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This short indie sci-fi adventure shines brightest in its presentation and wacky ideas, but both story and gameplay execution are noticeably spotty.
This classic-styled pirate-themed adventure will mostly be a blessing for point-and-click fans, though it breaks down somewhat with a rushed finale.
An early look at this upcoming classic-styled pirate-themed adventure suggests there may just be treasure ahead for point-and-click fans.
Amanita's latest is a beautifully textured, cleverly layered puzzle-platformer that never strains under the weight of its abundant creativity.
It's held back somewhat by a limited mechanics and lack of gameplay integration, but otherwise this charming fantasy puzzle-fest passes the fun test with flying colours.
The complete seven-part series is light on gameplay but provides a timely and uplifting exploration of social issues in a faux-1920s fantasy context.
This short but charming paper-based adventure about long-distance relationships wraps story and gameplay together beautifully.
The verdict is in: This beautiful French Revolution era judicial sim has plenty of intriguing elements but some of the fun is lost in the constant gameplay upheaval.
This comic time travel romp is a charming, distinctly British point-and-click adventure with far more peaks than valleys.
Nearly halfway through, we're still oscillating on this socially conscious, seven-part series set in a fantasy version of the Roaring Twenties.
Blending horror, humour and puzzles, this beautiful first-person adventure has something of an identity crisis with a compelling mystery lurking just below the surface.
This wordless paper-based puzzler provides a beautiful if bewildering steampunk journey though an imaginative dystopia on rails.
Industry legend Bob Bates hasn't lost his IF magic, conjuring up a funny modern day text adventure for today's adventure gamer.
This interplanetary sci-fi puzzler is quirky fun to explore, if noticeably light on actual world-building to ground it.
You'll need to carefully couch your questions in this flawed but compelling keyword-driven FMV mystery.