A man with a simple life in Jakarta as an architectural photographer, Adam finds himself assigned to take some shots inside an old apartment building... of thirteen floors. Stranger yet is the familiarity he has with many of the pictures left hanging in the rooms. Ooh, a link to his mysterious past and the death of his parents? Or just a happy coincidence (though we already know from the title that it's probably less-than-happy)? Thus sets the stage for Tempa Labs' point-and-click adventure, Traumata.
Click your way through the story using all three interactions available to you, highlighting to activate them or use the keyboard shortcuts of [A], [S] and [E]. A friendly changing cursor and simple inventory system allow you to focus on and become immersed in Adam's story. A mixture of light horror and light puzzling, Traumata will have you on your toes as you uncover the details of the protagonist's childhood.
Note: Beginning with Floor 4, be sure to save your game often. It is possible to die and get a game over state, forcing you to restart or continue from a save.