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Family is a detective game, but one where you’re investigating a music scene: a bunch of (fictional) bands that flowered in London in the 1980s, its members forming bands and splitting off, coming together and falling out. You’re uncovering a forgotten slice of history, and celebrating the players in it. And all while listening to some cracking tunes from these fictional bands.

I suppose it’s a bit like Her Story, in that you’re given a desktop of sorts and a limited amount of information: snippets of a recent radio programme, snatches of articles about the bands, and a few clues in the bands’ descriptions and the songs themselves (there’s a well-produced, convincing song here for each of the nine bands, which you can listen to at any time).

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