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
Sherlock makes himself at home on the Nintendo DS, but the problems of its PC predecessor unravel the port as well.
The word is out on this improved sequel that seems destined to be another cult hit among fans of the original.
The DS port of this popular adventure offers no new content, but its slick presentation still makes an impact.
The highly-acclaimed adventure hasn't lost its edge in this enhanced port version for the Nintendo DS.
This first Runaway adventure ported to Nintendo's handheld proves well worth snapping up for those new to the series.
The venerable puzzler arrives on Nintendo's handheld, but ends up being double the trouble and none of the fun of the original.