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Richard & Alice
by Denby Raze
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|Short game||Can be completed within 30 minutes|
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About this gameA mystery story about family, desperation and the weather, set to the beat of an indie adventure game.
Richard and Alice are prisoners. Both their cells have a leather sofa and a state-of-the-art computer. But only Richardâ€™s has a TV.
Outside, the snow falls. It has done for some time. Elsewhere, they say, parts of the world have been rendered an inhospitable desert, the earth parched and cracked. People live in the zones now. The lucky ones, anyway.
Richard and Alice have secrets. ***
4 STARS - Digital Spy
"Incredibly moving" - Rock, Paper, Shotgun
AGS Awards Nominations
Nominated, Best Original Story 2013
AGS Panel Review
"This game has somewhat inconsistent graphics quality and the occasional (non-game breaking) bug, but that doesn't stop it from being an incredibly worthwhile and heartfelt story to experience. Some may feel that the puzzle difficulty (lets just say you're not likely to be reaching for a walkthrough a lot) was too low, but that's probably for the best in service of the story."
2 people commented on this game (newest first):
This game has a very interesting setting and excels in storytelling and touching dialog. Enjoy a fantastic atmosphere if you can get by the mediocre graphics.