A narrative-driven story game, Overboard requires you to have answers that get you away with murder – or at least less suspicious so that you’re free to walk away.
The game sets in the cruise where you committed murder, and someone else needs to take the blame. Throughout the game, there are clues, evidence, accusations, suspects; and in a world of drama, there are secrets and lies. Use these and them to your advantage and prove to everyone that you’re innocent.
Overboard Gameplay on Mobile
Even though there is plenty of narrative-inspired games on mobile phones that are overwhelmingly poorly designed, Overboard stands out with its thoroughly written story and options.
You can re-play Overboard on your mobile phone just as you did on your Microsoft Windows device and lead to a different ending. What this proves is that the game offers more than just simple gameplay for 15 bucks. You can play Overboard over and over again, master some of the questions, and get to different endings. A game that has plenty of different endings is what makes everything more detailed and fun.
Get Overboard! on Steam or Itch IO. If you’re into small-time indie games, we highly recommend you get it on Itch as it will provide you with more – especially now that it has a new client, similar to what Steam has.
For $15, you get the full game without any restrictions. It takes between two hours and five hours to beat the entire game, but this all depends on how you choose to go about the claims and accusations that are forwarded towards you. Whimsically, dodge these and walk out of the cruise free. It’s a highly recommended game on our part that you’ll have a lot of fun playing.