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adventure Neverwinter games, explored some woodland and caves as a fox, and moved around some pennies, would we? Read on for this week's picks. 11-11-11 Screen 7. Download it from the AGS site. 11-11-11 is a sequence of numbers you might remember as Skyrim's release date. It was also supposed to be the release date of this, a science-fiction point-and-click adventure, hence the name. Unfortunately it took the developer a bit longer than intended, so its moniker is now sort of meaningless. Frankly, it could have done to have been delayed a couple more weeks. The'restore' feature doesn't work properly, and there are a few empty, barren areas with little to click on. Some interactions seem missing, too - when an item that's clearly collectible doesn't respond to the'look at' feature, there's a bit of a problem. And when the main character doesn't scale properly, making him alternately look like a giant and an ant, you want to scream" finish your bloody game" into the void. But developer Screen 7 has an ace up its sleeve, and that's the dark, mysterious atmosphere that prevails in 11-11-11 despite its shoddy release state. It's a low-resolution adventure game with scrappy environment models, but they work to create a desolate futuristic city whose loneliness is a key part of the storyline. It's grey and cold, unnervingly lifeless, and when a collective of agents impose a strict curfew nw gold  on the city's residents you take it upon yourself to find out why. At a couple of hours in length, it's worth pressing through the occasionally shaky quality to immerse yourself in the unfolding mystery, even if the ending does feel rather out of place. Night and Day Hands-Free. Download it from Reality-on-the-Norm. Within the Adventure Game Studio community, there exists a thing called Reality-on-the-Norm. It's a fictional town, collaboratively created by a range of AGS developers, and it's now used as the setting of a variety of Neverwinter games to use that engine. Think of it as a comedy Twin Peaks - an odd, quirky setting, full of oddball characters, perfect for a good, old-fashioned point-and-click romp. The latest game to emerge from the Reality-on-the-Norm scene is Night and Day. It's developer Hands-Free's first title, but that doesn't show. This is a surprisingly polished old-school adventure, complete with witty writing, silly storytelling and - shockingly - full of relatively sensible puzzles to solve. The art looks like it could well have been drawn in Microsoft Paint, but it's suited to the game, never looking out of place or amateurish. I'll be interested to see what Hands-Free delivers next. William and Sly 2 Lucas Paakh. Play it on Kongregate. Two years after the original William and Sly emerged onto the free Neverwinter games scene, its sequel follows suit.

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