Life after the end of the world may be harsh, gray, and frequently involve eating unidentifiable meat or expired canned goods (mmm-mmm!), but at least you have a reason to smile because the next installment in Pastel Games' gloomy-but-great point-and-click adventure series has arrived. In The Fog Fall 4, your relief at seeing another person is shortlived when a blow to the back of the head knocks you unconscious before helping themselves to your gear. Turns out post-apocalyptia is as unfriendly as ever, and if you want to find your equipment and continue your journey you'll have to uncover some secrets and appease the locals. Click around to navigate and interact with things, dragging objects from your inventory to the play area to use them, or on top of one another to try to combine them.
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Like its predecessors, the fourth installment in this eerie series serves up some of the best atmosphere around, believably painting an end-of-the-world scenario where everyone is out for themselves and rules don't apply any longer. Navigation can be a bit tricky since area transitions aren't always clearly indicated so that you can end up lost or going in circles. Fans of the series will know to scour every inch of areas for changing cursors to indicate an interactive zone, but it still feels somewhat clunky and a little disorienting... which, you could potentially argue, fits the mood and setting. Items you can grab onscreen or otherwise interact with are a lot more obvious this time around, and as a result, you won't need to strain your eyes or click around like a maniac. It feels like it fleshes out the setting quite a bit more thanks to the arrival of new author Daniel Gizicki, and The Fog Fall 4 is yet another engrossing and tricky adventure into the eerie world you love to visit, even if you wouldn't want to live in it.
Thanks to Cyberjar88 for sending this one in!