Alone in the Park delivers a slow-paced, low-octane blend of text and graphical adventure gameplay that will have you fully reclined on your chaise longue. Play as a rather misanthropic gamer who finds herself lured away from her computer to embark upon a real world quest: finding hidden treasure in a National Park. Annoyingly, doing this requires her to locate and reassemble pieces of a treasure map. And instead of being populated with cool creatures like giant vampire squid bats or something, the park's forests, lakes and mountains are home to the lamest NPCs imaginable. This treasure had better be fucking legendary. Alone in the Park features: - Around 4 hours of gameplay - A map to travel around around with, and a clear, visual way to interact with characters and items (no conversation trees) - Geographical puzzles and classic adventure game style quests - An idiosyncratic tone of humour and narrative voice - Satirical music
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@InflappableMrAK good point. But mainly saying that a polished, primetime hits nostalgia towards/remediation of the past is less interesting
Dec 8 2013, 10:20pm
@InflappableMrAK "films"i mean
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@InflappableMrAK transfer that love to the film and maybe!
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There's only so much more of this Twin Nirvana Peaks She Wrote I can take.
Dec 8 2013, 9:50pm
Dear 20-somethings: do me a favour and be retro/nostalgic about 90s stuff that *wasn't* primetime mainstream culture. I dare you.
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