Category Archives: Smartphone Games

[NEWS] The Last Door Season 2 on Early Access


By Dan Spence on October 27th 2015


 

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As of today, the collector’s edition for season 2 of The Last Door has been added to Steam Early Access.
The Last Door is a low-res point and click adventure/horror game, influenced by the works of H.P. Lovecraft and Edgar Allen Poe. I reviewed season 1 of the game back in May and praised it for its stunning visuals and incredible, tense atmosphere.

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[REVIEW] MISSING: An Interactive Thriller – Episode One


By Dan Spence on August 10th 2015


 

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MISSING: An Interactive Thriller is an unusual game. Developed by a Canadian indie team by the name of Zandel Media; MISSING is a throwback to the FMV games of the early-to-mid nineties (albeit one with access to modern-day technology). It is an episodic game, the first episode of which is approximately 45 minutes in length. It’s an odd beast to say the least.

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[REVIEW] The Last Door: Collector’s Edition


By Dan Spence on May 13th 2015


 

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The Last Door is an episodic 2D point-and-click adventure/horror game made by Spanish developers: The Game Kitchen. The game takes place in a Lovecraft-esque version of Victorian England. The collector’s edition contains all of the episodes from the game’s first season as well as a number of extras and frankly, it’s fair to say that I’m impressed.

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