What are your plans for the end of the world? Unless they include "tasting good when rations get scarce" or "crying in the corner because someone stole your manga collection", you might want to brush up on your scrounging skills and play the latest installment in the post-apocalyptic point-and-click adventure series from Pastel Games; The Fog Fall 3. Following the events of the first and second installments, your journey hits a rather baffling roadblock that leaves you stranded in the middle of nowhere. You might be able to finally reach your destination if you're willing to do some people a few favours... but who can you trust in the wasteland? Then again, do you really have a choice? Just click the screen to interact with people and items, and watch for the changing arrow to indicate a new place to move to. The game autosaves for you, so you can come back to your journey at any time.
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Navigation can still be mildly frustrating, since it can be so oddly roundabout at times that getting yourself properly oriented is a challenge. The artwork is appealingly sketchy and suits the atmosphere well, but it also rarely provides indication as to what part of the screen is interactive and what isn't, leaving you to run your cursor around looking for hotspots you might have missed. Since so much of the gameplay revolves around exploring your environment and scavenging what you can from the surrounding area, you'll really need to keep an eye out for suspicious places and useful bits and pieces.
But where the game absolutely excels its atmosphere. The world is a harsh, gloomy place, and the old buildings you explore feel ruined and desolate in a way that can make you tense even when there isn't any danger around. The game does allow you a little bit of freedom in how you complete it, but it also throws up a big, fat "to be continued" at the end, so don't expect to find the answers to all your questions. After all, a journey of a thousand miles begins with a bathtub full of irradiated deer meat. Or... something like that. Man I'm profound!