Matthew Sawrey

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Tim Schafer might find it difficult to get a classic point and click adventure game made these days, but Czech developers Amanita Design have been the custodians of the genre for the past few years, with their Samorost series and most recently, MachinariumBotanicula springs from the same well of creativity, with all the pointing, clicking and quirky puzzling of those titles. But the similarities extend only to its mechanical design, as Botanicula is something of a more vibrant and floral affair in tone and setting.

Read on over at Thunderboltgames.


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This entry was posted on April 30, 2012 by in Review and tagged , , , , , .
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