And the Waves Choke the Wind

by Gunther Schmidl


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An incomplete cinematic Lovecraftian horror game, July 16, 2017
by MathBrush
Related reviews: 15-30 minutes

This game is a well-written and programmed Lovecraftian horror game set in the time of slavery and wooden sailing ships.

You wake up, bound and gagged in a fascinating sequence, before landing on a mysterious island.

This game does a good job of being disorienting and horror-filling. It is grotesquely violent at some points, and has some non-consensual and non-explicit advances by one character.

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Beam me up Scotty, there's no intelligent life on this island, November 29, 2010
by Aintelligence (Canada)

This adventure is actually pretty cool in concept. You've just been set afloat by a bunch of pirates and find yourself bound in a tiny life raft with an island just in sight. The story seems really good here as well as the characters. There are a few puzzles, not too difficult, but there is hardly any control over your character except a small bit in the middle which I thought was fine. The cliffhanger was well executed, but there is just one killer that makes this game a 2 star. Ok this prologue was made in 2000. So much for the full version. Honestly just don't play this game unless you want to be tortured by the missing end.

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