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Game Info:

Say No! More
Developed by: Studio Fizbin
Published by: Thunderful Publishing
Release date: April 9, 2021
Available on: macOS, Windows
Genre: Action
Number of players: Single-player
ESRB Rating: Not rated
Price: $14.99

Thank you Thunderful Publishing for sending us a review code!

In Say No! More you play as an intern in a company that forbids its interns and employees from saying no. After designing your character, you’ll meet their roommate/best friend who makes them lunch for their first day on the job. The roommate then shows their true colors by asking for another break in paying their share of the rent. Not only does your character have a hard time saying no to them, but everyone in general.

As a freshly hired intern, you are on the bottom of the totem pole and everyone is giving you menial tasks such as photocopying documents or retrieving coffee for them. Being a timid individual, you can only reply with “umm” at the beginning of the game. You let everyone walk all over you until your manager crosses the line by taking away your unicorn lunchbox that your roommate packed for you. Even then, you still can’t stand your ground. When you go back to your grungy desk that’s tucked away behind the vending machines, a cassette player falls down from the air vent and lands in front of you.

Highlights:

Strong Points: Unique concept
Weak Points: Only an hour and a half long
Moral Warnings: Cartoon violence; language (d*mn)

Upon listening to the tape, your character will discover the many ways to speak up for themselves and how to effectively say “No” to stand their ground. You’ll learn many ways to say “No” and some methods work better for co-workers than others. Some of the techniques involve intimidating them first by laughing, clapping, or psyching them out by nodding your head before uttering the powerful two-letter word.

In many ways, Say No! More plays as an “on rails” game where your character automatically moves on a set path with little input from the player. All you can do is determine how and when to say no to a co-worker. Sometimes a character will have a pink dialogue box and when you see that, you’ll want to hear them out and befriend them without telling them off.

Score Breakdown:
Higher is better
(10/10 is perfect)

Game Score - 78%
Gameplay: 14/20
Graphics: 7/10
Sound: 8/10
Stability: 5/5
Controls: 5/5

Morality Score - 86%
Violence: 8/10
Language: 7/10
Sexual Content: 10/10
Occult/Supernatural: 10/10
Cultural/Moral/Ethical: 8/10

Say No! More has interesting characters and a funny story that last about an hour and a half. There are twenty-two achievements and the only replayability is going back to earn the remaining ones after your first playthrough.

Graphically, this title has rigid looking characters that show emotion on their faces when speaking. They walk really weird too.
The voice acting is funny and there is some language (d*mn) in the dialogue. The background music is fitting and enjoyable, but ultimately forgettable.

Other than the language and cartoon violence, there is little to complain about morally. Say No! More is a unique experience that may help you build self-confidence in real life, but try not to go overboard and put your job in jeopardy! If you don’t mind spending $15 for a 1.5 hour game then you’ll want to check this one out or wait for a sale.

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