long, my friend. Far too long.

  • Dusk has the backwoods setting of Blood and Redneck Rampage, the forbidding atmosphere and murky palette of Quake, the tight, sharp action of Doom, and the subtle sense of place and interactivity of Duke Nukem 3D. Essentially, Dusk is a retro shooter fan’s dream come true.

  • Even while calling back to a previous era, Dusk adds on top of those legacies. This is retro first-person shooter perfection, the next evolution in a genre once frozen in time. Long may it reign once again.

  • While Dusk is a throwback to an older type of game, it’s excellent in its own right, loaded with content and an absolute blast to tear through from start to finish.

  • DUSK is love story written about 90s FPS games that perfectly encapsulates everything that was great about the genre in the 90s. From the pixilated graphics to the classic weapons and gameplay, DUSK is a must have for any older gamer seeking a taste of childhood nostalgia.

  • Possibly the best return to the FPS games of the early 90s, DUSK is an excellent homage to a genre and an era that manages to not only recapture but improve on what made those games great.

  • Full of memorable moments, fast-paced action, moody set pieces and surprising narrative twists and turns - Dusk may look like a long-lost gem from 1998, when it’s actually one of 2018’s best.

  • A obsessively tuned, finely crafted shooter that more than recreates the speed and pure joy of '90s classics.

  • Dusk offers a tribute to old-school shooters with a fantastic level design, frantic gameplay and an excellent OST.

  • The first-person shooter has evolved a great deal since Doom popularized the genre in 1993, but, in spite 25 years of innovations, Dusk proves that many of the old tricks still work incredibly well. Dusk might look and feel like a Quake mod, but it's so polished it feels modern. Anyone with even a hint of nostalgia in their bones for classic shooters should dive headfirst into Dusk.

  • The game offers incredible shooting sensations along with great OST and excellent atmosphere. We could have criticized the lack of scenario or the anecdotic multiplayer, but is it really important for this kind of game? We don’t think so…

  • Fantastically playable old-school FPS with great soundtrack and well-emulated retro graphics that even works as a horror game.

  • Dusk does not reinvent the wheel and has no intention to do so. It offers wonderfully fast-paced and robust first person action that mostly lives up to classics like Doom or Quake. Add some great level design and a bold art style, and you get a retro experience that would have been an instant classic, if it had been released 23 years ago.

  • Dusk's core gameplay is just what you'd expect: a zippy shoot and strafe loop with minimal story and lots of little secrets to find. Lots of games have tried this before, but Dusk realizes that the appeal of those early 90s shooters was largely in the level design and environmental details. They made the worlds seem more real than you might imagine, given their primitive processing. Although it isn't quite yet a complete package (additional chapters are coming later), Dusk comes eerily close to feeling like an undiscovered sibling of the classic shooters.

  • A fantastic game. More than just a repeat of what has come before, Dusk is its own entity, taking what worked well about classics and boiling those aspects down into a frantic, concentrated burst of action. A wonderful homage to the era where the FPS was king.

  • CD-Action

    Dusk does a decent job at recreating elements that were fun in Doom, Quake or Wolfenstein 3D, but as a whole it lacks a direction other than being a love letter to classic FPS games, a homage assembled out of components that do not always fit together well. [02/2019, p.42]

Do Not Feed the Monkeys
$11.99 $7.19
Title: Do Not Feed the Monkeys
Genre: Indie, Simulation, Strategy
Released: 23 October 2018
Developer: Fictiorama Studios
Publisher: Alawar Premium
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