I'm reading it now (in the middle of "The Jermyn Horror"). That review points out something not...
Here is the first (very long) review Iíve found for it. He seemed to really like 3 out of 5...
There are lots of text adventure games with a Cthulhu vibe. Like Lurking Horror, Anchorhead, and King of Shreds and Patches. That last one is a text adventure
These look a lot of fun!
It's very generous of your time and skills to do such a thing. We'll definitely give these a go the next time we
Many can be found on Gamersgate or Gog. Although their libraries are much smaller when it comes to new games than Steam is, they are both arguably easier
The first two games in the Penumbra series are great, and the Chzo Mythos games by Yahtzee are good and free if you can get them to work. (Won't run on
Pathways into Darkness.
Lots of good suggestions and I'm looking at them all, shame most arnt on steam it seems : /
And I like Traveller's, because I can understand the structure behind it. I can't see the structure behind the trait tables.
Well, I cannot speak to making sense of it or not, I just see it as a handy tool that can be used to provide little benefits or penalties, and help tell
Yeah, I've seen enough real-crime things to know that ladies in Oz are VERY scary! XD No offense!
But yeah, I suppose that is a point and
To be fair to the players just include as much plot as required for it to be as valuable in the game to be female with it's advantages and disadvantages
In this scenario, the Investigators are summoned by an army commandant in...
Tue Oct 23 (contíd)
Shortly after the agents call Detective Gregson for...