Submitted by combocaster 623d ago | review

Teslagrad Review | Combo Caster

The most striking aspect of the presentation is Teslagrad nonverbal way it communicates with the player. No single sentence read or write throughout the game. It is a complex story, a baby is delivered in a home one stormy night by fugitive father, before leaving the house years later, hunted and chased all the way to a mysterious tower. This is where the player sees the history of the tower, the city and its inhabitants gradually revealed through pictograms, and even small puppet theaters. (PC, Teslagrad) 6.5/10

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