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Phoenix Springs Is a Fully Voiced Point-and-Click Mystery Title

Screenshot of Phoenix Springs

Calligram Studios made its debut at the Women-Led Games 2024 showcase with Phoenix Springs, a point-and-click adventure game that starts with a missing persons investigation and ends with… well, you’ll just have to see for yourself.

Personally the very existence of something called “Women-Led Games” is dope as hell and a reminder that even though big corporations are slashing jobs and internet comment sections, and chat logs are places best to be avoided, there are a lot of positive things happening in the industry right now as well.

Below you can find the trailer from the aforementioned showcase, an overview of Phoenix Springs via Steam, and some delightful screenshots!

Phoenix Springs Overview

After the reporter Iris Dormer reconnects with her estranged brother, she finds herself in Phoenix Springs, a desert oasis home to an enigmatic community. As she explores ancient ruins and interrogates a rich cast of characters, she must uncover the mysteries that connect the place, the myths, and herself.


Inspired by classic point-and-click games, Phoenix Springs updates the genre for the modern player with intuitive controls and a streamlined UI.

Conduct your investigation by collecting clues and leads in your inventory rather than physical objects. Connect these clues with the environment or mention them in conversations to progress. Discard false leads and red herrings as you solve logical puzzles designed to challenge and delight fans of story-rich interactive experiences.


  • Fully voice-acted
  • Hand-drawn art and animations
  • Streamlined UI
  • Immersive neo-noir universe
  • Challenging puzzles

Phoenix Springs does not yet have a release date, but can be wishlisted now on Steam.

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Kyle Cantelon

Kyle Cantelon

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1 Response to Phoenix Springs Is a Fully Voiced Point-and-Click Mystery Title

Claton Stevenson
Claton Stevenson

Game looks beautiful.

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