You. Me. Hell.

4.6
3.2K reviews
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Teen
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About this game

One boy. One girl. Two things in common: they are both trapped in their personal hells, and they want to get out.

"You. Me. Hell." is a classic crazy point-and-click-adventure and interactive story, with two playable protagonists. Tova and Tor have a shaky relationship. Tor lives in the future and in his own made-up-past. Tova is irritable, aggressive and dangerous to herself and every one else.

"You. Me. Hell." is not a game about saving the world. It's a game about a relationship, about how things can go wrong, and how they can be set right again.

"You. Me. Hell." is not a game for children. It contains:
* Strong language.
* Violence.
* References to sex, alcohol and drugs.
* Lots of screwed up humor.

If you get stuck, check of the walkthrough on:
http://biscuitplacebo.com/you_me_hell/you_me_hell_-_walkthrough.txt
Updated on
Jan 27, 2015

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4.6
3.2K reviews
Jessica Jones
July 24, 2020
SO not what I expected!!! Definitely cannot let the visual simplicities fool you- this game has much to offer! Between the intriguing storyline and smooth gameplay, there's a great balance of comedy and drama peppered w/much more. Even music is matched to perfection w/various parts in the game. Fits the character's emotional states well. If I can offer constructive criticism, it would be to add a link on the menu for music (especially the song when entering hell at the start of the game).
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A Google user
October 13, 2019
I only gave this 4 stars due to the very short length and the relative ease of the puzzles. Otherwise, I found this a hilarious and charming point-and-click adventure with lots of Insane Troll Logic humor and slightly obscure geek culture references ("I feel asleep" and "It's a Unix system! I know this!" were great examples). Plus, it's free and without ads, which makes it that much more awesome for me. A big thanks to the developers for creating this little gem!
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A Google user
January 6, 2020
I thought the story was funny I mean obviously the graphics aren't the greatest but for a free game I really enjoyed it. The only thing is that the solutions were mostly random and made no sense, so it was difficult to find a lot of the answers so I kinda just had to guess a lot of the time
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What's new

* Fixed party save file bug
* Fixed spelling error