Tag Archives: dystopian

Indie adventures: “Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today” (PC)

Dystopian ideas in literature or movies aren’t new, and even games have used these concepts for a long time. So does Fictiorama Studios’ point-and-click adventure Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today offer anything memorable? Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today (PC) (Spain … Continue reading

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GOG release: “The Moment of Silence”

House of Tales’ point-and-click adventure game released back in 2005 might be old news, but the recent DRM-free release of The Moment of Silence still shows that it has lost none of its political and social themes’ potency. Martin Ganteföhr … Continue reading

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Game release: “Dead Synchronicity” (PC) + GOG fiction contest

Dead Synchronicity is another point-and-clicker published by Daedalic Entertainment, but developed by Fictiorama Studios, that has a much darker twist with its post-apocalyptic content. What is the most striking about this game is that it’s quite graphic in its depiction … Continue reading

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Modern sci-fi movies: “Elysium”

Does Neill Blomkamp’s sci-fi action-drama Elysium win over fans of District 9 despite the involvement of Matt Damon as the lead? Elysium (USA 2013, director: Neill Blomkamp) Working man Max gets in possession of a computer program that can restructure … Continue reading

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