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To Azimuth’s Paranormal Adventure Coming In 2017

I was excited about To Azimuth [official site] when it turned to Kickstarter in 2014. An adventure game about a brother and sister in '70s Alabama searching for their lost brother, who may or may not have been abducted by aliens, sounds right up my alley. It helped that developers [bracket]games had already released a game I liked, Three Fourths Home. While To Azimuth's Kickstarter…

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Redial: Three Fourths Home Extended Edition Released

I enjoyed worryful 'visual short story' Three Fourths Home [official site] when it came out last year, and I'll be returning this weekend. Riding high off a nomination for 'Excellence in Narrative' at the IGF Awards, developers [bracket]games yesterday launched an Extended Edition. I liked it then, and now I'm keen to get stuck into its new epilogue chapter.

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Stormy Story – Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition

Look, let's be clear: I liked Three Fourths Home [official site] before it was cool. Okay? Before it was nominated for 'Excellence in Narrative' in this year's Independent Games Festival awards, I was digging the interactive short story. Now you'll all know about it and hey, that makes me glad! It's a lengthy phone call between a directionless twenty-something and her family as she drives…

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UFO Conspiracies: Why Aren’t You Backing To Azimuth?

I had thought To Azimuth would hit its Kickstarter goal quickly. It's a slick-looking adventure game where some of the puzzling is optional, with a plot about two siblings running into UFO conspiracies as they search for their brother in '70s Alabama. It was only looking for $20,000 yet here we are, three weeks later, with only six days left on the campaign and over…

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I Want To Believe: To Azimuth

Two siblings searching for their brother in late-'70s Alabama; whispers of alien abduction and government conspiracies; optional extra puzzles that reveal more of the plot; a clean low-poly look. Any one of those would have me giving an adventure game a closer look, but they're all in To Azimuth, the latest from [bracket]games. I enjoyed their last game, Three Fourths Home, and am keen to…

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Hi Mum, No, I’m Driving, Okay, Fine: Three Fourths Home

As someone who always leaves their phone to ring into the answering machine, Three Fourths Home lets me briefly experience being a good daughter. It's an interactive story about a phone call with your family while driving through a storm, one hand controlling your car and the other your conversation. It's a short, pleasant, and slightly affecting experience, out now on itch.io for $3.99. It…

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