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Clover: A Curious Tale

Clover: A Curious Tale (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Adventure (Platformer)
Developer: Binary Tweed

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03/03/2010

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Clover: A Curious Tale review

Reviewed August 09, 2010

Gary Hartley says: "Clover wraps itself up in uniqueness: its hand-drawn presentation initially promise a light and cheery game, then it forces you to peek into the shadows and, by the time you reach the ultimately sobering conclusion, you’ve found the murky darkness has suck up around you. You’re drowning in it. And there’s no longer anything you can do but despair."
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