What do you do if you’re framed for murder in a world where no one can die? Well, you do the reasonable, you escape and kill your way to the truth. At least that’s how they do it in Tokyo 42.
You wake up in strange chamber, surrounded by strange machines and people. You have no memories of your life but you seem to have many others. You are the last castoff, and this is your story in Torment: Tides of Numenera.
Most puzzle games have you controlling a single character or object, but what happens when you must control two of them, in parallel rooms identical to each other but need “cooperation” while still being single player? That’s the question and the core of Semispheres.
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The Kingdom is burning, the people run for the hills as the guards do their best to fight the overwhelming enemy force with very little success. Now, in their darkest hour, only the princess and her mysterious powers can save them. This is Tahira: Echoes of the Astral Empire.
The Archmage stole the Crown of Kings from Analand and took it to his fortress. Now the Analander King dispatches a single warrior-mage, to brave dangerous lands and vanquish the foul sorcerer!
A tower holding ancient horrors, an organisation committed to protecting the world from it, and its most powerful weapon, a nameless young woman bound to the spirit of an ancient evil. This is the world of Anima: Gate of Memories.
It’s a dangerous town and the cops struggle to keep a lid on organised crime, and when one of the local mob leaders dies, it throws the underworld into disarray and brings something new to the streets, the city’s new Major Crimes Unit, affectionately called The Detail.
Every farm has a gnome, or at least they should. You give them porridge and treat them right and they take care of the farm for you. And if you’re pregnant and a troll wants to put a changeling in your home and take your baby, then the gnome will take care of it as well. This is just what you have to do in Midwinter!
You’re in a dilapidated school with one of your friends. There are bones and corpses everywhere, and something in the shadows hunting after you. No, it’s not Shia Labeouf, it’s a bunch of scary Japanese ghosts. This is turning into a Corpse Party.