My first video game was a 50 cent copy of “Ages of Myst” that I bought at a yard sale sometime before 2008. Now I love video games, including adventure and turn-based strategy.
My favorite type of adventure games is horror, like the Dark Fall games. I have a wonderful husband named Louie.
The haunted high school mystery earns a passing grade for its FMV implementation, but fails to deliver in most other ways.
The new fantasy adventure from Cateia had lofty potential but settles for a shallow casual experience.
This short and extremely limited fantasy series debut shows plenty of chinks in its armor.
With his second supernatural mystery fast approaching, we fought tooth and claw for a chance to sit down with the man behind the moor.
The clouds covering the long-awaited King’s Quest fan sequel finally disperse, though the adventure is really only just beginning.
This inventory-laden adventure to the moon has a certain magic charm, though its story lacks much in the way of gravity.
This independent ghost hunting adventure seeks signals from the afterlife, but misses the mark with too much frequency.
With a new Dark Fall just ahead in his bright future, the acclaimed indie developer discusses his steady rise from The Displacement in a photo-filled bonanza.
This stylish indie adventure is high in shock value, but a few rough gameplay edges can be a bloody pain.
Can't make up your mind what freeware adventure to try next? This review should fix that problem.