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Forever Lost Alternatives for Mac OS

#1 Hello, Neighbour!

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Hello, Neighbour is an Action-Adventure, Horror-Survival, Exploration, and Single-player video game developed by Dynamic Pixels and published by tinyBuild Games. In this game, the player can take on the role of a young boy who finds himself moving into a new home across the street of a mysterious neighbor, who seems to be keeping a top-secret in his basement.

The ultimate task of the player is to break into his neighbor’s home, collect items to unlock the door of the basement to uncover the secrets. The game allows the player to navigate the environment from a first-person view to interact with the environment to solve all puzzles.

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#2 I Expect You to Die

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I Expect You to Die is an Action, Puzzle, Virtual Reality, and Single-player video game developed and published by Schell Games. The game put the player in the role of James Bond, a spy, and tasked to complete a series of levels.

During the gameplay, the player must solve multiple puzzle scenarios, ranging from breaking out an airplane to a salvaging submarine. Most puzzles are offering time limits and required quick thinking to continue. Before starting the game, the player has to complete Portugal levels that will teach the player about the game.

#3 Lume

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Lume is an Adventure, Point and Click, Adventure, Puzzle, and Single-player video game developed and published by State of Play Games. The game takes place in a fantasy world and lets you get into the role of the protagonist.

According to the story, the power of your grandpa’s house has failed strangely. Your grandpa has disappeared and can’t see it anywhere. You, as the protagonist, must explore the game world, collect items, unlock doors, encounter paper puzzles, and restore the power to uncover the mystery behind the disappearance of power.

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