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<p>Minimalism in gameplay is an interesting concept across different genres. Sometimes this can be seen as a loss of depth or 'dumbing down' the experience. But it also has the effect of opening an otherwise off-putting genre to new players. Ord. is the latest game to be published by Crescent Moon Games and looks to take this simpler approach with a text-based adventure.</p><p>What does that look like for a text-based game then? Well, to put it simply, there are far fewer words than you might normally expect, which means less time spent reading. Developer Stuffed Wombat describes Ord. as a tiny text adventure where each story is told three words at a time.<p>Ord. is releasing TOMORROW!! ????Which means today is the last day to get it for 50% off!! ?Get excited for this minimalist, text adventure game on #IOS!?????? https://t.co/oHteQoYq4G@fakefrogsonly @yyamDev @wombatstuff #gamedev #indiegame #iOS #Android pic.twitter.com/7DU9kNXxvu— Crescent Moon Games ???? (@CM_Games) August 18, 2020That means you'll see one word that describes your current scenario and then you'll receive two options. Once you've chosen, another word will pop-up on the screen that lets you know the outcome. For instance, if the word is 'Alarm' your options would be 'Wake' or 'Snooze'. If you select 'Wake' the word Quest appears on the screen, letting you know your journey has begun.</p><p>You can check out a few more examples in the trailer above. Essentially, the game aims to make the genre much more fast-paced than we're used to, removing the endless reams of text you sometimes see in decision-led games. It's certainly an interesting idea and Ord. promises four different stories to experience in this more minimalistic way. </p><p>Ord. Is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium game that costs $1.99. Alternatively, if you're a PC player who stumbled upon this article, you can also pick the game up on Steam.</p>Enjoy narrative-driven games? Here are 5 of the best that released in 2019 for iOS and Android
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<p>Burly Men At Sea may give the initial impression of being rugged and tough, but it's far from.</p><p>Its colours are light and friendly, its graphics are curvy, and it's actually quite cute-looking.</p><p>It has to be, as this is the signature style of husband-and-wife team Brain&Brain. That's the team who previously gave us charming adventure game Doggins.</p><p>This time around the dreams and space antics of Doggins have been dropped in favour of "a folktale about a trio of large bearded fellows on a fantastical adventure at sea."</p><p>You'll be playing as a storyteller and wayfinder for the Brothers Beard, pushing events forward with the fruits of your curiousity.</p><p>Burly Men At Sea will be coming to iOS, Android, and PC in 2015.</p><p>Let's hope that it contains the same wondrous feel of Doggins, but perhaps lasts a little longer. Our main criticism of Doggins in our review was that it was short, you see.</p><p>You can keep an eye on Burly Men At Sea's development on its website and blog.</p>A SNAKE, having made his hole close to the porch of a cottage, inflicted a mortal bite on the Cottager's infant son. Grieving over his loss, the Father resolved to kill the Snake. The next day, when it came out of its hole for food, he took up his axe, but by swinging too hastily, missed its head and cut off only the end of its tail. After some time the Cottager, afraid that the Snake would bite him also, endeavored to make peace, and placed some bread and salt in the hole. The Snake, slightly hissing, said: "There can henceforth be no peace between us; for whenever I see you I shall remember the loss of my tail, and whenever you see me you will be thinking of the death of your son."<p>AppyNation's latest iOS game is Dr. Quizington, a trivia and adventure game in which you'll attempt to find the source of the River Nile.</p><p>Yeah, good luck with that - you do realise that top scientists spent years trying to complete that task. The apparent source of the Nile is still up for debate, too.</p><p>But, hey, at least you get to travel around Africa in the 19th century with a band of kooky companions.</p><p>You'll also need to answer thousands of multiple choice trivia questions to succeed in your many quests, piecing together an ancient map, too.If you think you've got enough knowledge and know-how to help Dr. Quizington, download the game for free on the App Store.</p><p>Oh, and send me a postcard, won't you?</p>
<p>It's been a busy E3 for leaks and this latest one, a post that went up a little too early at Digital Spy, is bringing us something cool - Star Trek: Bridge Crew, a four-player cooperative VR game that'll be taking place in the JJ Abrams Star Wars Universe.</p><p>We don't know too much about the game now, beyond that it'll be the first ever virtual reality game to be created by Ubisoft and developer Red Storm Entertainment. It'll be a four-player game that casts players as either the captain or an officer in the Tactical, Engineer or Helm aboard the starship Aegis, which will be 90% similar to the Enterprise.</p><p>So far it sounds like a VR version of Artemis Spaceship Bridge simulator, which itself was heavily inspired by Star Trek, so we've come full circle, but this time with VR headsets on and full motion tracking with hand controllers so you can wave at each other.</p><p>There will be randomly generated missions as well as a story campaign and it'll have a mix of ship-to-ship combat but also some exploration too. Star Trek: Bridge Crew is due towards the tail end of this year and you'll be able to play it on the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive.</p><p>We should see more Monday night at Ubisoft's E3 press conference.</p>