Batman The Enemy Within

Batman The Enemy Within – Point and Click Game!

Batman The Enemy Within – Your New Point and Click Game!

Batman The Enemy Within is the sequel of the hugely successful “The Telltale Series”. Published by Telltale Games and distributed by Warner Bros, the game follows an episodic format.

Both Bruce Wayne and his alter ego are forced into situations and roles that they have yet to experience. An old foe in The Riddler has returned to wreck havoc on Gotham City, while gruesome his puzzles may be. While is something a lot worse going on within Gotham City.

A players actions by either dialogue and physical effects the story of Batman The Enemy Within immensely. Yet a player will be approaching as Bruce Wayne or Batman, players have to decide what to do to move the story forward.

Batman The Enemy within follows a similar run to that of Netflix TV shows, releasing episodes in monthly intervals.

1 “The Enigma” August 8, 2017
2 “The Pact” October 3, 2017
3 “Fractured Mask” TBA 2017
4 “What Ails You” TBA 2018
5 “Same Stitch” TBA 2018


Bathman The Enemy Within is available on Xbox One, Playstation 4, Microsoft Windows, Android and iOS. So you have got no excuse to not check it out!

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Kill A Bit: Stranger Things Point and Click

99 out of a hundred times, the missing kid is with a parent or relative.This is about that one other time.”

Freely available demo available online inspired by Stranger Things you play as police chief Jim Hopper in the early parts of the series searching for clues about why Will Byers is missing! Its very short and is a one-room, point and click adventure game and is created by Steven Alexander, James Mulvale & Jon Taylor-Stoll of Infamous Quests.

We advise that you give this a go after you have watched the series as it really wouldn’t make sense if you were to just pick up and play the game. Funk Butcher described it as an accessory to the TV show, complementing the whole mood and vibe of the show well, yet not giving anything away from the main story. Even being produced in an 8-bit style it embellishes the whole 80’s retro setting that Stranger Things has.

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