Gemini Rue

Genre: Adventure, Point-and-click

Platforms: Mac, PC (Microsoft Windows)

Gemini Rue is a neo-noir classic adventure game from the creator of acclaimed Blackwell Series, Wadjet Eye Games. The game features:

- Over 60 hand-drawn backgrounds
- A moody, film noir atmosphere
- Control both Azriel and Delta-Six
- An innovative investigation system
- A gripping sci-fi mystery

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81Good65
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acnari
8 reviews

Alright 84%

Gemini Rue has a deep and thought-provoking storyline. It suggests a massive world with a beautiful back-story, while restraining itself from telling too much of that back-story, so that the game is not bogged down in needless dialogue and reading. This provides the game with a dark and mysterious feel, contributing to the overall feel of the game. The graphics, as I mentioned in my introduction, contribute a great deal to the feel of the game. T... Read More
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kala
1 reviews

This jewel has a paper wrapping: its outward appearance comes from the early 90s, with the difference that the designers are well aware of their work's generic conventions. This makes Gemini Rue an extremely pleasant piece to play, watch, and listen. The interface is simple, yet enables puzzles that make progress uncertain, just enough to make you feel you're challenged. The pixels are simple, yet the neo noir atmosphere is as smooth as the mon... Read More

Storyline

Azriel Odin, ex-assassin, arrives on the rain-drenched planet of Barracus. When things go horribly wrong, he can only seek help from the very criminals he used to work for.

Meanwhile, across the galaxy, a man called Delta-Six wakes up in a hospital with no memory. Without knowing where to turn or who to trust, he vows to escape before he loses his identity completely.

As fate brings these two closer together, we discover a world where life is cheap, identities are bought and sold, and a quest for redemption can change the fate of a whole galaxy.