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Delivering all the kooky characters and pun-laden hijinks expected from the popular web comic, it's a shame the end comes just when things are getting interesting.
There's no hidden secret behind what makes this gorgeous dystopian cyberpunk adventure such a compelling point-and-click experience.
A few technical issues can't undo all the good achieved by the lovely aesthetic and puzzle-filled gameplay of this JRPG-styled adventure.
It may be too short to leave a lasting impression, but this lovely dark fantasy adventure provides a fun little break from reality to fill a couple hours.
Another gorgeous, entertaining installment of the four-part Homestuck series arrives, though its story chugs along at a somewhat diminished pace.
This impressively atmospheric pixel art adventure about dealing with agoraphobia gets the most out of its confined environment and limited play time.
This classic-styled adventure starts out a charming cure for whatever might ail you, though the lack of proper ending will surely fail to quench anyone's thirst.
The first commercial installment in this graphic novel-styled series is beautiful but ultimately ground down by weak writing and a number of mounting design issues.
This lovely, wordless adventure won't pose much challenge but presents an emotionally touching story about love and loss, and all the strings attached.
A visually distinctive, thoroughly irreverent medieval romp is what's on tap in this fun Monty Python-inspired point-and-click comic adventure.
This Her Story-styled digital detective mystery gets an inspired one-woman performance, though some of the gameplay elements aren't much to write home about.
Though just as short as its namesake, this point-and-click indie adventure should be a ball for fans of Lynchian-style dark mysteries.