Culpa Innata will surprise you with its non-linearity, and it makes a welcome change from being railroaded into the usual ever-more-bizarre decisions. Culpa Innata charmed us. Sure it's rough around the edges - the graphics aren't so much 'retro' as 'early '90s throwback' and the flick-screen scrolling can make orientation tough, but this is a good effort. You can even go shoe shopping. Now, that's what we want from an adventure game.