The Blackwell Legacy is a point and click adventure game, in a retro style with an interesting story.
You play as the everyday socially-awkward Rosa Blackwell, who's turned spirit-medium detective when the "Blackwell legacy" is passed down to her. A spirit, named Joey.
The story of the game, which involves a mixture of the super-natural, a classic detective story and some other things too, is very interesting, and it leaves loads of room for development, which I hope they'll use in the sequels.
The gameplay is fun, but can be fiddly sometimes. The music's good, and all lines are voiced.
The game does have flaws though. It starts off rather poorly, and there's a few things in there that can be considered a bad move in adventure game design.
But overall, the interesting story, fun characters and the feel the game manages to build up is enough to make up for the flaws. I'll defiantly be giving the sequels a go, to see where the story leads.
Plus, the game has some behind the scenes bloopers, as well as commentary tracks, which gives an interesting look into the making of the game (plus also some admissions by the developer himself on some of the games flaws which makes them even easier to overlook) which gives some replay value to things.
A good package for just 3.99.