The Journey Down is one of the best-looking games around, thanks to its exquisite hand-crafted visuals. The first chapter of the point-and-click adventure has been available for ages, but the second chapter is finally on the way, and it looks great.
Skygoblin's lovingly handcrafted point-and-click adventure The Journey Down hasn't been ported to the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. No, it just sort of wandered in, bobbing its head to some sexy jazzy reggae, and made itself right at home.
I'm a sucker for a classic point-and-click adventure game. The LucasArts adventures of the early 1990s are how I fell in love with gaming, and to this day remain the biggest influence on my taste in digital worlds. So whenever I see a new entry in the genre appear, I have to jump on it. The most recent to catch my…
Indie adventure game The Journey Down, which has actually been available in various versions for a while now, but today sees the release of a "HD" version which turns the formerly low-fi experience into something a little shinier.
Despite my oft-professed love for classic adventure games and new iterations on the genre, The Journey Down slipped completely under my radar until this week.