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  • Cat Quest
  • The Council
  • Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair
  • Graveyard Keeper - Stranger Sins
  • The Last Crown: Midnight Horror
  • Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom
  • Zero Escape: The Nonary Games
  • The Stillness of the Wind
  • Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones
  • The Messenger
  • Supraland
  • Hitman 2
  • Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice
  • Felix the Reaper
  • Yuppie Psycho
  • Sigma Theory
  • Don't Escape: 4 Days to Survive
  • Blair Witch

All links should open in a new tab besides the list tags. I waited way too long to write about these, which I played from May to July.

  • Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

    73 hours playtime

    38 of 38 achievements

  • Midnight Mysteries 3: Devil on the Mississippi

    10 hours playtime

    12 of 16 achievements

  • Nancy Drew: Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon

    13 hours playtime

    no achievements

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

Detectives! Mystery! Murder! Good Reads Japan LMAO Quarantine School Very Long

I played this during quarantine/lockdown, and it was fitting because the characters in this game are locked down. Literally, with metal plates bolted to all the windows. It was silly fun with gameplay in the vein of Phoenix Wright. If one student kills another, you have to have a class trial to determine who did the crime. Each character is the "Ultimate" at this or that thing, traits I thought were under utilized in some of the murder solutions. The extra mode when you beat the game is long and boring after the first time, yet you have to do it multiple times just for a few extra disappointing lines of text per character.

Midnight Mysteries 3: Devil on the Mississippi

Achievement Clean Up At Least Somewhat Historic Detectives! Mystery! Murder! England, My Lionheart Ghosts Literary Ties New England Renaissance Short Time Travel and Loops USA Victorian Won on SteamGifts

Part of this hidden object game is set somewhat near me, where Mark Twain grew up in Missouri and where his Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn novels are set. You have to help his ghost, and it involves going to London and messing with Shakespeare's ghost, too. This seems to be in reference to Twain's short book called Is Shakespeare Dead?

House in which Mark Twain grew up in Hannibal, Missouri.

Nancy Drew: Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon

At Least Somewhat Historic Detectives! Mystery! Murder! Educational Food Ghosts Literary Ties Road Trips & Travelogues Short USA West

As Nancy Drew, you take an old steam train associated with mysterious deaths and disappearances to solve an Old West mystery. You learn about different gem stones and samplers, sort taffy, fulfill burger orders, figure out which doll is which, all while putting together some big contraption on the train that might lead to treasure...or trouble. It's up to you as Nancy Drew. You've got a trumped up cop, a bitchy romance author, a Paris Hilton wannabe, a ghost hunter, and the Hardy Boys with you.