As you walk beside the lake on a cloudy night, a distant thunderclap demands your attention. A curious, organic artifact falls from the starry sky and inexplicably, without asking permission, transports you across the universe. You’ve been abducted from your cozy existence and added into an alien landscape with a stereotypical Kansas farmhouse, a white picket fence, and a rather bizarre little ghost town - well… almost ghost town. Adding to the oddity, you discover a strangely kluged kiosk that reassuringly welcomes you to Hunrath.Potential Reasons to Love:
From the makers of Myst. Pedigree is important in games. A company's track record is a good indicator of what kind of experience you're going to get, and Cyan's track record is impeccable if you like mysterious, immersive adventure games.
Gorgeous, mysterious worlds. I just want to plumb their depths! I know that sounds dirty, but it's the truth.
Choose how you want to play. Apparently there's two play-styles available: the Myst-like click to move, and a freeform exploration mode. I know which one I'll pick!
Figure it out on your own. There's not much I can write about this game, because it is very much one that you have to experience and figure out on your own. I personally love that kind of thing, though I know it's not for everyone.
For More Information:
Official site here.
Get it on Steam here.