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10 Gnomes in Dubrovnik Review
Last Updated: 2021-05-16 12:02:01
Warning: You need to have a program capable of running an SWF file to play this game. You can click here to find one such program right here on our website.
Point and click games used to be all the craze until around the 2010s. Now, they're usually relegated to mid size productions or simple indie titles. The genre also proved incredibly popular among flash game creators, due to the relatively simple planning and programming that goes into such a game. Mateusz Skutnik is one of the best creators of the genre. He's known for his Submachine series, but he's created a lot of other series as well. 10 Gnomes is one of them. Let's look at 10 Gnomes in Dubrovnik.
To play 10 Gnomes in Dubrovnik, just run it with whatever SWF player you have.
This game once again uses the series standard of a photo as the background. This, like the other games in the subseries, changes things up in that there are multiple photos used instead of just zoomed-in versions of one - you have to explore multiple screens of an incredibly claustrophobic city. That, along with the low droning sound in the back, gives it a creepy feeling.
Despite how there are multiple areas now, the gameplay is practically the same as the main series - you click to zoom in on certain areas and try to find the 10 gnomes in the 10 minutes you're given. The areas you can zoom in to are marked by your cursor changing so it's not exactly hard. It just means it's less about observation and more about just clicking a lot.
If you're a veteran of point-and-click games, you should definitely give 10 Gnomes in Dubrovnik a try.
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