@Indrah Oh sure, here you go. Spoiler The Notebook - To The Underworld And Back Again Review from Dimi This is a very strong submission. You are a resurrected hero that enters the underworld to find the recently dead son of the goddess. The story might sound simple but is very well written. Throughout the game I thought that writing like that I usually see in professional games. Thumbs up for that. The maps are well made and there are many locations, even though you don't need to visit and explore all of them. I feel like the maps can support a game that lasts for 8+ hours if the creator wants to do that. The music and the graphic assets serve their purpose, nothing more, nothing less. What really takes the cake and deserves praise, is the mechanic of the game. In short, you collect info (notes) from the people you meet, you make corellations between them and try to take the best decision based on what you have learned. The whole mechanic can work great with an adventure game (and I see The Notebook... as an adventure game, not rpg, even though you fight the last boss). It's better if you play the game, you will understand better how deep this system is. Definitely worth playing.