A roguelike game that re-imagines the Robert Frost poem of the same name available for PC, Mac and PS4.
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Pro In game notebook keeps track of recipes even after death
Most roguelikes, that when the player dies sees that they looses everything upon death to be forced to start from scratch to play again. Road not Taken is similar but with one tweak that the game has an in game notebook that remembers the players discovered recipes, even after death. This way some info is retained after death that can help the player when they start over.
Pro Deep crafting mechanics
With over 200 items in the game that can be combined the user has plenty of options to experiment with in order to discover new recipes. These recipes allow for one to craft useful items that will help them advance in the game.
Con Little end-game satisfaction
Beating the game can feel a bit lackluster as the game does not really push the point of the story or really leave the player intrigued as to want to go back and find the other secrets in the game.