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Submitted by mcroberts 810d ago | review

The Book of Unwritten Tales: Critter Chronicles Review - Midlife Gamer

Craigieh says;"There has been something of a recent resurgence in the point and click genre of late, with titles such as Machinarium, Resonance and (arguably) The Walking Dead all aiming to ape the success of the crowning achievements of the genre such as The Secret of Monkey Island.

German developer King Art Games recent entry in the field, The Book of Unwritten Tales, which took two years to be translated in English, found much love and respect on its release. This prequel, Critter Chronicles, has arrived hot on the heels of this triumph, and tells the story of how two of the protagonists from the first game met, making this a good starting point if you haven’t played the first game." (PC, The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles) 7/10

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