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Submitted by marcellizot 922d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Forever Lost review

Creating an atmosphere in a game can be one of the hardest things to achieve. We've all enjoyed platformers and shooters, but it's only the rarest specimen that actually gets under our skin and manages to set its own tone. And the finest examples are usually to be found in the point-and-click adventure genre. (Forever Lost, iPad, iPhone) 7/10

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