Post by Craiphtine on Dec 31, 2018 10:50:50 GMT -5
I'm so surprised to be first to mention Tale of Ord that I'm convinced someone must have posted something about it in another thread somewhere. Still, just in case:
Post Curious Games has a four-chapter immersive puzzle-solving game that we've just completed with a group, and everyone had a great time with it. The puzzles are challenging, but never ventured into "guess what the creator was thinking" territory. Engaging Norse-themed narrative. The chapters arrived a month apart, and each one took a few hours for the group to complete. I highly recommend it.
I was even more impressed, by the way, when I heard the game designer on a podcast. She used to work at an escape room and developed all of the puzzles in the game. It's an inspiring accomplishment I think.
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