An entertaining but not particularly impressive choose-your-own-story adventure game set in a comical supernatural world.
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Unlike the title it's so heavily inspired by [Papers, Please] it doesn't really understand that putting clever and enjoyable gameplay ideas at the forefront is key.
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If this is the swansong for COWCAT and Diabolical Mind on Vita, then it's a very good way to go out.
A brief but unforgettable tale about family, loss, and the cruel reality of how fleeting life can be.
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Worth a punt if you want an enjoyable afternoon unravelling the sisters’ mystery.
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Charming and definitely a fun representation of the developer’s trippy vision, but playing it reveals a number of flaws.