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Blue Lacuna

Blue Lacuna (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Mac
Tags: Adventure, Text
Developer: Aaron Reed


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Blue Lacuna review

Reviewed October 24, 2010

Jonathan Stark says: "Donít think that Blue Lacuna works simply because it doesnít have graphics or a bunch of explosions, though. Not all Interactive Fiction can claim to have achieved what Blue Lacuna does. This isnít some throwback to sensibilities that have long gone out of style. This isnít typing ďeast, west, and open chestĒ in a meaningless dungeon romp with some comedy thrown in. This is serious writing. This is next generation programming. This is gaming that is inspirational and lasting."
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