Agatha Knife is a brand new puzzle-adventure game that has just hit the Google Play Store. At first glance, it looks like just another standard point-and-click puzzler with its cartoony graphics, but don't be fooled, as this new title offers a sarcastic view on many controversial topics by telling its story from the perspective of a child.

Agatha Knife PC/Console Launch Trailer

The plot of Agatha Knife is an extremely weird one that revolves around a girl whose family runs a butcher shop. She uses the shop’s slaughter room as her bedroom, and then goes on to establish a religion out of Carnivorism in order to save her family’s business from the corporate grocery store that has just opened in town.

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The graphics are cartoony, but behind that is a pretty deep and weird story

The entire game is relatively linear, and most of your time will be spent collecting objects, discovering clues, and solving puzzles. After all, it’s still a point-and-click adventure game, and it doesn't deviate too far from the traditional formula. One thing that does make Agatha Knife stand out is that it tackles controversial subjects such as culture, religion, and animal rights, but through the view of a 7-year-old. Needless to say, a lot of whimsy and nuance are involved, which are what these topics seriously need.

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Controversial topics are reflected through the eye of a 7-year-old

Agatha Knife is a premium title that will set you back $4.99 (Rs 345) if you want to get it on the Play Store. Of course, this means there will be no advertisements or IAPs.  The game supports Google Play Games Services, but not cloud saving or Nvidia Shield.

If you are a hardcore fan of the point-and-click adventure genre, you’ll probably find the puzzles in this game quite easy. This is understandable, as the game mainly focuses on its strange story. That said, there's still plenty of fun to be had in this quirky adventure. At the end of the day, it received a 95% positive review rating on Steam for a reason. Check it out on Google Play right now!