In this episode of the Digital Nightmares podcast, we are discussing Dan’s suggestion from last week: Frog Detective 2: The Case of the Invisible Wizard. We talk about opinions about animals in games, wholesomeness as an evolving genre in the medium and who really destroyed the town parade.
Frog Detective 2:The Case of the Invisible Wizard is an indie video game developed by Worm Club and published by Grace Bruxner, serving as a sequel to the original Frog Detective game. It is a point-and-click adventure game with puzzle-solving elements, featuring a frog detective who investigates mysteries in a whimsical world filled with anthropomorphic animals. The game has charming graphics, witty dialogue, and a lighthearted sense of humour. It builds upon the formula of the original game and has received positive reviews for its engaging storytelling and delightful characters.
Recommended Media For Digital Nightmares: Resident Evil 4 Remake and Frog Detective 2: The Case of the Invisible Wizard
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