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The Path

Path, The - Cover art

A short horror game inspired by older versions of Little Red Riding Hood, The Path is a modern day story of six sisters who live in an apartment in the city. One by one their mother sends them on an errand to their grandmother, who is sick and bedridden. The teenagers are instructed to go to grandmother's house deep in the forest and, by all means, to stay on the path! Wolves are hiding in the woods, just waiting for little girls to stray. But young women are not exactly known for their obedience, are they? Will they be able to resist the tempations of the forest? Will they stay clear of danger? Can they prevent the ancient tale from being retold?

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Adventure Games by Tale of Tales

Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective -
Control Click-and-drag (mouse), Gamepad, Keyboard
Gameplay -
Genre Drama
Theme Licensed properties, Psychological
Graphic Style Stylized art
Presentation -
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media Internet download

Product Details

System Requirements

Windows XP/Vista
2 GHz processor
Radeon or GeForce-level video card of x6xx type (integrated video cards not supported)

The Path by Tale of Tales - Adventure Game

The Path is an adventure game, released in 2009 by Tale of Tales. The Path has a Stylized art style and uses a Click-and-drag (mouse), Gamepad, Keyboard control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of The Path and rate it as Unrated, meanwhile the community rating for The Path is Good.
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