A mystery fan since a young age I’ve progressed from reruns of ‘Murder She Wrote’ and ‘Columbo’, from back in the days when most TVs only had four channels, to shows like ‘Twin Peaks’ and ‘Lost’ and of course Adventure Games!
My favourite ones involve mysterious islands and hair-tearingly difficult puzzles which don’t offer a satisfying solutions
A Myst clone to its every core, it's hard not to feel like you've been there, done that great looking indie adventure before.
This Cold War-era puzzle-adventure will challenge the limits of your mind far more enjoyably than its early KGB test subjects.
There's nothing casual about this fantasy sequel's challenging puzzles, but its story is anything but a page-turner.
The first game based on the popular TV show hits very few high water marks, largely drowning in simplistic mediocrity.
Matt Clark's new supernatural mystery is nearly ready to rock the Cornish moorlands, and we got a bite-sized glimpse of it at gamescom.
Kheop Studio's lite adventure series ends up in another intriguing location, but can't quite stick the final landing.
The second installment of Kheops Studio's casual series rises above its predecessor as a more fully-realized lite adventure.
There's a little of both the best and worst of times in this interactive adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic.
Created by a teen theatre group, this freeware adventure plays on some surprisingly emotional themes with refreshing results.
This indie puzzler shows plenty of opening day promise, but can't fully live up to its projections.
Landing somewhere between traditional adventure and casual fare, the first of three Kheops puzzlers gets off to a solid start.
The venerable puzzler finally reaches the iPod age and shows it hasn't lost its classic touch in the process.
The Hardy Boys keep chugging along, and their first DS mystery paints a promising picture for pre-teen adventures.
AG caught up with the adventure design legend at the Gray Matter recording studio, and did some video recording ourselves.
Mark joined Jane Jensen and company in the Gray Matter recording studio, and lived to tell the tale... with video interviews!