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GAME REVIEW – Unavowed (PC)

By Marty Mulrooney

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Unavowed is the new game from Dave Gilbert – creator of the critically acclaimed Blackwell adventure game series – and Wadjet Eye Games (Shardlight, Technobabylon). Described as an ‘urban fantasy adventure’, players take control of the latest member of an underground group of supernatural guardians known as the Unavowed, investigating the unknown and fighting evil in a perpetually rainy New York City.

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GAME REVIEW – Detective Gallo (PC)

By Marty Mulrooney

Detective Gallo is a hand-illustrated and hand-animated point-and-click adventure game developed by Footprints Games and published by Adventure Productions. The star of the show is Gallo, a hard-boiled feathered bird detective investigating a string of plant-based murders with his trusty sidekick Thorn the cactus. As Gallo, can you track down the killer and bring them to justice?

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INTERVIEW -In Conversation With Backwoods Entertainment (Creators of Unforeseen Incidents)

By Marty Mulrooney

Following on from Alternative Magazine Online’s recent review of Unforeseen Incidents – “one of the best point-and-click adventure games of recent years” – and an in-depth interview with charming lead voice actor Matthew Curtis, AMO is proud to present an exclusive online interview with the team of Backwoods Entertainment, the small indie development studio from Germany that created the game!

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GAME REVIEW – Unforeseen Incidents (PC)

By Marty Mulrooney

Unforeseen Incidents is a traditional point-and-click adventure game developed by Backwoods Entertainment (based in Bochum, Germany) and published by Application Systems Heidelberg. Released today after two and a half years of intense development, players take control of small-town handyman Harper Pendrell as he tries to stop a deadly virus – Yelltown Fever – from spreading across this beautifully hand-painted world.
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INTERVIEW – In Conversation With Ron Watt and Dave Scotch (The Adventures of Nick & Willikins, Pinhead Games)

By Marty Mulrooney

The Adventures of Nick & Willikins Interview

The Adventures of Nick & Willikins is a FREE point-and-click adventure game recently released by Pinhead Games (Nick Bounty). Following a fruitful chat with Pinhead Games founder and all-round nice guy Mark Darin (Telltale Games), Alternative Magazine Online is delighted to present an exclusive online interview with the project’s Lead Writer and Puzzle Designer, Ron Watt (pictured above), and its Programmer and Content Designer, Dave Scotch (who prefers to keep his face off the internet)!

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GAME REVIEW – The Inner World: The Last Wind Monk (PC, iOS)

By Marty Mulrooney

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The Inner World: The Last Wind Monk is a hand drawn 2D point-and-click adventure game developed by Studio Fizbin and published by Headup Games. The sequel to the award-winning adventure game The Inner World – which AMO described in its 2013 review as “the most pleasant surprise to come along within the adventure genre for a very long time indeed” – The Last Wind Monk continues the adventures of the flute-nose Robert, his best friend Laura and Peck the pigeon as they try to save the world of Asposia… again!

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FEATURE ARTICLE – BLADERUNNING Some Reflections on Blade Runner ’97: The Final Cut

By Marty Mulrooney

Blade Runner - Mark Benninghofen (1997)

Way back when in 2010, I was lucky enough to have Mark Benninghofen – the voice actor of Ray McCoy in the groundbreaking point-and-click adventure game Blade Runner – write a guest post for Alternative Magazine Online about his experience working on the project. Seven years later, following the release of Blade Runner 2049 – be sure to check out my review here – I decided to reread Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Philip K. Dick and replay the video game from 1997. Little did I know I was about to discover a forgotten article that was very nearly lost in time, like tears in rain…

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