Sci-Fi point ‘n’ click Clarisse hits Steam Greenlight with playable demo available

Posted February 22, 2017

Spanish indie developers Not Human Games have put their intriguing sci-fi adventure game Clarisse on Steam Greenlight. A free demo is also available that will allow anyone interested to get a hands on with the game.

Players will be taking the role of Clarisse, an artificial intelligence that was created to help and support Dr. Matt in his efforts to lead humanity to a new era.

If there is one thing I like, it’s point and click adventure games, and Clarisse just may be the game I have been looking for. With the game drawing inspiration from Papers Please (one of my personal favourite games) and the art team being formed by two of the artists for Gods Will Be Watching, Clarisse is a game to keep a close eye on.

For more info and a more in-depth look, check out the Steam Greenlight page.



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