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Atmosphere and gameplay I loved

Recommendations by KathB (Toronto, Ontario)

I'm not quite sure how to explain this list. These are games I loved playing because the atmosphere, structure, hinting and gameplay worked really well for my brain. In every case, once I finished I went searching for something similar.

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1. The King of Shreds and Patches
by Jimmy Maher
(2009)
Average member rating: (62 ratings)

KathB says:

I don't even like horror a lot of the time, but I love theatre, London and Early Modern history. This sucked me in with its sense of place and smoothed the way with its conversation structure and maps. Please make another game, Jimmy!

2. Suveh Nux
by David Fisher
(2007)
Average member rating: (181 ratings)

KathB says:

I've never gotten far with any other spell-casting game, but this one was right in my linguistics-loving wheelhouse and exactly the right amount of challenge for me.

3. Toby's Nose
by Chandler Groover
(2015)
Average member rating: (56 ratings)

KathB says:

For once, a game with innovative gameplay that didn't annoy me as I worked to figure out its method. I like to examine every detail and investigate every option--in order if possible--and this game indulged my preferences.

4. Plundered Hearts
by Amy Briggs
(1987)
Average member rating: (48 ratings)

5. Eric the Unready
by Bob Bates
(1993)
Average member rating: (31 ratings)


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