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‘I Have No Mouth’ Is DotEmu’s Latest Adventure On Android

January 14, 2016 - Written By Justin Diaz

If adventure games are your thing, then DotEmu is the developer you should be watching for Android-based adventure titles. They’ve already resurrected adventure classics like The Last Express, Sanitarium, Little Big Adventure, Gobliiins Trilogy, and Another World, and today they have released another in the adventure genre called ‘I Have No Mouth.’ Like Sanitarium, this is an adventure game but has a horror theme to it, and much like many of DotEmu’s other games on the Play Store it will cost you. Luckily it isn’t as much as most games from Square Enix, (although those are worth it for the most part) and only comes in with a price tag of $3.99, which is likely quite a bit less than most people paid to play it back when this game was originally released in 1995.

In true form to their other released hits, Dot Emu has kept the lovingly crafted elements of the original game intact while adapting it especially for touchscnreen devices. Players will find the same great puzzles they’ve always known from the original, and these will be mind-boggling and challenging to newcomers. Although gameplay is touch-based no matter what, you can swap back and forth between the type of touch controls you want at any point during gameplay, as Dot Emu have integrated classic controls with a touch d-pad and buttons to match, or you can use the newly developed touch controls they’ve created for this version of the game.

I Have No Mouth features multiple endings so anyone who values the ability to replay a game more than once will absolutely adore this feature, and, the game incorporates a familiar soundtrack as well as graphics you can tweak by adding or removing the various different filters that Dot Emu has added in. The game supports multiple laanguages and you can plays any one of or all of the five characters in the game, all while being able to play in whatever order you wish. Since it’s an adventure title there should be plenty of storyline for everyone and just enough content to keep you entertained on the first playthrough, with many more hours of enjoyment for those who wish to achieve the alternate endings.