Port of call

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    • Port of call

      Port of call is a cool game, from what I've personally played so far. It is an indie game, with an animation style similar to Telltale games' productions. It has two endings and It was brought onto steam just this month (September, 2015) on the first.
      Here is the developer's description:

      "Imagine waking up on a small dock with no recollection of who you are or how you got there. The first person you find is a grumpy, old man who enlists you to work on his ferry boat which seems to have materialized behind you. But not all is as it seems on this strange ship, and the people you meet may know more about your past than they let on.

      Port of Call is a narrative exploration game that focuses on telling the player an immersive story. The game is an experiment in short-form storytelling in an immersive media. Interact with the ship's passengers and explore your surroundings in first person to try to uncover the secret of your past."

      The game is not incredibly long, you could probably get anywhere from 1-3 episodes, depending on how much editing you do. The game should take 1-1.5 hours to do a full playthrough.

      As the general template calls for it, here is a link to gameplay footage (there is not commentary) Right here

      Here is the download link, on steam. store.steampowered.com/app/356520
      another plus: It's free, and on a decent computer with decent internet it should only take a few minutes to download.
      Hello Detective! Taking donations for the policemen's ball?

      We don't have balls.

      I honestly have no response to that.