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An impressive recursive puzzle world is modeled in beautiful 3D environments, but it's hard to love the characters driving the underlying romance story.
Metal detecting in the scenic English countryside is only a mediocre exercise without enough narrative treasures to unearth along the way.
Casting aside the traditional whodunit formula, inkle's splashy new adventure is a delightfully fun and highly replayable shipboard murder blame game.
Though it takes a few strange turns, this scenic surrealist road trip adventure gets a thumbs-up for its eclectic characters and stories.
This experimental, noir-themed art installation exploring life's big questions begins with a bang but loses momentum before the end.
Like Ace Attorney meets Zoom, this delightfully homemade legal adventure riffs on both online culture and awkward video conferencing.
The narrative goes to some odd places, but this isometric puzzler packs a big-time challenge into its many miniature village locations.
This amusing retro-styled investigative adventure pops up to the top of the ever-expanding catalogue of anthropomorphic animal mysteries.
Though its reach slightly exceeds its grasp, this Broken Sword-style comedic mystery can bask in a job largely well done.
This colourful cartoon dino adventure is a charming nostalgic throwback, though it suffers somewhat from outdated mechanics that haven’t evolved with the times.
A few questionable gameplay issues come home to roost, but there's far more to crow about in this stylishly tasty black and white buddy cop animal-noir mystery.
Welcome to the killer second half of our demo coverage from this year's online-only version of gamescom.
This wonderfully surreal environmental puzzler might just give you a whole different perspective on problem solving with everyday objects.
A Broken Sword-style mystery with comedic touches seems to be within reach at the halfway mark of this two-part, single-purchase point-and-click adventure.
Character chemistry and Lynchian weirdness shine brightest in this choice-driven FMV adventure, though it's dimmed somewhat by pacing issues and melodrama.