The Fall may have been released a few weeks ago but it clearly deserved some coverage on Gamersyde. Taking its inspiration from the old sci-fi 2D games of yore (like Flashback and Another World/Out of this World), the first title of Canadian developer Over The Moon is a subtle mix of action, adventure and puzzles. What's most striking about The Fall is that it plays like a classic 2D game but it also feels a lot like a point and click. Great writing, well-crafted puzzles and excellent sound design are also part of the package deal, making Over The Moon's first project worth your time and money. A beautiful tribute to the games of the eighties and nineties that you shouldn't miss if you're a fan of the genre. Enjoy it now and look forward to their second game!
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