Indie Point-and-Clicks with a Retro Aesthetic5votes I like it
HoneydewHuey says: A great and unique story, well-implemented gameplay and a lovely '90s pixel art aesthetic with a subdued palette. Features a fun fantasy "game-within-a-game." More coming soon from up-and-coming publisher Screen 7, such as A Night at Camp Ravenwood
HoneydewHuey says: Blackwell started it all for Wadjet Eye, arguably the best developer-publisher of retro point-and-clicks today. They published most games on this list. Blackwell is a unique paranormal mystery story; this bundle contains the first 4 of 5 games.
HoneydewHuey says: This is the epic Blackwell finale. I haven't played it yet, but intend to soon (6-1). I've heard great things! What's next for Wadjet Eye? Soon they'll be publishing A Golden Wake by the creator of Ben Jordan, then the cyberpunk game Technobabylon
HoneydewHuey says: Gemini Rue is a noir-ish science fiction story with great puzzles, characters and story. The dialogue is very well-written, and the voice acting is of excellent quality.
HoneydewHuey says: Primordia is a very entertaining and moody point-and-click with themes of post-humanity, friendship, and institutions (i.e. religion, the legal system, etc). The art style is incredible, and the writing is excellent.
HoneydewHuey says: Resonance is an epic sci-fi adventure with a unique interface that relies on capturing topics to bring up at will in conversations or, if I recall, even in puzzles in some cases. There are multiple playable characters. Morality is a central theme.
HoneydewHuey says: This is an interesting but short mystery with a Jewish protagonist and an intriguing plot. I believe it was originally a freeware release by Dave Gilbert of Wadjet Eye; it has since been remade twice (this release has great art by Ben Chandler).
HoneydewHuey says: I've only played the first episode of this - free in its original form online - but what I did play was very engaging with interesting puzzles and a strong sense of atmosphere despite the super-lo-res pixelated graphics. Described as 'Lovecraftian.'
HoneydewHuey says: A very disturbing and powerful story in point-and-click form. Whether this fits the list is debatable, but this game's art still strikes me as having a bit of a '90s feel to it - although not pixel art - as it has a surreal, experimental bent to it.
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