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Dark Scavenger is a [[PointAndClickGame point 'n click]], sometimes [[FirstPersonPerspective first-person]], sometimes [[TopDownView top-down]] {{RPG}} with turn based combat developed and published by Psydra Games. It's weird.

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Dark Scavenger is a [[PointAndClickGame point 'n click]], sometimes [[FirstPersonPerspective first-person]], sometimes [[TopDownView top-down]] {{RPG}} with turn based combat developed and published by Psydra Games.Games in 2014. It's weird.



* CerebusSyndrome: The game starts off with a dark and surreal sense of humor, but it never becomes downright disturbing. Later on in the game it becomes much darker. The creator, Alex Gold, has cited {{Earthbound}} as a main inspiration for the game, which would be a good explanation.

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* CerebusSyndrome: The game starts off with a dark and surreal sense of humor, but it never becomes downright disturbing. Later on in the game it becomes much darker. The creator, Alex Gold, has cited {{Earthbound}} ''VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}'' as a main inspiration for the game, which would be a good explanation.



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Dark Scavenger is a point n click {{RPG}} with turn based combat developed and published by Psydra Games. It's weird.

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Dark Scavenger is a [[PointAndClickGame point n click 'n click]], sometimes [[FirstPersonPerspective first-person]], sometimes [[TopDownView top-down]] {{RPG}} with turn based combat developed and published by Psydra Games. It's weird.


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* AdventureGame: Mixed with StrategyRPG.


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* PointAndClickGame: How the game is played.


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* StrategyRPG: Mixed with AdventureGame.


* LovecraftLite: [[spoiler:The game has themes of ancient beings that want to harvest a planet's life to feed themselves, and an experiment gone wrong that wants to devour the universe. You can still shoot them in the face, though.]]

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* LastSecondEndingChoice: [[spoiler: You can choose whether to go ahead with the final boss fight, or to just go back to the ship.]]
* LovecraftLite: [[spoiler:The The game has themes of ancient [[spoiler:ancient beings that want to harvest a planet's life to feed themselves, and an experiment gone wrong that wants to devour the universe. You can still shoot them in the face, though.]]]]
* MultipleEndings: Via Last Second Ending Choice.



* TurnBasedCombat: How fighting works.





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CerebusSyndrome: The game starts off with a dark and surreal sense of humor, but it never becomes downright disturbing. Later on in the game it becomes much darker. The creator, Alex Gold, has cited {{Earthbound}} as a main inspiration for the game, which would be a good explanation.

FirstPersonPerspective: Most of the game is presented in a top down view of the room you're in, but when you're in small rooms like the ship, the view is first person.

FeaturelessProtagonist: The player character is never really described in detail.

LovecraftLite: [[spoiler:The game has themes of ancient beings that want to harvest a planet's life to feed themselves, and an experiment gone wrong that wants to devour the universe. You can still shoot them in the face, though.]]

NoNameGiven: Everyone refers to you as simply "Dark Scavenger".

PlanetaryRomance: The game takes place on one planet, and description is given to it's different species and cultures.

TopDownView: How most of the game is presented.

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* CerebusSyndrome: The game starts off with a dark and surreal sense of humor, but it never becomes downright disturbing. Later on in the game it becomes much darker. The creator, Alex Gold, has cited {{Earthbound}} as a main inspiration for the game, which would be a good explanation.

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FirstPersonPerspective: Most of the game is presented in a top down view of the room you're in, but when you're in small rooms like the ship, the view is first person.

person.
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FeaturelessProtagonist: The player character is never really described in detail.

detail.
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LovecraftLite: [[spoiler:The game has themes of ancient beings that want to harvest a planet's life to feed themselves, and an experiment gone wrong that wants to devour the universe. You can still shoot them in the face, though.]]

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NoNameGiven: Everyone refers to you as simply "Dark Scavenger".

Scavenger".
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PlanetaryRomance: The game takes place on one planet, and description is given to it's different species and cultures.

cultures.
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TopDownView: How most of the game is presented.
presented.

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FeaturelessProtagonist: The player character is never really described in detail.


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NoNameGiven: Everyone refers to you as simply "Dark Scavenger".


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First-PersonPerspective: Most of the game is presented in a top down view of the room you're in, but when you're in small rooms like the ship, the view is first person.

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First-PersonPerspective: FirstPersonPerspective: Most of the game is presented in a top down view of the room you're in, but when you're in small rooms like the ship, the view is first person.
person.

LovecraftLite: [[spoiler:The game has themes of ancient beings that want to harvest a planet's life to feed themselves, and an experiment gone wrong that wants to devour the universe. You can still shoot them in the face, though.]]



Top-DownView: How most of the game is presented.





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Top-DownView: TopDownView: How most of the game is presented.




presented.




First-PersonPerspective: Most of the game is presented in a top down view of the room you're in, but when you're in small rooms like the ship, the view is first person.





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\nTop-DownView: How most of the game is presented.






Dark Scavenger is a pointnclick {{RPG}} with turnbasedcombat developed and published by Psydra Games. It's weird.

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Dark Scavenger is a pointnclick point n click {{RPG}} with turnbasedcombat turn based combat developed and published by Psydra Games. It's weird.

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