THAT’S THE POINT
Was anyone else told when they were growing up, in no uncertain terms, to never point? We were told this constantly and our fingers were slapped down like annoying flies. It only makes sense then that we became deathly afraid of the act of pointing. It’s embarassing, but it took us years to be comfortable using a mouse, and when touch screens proliferated, we spent many nights curled in the fetal position, our hands clenched into perfectly spheroid fists so that no one could think we were indicating any sort of direction.
Now, that’s all changed. We found hope in a genre of games that many others forgot, point-and-click adventures. The once terrifying namesake allowed us to cast off our shackles and once again be free to aim our digital digits where we please. So if you, like us, were brutally opressed in your formative years, there’s hope. The games today will set you free.
- Yesterday Origins
John Yesterday becomes immortal following an occult ritual. However, not everything goes to plan. He and his girlfriend Pauline must embark on an investigation to try to reproduce the immortality ritual. But his former acquaintances have other plans for him…
- Syberia II
Having searched Eastern and Western Europe for a missing heir, Kate Walker finally completed her long and arduous journey, obtaining the signature of Hans Voralberg and closing the automaton factory buyout. Mission accomplished?!
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