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Submitted by DominicTarason 1179d ago | opinion piece

Browser Game Pick – Echo Bazaar

DIYGamer: Victorian London has been a strange place ever since the ground opened up and swallowed it whole. For starters, nobody seems to die anymore – oh, sure, you might get stabbed fifty times in a dark alley, but you’ll hop up five minutes later feeling none the worse for wear. Maybe it has something to do with all that mushroom wine you’ve been drinking? Or perhaps the Rubbery Men – ambulatory cephalopods - have something to do with it. Suspicious folk, one and all. Still, the tangled city streets are a land of opportunity for a resourceful person such as yourself. Hit the break to find out why Failbetter Games‘ uniquely charming browser RPG is worthy of your attention. (Echo Bazaar, Failbetter Games, PC)

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