This three-part sci-fi exploration series barely begins percolating with a debut installment that doesn't fully mine its premise.
The second episode won't starve you for challenge in keeping your subjects alive in the subterranean goblin realm.
This '60s-era iOS spy puzzler is a fun little diversion but ends just when you're starting to bond with it.
This two-in-one fairy tale adventure and game creator has all the proper ingredients, but doesn't have the recipe just right quite yet.
This year's AdventureX presentations offered plenty of food for thought, and even had a quiz(!) at the end.
It's well worth sticking with these top free indie adventures as we round out another year of freeware in style.
London was once again a weekend treasure trove of all-things-adventure, offering a sneak preview for 2016.
Our holiday video compilation features a who's who lineup of top adventure developers that will warm even the grinchiest of hearts.
Message Quest review
This unheralded fantasy adventure with stained glass artwork delivers a short but sweet experience for a lazy afternoon.
This horror series debut has grand ambitions, but its flawed survival-based gameplay may not fully resonate with adventure gamers.
This unique text exploration of a transhumanist future feels coolly detached but largely stellar in execution.
The Rivers of Alice review
The dreamlike journey flows from one surreal environment full of challenging puzzles to another, but the waters are sometimes choppy and shallow.
Sony's gaming convention in San Francisco sparked a firestorm of adventure that we were on hand to witness first- (and fourth-)hand.
The House Forrester saga comes to a head in the dramatic season finale, though a key story branch gets lost in the woods.
Bulb Boy review
This short and charmingly surreal horror game is a glowing example of traditional adventure elements mixed with nail-biting physics-based challenges.
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