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Submitted by rajeanak25 827d ago | news

Indie Intermission - 'Beneath The Tunnels Deep' A Fun Reference Filled Point And Click

"Today I look at Beneath The Tunnels Deep, a game created for Fuck This Jam a few months back by the highly creative Team Infinite Cats. Beneath The Tunnels Deep is a point and click misadventure game which brings in a great deal of pop culture references from the start.
Like any good adventure game you are placed in a situation from which you must escape and in doing so leads you on a journey of exploration and horror. Beneath The Tunnels Deep is full of humour and great little jabs at the genre throughout whether it be from picking up a coat or figuring out some puzzle with a coat hanger it works very well." - Alex Wilkinson (Beneath The Tunnels Deep, Indie, PC)

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