The Franz Kafka Videogame: iOS Review

The Franz Kafka Videogame By: Daedalic Entertainment GmbH I'd been looking forward to mif2000's The Franz Kafka Videogame (TFKVG) for a while now, ever since it was announced it would be coming to mobile. Granted, I didn't know much about it outside of screenshots I'd seen. But I loved the look of it, and I like weird and quirky games, especially adventure games. While I don't know that much about Franz Kafka's…

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Deponia iOS Review: Not the Hero I Was Looking For

Deponia By: Daedalic Last week, I played Dead Synchronicity, a disturbing point-and-click adventure that really sucked me in. As much as I liked it, I've been in the mood for something lighter like Broken Age. Deponia, by Daedalic, the same publisher for Dead Synchronicity, is a comedy and one that I was looking forward to playing based on the 2D hand-drawn artwork I had seen. Unfortunately, the game did not pull me…

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Dead Synchronicity: iOS Review

Dead Synchronicity By: Daedalic Entertainment GmbH Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today, by Daedalic Entertainment, is advertised as a dark, disturbing, dystopian point-and-click adventure, and it more than delivers on that promise. This is a game that's mostly devoid of humor and has you making some morally questionable decisions to "do what you gotta do" to get things done. The game starts with the protagonist waking up in in a trailer home in…

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Dead Synchronicity: Walkthrough Guide

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today By: Daedalic Entertainment GmbH This is a walkthrough guide for the game Dead Synchronicity by Daedalic Entertainment. It was played on my iPad Air 2. If you need help with a specific puzzle, feel free to ask in the comments section. I might add a text step-by-step walkthrough if there's interest. **Tip: Make sure to manually save the game frequently, because the game doesn't always automatically save!…

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