Lamanna: The Looe Island Mystery
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Journey to Lamanna, through the historic 'found footage' of William H Boston. Explore the cursed island off Cornwall's coast. The Looe Island Mystery awaits as you retrace the steps of Boston, a young man who disappeared on a unexplained quest, in 1924.
Interact with 'found footage', the old film reels, to discover a dark mystery involving treasure, exploration and sea monsters. 'Play through' the last surviving footage of William's cursed adventure, scene by scene, to a shocking end.
William H Boston vanished in 1924, never to be seen again, some say 'foul play', others claim madness and isolation. What brought Boston to Cornwall? Why did he meticulously record his every activity?
Your Task:
Help us work out what happened to William, witness the strange and disturbing footage, and solve the mystery that surrounds Lamanna, the ancient name for the island.
History:
In 1924 a man arrived on Looe Island, an uninhabited wooded rock, off the coast of Cornwall, in England. He took with him some bare essentials, a few supplies, and a customised film camera, to capture 'moving pictures'. He documented his stay, each passing chore and action, for reasons unknown. The films form a perfect, captured moment in history, as film was new and 'experimental'. Why film the Island so meticulously? For what purpose? Looking for something?
There has always been talk of treasure on the Island, from local gossip to blockbuster movies. The Island does boast a strong history of pirates, smugglers and skulduggery, but any treasure hunt, or archaeological search has proved fruitless, though few have tried. For it is said the Island is CURSED. That's right, shiver me timbers and all that pirate fun, but Looe Island is a very real place, with ghosts, legend and a history from before written word. There are skeletons beneath the soil, and lost buildings, created by monks, long long ago. Now the place is quiet, as it was in the 1920's, when the 'found footage' was shot and captured, before being sent overseas.
Features:
Explore the 'footage' of Lamanna Island, surrounding Seas and nearby coast.
A period 'Found Footage' mystery in a classic style 'point and click' adventure game style.
Solve a myriad of puzzles and enigmas.
Discover an island of dark mystery and dangerous curses.
Repeat the actions of Boston as he films the investigation.
Learn what happened to William H Boston.
Reveal the dark mystery involving treasure, exploration and sea monsters.
Single Player.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENT

Minimum:
OS:
Windows 7, 8, 10
Processor:
3.0 Ghz
Memory:
6 GB RAM
Graphics:
1 GB nVidia Geforce GT460 or equivalent
Additional Notes:
Wide Screen monitor required

Journey to Lamanna, through the historic 'found footage' of William H Boston. Explore the cursed island off Cornwall's coast. Retrace the steps of a young man who disappeared in 1924. 'Play through' surviving footage to discover a dark mystery involving treasure, exploration and sea monsters.
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Languages: English
Developer: Darkling Room
Publisher: Darkling Room
GAME FEATURES
Single-player
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