IGN writes: "Before the days of $20 million game budgets, many a creative game was made DIY-style. What these low rent titles lacked in production values they made up for in fun. With their home-spun adventure game, Rhiannon: Curse of the Four Branches, three-person indie development team Arberth Studios is out to prove that even in a stable full of blockbusters, there's still room for a dark horse.
Rhiannon: Curse of the Four Branches embraces the point-and-click style game play and spooky settings made popular by games like Barrow Hill and Scratches. Arberth Studios is located in rural Wales and, not coincidentally, so is the game. The story revolves around Ty Pryderi, a nearly thousand-year-old farmstead, and the resident family's teenage daughter Rhiannon who is tormented by an unseen presence. Disbelieving but distraught, her parents take her away from the house, asking you to monitor the on-site construction team who's in the process of restoring it."