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“This game is a narrative experience that does not hold your hand.” These are the opening words of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (TVEC) and they should not be taken lightly. Enter a beautiful but strange world and unearth a twisted conspiracy that takes place in the fictional town of Red Creek Valley. TVEC is a title that was produced by The Astronauts, a small independent game company from Warsaw, Poland. But once you enter its brilliantly constructed world you wouldn’t even know that you’re not playing a big budget, AAA-title.
TVEC is immediately mysterious. This First-Person-Mystery-Solving-Adventure-Game (a long but worthy title) places you in a small rural town located somewhere in Red Creek Valley. You play as Paul Prospero, a private detective with supernatural abilities, and you are investigating the disappearance of a young boy named Ethan Carter. It is a simple premise but one that will take you on a dark and mysterious journey into the paranormal world of the occult.