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Dear Esther VS Unmechanical

Compare Dear Esther VS Unmechanical and see what are their differences

Dear Esther logo Dear Esther

Dear Esther is an Enjoyable, Adventure, Exploration, First-person Perspective, Casual, and Single-player video game developed and published by The Chinese Room.

Unmechanical logo Unmechanical

Fun and atmospheric side-scrolling puzzle adventure.
Dear Esther Landing Page
Dear Esther Landing Page
Unmechanical Landing Page
Unmechanical Landing Page

Dear Esther details

Categories
Project Management Code Collaboration Git
Website thechineseroom.co.uk  

Unmechanical details

Categories
Project Management Task Management Realtime Backend / API
Website unmechanical.net  

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Unmechanical videos

Unmechanical Review - ZGR

More videos:

  • Review - Unmechanical Extended Review
  • Review - Unmechanical | Game Review

Category Popularity

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What are some alternatives?

When comparing Dear Esther and Unmechanical, you can also consider the following products

Kentucky Route Zero - Kentucky Route Zero is an Adventure, Puzzle, Point and Click and Single-player video game developed and published by Cardboard Computer.

Machinarium - Machinarium is independent puzzle / adventure game by Amanita Design

Samorost - Samorost 1, Adventure Game from Amanita Design

Botanicula - Botanicula is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Amanita Design.

B - B is a Free to play, Casual and Single-player Simulation developed and published by U and I.

Chuchel - comedy adventure game from the creators of Machinarium, Botanicula and Samorost.

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