Indie Intermission – ‘Beneath The Tunnels Deep’ A Fun Reference Filled Point And Click

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Today I look at Beneath The Tunnels Deep, a game created for Fuck This Jam a few months back by the highly creative Team Infinite Cats. Beneath The Tunnels Deep is a point and click misadventure game which brings in a great deal of pop culture references from the start.

Like any good adventure game you are placed in a situation from which you must escape and in doing so leads you on a journey of exploration and horror. Beneath The Tunnels Deep is full of humour and great little jabs at the genre throughout whether it be from picking up a coat or figuring out some puzzle with a coat hanger it works very well.

Along with the compelling gameplay the overall aesthetic choice is minimalistic but great. It really brings out the game and only adds to the many zany situations you come across.

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Average play time – 8 minutes

If you have ever played a point and click adventure game Beneath the Tunnels Deep is a great choice due to its satirisation of the genre. That said, it does still stand up very well on its own and the game can be enjoyed for its own merits also.

Beneath The Tunnels Deep can be played here.

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Raised on C&C, Theme Hospital, and Dungeon Keeper it was inevitable I would become a strategy nerd... and Sci-Fi (I love Sci-Fi). Board gaming is my second love (after video games of course). Find me on Twitter @alexwilkinson