Notably, Florence used simple little puzzles to fill out its vignettes – piecing together conversational responses, for example, or wiping away at a mirror until Florence sees her idealised self.
If you’re looking for something longer to sink yourself into, why not peruse Mexi Gremillion’s rundown of the 10 best visual novels on PC?
Two years after its mobile debut, Florence is settling down to tell her story on desktop.
Perhaps, but it’s the sort of thing I’d love to spend a half-hour with on a comfortable evening, cosied up to my PC with a nice cuppa.
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