#1 Posted by mattysen (926 posts) -

I'm hot off the heels of completing 'To The Moon' a experience i thoroughly enjoyed. Although not much of a typical 'game' I found myself pretty immersed clicking my way through the compelling story of it. Now, in my free time I feel like I just can't find a piece of interactive entertainment with the same amount of substance. I've recently bought Botanicula (of which ive found too conceptual for the majority of my time but still really liking it in the downtime), Yesterday and Lone Survivor taking into consideration my broken Xbox and my low spec laptop as my only current gaming platform.

Point'n'clicks aren't really my bag or choice of genre to be frank. I'm looking for something with more sentimental value than production values, yha get mii?

#2 Posted by Vextroid (1450 posts) -

If you enjoyed Botanicula at all try Machinarium. I hear good things about Dear Esther, which is more story then game play.

#3 Posted by BeachThunder (13077 posts) -
#4 Posted by mattysen (926 posts) -

Cheers duders these look pretty swag

#5 Posted by noibn (141 posts) -

Dear Esther.

#6 Edited by Ravenlight (8057 posts) -

@mattysen said:

Point'n'clicks aren't really my bag or choice of genre to be frank. I'm looking for something with more sentimental value than production values, yha get mii?

Katawa Shoujo

#7 Posted by ESREVER (2810 posts) -

To the Moon is fantastic. Lemme know if you happen by something like it.

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(gave me an excuse to listen to this again...)

#8 Posted by notdavid (858 posts) -

Digital: A Love Story. It has a great story with an interesting interface. 95% guaranteed to make your eyes tear up at some point. And it's free. Check out the other games by Christine Love, too.

#9 Posted by FLStyle (5431 posts) -
Hello I am a Game Guy.

I don't know if you're heard of this man, his name's Jeff, allow me to recommend him.