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Coraline
Game Description:A PC version of this game does not exist. Get ready to explore the world as you've never seen it before. Step into the stylized shoes of Coraline, the heroine of the novella and feature film by the same name. Journey through two different worlds, including the peculiar Normal World and the whimsical and fascinating Other World. Solve puzzles, interact with other characters, collect items and combine it all with traditional action gameplay. Unlock collectables from the film, including artwork and ways to alter Coraline's looks. Use every bit of your system's capabilities as you accept the challenge of truly one-of-a-kind puzzles and areas which spring from the mind of best-selling author Neil Gaiman.
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  • Coraline The Game Trailer

    Posted: January 21, 2009

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