Oknytt is a point-and-click adventure game where the player takes the role of a small, seemingly insignificant creature, leading it through a dark world riddled with obstacles to help it find a place to belong. The game takes place in a Norse medieval world and contains a number of beings and areas inspired by Swedish folklore. Oknytt's gameplay is comprised of classic point-and-click puzzle solving combined with the usage of four runes located at the bottom of the screen. These runes can be activated at any time to trigger various changes and events in the area around the protagonist. Features · Manipulate the environment around you using elemental forces · A unique art style inspired by the famous Swedish painter John Bauer · Experience and collect lore about creatures and monsters from Scandinavian folk lore · Fully voiced by the talented Brian Hall · Winner of the Swedish Game Concept Challenge 2012
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Highest Rated (2 agree) 10/10
The game features old school point and click gameplay with an amazing art style. Every scene looks like a painting and after playing the game, I felt a strong urge to go outside and watch the night sky in a deep forest. As with any point and click the story is the best part, if you're a fan of point and clicks and miss this game you'll regret it! I enjoyed the fact that each creature you meet gets recorded in your "library" so that you can hear their description again and watch the beautiful artwork…
Aug 4 2013 by michael.levall