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Submitted by averyzoe 1465d ago | review

Blackwell Adventure Bundle (PC) Review *Brutal Gamer*

One family. Three generations. Countless restless spirits. And one snarky spirit guide who “ties” together an absolutely captivating storyline. These are the Blackwell Adventure games, and now you can get all four at once, in one handy (and economical bundle). Point-and-click fans, feel free to swoon. (Blackwell Convergence, Blackwell Deception, Blackwell Unbound, PC, The Blackwell Legacy, The Blackwell series) 8.5/10

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