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#1099865 - 02/07/17 03:08 PM Announcing A Long Road Home - A Top Down Point and Click
BrownEyedTigre Offline
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A Long Road Home is an indie point and click adventure game, created in a top down, 2D perspective. The gameplay harkens back to the adventure games of old, with lots of text descriptions, puzzle solving and item usage.

You can purchase here on Steam or on here.

Check out the trailer here.

About the game
A Long Road Home is a 2D point and click adventure game from Hungary based
developer One Bit Studio. It is among the few games created in the RPG Maker
engine, which follow in the footsteps of the old school adventure games, with
many text descriptions, puzzles and item usage. Regarding the gameplay, it might
look similar to popular RPG Maker adventure games To The Moon or A Bird
Story, but A Long Road Home puts a much heavier emphasis on solving intricate
puzzles, not just guiding the player through a story.

A Long Road Home is the story of a young man (named by the player), who
travels to a fresh new home with his mother and sister. Little does he know that a
secret cult has its eyes on them, and aims to use them to reach their nefarious
goals. The cult is led by an alien being called Amuna, who is able to travel
between the infinite numbers of planes (dimensions). She conquers one world
after the other, and now she has a new target, the world of our hero. The
protagonist gets separated from his loved ones at the beginning of the game, and
from that point, the player has to lead this young man across catacombs, secret
temples and frozen mountains to find the hero’s sister and mother.

Happy Gaming!

Ana wave
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#1099872 - 02/07/17 04:30 PM Re: Announcing A Long Road Home - A Top Down Point and Click [Re: BrownEyedTigre]
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thanks Ana
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#1099879 - 02/07/17 05:09 PM Re: Announcing A Long Road Home - A Top Down Point and Click [Re: Space Quest Fan]
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Thanks for the news, Ana. One of my favorite top down point and click adventures is Daemonica - I am very sorry that the sequel was never made. wave

#1099998 - 02/08/17 01:11 PM Re: Announcing A Long Road Home - A Top Down Point and Click [Re: Marian]
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thanks BrownEyedTigre grin
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#1100121 - 02/09/17 07:17 AM Re: Announcing A Long Road Home - A Top Down Point and Click [Re: BrownEyedTigre]
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Looks good. I've always felt there is a lot of untapped potential when it comes to P&C games using JRPG tilesets (or maybe it's just that I've played the wrong games?!? :D)


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