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20223.pngThe latest Mateusz Skutnik's 'Where is ....?' is here and it's for download only. The players, who weren't particulary happy with last two or three games of the series because there was too much jumping and/or shooting for them, can breathe a sigh of relief.

Where is 2022? is more about puzzles and awesome images of landscapes and towns - enjoy!

Notice, that due to problems with my smartphone Mobile Monday will not be posted this week.

20222.pngThe game's style is much closer to Where is 2015? or Where is 2016? - though with more images and less puzzles - than to platformer/arcade style of later games. It's peaceful and beautiful, and absolutely not demanding.

It is a linear game - you get an image and with the help of changing cursor you find a spot (sooner or later) which is active and allows you to do something. When you do all what is required, a gnome appears, you collect him and a new image with a new puzzle opens. Nice. The puzzles aren't difficult but without the changing cursor mostly not obvious.

Downloadable games aren't as comfortable as a browser ones, but this is Mateusz Skutnik's one and has a magical atmosphere and that special feeling. It worth the effort. And while you are on his site, check the info about his few weeks old game, Slice of Sea. It is an awesome game.

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Simple, but very satisfying. Always here for a Skutnik game, whatever the level of difficulty!

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