If you’ve got a love for storytelling, retro graphics (in this case VERY retro, complete with a very limited color scheme), and some elements of intrigue that would feel at home in an X-Files adventure you may get a kick out of Mothmen 1966. Over the course of the story, taking on the role of multiple people you’ll experience some intrigue, some folklore and cryptid fun, a variety of puzzles (some of which work better than others), and quite a lot of reading. While the interface isn’t always terribly efficient that isn’t unusual for this sort of title so it’s at least no worse than the average. With future releases in this same vein in the works this shows some promise for people who are looking for something that feels a bit weird and pulpy to sit back with for a few hours, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Justin Nation, Score: