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Review of Diabolus in Musica

SubjectDiabolus in Musica
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Vote: 8
publicnuisance on 2022-11-24
ReviewDiabolus in Musica does a lot of things well with the exception of it’s central characters. I liked the art; the sound effects; the music; the tone; and the story. What I didn’t like was the two main characters you interact with: Haydn and Niccolo. I just wasn’t that interested in either of them. I was much more interested in Elise but she got next to no time in the story. In the end this didn’t hamper my enjoyment of the game. It is a short game but it is up front about being made for a game jam so I expected a short run time. There are a couple branches but don’t expect a ton of choice.

I played Diabolus in Musica on Linux. It never crashed and I didn’t notice any spelling errors. You can save whenever you want and there are fifty four save slots.

Game Engine: Ren’Py
Graphics API: OpenGL
Game Version Played: 1.0
Disk Space Used:

GPU Usage: 0-17 %
VRAM Usage: 232-267 MB
CPU Usage: 2-15 %
RAM Usage: 2.1-2.3 GB

Overall I do recommend Diabolus in Musica. Outside of the two characters I loved the creepy atmosphere and production values. I finished it in thirteen minutes which given the game is free is fine.

My Score: 8/10

My System:

Intel i7-6700 | 16GB DDR4-3000 CL15 | XFX RX 590 8GB Fat Boy | Mesa 22.2.3 | Garuda | Mate 1.26.0 | Kernel 6.0.9-zen1-zen
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