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This lovely environmental puzzler could have rocked if not for its painfully short length that only teases bigger, better things.
Its beauty and unexpected relevance may just have you yearning to check out this subterranean shelter-in-place adventure spanning 400 real-time days.
The complete five-verse permadeath horror series largely squanders its richly atmospheric presentation with a number of noteworthy design issues.
This sim-styled exploration of an alien ocean is richly imaginative and thoroughly engaging, delving deep into themes that are sure to hit close to home.
This short game collection from the creator of The Dream Machine provides a welcome puzzle challenge in a surreal story that's too abstract to be accessible.
This fantasy adventure from Unimatrix is elevated by its powerfully emotional themes, but let down by its underwhelming presentation.
This emotionally symbolic examination of a lifetime of memories is elevated by its gorgeous visuals, challenging time-manipulation puzzles, and thought-provoking themes.
This richly atmospheric side-scroller is a compelling journey through the big bad woods, though it also feels eerily similar to another artist's work.
This grim and gritty religious-themed adventure nails its graphic novel-style aesthetic, but possesses too many gameplay and translation issues to fully recommend.
Behind its traditional point-and-click facade, this one-of-a-kind five-part adventure series is a bold, sometimes baffling, always surprising blend of memorably offbeat adventuring.
No bull: This short but charming pixel art adventure takes a promising first stab at being counted among the ole point-and-click comic classics.
Time is not on the side of this beautiful but somewhat superficial post-apocalyptic adventure that barely scratches the surface of the important questions it raises.
While showing discernible signs of its indie origins, this puzzle-filled FMV sequel marks a welcome return visit to Stauf's mansion more than a quarter century after the original.
This escape room-style puzzler based around the seven deadly sins is so superficially fleshed-out that it doesn't even qualify as a guilty pleasure.
This dual-narrative side-scroller is intriguingly atmospheric but is over so quickly it burns itself out before coalescing into a satisfying whole.