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Calucgi: The Game
« on: September 08, 2009, 12:28:39 am »

A weird German point-and-click flash adventure game.  You play as a guy under witness protection desperately trying to evade detection.

All of the audio is in English, and the whole thing is composed of real photography and videos.  I haven't completed it yet, but it's really fucking cool (and creepy) so far.


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Re: Calucgi: The Game
« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2009, 02:47:08 pm »
brings me back to hypercard style adventures on the mac...

I wonder if point and click style games would have caught on if they had video. These kinds of games were reall popular for a while, and you don't see 'em anywhere anymore. It was when you started to see games on CD ROMS, and developers were all giddy they could include more graphics and audio than could fit on a 1.4 inch disk.

I just can't shake the feeling that this might have been better as a short film than a game. But then again - I don't think I made it too far so maybe there's a big twist.. After being discovered for the third time, I clicked away. That's also the drawback of the point-and-click adventure games, they're kind of drawn out.