Latest playing: CEJ Pacian’s brand-new game about an unlikely crime-fighting duo. It’s keyword-driven, a la Blue Lacuna but more so; that means it’s easy, but not so easy that there aren’t any puzzles at all. I think it took me 30-45 minutes to play, but I could be misestimating that. There’s mystery, there’s wacky setting, there’s light romance. Looking back over the experience, I think it’s best if you don’t know very much about what to expect (like I didn’t), so I won’t give much more detail than that. I liked it.
5 thoughts on “Walker & Silhouette”
This is exactly the entry I wanted to see when I’m about to take a flight with a big layover.
Nice. A real Avengers vibe from it. Substitute cane for umbrella. Cast Diana Rigg as silhouette.
I was a tester on this game, didn’t like it at all, in fact it was even rather offensive
Wonderful! It’s a rare delight finding intelligent, well-written prose in a game. The click-the-word interface is refreshing also. The tentatively developing attraction between the two characters is very sweet too. Wish the game was longer, though. One just starts to quite like the characters and it’s over.