Review: Unholy Adventure unlock the mysterious story
May 17th, 2021
Mysterious, gloomy city, full of creepy zombie and scary games better than any crime scene investigation
Epic apartment full of retro games and riddles
A mesmerizing electronics store with unexplained secret stories
Dangerous city sewers overrun by mutant giant rats
Unholy Neighborhood is a point-and-click adventure game with hundreds of plot puzzles, rich with mystery and secret stories. Unholy Neighborhood by Dali Games, which was launched on May 17, 2021, will provide you with a unique experience of story-rich adventure with a sense of surrealism in the world of the point-and-click adventure genre.
If you enjoy mystery stories, get to know Peter Grim, the protagonist of Unholy Neighborhood 2021, a story-driven point-and-click adventure game.
Peter’s wife was kidnapped, but who did it? What’s the deal with this odd storm? What caused the city to be overrun by enormous rats? These secrets will be revealed in this free story mode adventure game. In a bizarre world full of nostalgic atmosphere and memorable characters, embark on a risky quest packed with hidden stories and riddles to save Peter’s wife. Trust us when we say that this story-driven point-and-click adventure will stay with you for a long time.
We enjoyed the artwork, plot, ambiance, fascinating concept, and the idea behind the game, and we’ve had a great time with it thus far. The game is entertaining, but you must purchase the other parts to continue; you can only play part one for free. We bought the second installment of the game, and it’s fantastic, but the first chapter is so short that we think it might use a little more information to immerse the user and whet their hunger for the next. We’re eagerly expecting more; we love the atmosphere and setting; the tale has a lot of potentials; and if the writing stays as clever as this, we’re in for a treat! The interface is well-designed, with no monotonous tapping till we find what we’re looking for, and the artwork and animation are both excellent. The figures’ faces and other body parts, however, are a little too sharp in our opinion. They were smooth in the Lucid Dream adventure game, for example, and we think it’s better. Nonetheless, this game is amazing, and in comparison to Lucid Dream Adventure, it has more detailed drawings. Fortunately, developers will continue to build high-quality games like this, and they should also lower the price so that everyone can afford it.