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Clickadventure: The Secret Beneath, Ep. 1

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You heard a rumour that there is a secret lab in your neighbourhood. People are gossiping about an abandoned house, some say that the house is haunted, others about an evil atmosphere surrounding it, but nobody knows anything for sure and nobody dared to enter it. You aren't scared at all and have decided to explore it - it would be exciting to discover a secret lab!

Welcome to the first chapter of a classic point'n'click adventure by Incriscript!

click6.pngYou already know which house is the suspicious one and your first objective is to get inside. Not an easy task - the house is locked and you don't have any tool, let alone the key. Instead of exploring the building and its premises, you need to explore the surroundings first, pick up everything you can, find the use for it and run some errands, too..

Clickadventure: The Secret Beneath is inspired by games created in the golden age of adventure gaming although the developer made the gameplay a bit easier than it used to be. The items in your inventory which can be used only in combination with another one(s) are clearly marked so you don't need to try everything on everything, and they aren't so many. Yet patience is required because you often know what to do but none of items which seem suitable can be used and you have to figure out another way or look for another item. Simply, as classical adventure game as possible!

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Boy, that was quite involved! I wonder what the point was of…

…the door with no handle? Never got used—wonder if it has a significance in Chapter 2?

And poor kitty—going through all that stress and then…

…getting nothing more than a nasty rat to eat!

Snarfhead December 29, 2021 10:33 AM replied to jF

Finally got around to playing this. This was fun! And I'm looking forward to the next chapter.

Regarding your first point, jF:

I was frustrated by that door as well, but mainly because of all of the other doors (including the kitchen door laying on the floor) and all of the tools I had - why couldn't I take another doorknob and put it on? Come to think of it now, perhaps there was no space for a doorknob, and it's activated in some other way.

As I say, maybe next chapter!


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