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Runaway: A Twist of Fate
Game Description:The first two "Runaway" episodes brought back the success of point and click adventure games in Europe and captivated nearly a million players. After a colorful second episode which took place in the islands of Hawaii, the creators of the game lead us into a more mature and urban universe for this last adventure with Brian and Gina. Following the story of the previous game, "A Twist of Fate" is also very much an independent adventure, allowing those that have never played a "Runaway" game before to fully enjoy this brand new experience.Also, for the very first time in the "Runaway" series, the game will allow you to control Brian as well as Gina who has an important part to play in the story.
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