Willy Morgan And The Curse Of Bone Town is a retro-modern point and click adventure game from Imaginarylab. A demo has been available on Steam for a while now, and with the game's release today on Steam, here's a brief review and gameplay rundown. \n \nThis game is a throwback to point-and-click classics, with its overt references to Monkey Island and the retro 90s games that were the foundation of the genre. However, it is also distinctly modern - the gameplay is smooth and the graphics are gorgeous. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=_z9dONaLzb4 \n \nEvery background has been hand-crafted with nice lighting and transitions. It's nostalgic enough to throw you back to a CRT monitor and a glass of milk, but slick enough to remind you that this is an up-to-date indie gem. \n \nThe demo covers around 30 minutes of prologue story and barely scratches the surface of the game if the further trailers and gameplay hints are anything to go by. Willy Morgan and the Curse of Bone Town is set in a pirate-fantasy world (sound familiar?) and the narrative revolves around Willy looking for his missing father. \n \nGameplay centers around the familiar mechanics of a point-and-click adventure and the gathering of clues\/solving puzzles. Bone Town is full of life, even in the demo. More characters, riddles, puzzles and other secrets are expected in the full release. \n \n \n \nWilly leads the narrative with his dry and ironic narrative, a bit like a certain old-school Guybrush. While the game is obviously heavily influenced by these retro classics, it still presents itself as a refresher on the 90s themes and gameplay. \n \nI spent a few minutes just looking over a new setting (which begins in Willy's house in the demo) to admire the different textures. The game really has a charming art style that provides a great backdrop to the adventure. \n \nThere are 50 different settings in the final game. It will be sort of like reading a book. Each crafted backdrop provides all the adventure and secrets you need in what is truly a unique world. It'll be really interesting to see how the game plays out. \n \nWilly Morgan and the Curse Of Bone Town is releasing today (August 11th) on both Steam and GOG. It will launch with a 15% discount for the first week, so if you're interested in a classic point-and-click adventure you should check it out.