The second of four episodes is rich in style but paints itself into a corner with thin character stereotypes to explore.
The new iteration can be shallow in parts, but flows rather well as a reimagined choice-based text adventure.
Once the novelty wears off, this surreal dream journey proves to be a largely forgettable explorational platforming experience.
This unique text exploration of a transhumanist future feels coolly detached but largely stellar in execution.
A unique concept and iffy execution make this simile-loaded text adventure like a toy gun that tends to miss the mark.
This amusingly gruesome retro text adventure offers a fighting chance at surviving its many deadly challenges.
Andrew Plotkin's sci-fi opus hits on all the right formulas for a brilliant text adventure experience.
This quirky indie series debut only toys with its potential, without ever pouncing on the opportunity.
This 1985 Infocom text classic may be dated in style, but its political undertones are more relevant and compelling than ever.
This new bible-themed text adventure from industry legend Scott Adams is willing but unable to deliver an enjoyable puzzling experience.
The first adventure in the Klockwerk trilogy offers compelling interactive fiction set in a world of curious devices and steampunk mysticism.