This not original game tells the story of a couple of girls who end up on a planet polluted by a nasty slime, i.e. the title Gunk. It is an ugly black slush that causes green and beautiful pastures full of rainbow cute animals to die. In addition, the nasty slime creates nasty, carnivorous creatures, with which our brave and boring main character, whose name I have forgotten, will try to fight just like with the ugly slime. She will use a powerful vacuum cleaner to replace her hand and this amazing machine is also amazingly called Mr. Pumpkin by the heroine, probably because this machine is orange. The story, if it sounds interesting, is absolutely devoid of all emotions - the plot is conducted in a specific way, because it is completely non-absorbing and even partly repulsive. It's worth mentioning here that The Gunk is also amazing in another way. You must know that this masterpiece provides us with over 5 hours of very safe and harmless fun. And this is the first game that bored me after less than 20 minutes of recording the first material. The game itself will basically be the same from the very beginning - we go to the next rooms, clean the snot and move on. In the meantime, we collect the resources needed to buy upgrades that we don't need and scan the environment, which is by far the best fun in the game. Throughout the game, we will be doing literally the same thing - cleaning the snot, so that finally, after complete cleaning, a rainbow will appear and the greenery will cover the area. Sometimes we will also return to the base to buy upgrades, which will only give us a positive achievement for buying them all. Seriously, I haven't even looked at what they do, because the occasional fights that you can count on the fingers of both hands are incredibly simple and seriously, we don't need to improve anything to get along. And the upgrades needed to push the plot forward are usually free or very cheap and we don't have to look for raw materials for them. Which are also hidden in such a ridiculous way that there is no satisfaction in finding them. The duo of the main characters is also a joke, as if the creators wanted to make the most boring and least offensive game. Two heroines with properly differentiated skin pigments, who are probably together because they talk to each other as if they were partners, but at the same time they do not say it directly so as not to offend people sensitive to homosexuality. Everyone will be unoffended playing this game. Seriously. The only energetic exchange between the heroines was when the main heroine returned to the base, and the latter for some reason took offense at the first one, but instead of getting along like adults, this main heroine went on a probably suicidal mission to save the planet from destruction from mucus tentacles. Normally, I'd say a teenager wrote the script, but I think teenagers have more vivid imaginations and can put more emotions on paper. The Gunk - you have to admit, it's a unique experience. The game is incredibly boring, nothing happens in it, it does not pose any challenge, and at the same time it is very safe and stripped of all emotions, both positive and negative. The plot was conducted in such a way that no one was offended, the dialogues are very much wiped out of any emotions, and the world only allows us to collect garbage. Art-wise, it's not a bad game - graphically it looks ok, the controls are fine, there are no bugs, and it runs very smoothly. There's just nothing going on there. But there are a lot of games where nothing happens, so-called walking simulators, but someone tell me that Firewatch or Observer are boring games. That's right, and here we have a mechanic that pushes the game forward, which is collecting slime, but it's just incredibly boring. And The Gunk is the most boring game I've played in recent years, at least I can't think of a title that bored me more. Or maybe there is one? Let me know what is the most boring game you've ever played!