Freja and the sequel

4.7
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Teen
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About this game

Freja and the sequel is a classic click-point-adventure that mixes humor, horror and surrealism.

The introverted computer nerd Freja is forced (at gunpoint) to develop a sequel to the classic game "Crystal Raven Quest". Along the way, Freja meets crazy characters, solves challenging puzzles, and is haunted by a frightening shadow creature resembling herself.

"Freja and the sequel" is not a game for kids. It contains:
* Strong language.
* Violence and horror elements.
* References to drugs.
* Lots of screwed up humor.

If you get stuck - check out the full walkthrough at:
http://biscuitplacebo.com/freja_and_the_sequel/Freja_and_the_sequel_walkthrough.txt
Updated on
Dec 16, 2014

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4.7
1.33K reviews
A Google user
January 23, 2019
The testing ground that led to the masterpiece that is the You. Me. series. While this one is a little rough in its execution, it still earns the 5 stars and is a must play for anyone who enjoyed his other 2 games. The same ability to use all the details (visuals, dialogue, sound design, etc.) to create a coherent story and "feel" is present here just like in his other games.
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Ben Z
December 15, 2020
Awesome and very entertaining story, flawless gameplay and overall a unique concept. And the whole thing is down to a single talent who also happens to be a great music composer and obviously is kind enough to provide this ads-free masterpiece at no cost. Thank you!
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Soham Sengupta
July 25, 2020
Don't know why I didn't get to this one sooner, cause just like the other two games this is a very fun experience. Yeah it's closer in length to You. Me. Hell., and it's a bit more out there conceptually but I kind of enjoy that extra eccentricity. Great experience overall, with everything I expect from a Biscuit Placebo point and click title.
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What's new

* Better support for really small screens.
* Better support for really big screens.
* Lots of minor fixes.