Top 5 Classics of 2020 – Ep. 03 – Best Books by Genre

Top 5 Classics of 2020 – Ep. 03 – Best Books by Genre

Top 5 Classics of 2020 – Best books by genre

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//TOP FIVE CLASSICS OF 2020//
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

Honourable Mention: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Shiver: Vanishing Hitchhiker
is a great example of how things new to this genre are being developed
and taken to the point when they eventually make up a bigger part of
the game than other parts.

The
game introduces you in the very beginning to the main characters
without giving away what the story is all about. You play as a man who
seems to have met a girl from his past. The girl looked very strange. He
met her on a highway soaking wet. He dropped her to a small town and
left, but then came back to find her.

That’s
what you start with. You are exploring the small creepy town trying to
find her. The place is one of those where you wouldn’t want to find
yourself in reality.

You
will meet and interact with different characters on your quest. The
graphics are very detailed and realistic creating the needed horrifying
atmosphere together with the sounds of rain and breathing, for example.
Plus players like me will notice and appreciate that the game is
voiced at least in some parts.

You
will spend most of your time here wandering around and searching for
some items to fix something or open or breake. That is not new, but it
is obvious that the developers put a lot of efforts and time into it.

There
are also hidden object levels. They are not few, but they still don’t
feel like a major part of the game. The mini-games are present here
only in the form of a natural part of the general quest. There are
times when you are in a dark placeBusiness Management Articles, but you still need to find the
objects or just explore the area. In those cases you use your
flashlight. That was a nice fresh addition to the searches.