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This easygoing adventure provides a short but pleasant time, but could use more illumination of its fantasy/sci-fi world with touches of magical realism.
This Iranian rescue mission is a lukewarm experience after weighing bugs and ease against an intriguing setting and premise.
It's easy to get caught up in this short but charmingly beautiful fairy tale adventure of a princess saving her castle.
This stylish steampunk co-op adventure serves up plenty of whimsical charm for one or two players, but sputters from clunky controls and repetitive tasks.
Judgment is delivered: This sci-fi adventure in space cooks up a tedious overload of anachronistic DOS-style command line puzzles and very little else.
Alternating story-driven exploration with colour-based puzzling is an intriguing concept that comes with some notable reservations in this surreal sci-fi adventure.
The rich steampunk world is a definite highlight of Grundislav's new retro-styled mystery, but there's surprisingly little to do throughout its five distinct investigations.
The 13th Carol Reed adventure provides another scenic Swedish tour, but a compelling investigative mystery is largely missing along the way.
We swear, this superb dark urban fantasy possesses so many fine qualities that it may be Wadjet Eye's best adventure yet.
The future is now as we get a first look the upcoming transhumanist sci-fi adventure from Daedalic and Martin Ganteföhr.
Those looking for a short but sweet and easy exploration of personal creativity will find it in this pleasant slideshow-style adventure.
An audio-based puzzler might sound tempting, but its reliance on trial-and-error and repetition won't strike a chord with many adventure fans.
Our advance press demo put the promising alternate Victorian era investigative mystery from Grundislav Games under the early spotlight.
It may look like a platformer, but this beautiful side-scroller remembers to be an adventure in all the right ways.
While a pleasant enough 1950s Iranian murder mystery, the devil is in the details of this rather forgettable adventure.