The Longest Journey
This Line From a walkthrough which one of our readers found somewhere online expertly sums up The Longest Journey. "You see a blue small orifice. Click on it and use 'mouth' and you'll get a large orifice. Enter it"
So that doesn't sum it up at all, but it raises a titter or two regardless. The I reason you were applying your mouth to an orifice was because you play April I Ryan, a moony twentysomething living in a dystopian future who ends up, in a roundabout way, being chased by various I security forces, and eventually toppling into another dimension and being the saviour of all beings etc etc.
For adventure game fans, it's a classic and rightly so. It might suffer a little from rigidly adhering to the Longest part of the name, with extended dialogue to make the brain melt and lots of relatively difficult puzzles, but it's all adventure goodness and for that reason it remains a firm favourite of all who've played it.
Just a pity they tossed things up for the sequel - Dreamfall - which was nowhere near as good as the original. And where the hell I are those 'episodes' we were promised years ago?
Processor: PC compatible, P-100
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode