IN THE SPOTLIGHT


JOURNAL 29

What if you found a notebook that turned out to be some kind of journal, written by the missing members of a top-secret excavation party? Would you look what's inside? Maybe even start looking for clues on what happened to them? I've always pictured myself as somewhat of a great clue hunter for the FBI or something. I wouldn't be out there in the field, but trying to solve a mystery in the comfort of a nice, cozy office, or in this case, my own living room. Yup, I'm totally up for that!

Journal 29 is an interactive book game. I first read about it on Facebook and I was immediately fascinated by its premise. I totally love the idea of playing a game that is centered around a set of mysterious puzzles, which you can solve by collecting clues and with a little help from your mobile phone. So let's have a look at this baby, shall we?

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WEEKLY TOP 3 RELEASES

  • Agents of Mayhem

    The world has fallen under the rule of LEGION, The League of Evil Gentleman Intent On Obliterating nations. This supervillainous cabal of criminal masterminds and costumed megalomaniacs needs to be stopped at any cost. Following LEGION's global attack, Persephone Brimstone founded the organization MAYHEM. Funded by Ultor, these uniquely skilled Agents from all over the world are the only ones who can take down LEGION's new world disorder.

    Action
    Deep Silver & Volition
    PC / PS4 / XBox One
    August 18, 2017

  • >Observer_

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    Cyberpunk Horror
    Bloober Team & Aspyr
    PC / PS4 / XBox One
    August 15, 2017

  • Night Trap - 25th anniversary edition

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    Interactive movie
    Screaming Villains
    PC / PS4/ Xbox One
    August 15, 2017






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