A Date in the Park

A Date in the Park is a free point-and-click developed by Cloak and Dagger Games. You play as a man named Lou, who recently moved to Lisbon, Portugal. You have met a beautiful woman named Catarina at a bar during a night out, she invites you to meet her again at a local park the following day. You agreed and are now standing outside the park.Read More »

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SKYHILL

SKYHILL is a roguelike RPG point-click game released on October 6th, 2015. Since its release, it has won a few awards.

You play as a man called Perry Jason who goes on a short trip out-of-town for business. Deciding to stay in luxury because why not? You book the hotel’s penthouse suite. The suite comes with top of the line biological defense system, which is awfully convenient considering a biological attack occurs shortly after you enter your suite. Now you are stuck in a building full of murderous mutants. You have run out of supplies in your room and are forced to venture out of the safety of the suite to gather supplies and try to escape the Skyhill hotel.

Can you make it down all 100 floors?Read More »

Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart

Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart is a hidden object game, where you play as museum curator Sarah Black. You are preparing the museum’s latest exhibit after the remains of the infamous pirate king: Captain Henry Remington. However, Sarah has inadvertently revived the pirate king who kidnaps your daughter and fled to the pirate hideout of Skull Island.

Now as Sarah Black, you must find a way to save your daughter before it is too late, while finding out the truth behind Remington’s story.Read More »

Morningstar: Descent to Deadrock

Morningstar: Descent to Deadrock is the new and improved version of a flash/browser game, called Morningstar. I remember playing it back several years ago (this also being the time before I even had an Steam account) when I was extremely into point & click games. It is currently on the Steam store, going for about $10.50SGD, which honestly feels a bit pricey to me.
The game starts off in a dramatic fashion with the beginning cut-scene showing your spaceship spiraling out of control towards an alien planet, your captain critically injured and the ship’s engineer dead. You attempt to regain control over the ship’s descent but ultimately, you are knocked out and the ship has crashed on a desolate, desert alien planet.
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