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Adventures made in Germany: “The Book of Unwritten Tales” (PC)

There is always a fine line between subtle references to well-established genres, books, movies or other media, and obvious parodies trying too hard to be funny and only ending up rather tame in humor. The German sense of humor is … Continue reading

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Indie adventures: “Anna’s Quest” (PC)

Back in 2012, indie developer Krams Design released point-and-click adventure game Anna’s Quest – Vol. 1, but with the help of German developer/publisher Daedalic Entertainment, Anna’s Quest was released as a stand-alone product, telling the whole story. Anna’s Quest (PC) … Continue reading

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Indie adventures: “The Samaritan Paradox” (PC)

Coined by the developer himself as an interactive detective drama, does Faravid Interactive’s point-and-click adventure The Samaritan Paradox deliver the mature storytelling it promises? The Samaritan Paradox (Sweden 2014, developer: Faravid Interactive, publisher: Screen 7, platform: PC) A novelist dies … Continue reading

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