In 2012, The Chinese Room made a name for themselves with the lovely Dear Esther, an experimental new way to tell stories in games. Now this talented team demonstrate their exceptional craft with a beautiful and elegiac story about the end of the world.
The Girl on the Train
Rachel Watson imagines perfect lives for people she sees from the train on her daily commute. One day she witnesses something that doesn’t match her imagined fantasies and is compelled to get involved.
A pitch-perfect mystery adventure set in 1980s small-town America. Influenced by early Spielberg, Stephen King and John Carpenter, this is a love-letter to all those 80s films that shaped my childhood.
Our Endless Numbered Days
Peggy Hillcoat is abducted by her own father and forced to live in a remote wood cabin for nine years. Part psychological drama, part survivalist adventure, this debut novel is a bleak exploration of mental collapse.
My Memories of a Future Life
When injury stops Carol Lear playing piano, she believes her life as a musician is over. For those who live to make music, what is their life when the music can no longer be made?
When the answers to your life are found in a terrifying wilderness, you may want to avoid the questions and stay at home. VanderMeer’s creepy tale of Area X is weird, fascinating and deeply unsettling.