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This short meta-narrative adventure exhibits similar ideas to The Stanley Parable, but pushes enough right buttons to be worth a look.
This charming little puzzle-platformer has some nice ideas dealing with light and shadow, but it runs out of power just when it should be ramping up.
Don't let its lack of buzz fool you: this trippy castle escape adventure will suit anyone jonesing for an amusingly bizarre point-and-click experience.
The little indie adventure with the tongue-twisting title isn't quite a hidden gem but does provide an amusing few hours of treasure hunting goodness.
We offer a tip of our cap to this charming 1920s point-and-click murder mystery with a delightfully old-timey look and feel.
Nearly three decades later, the indie sequel to Sierra's renowned historical adventure is seriously undermined by its weak production values and pan-worthy gameplay.
Not just another traditional fantasy adventure, this is a charming and pretty darn good point-and-click indie debut.
Whoa! The enhanced remake of an already delightful comic pirate adventure is well worth forking over a few bucks to enjoy.
This delightfully surreal indie adventure tells a surprisingly bittersweet story but is sure to leave you feeling happy when you're done.
This beautiful side-scrolling adventure towers over much of its puzzle-platforming contemporaries with a charming tale of unlikely friendship.
This point-and-click political satire pulls out all the stops in delivering a highly polished and thoroughly entertaining experience.
This comic French adventure shows plenty of offbeat premise, but crashes back to Earth due to horrible translation and other design issues.
Crikey, this short, simple retro-styled adventure presents a hilariously snarky slice of life in a quaint and quirky British town.