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Beacon Pines Free Download Repacklab Beacon Pines is a cute and creepy adventure set within a mysterious book. You play as both the reader of the book and its main character, Luka. Something strange is happening at the old warehouse, and Luka and his friends seem to be the only ones taking notice. Sneak out late, make new friends, uncover hidden truths, and collect words that will change the course of fate! While helping Luka investigate the strange goings-on in Beacon Pines, you’ll collect special golden charms, each with a word engraved on it. These charms can be used at certain turning points in the story to fill in a blank word and drastically change everything that follows. As the book’s reader, you’ll navigate the story’s turning points using. SEXY GAMES

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Beacon Pines looks cute off the cuff, populated with animal characters and its paintbrush storybook aesthetic, but like the town itself has darker layers underneath. Not too dark and not too scary, but it’s definitely a story about swearing pre-teens, grief, bullying, and the sticky insecurities of friendship. Luka’s mom is missing, Rolo’s family farm is struggling, and their fresh third accomplice Beck resents always being the new kid because of her mom’s job. The Chronicle: an interactive story tree that branches and grows along with your choices. Exploring one set of events can unlock new charms to use on another branch, leading you to jump back and forth between entirely different versions of the story in order to unravel the mysteries at the heart of Beacon Pines.

Beacon Pines You control Luka, a twelve-year-old who possesses several main character tragedies.

His Dad died six years ago in mysterious circumstances, his Mum has recently gone missing, and he now lives with his inattentive Gran. You’ll advance the story by steering Luka around town and talking to the other residents of Beacon Pines most of which haven’t been faring much better in recent years, since an event called the “Foul Harvest” caused the local fertiliser company that employed half the town to go bankrupt. Now a new company called Perennial Harvest has moved to town, run by the grinning, too-slick William Kerr. That ought to sound like a familiar bundle of tropes, and sure enough Beacon Pines hits the beats you’re expecting. There’s a new kid in town called Beck who joins your gang and jealousy ensues. Blazing Sails

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there are town bullies to be tussled with, and sure enough, not all is what it seems within the bucolic farming community. Playing Beacon Pines made me think about Spielberg, ET, The Goonies; you may well think of Stranger Things. Familiarity like this often bores me (I ditched Stranger Things during season two), but Beacon Pines delivers in two key ways. First of all – and this might sound like faint praise – but its writing has integrity. Characters make jokes when appropriate, but those jokes are never winking, referential or glib. Even when the game lets you twist the narrative in wild new directions, character arcs remain believable and Luka, Rolo and the cast’s emotions and conflicts are thoroughly down-to-earth regardless of whatever outlandish scenario you’ve thrown them into.

It is you, the player, who is shifting between these timelines and not Luka.

This means you know things your protagonist does not. I’d have loved to see this wrung for more tension, forcing you to steer Luka toward dangers in one timeline despite what you’ve learned from another, but there’s little opportunity for that kind of interplay. Think of the narrative as a tree with branches – which is how the game visually depicts it within the pages of the in-game book – but it’s a tree where the branches are all really far apart. This means you’re always on a wild ride, and always discovering new, interesting facets of the cast and the central mysteries, but what you learn in one doesn’t necessarily inform anything about what you as the player choose to do in another. I’m using words like “choose” Imp of the Sun

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because, in these pivotal moments, you do literally select which word to drop into the story next, but it’s debatable how much agency you really have. There aren’t that many charms to find and each can only be used in one place in the story, for starters. Those words also offer no indication of what impact they might make on the story. In one instance, you choose whether rain should get worse or stop. In another, you choose whether Beck should tickle your bullies or simply act “strange”. These decisions are a butterfly flap that produce completely unknowable consequences. They felt real, and it ultimately made it easy to invest in them. This is the first major decision that splits the choose-your-own style adventure Beacon Pines down the center.

This all plays out as a third-person adventure, set within a storybook.

An ever-present (and wonderfully acted) narrator delivers the story with her mellifluous tones, setting up the scene and then letting you play. As you chat with the locals, run errands, read comics in the library, and discover gruesome gelatinous glowing goo in the woods, you will occasionally be asked to make a significant choice. Do you respond to a situation of danger with “Hide,” “Chill,” or “Ponder”? Each new option is bestowed with what the game calls a “charm,” added to your collection when someone utters a key word during encounters, some pivotal, some just for fun diversions. Whichever you choose opens a new (Iiteral) branch in the storybook, which could lead to a (literal) dead end, or advance the story in a unique direction, or a combination of the two. (It’s a very literal game.) Salt 2: Shores of Gold

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The sweet-faced presentation, along with the silken narration, belies a peculiarly sinister game, in which danger and death are never far away from these cutesy besties, and their growing gang of companions. What very much appears like a child-friendly game will quickly reveal itself to be otherwise, not just with its use of cursing (indeed, “Shit” is one of those charms that can be used in a few situations), but also with the overriding foreboding that permeates throughout. The stunning hand-drawn art adds to this veneer of fairytale safety, making the twists and turns of the plot all the more delightfully jarring. It’s just a bit more interactive than a full-on visual novel—mostly walking, talking, and inspecting objects—but with a cozy horror level of intensity.

Add-ons (DLC): 

 Artbook Collector’s Edition Steam Sub 441834 Steam Sub 441833

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7
Processor: 1.8GHz+
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: 1GB
Storage: 500 MB available space

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10
Processor: 2GHz+
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: 2GB
Storage: 500 MB available space