RHEM I SE: The Mysterious Land

RHEM I SE: The Mysterious Land

The sad demise of brain games
Ill pick this up as i love the challenge. If anyone wonders what ever happened to today's youth, look no further than endless pew pew pew games. Some people putting in 50 hours a week on them. Death of the human brain. Retro evolution. Planet of the apes could really be a thing.
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Yeah, the number of point and click adventures surely has drastically decreased, but - luckily - there are still some developers who continue supporting that genre by publishing new puzzle games. There are quite a lot good indie puzzle games... yeah, the market of other genres is clearly bigger, but at least there are quite some good puzzle games that even get published nowadays
There have been some really good ones in the past few years. The Witness, The Talos Principle, Quern-Undying Thoughts, Haven Moon, The Eyes of Ara, and Odyssey-The Next Generation Science Game just to name a few. Check them out if you haven't yet :)
Yeah, Contradiction - The All Video Murder Mystery, ZeroEscape, Escape Room: Reality and Grandpa`s Table were also pretty good
Last edited by LastNonak; Jul 29 @ 1:43am
I would add to the list ASA, Catyph, Ghostdream, Goetia...
Puzzles in Catyph are quite brain-teasing. Despite everything, brain games are still out there.
Last edited by nenekonaf; Jul 29 @ 11:51pm
Attaboy20 Jul 31 @ 10:17am 
I would also like to add Obduction to the list
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