- Small Town Terrors: Livingston
- Small Town Terrors Pilgrim's Hook
- Aviary Attorney
- Last Day of June
- Holy Potatoes! We're in Space?!
- Alter Ego
- Midnight Mysteries: Witches of Abraham
- Gold Rush! Anniversary
- Black Sails - The Ghost Ship
- Beyond Eyes
A Challenge Me! game. Also fits the monthly theme I think for being in the 3rd person. It was fun overall, and the older graphics for past time traveling/better graphics for future was a really good idea. Lots of different gameplay styles are used for different dungeons/areas of the game, including the gameplay styles of Castlevania, strategy RPG, and even Bejeweled and Guitar Hero. I didn't always like the genre, but at least the game doesn't keep the same thing for very long. On the other hand, none of those gameplay systems or battle styles are developed throughout the game in any way. I loved the time traveling and the vehicles on the overworld map like in classic JRPGs. The story was also pretty weird and different (even surprisingly serious at some points) where it could have been generic.
I didn't like this as much as the first game, The Whispered World (which I wrote about here. I won it on Steam Gifts from a Playing Appreciated giveaway. I think it also counts as a game with 3 characters you can play as/switch between for the monthly theme. It's also 3rd person.
I played through it a second time to get all of the achievements and liked it more that time, though the story still felt incomplete. I noticed the Sadwick parts of Noah a little more. The background story to the game (an orphaned boy and his younger sister hiding out from the sustained bombing of their city) reminded me of a great (and serious) anime film animated by Studio Ghibli called Grave of the Fireflies. Anyway, this is a lazier update than warranted because I have to work in the morning and want to work on Pillars of Eternity a little before bed.