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Evan’s Remains : How To Get This Game For FREE!

Evan’s Remains – a 2D adventure game – is FREE to play and keep!

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Evan’s Remains

Years after a boy genius named Evan disappears, a bizarre letter arrives. Evan wants a girl named Dysis to come find him. As Dysis, you’ll need to solve an intricate series of puzzles to unravel the entire mystery—and bring Evan home.

Evan’s Remains is a mystery-thriller puzzle adventure about finding a missing boy: Evan. The game combines logic-based platform puzzles with narrative inspired by Japanese graphic adventure games.

Gameplay

Every time the player solves from two to three puzzles, the story goes forward and new mechanics are introduced. The challenge of the puzzles lies in the player’s ability to figure out what do rather than solve challenges based on skill. As the difficulty curve increases, the puzzles become more complex by combining two or more previously introduced mechanics.

Story

Evan, the genius boy, has been missing for years. One day, a letter signed by him is received, claiming he’s on an uninhabited island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. Nobody knows why, but he asked specifically for a girl named “Dysis” to go and look for him.

The player will take control of this girl, who we don’t know much about. As we follow Dysis’s adventure, questions will start to be answered little by little. All of the little puzzle pieces which seemed unrelated in the beginning will now begin to slowly fit together as the truth is slowly revealed.

 

Evan’s Remains : How To Get It FREE!

Make sure you follow these steps to get this game for FREE before 5 PM (GMT+8) on 16 February 2023!

  1. Go to the Evan’s Remains page on GX.games.
  2. Click on the green Claim for free | $6.99 button.
  3. Log into your Opera account, or register for a free Opera account.

That’s it! It is now added to your Opera account, and you can play it anytime after this.

Note : This game runs on the Opera GX browser, so you will need to install that to play the game.

 

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Why LG Dual Screen Devices Need To Use NAVER Whale!

LG just announced that they will be partnering with NAVER to introduce the Whale browser for use with LG Dual Screen devices.

However, their press release which many websites have posted is inaccurate. We will clarify and explain what this is all about, and what it means for LG Dual Screen devices.

LG Dual Screen

Foldable displays are a great way to differentiate smartphones from their rivals. But the HUAWEI Mate X and Samsung Galaxy Fold have shown, they are difficult to develop and manufacture.

LG chose to develop Dual Screen devices instead, which are much cheaper and easier to develop and manufacture.

The LG Dual Screen technology basically adds a second display to the LG smartphone using a special case.

Due to design limitations, they work as separate displays. It is therefore not possible to stretch an app across both displays, which greatly limits its use.

This is where LG’s partnership with Naver comes in…

 

NAVER Whale

Although LG claims to have developed the Whale browser with NAVER in their press release, that appears to be inaccurate.

As far as we can tell, Whale was developed completely by NAVER, a South Korean developer, without input from LG.

In fact, NAVER released Whale back in 2017, with the Android version released in April 2018.

Based on the open-source Google Chromium browser, NAVER Whale supports omnitasking – the ability to carry out multiple tasks simultaneously on one screen.

It also supports a split screen mode with an adjustable divider, that lets you browse two different websites in the same tab.

 

LG Dual Screen + NAVER Whale = A Logical Choice

LG Dual Screen technology is limited by the fact it uses two functionally and logically separate displays.

NAVER Whale allows you to use both displays at the same time. For example :

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  • If you are on a shopping website, you can scroll through its category menus on one display, while reading product descriptions on the other display
  • You can display the same news report or article in two different languages simultaneously – one on each display

This is why LG Dual Screen devices need to use the NAVER Whale browser. It is currently the only logical choice for Dual Screen displays.

The real story of the press release is that LG is pre-installing NAVER Whale into their new and upcoming Dual Screen devices, like the LG G8X announced at IFA 2019.

 

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