*NOTE: According to comments, the Shambler fight isn’t trial and error. There are clues hidden during the encounter. Still BS in my opinion, since it’s not very intuitive and leads to one thinking it’s trial and error. But it’s a bit better.
Cyanide’s back and it’s brought a Call of Cthulhu game based on the old pen n’ paper tabletop RPG. Walk around, investigate things, sometimes hide from stuff, and guess that you need one of several daggers to slash a painting to stop a monster.
It’s an odd little one, this. Getting a mixed reception, but I personally dug it.