Hot damn. That was wild. Very clearly wore the Lost Highway influence on your sleeve in a lot of places and that's not a bad thing.
A downloadable game for Windows and Linux
Lost Answers is a horror/thriller adventure game. It is inspired by David Lynch films (especially Lost Highway), but has an original story.
"There was a dead guy lying in my apartment. He was shot with one bullet to the head. And my memory was all blank. Was I his murderer?
The police was after me, that made things much worse. While running from the police, I met a mysterious man. He told me that he will help me to find the answers. But he asked me to do something, first.
He wanted me to kill a harlequin called Hal. I'd find him in an abandoned manor at the desert.
I had to find that harlequin called Hal. I didn't want to murder anyone, but I didn't know what our confront would lead us. Maybe I was a cold-blooded killer and I didn't know yet?"
In the manor, you will confront some mysterious characters and your past with a sadist woman, Femme Fatale.
This is actually the third chapter of an unfinished indie collaboration project. You don't need to play the previous games in order to enjoy Lost Answers. The first one is Where is He?, the second one is not released yet.
How to play?
Right-click changes the mouse mode.
Before starting the game, it is advised to make your screen 1280x720 manually.
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Pretty cool stuff!
This was a creepy and decent little point & click adventure. The graphics are nice, the story is weird and has a nice little twist. It's funny to see the developer draw from older games for inspiration. I got a creepy vibe from the evil Hal and his two faced clown demeanor. Personally I can't stand the site of clowns so when I played Clown House last hear I was both impressed and scared at the small yet clown terror game. Glad to see the developer continuing with it in someway and looking forward to see how the full game works with the chapters broken up but not requiring to play each one. All a decent little point & click game with horror elements drawn from old movies and old terrors. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.