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Broken Sword - The Smoking Mirror: Remastered Review

Review Revolution By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Broken Sword - The Smoking Mirror: Remastered Review

While classic adventure fans may not get much in the way of traditional point and click adventures for their iDevices, the few that do end up being released almost always feel like a special treat. Broken Sword has had a lasting legacy thanks to its incredible storyline and clever puzzles and now the sequel 'The Smoking Mirror' has been remastered for iOS devices. However, don't let the name fool you; unlike the 'Director's Cut' of the first title, this release doesn't feature much in…

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Broken Sword: Director's Cut Review

Review Revolution By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 10 months ago
Broken Sword: Director's Cut Review

With the iPhone’s embrace of the classic point and click adventure genre, more and more ports of old franchises have come into development. The latest addition to the iTunes store is Broken Sword: Directors Cut, originally released on PC in 1996. You take control of French Journalist, Nico and American Tourist, George as they must unravel and uncover a long trail of deception, murder and mystery. While some point and click adventure games have had some minor control faults on th…

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Beneath a Steel Sky: Remastered Review

Beneath a Steel Sky: Remastered Review

If you were one of those gamers who were patient enough to play ‘point and click’ adventure games over 10 or more floppy discs, then today is your lucky day. The widely acclaimed 1994 DOS release Beneath a Steel Sky has made its way onto the iPhone. This new port has been vastly improved from the original but maintains the key elements that made it a cult classic. The new control scheme uses the iPhones touch screen interface to interact with objects as you would a mouse.…

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Broken Sword: Director's Cut HD

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