Sometimes coming home brings more questions than answers…
Kathy Rain is a beautiful and nostalgic homage to the classic point-and-click adventure genre of games, built seamlessly for your touchscreen device. Search for clues and solve puzzles in a compelling small-town drama set in the mid-1990’s.
After learning of her grandfather’s untimely passing, Kathy Rain, a strong-willed journalism student, returns to her hometown for the first time in many years to pay her respects — but things are not what they seem. An air of mystery surrounds the circumstances of Joseph Rain’s death, involving unsolved investigations and disturbing behavior from the locals, driving Kathy to vow to uncover the truth for her widowed grandmother.
As she follows a trail of clues he left behind, questions emerge… What was Joseph Rain really looking for that night all those years ago? What turned him into a mere shell of a man, confined to a wheelchair? What secret did a suicidal young artist take with her to the grave, and why are so many people in Conwell Springs going mad? Armed with her motorcycle, a pack of smokes, and her sharp wit, Kathy soon discovers that the truth is more dark and sinister than she ever imagined…
CLASSIC NOSTALGIC GAMEPLAY
An homage to timeless point-and-click adventure games like King’s Quest with beautiful hand-drawn pixel art design, complete with classic 4:3 resolution.
UNCOVER THE MYSTERY
Use your keen intuition to discover clues, piece together evidence, and connect the dots in a mysteriously compelling narrative set in a small-town backdrop in the mid 90’s.
Immerse yourself in a sublime original music score and over 4,000 lines of English dialogue, voice directed by Dave Gilbert of Wadjet Games.
Kathy Rain is developed by Clifftop Games and published by Raw Fury.
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What they said...awesome.
I thought, 'ugh another plodding mystery adventure game (which isn't bad, but I tend to be impatient).
Such beautiful atmosphere, amazing voice acting (seriously good) and I don't know the word for it, but the mixture of pixel art with soft effects and lighting worked so well. Oh and the music is so good, it's haunting, never annoying or repetitive.
I had no idea this was pretty dark and definitely not PG, there's a lot of cursing and some dark events.
The puzzles (for me) were very very original and difficult, made you want to get out a pen n paper and scribble to figure it out. There were not many puzzles but the ones there were so well thought out, never monotonous. I really enjoyed the detailed environment (objects to interact with, things to examine.) The length was satisfying.
It was really really good. I did use a walk through occasionally because I'm lazy and sometimes I got tired of tracking over the same sites over n over.
Only issue: on the IPad there is some glitch in certain locations which when you push to see 'hot spots', they are overlapped and in the wrong places. I saw this in many rooms.
Great storyline but the game isn’t for me
As I said, the storyline is really great. The artwork is also very good. The character’s physical movement was not super fluid but detailed. The game has a lot of dialog and sometimes you're just sitting there not doing anything while they talk. It reminds me of Blackwell. The game kind of leads you around at times so I felt like it was playing without me here and there. On an iPhone, it was sometimes hard to find the exact spot to click as objects were small. a few unintuitive puzzles. It was a good mystery that you don’t really solve yourself, the game does, and somewhat slow moving because of the way you get from place to place. Some good merits here and while I enjoy this type of game, I prefer Thimbleweed Park, Macinarium, Yesterday, Inner World and Pendulo Studios type better.
Deep story, great visuals, some navigation tough on iPad
I read some great reviews, and found the game to be worth the price. It has a lot of deep history in several of the characters, good flow, and the graphics are wonderfully done.
It was hard to navigate through some scenes on the I-pad. When trying to talk to a character, I couldn’t always pick what
I wanted to say because the options were overlapped by the action button. Once
I picked the action to talk, it would also register the sentence directly under the action button.
It also wouldn’t give me all the actions properly. When I would drag an item to show to someone, it would register that I was using it on the person, which didn’t make sense, and wouldn’t work.
As a side note there are a few topics that may be difficult for some gamers, and I would not recommend playing this game around small children if swearing is not a normal thing in your home. There are several that are really offensive to some people.
I do wish that there had been a little more interaction with some of the scene items, even if it didn’t further the plot.
- Raw Fury AB
- 540.7 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2016 Raw Fury AB
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.