There are some grammar issues at this point, but itís pretty close to release, so Iím not sure that weíll see fixes for that. Itís nothing that will stop you from playing the game, and the writing is still understandable. "The doctor donít liking Marvin," is one example. The wrong "bear" vs. "bare" gets used at one point as well. Overall, you understand what theyíre trying to say, but the issues are still there. The game also crashed on me a few times, and I also had to restart because text bubbles disappeared completely on one playthrough, making the game unplayable. However, the developers have been very responsive, patching most issues the next day, so Iíd wager most of the technical problems wonít be an issue come release date.
Gods Will Be Watching is the kind of game that gets people over your shoulder asking questions. The art style, puzzles, and overall direction of the game are cohesive and distinct. Even with as many games as there are out there with the pixel style, Gods Will Be Watching feels like itís going to be different enough to warrant its own look.