Group DescriptionGames where the action takes place during the Interbellum, that is between the First World War and the Second World War (1918-1939, more or less, depending on your country's vision of the world), or, in other words: in (roaring) 1920s and (dirty) 1930s. Fedora hats, Tommy guns, prohibition in USA, the Great Depression, jazz & swing, rapidly growing commercial aviation and radio, the beginnings of television, introduction of sound (& color) in movies, Art Deco, Bauhaus - and those classy curvy cars! But on the other side: the rise of Nazism/Fascism and Communism, which soon led everything to be Gone With The Wind.
- Exclude games that are set during either World War I or World War II. In certain cases exceptions can be made to extend the period to early 1940s: say, if the protagonist is a private eye on a Hollywood murder case in 1942, then it's all right to include the game here; but if the hero is a Resistance fighter in occupied France, then the game should go to World War II group. Games that are set in fantasy worlds that share certain stylistic elements with this real-world setting (such as for example Discworld Noir) should be excluded as well.
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Front cover for Adam's Venture: Episode 1 - The Search for the Lost Garden
Front cover for Face Noir
Front cover for Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings
Front cover for The Second Guest
Front cover for Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble!
Screenshot from 1931: Scheherazade at the Library of Pergamum
Screenshot from Adam's Venture: Episode 1 - The Search for the Lost Garden
Screenshot from Face Noir
Screenshot from Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings
Screenshot from The Second Guest