Suppose it's just me. I just thought that for a game that costs $35 to buy, it would have all been downloaded to my computer, not held on a server. Sounds like it would have been better as a Web browser game.
Guess I'll be swapping it with someone.
Or you can download the five installers onto your hard drive and keep them there for later use.
Or you can order the DVD when it's ready for shipping which includes all the five episodes and bonuses.
But yes, you can also give it to someone who'll be glad to play the game instead of worrying about the format it comes on.
The mouse controls to walk are infuriating. Also, does the game start with all but one of the items on the Voodoo list being crossed off? I started episode one, and it seems as if it's skipped right to the end.
No, that's the way it starts. It's just supposed to start after an adventure that you only get to hear about.
Also, use the keyboard. The mouse control is crap, nearly ruined my experience until I tried moving with WASD and realized it worked.
Are all the chapters downloaded at the same time? And can you confirm that if you choose not to share your high scores etc, that there will be no internet activity whist playing the game?
What? Scores? Are we talking about the same game? It's a graphic adventure!
And no, the only time it should talk to the server is to log in at the beginning.
If you are paranoid you should also be able to block it and register it with the serial number instead. Or at least the Sam and Max games used to let you do that.