Growing up on a healthy dose of Sierra and LucasArts point-and-click adventure games has instilled within me a love for the genre that’s both a blessing and a curse. The gift is in the euphoric bliss experienced whenever I play an excellent point-and-click game and get instantly thrown through time and space back to when the biggest frustration in my life was the puzzle I was currently stuck on. The curse comes into play with the countless terrible point-and-click games you must play to find just one gem.
But dear reader, that’s why I’m here, so shovel through the piles of dirt to uncover the treasures buried below. Today, that prize is called Tohu – a point-and-click adventure just as odd as its name, in all the right ways.