Mouse Made Mayhem: Ideal Point-and-Click Adventure Games

"This week we see the release of Face Noir, a point-and-click game set in the Depression-era New York City, and features gameplay and themes that paints the game as a pseudo-combination of L.A. Noire, Pokemon Snap, and Bioshock. The logo is also dangerously resemblant of Bioshock’s. And next week, we have The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief, a more fast-paced point-and-click adventure game set in Europe in the 60s, centering on a high-stakes criminal investigation across the continent. The idea of a more fast-paced point-and-click game that relies on split-second decisions is what made Telltale’s The Walking Dead series so popular; popular being an understatement given the amount of “Game of the Year” awards it won. So what else will we see from the point-and-click genre? Who knows? But here are some ideas."
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