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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1122d ago | review

Touch Arcade: The Journey Down Review

Touch Arcade: Skygoblin's The Journey Down [$2.99] is a classic point and click adventure with a certain visual similarity to Grim Fandango, due in part to the way that many of the characters' faces are modeled on African tribal masks, and a setting and mythology that owes as much to African diasporic culture as Grim Fandango owes to Latin American traditions. (iPad, iPhone, The Journey Down) 4/5

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