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The Blackwell games are old school point-and-click adventures from indie developer Dave Gilbert, who grew up playing Sierra's Gabriel Knight games and reading New York crime writer Lawrence Block. Four installments have released for PC since 2006: The Blackwell Legacy, Blackwell Unbound, Blackwell Convergence, and Blackwell Deception. Though each game has its own self-contained story and investigative gameplay, the series has also followed Rosa's transition from skeptical newbie to seasoned medium. The Blackwell Epiphany is likewise designed to stand on its own while providing bittersweet closure for players who have been with Rosa and Joey from the beginning.
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