A nice short story about self-love which is hindered by the point-and-click elements.
Scarlet Hood and the Wicked Wood (from now on SH) is a modern retelling of The classic novel the Wonderful Wizard of Oz. It’s a delightful point and click game with a significant number of puzzles. The visual and audio design, the writing and a
Genesis Noir looks and sounds wonderful, with original and innovative ideas, but the story is confusing and the gameplay is lackluster in places.
Despite some oddities, it still proves to be an enjoyable game.
Little Misfortune pales in comparison to Fran Bow, as it essentially underperforms in almost every way. But it has voice acting! *Glitter*
At a certain point, the story in Fran Bow becomes a tangled mess with no clear indication on what is or isn’t real. This doesn’t ruin the game, but expect a muddled ending.
A nice point-and-click game that is ruined by its puzzles.
A beautiful-looking game in a world without humans that has an expensive price despite its short playtime.
Although it’s a beloved classic, a point and click game that requires a walkthrough to play has missed the mark in a crucial area. Unfortunately though, the developers didn’t take this opportunity to sharpen an older game that’s
For a game with so little content, it still manages to sneak in a bug and inconsistent writing. It’s sloppier than the first game.