Articles with Point & Click tag

Exilium Demo Review

While glancing through some upcoming games on Steam, my eyes caught on the dark, occult comic-style artwork of Exilium and I had to give the demo a try. Planned for release by later this year, the game is described as an "atmospheric point & click project" in which you will "face demons and occult rituals." I love a good point & click adventure, so I started the game with enthusiasm.It soon became clear that the game wasn't quite what I was expecting from the description. It does use a point & click interface (along with some camera side-scrolling that you


Three Minutes to Eight Review

Set twenty years in the future, in your town (or one nearby, since the city name is taken from the server location linked to a player's IP address), Three Minutes to Eight is a point-and-click adventure game in which you solve the mystery of your own demise.You play as a man waking up in his apartment at 7:33 PM, disoriented and unable to recall anything. While you explore your surroundings and try to determine what exactly is going on, the clock is ticking down, because 24 minutes after you wake, you are going to die. Your goal is to spend that


Children of Silentown Review

Children of Silentown ReviewDescriptionDevelopers - Elf Games, Luna2 Studios. Publisher - Daedalic EntertainmentChildren of Silentown is a dark adventure game that tells the story of Lucy, a girl growing up in a village deep in a forest inhabited by monsters. People disappearing is nothing uncommon here, but this time, Lucy is old enough to investigate on her own. Or so she thinks.Children of Silent Town features 5 full chapters of head-spinning puzzles and adventure that can and will rock your brains to work, mine is still hurting after completing it.Go through each of the chapters, and learn the story about the mysterious disappearances of adults and kids


BROK the InvestiGator Review

BROK the InvestiGator is a unique mix of beat’em up and point-and-click adventure by COWCAT where you can choose to solve crimes and mysteries with your brain or your fists in a surprisingly deep and branching story.Back to the FutureWhen I first started the game, I felt like traveling back in time. The art style of the game strongly resembles comic books or cartoons from the ‘80s and ‘90s and with the main character shouting one-liners like “Trouble!” and “I’d better get out of here!” it really looks as if you are watching a kids’ show. But that first impression could


Stories Untold Review

Stories Untold is an interactive horror story told in four parts. Each episode places the player in a new environment with its own style of gameplay, mainly using point-and-click and text-based interfaces.Set in 1986, the majority of the gameplay involves interacting with dated equipment in fairly mundane settings. However, by the midpoint of each chapter, things take a turn for the weird and spooky as the relatively innocent atmosphere shifts to emit a more sinister air.Most of the game involves sitting in front of a computer terminal, inputting some form of data. This data includes the commands for a text-based game

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