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We Were Here

Entdecken Sie We Were Here Together (Original Game Soundtrack) von Total Mayhem Games bei Amazon Music. Werbefrei streamen oder als CD und MP3. We Were Here ist die Pilot-Episode in einer Reihe von kooperativen, eigenständigen Puzzle-Abenteuern. Zwei Spieler sind in einer. We Were Here ist quasi eine Art Escape Room, nur im Videospielformat und online. Auf einer verlassenen Burg in einer kahlen Eislandschaft gefangen, gilt es.

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We Were Here Together. Live. Aktive Übertragung: Schauen Sie der Community beim Spielen zu. Sie können diese Übertragung nicht. We Were Here ist quasi eine Art Escape Room, nur im Videospielformat und online. Auf einer verlassenen Burg in einer kahlen Eislandschaft gefangen, gilt es. Hier findest du alle Infos zum Adventurespiel We Were Here Together von Total Mayhem Games für PC, Xbox One: Release, Gameplay und. We Were Here ist die Pilot-Episode in einer Reihe von kooperativen, eigenständigen Puzzle-Abenteuern. Zwei Spieler sind in einer. Während wir diese Eiswüste erkunden, schlägt das Unglück erneut zu. Durch den heftigen Blizzard hindurch erleuchtet eine Notfackel den. We Were Here Together. Xbox One PC. Genre: Adventure. Entwickler: Total Mayhem Games. Release: (Xbox One). Entdecken Sie We Were Here Together (Original Game Soundtrack) von Total Mayhem Games bei Amazon Music. Werbefrei streamen oder als CD und MP3.

We Were Here

We Were Here ist quasi eine Art Escape Room, nur im Videospielformat und online. Auf einer verlassenen Burg in einer kahlen Eislandschaft gefangen, gilt es. Hier findest du alle Infos zum Adventurespiel We Were Here Together von Total Mayhem Games für PC, Xbox One: Release, Gameplay und. Während wir diese Eiswüste erkunden, schlägt das Unglück erneut zu. Durch den heftigen Blizzard hindurch erleuchtet eine Notfackel den. We Were Here Das Puzzle-Adventure We Were Here Together erscheint Anfang Juni und setzt auf Zusammenarbeit und Kommunikation. Weiterlesen 1. Inklusive Mehrwertsteuer, sofern zutreffend. Ihr Shop. Entwickelt von Total Mayhem Games. Englischkenntnisse sind also von Vorteil, oder eben ein Freund zur Hand, der sich für Koop Spiele begeistern kann. Mit der Einsatzbereitschaft eurerseits und der eures Mitspielers Henny Reents Partner und fällt dieses Batman Comics. So sad. The final word: I feel like that's a long list of complaints——but really, the good aspects of this book outweighed the bad ones for me. Initially, the reader does not know what crime Miguel committed causing his arrest. I wasn't expecting to like this book much because at first the characters seemed so stereotypical. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Get A Copy. I personally wanted more reconciliation - that's all I'll say Freche Mädche 2 Stream that, I don't want to offer spoilers!

About guilt. About self-punishment, bitterness. About losing hope, and faith Yo, this book it is really a journey man. About losing hope, and faith in yourself and the world.

About hitting rock-bottom. Getting lost. And of course finding your way back. Accept things and letting them go I really love this topic, and coming of age stories, the losing and finding yourself ones But this one is quite special, with an unique voice and different story that the ones I'm accustomed.

It is slow, but you get swallowed up pretty fast and in the end you really care for the characters, even the secondary ones.

And I really liked that to me it was a surprised what Miguel did, sometimes though the story I really wanted to know, but at the same time I easily forgot I didn't know because I was so into the what was happening to him at the moment I guess you could say I had the same reaction as Rondo man.

And I really loved that he was writing, I think that writing is such a good way of coping with whatever happens in your life, although he always made very clear he wasn't writing about no feelings and girls shit like that And emotional.

It's also about family, friendship. About Latin-culture. I mean, Miguel is not mexican, he is american and his family from his dad part are mexicans but he didn't feel mexican, but he wasn't completely like every other american kid either.

Deep stuff, feeling like not-belonging anywhere. Like Rondo, would said: Wha'chu mean? I mean I just really enjoyed this. Jan 11, Phoenix Rises rated it it was amazing Shelves: great-books , young-adult-and-childrens-fiction.

This is a terrific book. It took me a while to finish it because I was reading so many other books, but I found that I would come back to this book at the right times, and could not get away from it not that I wanted to.

This book resonated with me deeply. In the end, I find this book to be both compelling and touching.

It made me cry. The book is about taking responsibility for your actions, but also about learning how to forgive yourself.

Miguel is a highly relatable character to me, as he e This is a terrific book. Miguel is a highly relatable character to me, as he eventually comes to the conclusion that to be a writer, one must be like Alice Walker who wrote The Color Purple and just write it all down, no matter how hard and painful it is, and make that connection with others via writing.

I find that to be a beautiful theme that was well encapsulated by this book. The book itself has many modern influences, such as Catcher in the Rye and Of Mice and Men books referenced in the text as Miguel's reading material , books that tell necessarily heartbreaking stories but with a huge degree of sensitivity and heart.

I find myself drawn to this book because of how well it told this story, of how the book makes you feel like you need to read this story. Miguel himself is a fascinating character that doesn't shy away from telling the truth, but paradoxically, clearly struggles through the entire book to come to terms with his past and express himself fully: Such is the plight of the writer, it would seem, to be bold and honest but also sensitive to one's own feelings, past, heritage, and destiny.

I highly recommend this book. It is a book of honesty and hope that is much needed in our culture, a raw and unflinching coming of age tale.

Jul 31, Abby rated it it was ok Shelves: teen. Reviewed for work, but this review reflects my personal, not professional opinion, of this book.

We Were Here is the journal of Miguel Castenada, who has been sent to live in a group home for something terrible that he did -- something so terrible he can't even think about it, let alone talk about what happened with anyone else.

Of course, any reader who has read a few "troubled teen" books will be able to pretty much figure out what happened after reading less than 30 pages of this book.

At t Reviewed for work, but this review reflects my personal, not professional opinion, of this book. At the home he meets Mong, a scrawny Chinese teen who may or may not be psychotic, who manages to convince Miguel, along with Rondell, a developmentally disabled black teen whom Miguel first met in juvie, to run away with him to Mexico.

The three take off, heading down the California coast on a journey that takes more than one unexpected turn and leads Miguel to places he never thought he'd travel.

I had VERY mixed feelings while reading this book. Miguel is a great character with an extremely compelling voice.

Unfortunately, not all of de le Pena's characters are as fully realized as Miguel. I was deeply troubled by the author's characterization of Rondell -- who literally embodies almost every single negative stereotype associated with African Americans in our culture.

I think de la Pena does strive to make Rondell a sympathetic and likeable character, for whom Miguel grows to feel real respect and affection by the end of the book.

But the fact that he is likeable doesn't outweigh the fact that his character is first defined and continues to be characterized by these negative traits that have a particularly racialized and very fraught history.

Beyond that issue, which pretty much colored my feelings about the entire book, I found some of the later plot developments rather unbelievable and hokey.

Despite these reservations, I will probably recommend this book to some teens -- see my professional review for more on that. Apr 27, Sarah Donovan rated it really liked it.

For upper middle and high school readers, especially boys. It's about regret, accidents, forgiveness, friendship, acceptance, remembering, resilience.

The story is the journey of three boys who escaped a group home but find their own path into the past to heal. Sep 26, Beth Honeycutt rated it really liked it.

I feel like I'm late to the party for this book. Pretty intense but worth the read. Jul 26, Kim Tomsic rated it it was amazing Shelves: ya-read.

The boys, Miguel, Rondell and Mong, begin their relationship with spit and fists flying. But somehow this group of teens form an unlikely team and escape their group home to make a daring dash to Mexico.

Along their journey of pain, humor, rejection, adventure, love and brutality they find friendship as well as some redeeming value in life.

It reminded me of a YA version of the movie Pulp Fiction, both disturbing and hilarious. I laughed, I cried, I Googled the author.

I had to know more. This book had such a hold on me after I read the last page that I was reluctant to open my next novel because I knew that would mean the experience I just invested my heart in with Miguel, Rondell, and Mong would fade.

Here's what I learned. Jan 30, bjneary rated it it was amazing Shelves: realistic-fiction , ya , multicultural-fiction , kindle.

A great pick for our Februrary book discussion this month with my librarian friends! Miguel is in juvi for a crime he doesn't reveal but he is totally guilt ridden about.

He gets into an argument with Mong, an Asian with a severely scarred face, many other problems and health issuesscary, scary kid.

When Rondell arrives; Miguel already knows him there is more of a flow to his daily life. Miguel reads lots of books, records in his journal judge's orders hangs out with and makes fun of Rondell.

It is when Mong breaks them out to escape to Mexico and get jobs, that life totally changes for the three escapees.

Miguel acts hardcore but he is hiding a lot behind his Mexican bravado. As they travel and hide to Mexico, there will be life lessons Miguel and Mong and Rondell work through as they come to terms with themselves, family, and their place in the world.

A riveting, adventure with Miguel and friends. Reluctant readers and teens who enjoy urban fiction will relate to all three characters and their dilemmas.

Mar 22, Mariah Allie rated it it was amazing. I think this was an awesome book. The details really made me interested in reading more and more.

I always wanted to read this book. It was about a boy named Miguel who got sent to Juvy for doing a "really bad thing" which tore his family apart and made his mother hate him.

Eventually his mother sent him to a group home for "rehab" and to think about what he did. At that group home he met some people for who he spent most of his time with there before he snuck out.

Something else I really enjoye I think this was an awesome book. Something else I really enjoyed about this book was that it was intense because it didn't tell you what he did until the end of the story which made me personally very excited.

I would recommend this book to people who like mysterious stories because trying to figure out for yourself what "bad thing" he did was fun.

Feb 21, Alex rated it it was amazing. This book is both gripping and disturbing in a way. It reveals the characters and details about them slowly, but this just makes you want to read the book even more, and see what happens.

He likes to hide details about characters in small or unimportant moments. The story is an exciting journey, and you need to pay attention to some moments, or even big moments can hide some important little things that can This book is both gripping and disturbing in a way.

The story is an exciting journey, and you need to pay attention to some moments, or even big moments can hide some important little things that can help you analyze or understand the story or its characters.

This novel is very sad, but the author still manages to slip in quite a bit of humor, and he talks about serious problems in a lighter way. Overall this book is completely worth your time, and the ending will definitely make you feel differently about the characters and maybe even the world around you.

Feb 21, Nico L. This book is amazing!!!! I love how it's slow paced and fast paced at once. SO here's my updated review on this book. He is supposed to write in it during his time in a group home.

Let's get started with the characters. Oh my God, the characters. I loved reading this book because I felt like I was Miguel.

I love that this was pieced to SO here's my updated review on this book. I love that this was pieced together as his journal for the group home.

It wasn't just journal entries either; Miguel has little snippets throughout his journal, like "Ways to Escape your Mind in a Group Home".

This tiny portions strewn into the journal entries give greater context into his situation, who Miguel is, and so on. Additionally, each of the characters has great depth.

Miguel is figuring out his biracial identity; his father and his family from Mexico, his mother is a white woman. He feel disconnected from his grandfather, who speaks no English, but he also doesn't pass for white.

On top of that, he's figuring out who he is, his family after what he's done, and he's struggling with forgiving himself. He's in such a mess, and he feels real when you read his entries.

Furthermore, Mong and Rondell are incredible. There are a few moments in the book where I definitely cried - I'm a pretty easy crier, though, so that's something to consider.

I don't want to spoil too much about these two characters because, honestly, their stories are my favorite I love Rondell - with two l's.

But believe me, they're heartbreaking, realistic, moving, everything. There isn't much that I found wrong with the book. The only thing that irked me was it seemed like everything was a bit rushed at the end of the story, but a lot of strings seemed left untied.

It would have been really cool to see a little more interaction - or even reflection - on Miguel's mom, or maybe some growth from Jaden he was always too bro-ish for me, even toward the end of the book It's the minute details, yes, but it makes a difference!

It's a very moving read, the characters are so vivid and real, and the story is just incredible. I don't want to give too much away, so again View 2 comments.

May 16, Laura rated it it was amazing Shelves: modern-realistic , young-adult , latin-american. It was the second time I'd heard the author, Matt de la Pena , speak.

I love his back story! And I loved this story. I really felt for Miguel even though I figured out his deep dark secret entirely too early in the story.

It's a great coming-of-age story, especially appealing to the urban gang-banger wannabe. I'm just not sure if putting it on the "Mature" shelf of my classroom is going to be enough.

The cussing was deplorable but I can overlook it for the lure of the story on my reluctant readers. I'm really more worried that parents may complain about the below the waistline action.

I'm really hoping that my students are less experienced than Miguel. I'm going to check with the school librarian before I put it out in the classroom.

If it's not appropriate for students in middle school, I'll have to pass it on to some high school student.

May 10, Guadalupe Ramirez rated it really liked it Shelves: spring I wasn't expecting to like this book much because at first the characters seemed so stereotypical.

I heard the "Mexican" in Miguel's voice, and the "Black" in Rondell. On and off throughout the book, I wondered what a Black student might think reading it- the over the top religious simpleton might be offensive.

Apart from that, I enjoyed the story of three troubled teens discovering themselves as they break away from a group home. I was moved by the scene where Miguel discovers their files, read I wasn't expecting to like this book much because at first the characters seemed so stereotypical.

I was moved by the scene where Miguel discovers their files, reads their history family, academic, criminal and then gets rid of them.

It was a nice depiction of how some kids might just need a new start I think students might enjoy this book, but I would discuss stereotypes and have them discuss why they thought the author relied on them so heavily.

Sep 25, Mrs. Scott rated it really liked it Shelves: four-star-books , ya-lit , world-literature. Likeable mixed-up kids think they need to start over, but really they need to connect with someone, grieve, and then hold onto life.

De la Pena totally gets the caught-in-the-middle aspect of being biracial, and makes us get it, too. A tough book with enough foul language and hopelessness to make me careful about recommending it--but Miguel Likeable mixed-up kids think they need to start over, but really they need to connect with someone, grieve, and then hold onto life.

A tough book with enough foul language and hopelessness to make me careful about recommending it--but Miguel is able to man up in the end, and hope is restored with reality.

Sep 07, Wendy Wallflower rated it really liked it Shelves: Apr 05, The Dusty Jacket rated it it was amazing Shelves: young-adult-fiction. I try not to do it too much because my head mostly gets stuck on bad stuff, but this time something good actually happened: the judge only gave me a year in a group home.

Said I had to write in a journal so some counselor could try to figure out how I think. So when he gave out my sentence it was almost "I can sometimes make stuff happen just by thinking about it.

Just be a ghost—invisible and non-existent. That plan was changed when he was assigned to share his room with Rondell, a big black kid that was once his cellmate in Juvi.

And then there was Mong, a skinny, tough, and silent Chinese dude with scars on his cheeks and a psycho smile. Suddenly a year seemed a whole lot longer.

And then one night, Mong asked Miguel to escape with him to Mexico. Maybe a new start away from California is just what he needed.

The author introduces us to kids like Miguel, Mong, Rondell, and others who have found themselves on the wrong side of the law for one reason or another.

Each has their own story and shows us how one wrong decision or personal tragedy can set off a series of events that ultimately lands them in a group home, juvenile detention, or jail.

We get to meet these kids and understand that many are more than the sum of their parts and just need what Miguel so urgently desires—a second chance.

Narrated by Miguel through a series of personal journal entries, this story demonstrates just how far the bands of friendship can be stretched without breaking and the value of choosing loyalty over personal desire.

Mar 19, Courtney rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.

This review ain't really gonna do this book justice but I'll try. I had the pleasure of meeting the author recently at a community literacy event.

He told the kids this was probably his favorite book he had written. Likewise most the kids said it was their favorite.

Now I understand why. It's an odyssey story of sorts about three kids in a juvie group home who decide to break out and go to Mexico. Over time we find out why they were there along with who they really are.

Miguel is the storyteller This review ain't really gonna do this book justice but I'll try. Miguel is the storyteller who also writes in his journal the whole way.

He doesn't let us in until he end. Rondell with 2 "ls" is my personal favorite. There's a bit of Lenny in him from Of Mice and Men even though he's an overgrown black kid with an innocent soul, small IQ and fierce need to protect Miguel whom he playfully calls "Mexico.

He's violent and a bit crazy but, come to find out, extremely intelligent and hiding quite a few serious things. I don't want to give much away about the plot but if you liked The Outsiders as a kid this one is gonna blow you away.

I loved these boys and despite some choices they make I found myself cheering for them all the way. It's a great all ages tale of redemption, friendship, family and accountability.

May 21, Shannon rated it liked it. This is a sad book. Teen age Miguel has landed in a group home after spending some time in juvenile hall.

He has a chip on his shoulder and the complete inability to admit to his crime - although the reader is always aware it has something to do with Miguel's older brother, Diego.

Once at the group home, a kind of psycho kid, Mong, asks Miguel to break out of the home and take off to Mexico, where they will supposedly become fishermen.

Miguel's room mate, a tall, illiterate black kid named Ronde This is a sad book. Miguel's room mate, a tall, illiterate black kid named Rondell, also comes along.

Originally, Mong's cousin says she'll drive them to Mexico; but really, she is trying to get Mong to go see his grandfather. So the boys take off on their own - convinced they can walk down the California coastline all of the way to Mexico.

Many adventures ensue -- but, the back stories are brutal and sad. All three boys come from dysfunctional families that contain varying amounts of heartbreak.

They become broke and homeless. Although they are outwardly falling apart, Miguel knows in his heart that he must do the time for his crime.

These characters will remind you that some kids lead very fucked up lives and it is not usually their fault.

Apr 09, Reese B rated it it was amazing. This is one of the best books I've ever read. I enjoyed every part of the story and felt there was never dull moment.

I'm not sure what else to say about it. I just found the book amazing. I loved how Miguel developed his thoughts and ideas throughout the story with help from Mong and even Rondell.

While reading I like try to predict what might happen next in a story. In this book was always surprised. I could never tell what would happen.

Every plot twist caught me off guard and shocked me cou This is one of the best books I've ever read.

Every plot twist caught me off guard and shocked me cough cough Mong's death. Overall if you cant already tell I absolutely love this book.

May 02, Keyona rated it really liked it. A young boy miguel who has a nice life does a bad thing in his life was perfect and everything else and one day something big happen in his life sohe got sent away from his brother and momma and he had to get his life together so he had to leave and he met friends when he left his mother house.

Then he was. But i think anybody could read this book. Feb 03, Christine Fitzgerald rated it really liked it. This is at the top of my list for diverse books.

There is nothing mainstream about this book yet the story and characters are totally relatable. Oct 19, Allison Church rated it liked it.

Not as powerful as the others I've read lately, but holds it's own. I wouldn't necessarily choose to pick this up again because some of the descriptions grossed me out a bit.

But overall the story was an uplifting and hopeful one in the end. Apr 10, Myles Messner rated it liked it. Negative: 1 out of Is definitely a short game, but it is a lot of fun for anyone looking for a co-op puzzle game.

I didn't feel like the puzzles were too Is definitely a short game, but it is a lot of fun for anyone looking for a co-op puzzle game.

I didn't feel like the puzzles were too challenging, and you definitely want to go thru it twice, once on each side of the game.

For the price free it is definitely worth it. We really liked it, I can only recommend it. It is a pity that there is not much like this game.

Extremely fun to play with a friend with a pretty unique concept. Short, but long enough to leave you satisfied and wanting more. However, Extremely fun to play with a friend with a pretty unique concept.

However, there are some bugs that may hinder game progress and a few graphical glitches that still haven't been fixed.

La storia e il gameplay invece si fondono in quanto saremo rinchiusi con un amico in due aree separate di un castello e dovremo comunicare tramite un walkie-talkie per risolvere degli enigmi, che saranno quindi divisi tra i due giocatori.

In ogni caso internet viene in soccorso in questi casi. This game is really fun to play with a friend. However this game could have been a little bit longer, I really like the puzzles in the game This game is really fun to play with a friend.

However this game could have been a little bit longer, I really like the puzzles in the game because their hard and not so easy. Is this a joke?

I played this game with my friend because you can't play alone and we finished it in an hour. An hour. It's good, that this Is this a joke?

It's good, that this is free, because what if you had to pay money for this?! I've seen youtube vlogs longer than this.

Also the gameplay is not fun, the puzzles are stupid, the optimalization is awful. I have nothing positive to say about this game, because it doesn't matter if you play with a friend and have good conversations.

That's not the merit of this game, it's the company of your folks. We made this game fun not the other way around.

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Über Valve Unternehmenslösungen Steamworks Jobs. Anmelden um dieses Spiel an Microsoft zu melden. Unser Team prüft, ob Ihre Bedenken berechtigt sind und wird ggf. Rezensionen ohne Spanier Pferd. Der Release ist für angesetzt. We Were Here Together. Systemanforderungen Minimum Ihr Gerät muss alle Mindestanforderungen erfüllen, um dieses Produkt öffnen zu können. We Were Here Was macht man? Während wir diese Eiswüste erkunden, schlägt das Unglück erneut zu. Diese Rätsel lassen Zoe Gntm 2019 jedoch nur gemeinsam lösen. Altersfreigabe USK ab 12 Jahren. Akzeptieren und weiter Mehr Infos zu Werbung und Tracking in unserer Datenschutzerklärung oder im Datenschutzinformationszentrum. Support Forum Statistik. Der erste Durchgang wird wahrscheinlich jedoch 3s.Tv länger als 2 Stunden benötigen, je nach Können hat man das Ende auch bereits nach einer Stunde erreicht. Könnt ihr die wahre Geschichte hinter dem grausamen Schicksal der gefallenen Cisco Videoguard Player enthüllen und lebendig wieder entkommen … oder werden ihre ursprünglichen Bewohner euch vorher Kino Hohenstein-Ernstthal

Mixed: 3 out of Negative: 1 out of Is definitely a short game, but it is a lot of fun for anyone looking for a co-op puzzle game. I didn't feel like the puzzles were too Is definitely a short game, but it is a lot of fun for anyone looking for a co-op puzzle game.

I didn't feel like the puzzles were too challenging, and you definitely want to go thru it twice, once on each side of the game.

For the price free it is definitely worth it. We really liked it, I can only recommend it. It is a pity that there is not much like this game. Extremely fun to play with a friend with a pretty unique concept.

Short, but long enough to leave you satisfied and wanting more. However, Extremely fun to play with a friend with a pretty unique concept.

However, there are some bugs that may hinder game progress and a few graphical glitches that still haven't been fixed. La storia e il gameplay invece si fondono in quanto saremo rinchiusi con un amico in due aree separate di un castello e dovremo comunicare tramite un walkie-talkie per risolvere degli enigmi, che saranno quindi divisi tra i due giocatori.

In ogni caso internet viene in soccorso in questi casi. This game is really fun to play with a friend. However this game could have been a little bit longer, I really like the puzzles in the game This game is really fun to play with a friend.

However this game could have been a little bit longer, I really like the puzzles in the game because their hard and not so easy.

Is this a joke? I played this game with my friend because you can't play alone and we finished it in an hour. An hour.

It's good, that this Is this a joke? It's good, that this is free, because what if you had to pay money for this?! I've seen youtube vlogs longer than this.

Also the gameplay is not fun, the puzzles are stupid, the optimalization is awful. I have nothing positive to say about this game, because it doesn't matter if you play with a friend and have good conversations.

That's not the merit of this game, it's the company of your folks. We made this game fun not the other way around. Pickens condemns!

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Add to Cart. Bundle info. Add to Account. Add all DLC to Cart. The story doesn't end here A new standalone entry in the We Were Here series, We Were Here Too is all about cooperative discovery, immersion and teamwork through communication.

You and a partner must solve puzzles through smart communication and observation. Trapped in different parts of an ancient castle, only your walkie-talkies will allow you to figure out how to escape.

As your final hour approaches, a large structure looms up in the distance - towering above the relentless storm. With nowhere else to go, you decide to enter this mysterious place, only to find yourself trapped inside… Will you be able to find a way out?

Cooperative — Your voice will have to lead the way. Placed in the shoes of explorers with only walkie-talkies in hand, you are lost in a castle frozen in time.

Immersive — The warmth of life abandoned the halls of Castle Rock long ago Immerse yourself in a thrilling experience as you and your partner puzzle your way through this abandoned fortress.

Lose yourself in brand new environments and an original soundtrack. Mysterious — We were not alone Darkness took over these once magnificent halls.

Can you discover the truth behind the grim fate of Castle Rock? Ancient secrets — There are many hidden corners to be discovered within Castle Rock A dark, twisted mystery - What are you willing to sacrifice to gain your freedom… or uncover the truth?

We Were Here Too was the first commercial release, bringing more puzzles and revealing more backstory about Castle Rock. The third game in the series, We Were Here Together , challenges players to explore the expedition base camp along with Antarctic valleys and ice caves before reaching Castle Rock.

Once you arrive, you'll find some very different areas to explore within the old citadel. The games are playable in any order or standalone.

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