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The Shivah

The Shivah review

"grubby and aching and familiar"

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1 year ago

Clickuorice Allsorts: Making good detective games

Detective games are a strange genre because it's so rare they manage to conjure up the feeling of you being a great detective. They fail for a range of reasons but my solution to the genre's struggle has tended to be that you should play as Watson not Sherlock or Hastings not Poirot - there's a reason the books are often from the perspective of…

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5 years ago

Mourning Glory: The Shivah – Kosher Edition

Wadjet Eye are situated within an extremely comfortable niche. I think it's a niche. It's bigger than a cranny or a nook but probably not big enough to be referred to as a rift. I haven't played all of the company's published output, which includes externally developed titles as well as their internal creations, but despite my fondness for the Blackwell series, The Shivah is…

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גוט נייַעס: The Shivah – Kosher Edition

The very first game I played by the excellent Dave "Wadjet Eye" Gilbert was The Shivah. Released in 2006, it was in what adventure gamers know as The Shut Up About Them Being Dead Years. And I'd not kept up with the thriving AGS scene, I'm ashamed to say. So The Shivah was such a fantastic surprise. A sad, careful and deeply smart game about…

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