|Name||Other Submarine : Party Sub|
|Rating||4.18 / 5 ( 7984 votes )|
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It’s like an MMORPG, where you use your head instead of your keyboard.
10/10 – Touch My Heart
Wonderfully personalized and really true to life. It’s a gorgeous and intriguing game, and it feels nice to know that you are contributing to something memorable.
This is a slow-paced game with very limited interactive elements. It’s also one that requires a lot of self-reflective thinking and patience.
The premise of Graceful Ghost is simple: each day, you wake up in your own dream house. As long as you keep reading, your soul will remain intact. To complete the adventure, you must locate fourteen bookcases that hold a special object and then find its corresponding key. Even though this isn’t a very interactive title, its gorgeous artwork and interactive fiction-esque story make it more than worth the time.
The interactive parts of the game come in the form of movie-watching sessions. You choose your main character and the book he should read during the day, and then watch his experience unfold as you hold down the left mouse button. When you let go, the scene will replay. You can continue on this same track, selecting different books and characters to watch. Since there’s no explicit violence in this game, the experience is safe for all ages, but I wouldn’t recommend playing this one with more than two kids in the house at the same time.
Like many choose your own adventure games, the choices you make are driven by a book. I always wondered if the story would remain true to the text in this game, but it does. It would have been much more interesting if there was a way to control the story, but even with the lack of choice, this is a good game.
What makes this game special, though, is the use of typography. Inside the books are little illustrations that show things like eyes and mouths. You can watch these characters come to life when you touch the right mouse button, and the book title will say a little something when you touch it. It’s simple, and yet it still makes a big impression.
Lovely games with surreal puzzles. They are immersive and relatable to what you think the game should be as opposed to what it is.
Tell Me Where It Hurts
9/10 – The Game Crafter
A combination of both an adventure game and a