Kingdom of Liars: Stonepath
It's a crossover more exciting than the Flintstones meeting the Jetsons, or that one time Urkel showed up on Full House! The plots of two of Hyptosis' popular fantasy point-and-click adventure sagas join and continue in Kingdom of Liars: Stonepath, featuring characters from the Hood series. With plots and plans to unleash demon of all kind upon the mortal realm apace, a contingent of the Ashbane watch, joined by a group of allies (including a young witch in a familiar red cloak) has traveled to the ruins of Ardan to investigate the fiend activity in the area. Click the red navigation arrows to navigate yourself through ruins. Move the cursor onto items to get a description, or click to manipulate or add them to your inventory. Once in your inventory, items can be selected in order to "use" them on part of the scenery. If a character is present in an area, they will be listed in the upper left of the screen. Clicking their name will allow you to converse with them by asking various questions.
While the exposition explaining why these particular characters have come together is a little rushed, and their interactions not as developed as they could be, Kingdom of Liars: Stonepath succeeds in expanding Hyptosis' Lorestrome world, while focusing it's ongoing plot. Of course, if must be said that a lot of that expansion takes a form that is quite info-dumpy. That's the thing about ancient library ruins... there's a lot of books scattered about. But those who have played and liked the previous 7(!) games shouldn't mind the detour into Silmarillion territory at all. In any case, Kingdom of Liars: Stonepath has more of the gorgeous art and clever writing Hyptosis is known for, more than making up for it occasionally falling victim to somewhat obtuse puzzles... that Hyptosis is also known for, admittedly. It'll make players happy that the author is not quite done with the story, and eagerly await its next chapter... maybe with a certain White Rabbit in it? Pretty please?