Devastated: Andrew’s Dictaphone is a stylish and oddly unsettling little narrative driven-experience that tells the tale of a young girl living with a mysterious (and unwelcome) visitor who observes and records everything she says.
In Devastated: Andrew’s Dictaphone you follow the story of a girl as she revisits places from her past and recounts her memories about them. With her mother dead, she was brought up by her father, which isn’t so strange, but then there’s the mysterious Andrew. Andrew is a strange character who has been in her life for as long as she can remember, boserving her, studying her and recording every word she utters on his dictaphone. Obviously this is quite unnerving for the girl and she grows to hate him, but why is he doing it?
Taking around 10 minutes to play through, Devastated: Andrew’s Dictaphone really impresses with its striking art style and intriguing narrative. A lot is left up to the player to interpret and you will be left with plenty of unanswered questions, but it’s a fascinating and strangely disturbing little game well worth checking out.
Controls: WASD – Movement, Mouse – Look, E – Interaction,
Available On: Windows