Open Roads Preview
Posted: 11 days ago, last updated 9 days ago.
The game is about the girl, Tessa, and what she discovers through her investigations but it's also about how she bonds with her mother as they go on this trip together. Open Roads is an interactive story where you progress through the game as more about her grandma's secret life is revealed.
Playing from the perspective of the girl, you pick up and move things in different directions to uncover and expose flaws in the letters and pictures about her grandma. Then in the journey to the next destination you can relax in the car, fiddling with the radio and chatting with your mum.
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