Forgotten City It is a murder mystery for an entire city: when someone sins, in this ancient Roman city, everyone dies. And it’s out of the day, if you want that weight on your shoulders.
When a single sin has severe and irreversible consequences — for everyone other than the safe player in their time loop at least — there is intense anxiety and secrecy about what constitutes a sin, as Edwin explores in his review: “Everyone you meet in the game — from locked Christians to house slaves — Busy with these questions, overwhelmed by anxiety about the actions of other characters with different beliefs or value systems. Looming over it all, that temple, the stifling sentinel that far from the care of a bona fide spirit, everyone teeters on the brink of civil war.”
Although based on the Skyrim mod of the same name, The Forgotten City has been completely rebuilt, with new characters, quests, endings and twistsFor players familiar with the original version. For everyone else: There’s a time loop to exploit, 23 murders to solve, and Historically accurate world building based on food.
The Forgotten City is available at steam With a launch discount of £17.54.