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Though this atmospheric physics puzzler centered around light and shadow can be enjoyed solo, it shines brightest when played with a partner in two-player co-op.
The Sir Typhil fantasy series goes to space, where it works surprisingly well in this enjoyable point-and-click romp that's suitable for newcomers and existing fans alike.
Added all up, this character- and relationship-driven fantasy adventure more than accounts for a few rough edges along the way.
This stylish point-and-click adventure delivers just the right elements for many hours of intergalactic puzzling fun.
This isometric puzzler provides plenty of time-wasting fun, but only if you're able to power through its poorly implemented controls.
It doesn't reproduce the same culture shock of the original, but the Freelance Police look, sound, and play better than ever in this modern makeover of their first episodic season.
Though far from a traditional puzzle game, multiplayer fans in particular will get a kick out of the co-op mode in this cute little robot action-adventure.
It doesn't look or sound much like sci-fi or feel very scary, but this slow-starting side-scroller does offer a taste of paranormal drama that builds towards a satisfying conclusion.
This serene Celtic-themed puzzler is pleasant while it lasts, so long as you can weather the needlessly extended treks through the snow to get to the good parts.
This surreal first-person mystery adventure might leave your head spinning, but it conveys a cleverly layered sci-fi story through a distinctive visual style and unusual gameplay mechanics.
A surprise early prologue of Benoît Sokal's new adventure provides a promising glimpse of what comes next for Kate Walker and friends.
Those who enjoy Portal-style environmental puzzlers will be irresistibly drawn to this lengthy, challenging, highly polished sci-fi adventure.
This pixel art side-scroller hints at an intriguing noir-tinged sci-fi detective mystery but unfortunately displays only intermittent flickers of potential.
With MicroProse revived, the time is right to delve deep into the largely unheralded 1993 adventure and give it the high score it richly deserves.
The creators of J.U.L.I.A. Among the Stars are back with a well-crafted, substantial first-person psychological thriller.