So today, we are going to write about something interesting. We always write about games that most people play. We always go by the peer pressure and review those games which are being famous in recent times. Now, what about those games that are good but non-famous? Yes, there are a lot of games which are good but cannot make it to the top of the selling list.
You can combine the scenario with movies. There are often those special movies that we do not watch or talk about. It is not that those are bad movies. It is just those did not get enough hype like the other ones. It can be because of a huge production house or because of big stars. In the case of the game industry, it can also be a popular franchise.
The next game that we will talk about now is the Candle Man which is developed by the Spotlighters. They are not one of those big gaming houses but you will not feel that while playing the game. The game is developed in a pretty interesting fashion and the overall experience is amazing. According to us, this is one of the most underrated games of 2016. Let's have a look at the story from the builder's point of view:
"You play as a tiny ambulatory candle, running through mazes lighting other candles along the way. As you light each candle and burn away wax, you become increasingly smaller--but the smaller you are, the higher you can jump, granting you access to more harder-to-reach places. Every level begins in total darkness and will frequently revert back to it; lighting others candles illuminates pathways hidden in the gloom--as well as potential traps, like poisonous flowers, spikes, and bottomless pits."
Does this sound scary or philosophical? Well, the game is a bit philosophical to be honest and that is an interesting part of this one. There are a lot of people who will hate this game but trust us, there are a lot who love it too.
The game is pretty easy so if you are into challenges then this is not something for you. The levels are easy to manage and the interesting part is the philosophical attitude at the end of the day.
The next game that we will talk about now is The Empire Straggers Back. This is a super interesting game. "
Those who love narrative-based adventures like Telltale Games' fare will feel at home with Her Majesty's Spiffing. The premise: the Queen of England wants to expand the British Empire--again--but the world isn't interested in joining and the once-affected nations are not keen on seeing it happen again. So the Queen looks in the only direction she can: space.
In this comedic tale--with some very cheeky writing loaded with British-isms--you control Captain Frank Lee English on his quest to the stars alongside his young assistant, Aled. On his quest for a galactic British Empire, English will have to solve problems you encounter in most 3D point-and-click adventures: repairing broken things, finding batteries for a controller, and engaging in personable banter with those around you. It plays like what we've come to expect from a Telltale game, but the art style is more cartoony. Light and dark throw sheen and shade over English and Aled and the rooms in their spaceship, making it look like something pulled right out of a Pixar film. While we've only seen a brief bit of the game, the dialogue we did run through was clever, with a jovial tone overall. In a market someone lacking in variation for these adventures, a space-faring conquest sounds like a great new twist" this is what the builders say and there is no reason to deny with any of it.
So, do you want to play one of these three games now? If yes, let us know which one and why. Thank you