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Lumino City is a Point-and-Click Adventure Game developed by State of Play Games. It sports a visual style literally built by hand out of paper, cardboard and various bits and bobs of mixed media. Only a few elements, like the characters, appear to be CGI.

The protagonist is a girl named Lumi whose grandfather, the caretaker and handyman of the titular city, suddenly goes missing. Armed with only her grandfather's book The Handy Manual, Lumi heads out to find him. With puzzle-solving and ingenuity, Lumi traverses the city and seeks out what happened.

The game has an official site, and is available on Steam and Google Play.


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  • Cool House: One resident of the city has a house situated under a cliff, protecting it from the elements and removing the need for front walls (thereby allowing a better home view). More notably, it can rotate 180 degrees upside-down via various levers on the house, which naturally is used for a puzzle. Most of the objects and furniture in the house are presumably nailed down.
  • Everyone Knows Morse: One puzzle involves Lumi using Morse code to communicate with a boy on a distant building, who of course conveniently knows Morse himself.
  • Handy Man: Lumi's grandfather has this exact title, and appears to be quite famous in the city. Lumi herself becomes one over the course of the game.
  • Lighthouse Point/Windmill Scenery: One that is both a lighthouse and a windmill is used by Lumi to communicate in Morse code.
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  • Mega-Corp: Whatever company Lumi's grandfather signed a bad deal with, who provided power to the city via oil, but tried to kidnap him after the city's supply ran out.
  • Tempting Fate: Lumi regularly thinks aloud that her next planned action is a great idea, highlighting how precipitous it is. It usually turns out alright anyways, though.
  • Visual Title Drop: "Lumino City" is displayed in bright neon lights at the gate of the titular city.

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