Spegni il computer e vai a dormire!
Ok, after all it’s a text adventure…I can play from work, nobody will notice!
I just saw this review: https://lonm.vivaldi.net/2019/09/30/jenny-leclue-a-great-detectivu-game/
That sums it up quite nicely. Now patiently waiting for part II … .
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The Fan Game - Back to the Future Part V - Multidimensional Space-Timelines
From Amanita Design (developers of Machinarium, Samorost…)
Machinarium was very funny and unique!
I’ve yet to play Samorost 3, but I’ve been into the stuff they make since Samorost 1 in '03 or '04.
Machinarium was cool. Worth checking out if nothing else.
Angelo and Deemon is out, but only on Steam:
Yesterday Argonus and the Gods of Stone was released.
I can’t say a lot about the game itself beside apparently being an adventure game, but I do know it’s from Zojoi who remade Shadowgate! I hope it will be released on GOG too.
From the reviews:
I’ve already seen someone complaining about a clunky UI but this guys says:
People have written that the control scheme (using KB/M) was a tad clunky. I personally don’t think that’s the case at all.
Also they mentioned something about savegames…
I think someone also mentionend the puzzles being more on the light side, but IMHO this game is worth my support IF there comes a DRM-free version.
“The Terrible Old Man” is out. Don’t miss this one… a free Lovecraftian short game from the author of Sumatra, one of the best adventure authors IMHO. Sumatra was really a mature and very balanced game.
That was interesting.
Infested, a free adventure game for Windows and Mac:
I tried this one. It’s well done and definitely captures the retro-style feeling of this sub-genre.
Playable in browser, the 0-key is actually “c”: