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10th Feb '18 9:05:39 PM Superjustinbros
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* ''VideoGame/{{Resonance}}''



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10th Feb '18 8:50:35 PM Superjustinbros
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* ''Videogame/RipenedTinglesBalloonTripOfLove''
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* ''VideoGame/TheDarksideDetective''
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* ''VideoGame/DominiquePamplemousse'' series
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* ''VideoGame/WhichWayAdventure''
29th Dec '17 3:36:04 PM abscake
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** ''VideoGame/{{Machinarium}}'': Where you start as a small robot tossed onto a trash heap.
** ''[[http://amanita-design.net/samorost-1/ Samorost]]'' (''Driftwood'') is an award winning Flash game that influenced a lot of following surreal games. In it, the player aides a tiny white figure through a moss-covered trunk that functions as a spaceship. Photographs of moss and bark make up the background, the design of every level is based on the fact that this is a trunk on which tiny people live. It has a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Samorost}} 2''.
** ''[[http://www.windosill.com Windosill]]'' (not part of Amanita Design Games); your goal is to help a toy boxcar get from one room to the next by interacting with all of the strange and wonderful sights around it.

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** * ''VideoGame/{{Machinarium}}'': Where you start as a small robot tossed onto a trash heap.
** * ''[[http://amanita-design.net/samorost-1/ Samorost]]'' (''Driftwood'') is an award winning Flash game that influenced a lot of following surreal games. In it, the player aides a tiny white figure through a moss-covered trunk that functions as a spaceship. Photographs of moss and bark make up the background, the design of every level is based on the fact that this is a trunk on which tiny people live. It has a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Samorost}} 2''.
** * ''[[http://www.windosill.com Windosill]]'' (not part of Amanita Design Games); your goal is to help a toy boxcar get from one room to the next by interacting with all of the strange and wonderful sights around it.
29th Dec '17 3:35:05 PM abscake
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Point-and-click games are both a popular pastime for online enthusiasts and designers and officially produced product games available on the market. Rather than moving around a 2D or 3D character the player must use their sense of logic and their mouse to find and assemble various clues scattered around the scene in order to escape a locked area, uncover a mystery or complete a quest. Sometimes the adventure will be a heavily plot-based epic adventure; other times there will be little plot whatsoever. The games are usually (though not exclusively) first person games, and can be of various genres though the most popular appear to be horror and, naturally, mystery games. Surreal games are another popular genre. Many games strive to create vivid, highly atmospheric settings which the player will enjoy exploring.

Point-and-click games are highly popular online, both to play and to create, specifically because they are so easy to put together. One can be put together with a simple Flash program. Because they are are mass produced online, their quality [[SturgeonsLaw varies massively]] with some being incredibly detailed works of art and comical entertainment, and others involving only the barest of details and stylistic appearances. Many point-and-click games have proven to be highly logically taxing, and some quite frankly skip around logic all together and require dramatically [[MoonLogicPuzzle Out of the Box]] thinking to complete. Most point-and-click games are based on intelligence, rather than coordination and game playing skill.

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Point-and-click games are both a popular pastime for online enthusiasts and designers and officially produced product games available on the market. Rather long running genre in which rather than moving around a 2D or 3D character navigating an environment the player must use their sense of logic and nothing but their mouse and some logic to find and assemble various clues scattered around scattering the scene in order to escape a locked area, uncover a mystery or complete a quest. Sometimes Often there's a rich narrative, sometimes it's more scenic than wordy, generally depending on the adventure will be a heavily plot-based epic adventure; other times there will be little plot whatsoever. tech of the era. The games are usually (though not exclusively) first person games, person, and can be of various the genres though the most popular appear to be horror and, naturally, mystery games. Surreal games are another popular genre. Many games strive stretch from horror, mystery, even surrealism, all striving to create vivid, highly atmospheric settings which the player will enjoy exploring.

Point-and-click games are highly popular online, both Popular in no small part due to play and to create, specifically because they are so easy to put together. One can be put together with a simple Flash program. Because they are are mass produced online, their ease of creation, their quality [[SturgeonsLaw varies massively]] with some being incredibly detailed works of art and comical entertainment, and others involving only the barest of details and stylistic appearances. Many point-and-click games have proven to be highly logically taxing, and some quite frankly skip around logic all together and require dramatically [[MoonLogicPuzzle Out of the Box]] thinking to complete. Most point-and-click games are based on intelligence, rather than coordination and game playing skill.
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* ''Videogame/CaperInTheCastro'': a rare recovered example.
23rd Dec '17 7:53:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/DareToDream'', a shareware game from 1993 by EpicGames.

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* ''VideoGame/DareToDream'', a shareware game from 1993 by EpicGames.Creator/EpicGames.
26th Nov '17 4:43:09 PM nombretomado
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** ''VideoGame/{{Botanicula}}'': Released as part of the [[HumbleIndieBundle Humble Botanicula Debut]], along with the previous two games and ''VideoGame/{{Windosill}}''.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Botanicula}}'': Released as part of the [[HumbleIndieBundle [[UsefulNotes/HumbleBundle Humble Botanicula Debut]], along with the previous two games and ''VideoGame/{{Windosill}}''.
23rd Sep '17 12:05:53 AM TroperNo9001
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* ''/VideoGame/BearWithMe''

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* ''/VideoGame/BearWithMe''''VideoGame/BearWithMe''
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