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Unavowed Review – Demons and Jinns Take New York

Some may assume that fantasy has no rules, that anything goes. Like all fiction, it must stick to possibilities, even when they’re unrealistic. Great fantasy operates through a very rigid…

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Unavowed

Unavowed is a point-and-click adventure game developed and published by Wadjet Eye Games. The setting is an urban fantasy universe where the player character joins a supernatural secret order in…

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Indie Adventure The Search Launches Easter Weekend

While the kiddies are hunting for eggs this Easter weekend you could be hunting for clues in a new indie adventure game called The Search. Releasing April, Friday 14th players…

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The Frostrune: a Spooky Norse Point-and-Click Adventure

Norwegian indie developer Grimnir Media has recently launched their first project, a point-and-click adventure called The Frostrune. Released the first week of February on Steam, the App Store, Google Play…

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Burly Men at Sea Review- Visual Storybook

The visual novel genre thrives as a niche both on Steam and major mobile platforms. With so many available for purchase, choosing a single game becomes overwhelming and it can…

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Fran Bow Review – Drug-Fueled Adventure

This is a late review. Last we heard of Fran Bow was in a September interview conducted by a former TechRaptor writer who may have followed up on his interest…

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Dropsy Preview – A Clown on the Town

There’s not a lot of games where you can play as creepy clowns who don’t kill people. Dropsy is a point-and-click adventure from developers Tendershoot, A Jolly Corpse and published…

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Epanalepsis Review – Player Unfriendly Narrative

Ah, narrative-driven games with impenetrably vague narratives. My old arch nemesis. Well, some exceptions can be made. Dear Esther, Limbo and Lone Survivor are some of my favorite games. They’re not…