The Journey Down Trilogy has been released

Continuing the discussion from Favorite non-Lucas point-and-click adventure games:

The third and last chapter of the point’n’click adventure The Journey Down has been released on 2017-09-21!

It is available on GOG, Steam and Apple App Store, and I guess it will be in the Humble Store later too (you can already buy it from their homepage via a Humble widget).

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Thanks, I’ve been waiting for this one. Available for iOS on Day 1, too - nice.

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Is it worth the (current) price?

That’s not something I can answer.
I’m a Kickstarter backer and payed for a physical edition (which started at ~$88) and more; You don’t want to know how much I paid for TWP…

I am willing to pay a lot more for nice point’n’click games than for all other type of games to see them succeed.

So have played the first two parts and you would recommend them?

Yes sir!

Then I’ll but the trilogy. :slight_smile: Thanks!


The developers have done a very good job on this final part of the trilogy. I’m probably about 2/3 of the way into it now, and I’m very happy with the quality and content of this point and click adventure. Good puzzles, some easy, some more difficult, but so far they all make sense. The voice acting is very good as well.

I just watched a video from the developers of Journey Down which tells of their Indie experience. Check out the cameo at 8:15…

Yeah, they are living the indie life!

Also they were at the Adventure-Treff-Party this year! Too bad Ron couldn’t come this time (he was awarded honorary Adventure-Treff member).

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thanks for mentioning the game. I am always interested to hear about new P&C games.
I got the first part and it was fun, but imagine my surprise when the game was over after just a short play.
Taking off in the plane was not the end of the intro as I expected, but the end of the game…

So, are the other parts as short? They are a bit more expensive but maybe they are of similar length and also as simple as the first part?


Wow, the first chapter is only 59p on Steam. I might have to check this out based on the positive comments.

I haven’t played the game yet, but the first chapter was a (short) free adventure game. Due to the success the developers made a commercial “remastered” version and two additional parts. So the second and the third part should be longer. (May someone else correct me. :slight_smile: )

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I know this game but I was never inspired by the graphics of the characters and I wasn’t interested by it.

The “Cons” written in the AdventureGamers review of the third chapter are:

Challenge is negligible, making this the easiest episode of the bunch; back to a shorter chapter once again.

(which should also imply that the second chapter was longer than the first)