Xbox Store Today: Death God University, Manual Samuel

xboxgamesstore-logoThe Xbox Games Store is home to a pair of new point-and-click adventure games today, and they’re now available to download for the Xbox One…

Death God University is a game about a student at the titular school who must “kill and collect souls of targets assigned to him by his teachers.” Meanwhile, Manual Samuel also involves a brush with death as a spoiled rich-kid “must survive for 24 hours controlling his entire body manually” on the orders of the Grim Reaper himself.

More details about both games can be found right here:

Xbox One Games

Death God University ($9.99)
Death God University is a 3rd person 3D adventure/puzzle game where the player plays as a student of the Death God University studying to become a death god assistant. Set in a wacky world, DGU takes its inspiration in the old point-and-click adventure/puzzle games like Day of the Tentacle or Sam & Max. In order to get graduated and pass to the next class, the player needs to kill and collect souls of targets assigned to him by his teachers. To do this, the player can gather items and craft deadly trap, decoy device and/or use the environment to his advantage!

Manual Samuel ($9.99)
Manual Samuel is a classic adventure game with a wild twist. After making a deal with Death, our hero, the spoiled rich-kid Samuel, must survive for 24 hours controlling his entire body manually. From breathing and blinking to driving and working, all these tasks will fall to you. It won’t be easy, with Death himself tagging along for the ride, you might be in some very deep feces!

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