Eurogamer’s Christian Donlan explores the eclectically eerie with a “Recommended” review of Mothmen 1966, the first visual novel in a series inspired by mid-20th century pulp fiction and ‘80s home computer graphics from publisher Chorus Worldwide and developer LCB Game Studio. Mothmen 1966 is available now on PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam, as well as Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

“…Finally Mothman gets the game he deserves. And guess what, it’s weird and playful and unexpected.”

“More than anything it reminds me of nights spent around friends’ houses, as we all picked through the Galapagos archipelagos of weird shareware software they had somehow accrued from places unknown. …The game may be a willing throwback, but it is very modern about tracking decisions and signaling where there are interesting absences you might wish to re-explore.”

Check out Eurogamer’s full review here. For more information on Mothmen 1966, please check out the official website, follow Chorus Worldwide and LCB Game Studio on Twitter, and search #Mothmen1966 on social media to join the community.