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Crossroad Mysteries: The Broken Deal

Average Rating 4 player reviews ( 2.3 out of 5.0 )

There is no future without knowledge of the past.

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Game Description

Desperate to find a way to medically remedy the horrendous stigmata and nightmares, Anna begins to look for the reason for her childhood suffering, which she knows nothing about. Her way lies through a small town from where she got to the asylum. Up to this moment all her memories were as though wrapped in a white shroud. What happened to Anna in her early childhood? How will she cope with what she releases from the chambers of her past?

-  HD quality
-  Various mini-games
-  Enthralling and mysterious plot
-  Different difficulty levels to choose from

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  • by EJayS on Mar 24, 2017

    I found this game to be so dark and depressing, I did not look forward to playing it. The visuals were sometimes disturbing, and the minigames ranged from too easy to impossible to figure out. See more See less

  • by anonymous on Nov 23, 2016

    I hated this game. The plot was confusing. The religious imagery included the Lord's name being repeatedly used in cursing. The gameplay involved many puzzles that were either confusing or undoable. The setting was dark with blazing fires and creepy people jumping out at you. Not for me. See more See less

  • by gbyhelios on Nov 20, 2016

    now this really is the weirdest game I've ever played. Enjoyed it, but agree that the mini-games tended to be too long and not particularly interesting. See more See less

  • by dyanedevlin on Nov 19, 2016

    Really weird game, but playable. Not much of a hint. Skipped most mini-games, thought they were just too long. Religious content was fine with me as it helped make some sense of this game. Overall, a very strange game. See more See less