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Babel

by Ian Finley

Mystery/Science Fiction
1997

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- Lonedale (Tula, Russia), June 30, 2008

- Grunion Guy (Portland), June 6, 2008

- Eric Mayer, May 18, 2008

- Mark, May 11, 2008

- Moses Templeton, May 3, 2008

- brattish (Canada), March 24, 2008

- Cheryl L (Australia), March 11, 2008

- jfpbookworm (Hamburg, New York), February 25, 2008

- Interference (Oxford, England), February 14, 2008

- incandenza (carrboro, north carolina), January 17, 2008

- tfbk, January 10, 2008

- Tyrog, December 13, 2007

- VK, November 26, 2007

- AmberShards (The Gothic South), October 29, 2007

- Stephen Bond (Leuven, Belgium), October 26, 2007

- Quintin Stone (NC), October 23, 2007

Baf's Guide


You wake up with amnesia in an abandoned research station in the Arctic. As you explore, psychometric visions give you glimpses of the lives of four scientists and the tragedy that befell them. Before you can escape, you'll have to learn your own history. Consistently grim and claustrophobic in tone, with good character development and plenty of suspense. Good detail, with lots of special cases handled. More of a story-game than a puzzle-game, with frequent noninteractive sequences that somehow manage to avoid feeling intrusive, but contains quite a few mechanical puzzles all the same.

-- Carl Muckenhoupt

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