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A few technical issues can't undo all the good achieved by the lovely aesthetic and puzzle-filled gameplay of this JRPG-styled adventure.
Like a Rubik's Cube of life, this unique wordless puzzler has lots to be smitten with, though it's not quite as user-friendly as it could be at times.
The genre is taking over Steam until January 25th, with loads of limited-time demos to check out first-hand.
More management sim than adventure, this cropped-down narrative-driven adaptation effectively explores the sociopolitical themes of the 1945 classic novel.
Don't overlook this hidden gem, a classic-styled point-and-click adventure blending fictional fun with exploration of a rarely explored culture.
Though its reach slightly exceeds its grasp, this Broken Sword-style comedic mystery can bask in a job largely well done.
Not even a pandemic can sideline the intrepid British sleuth from rolling through another entertaining mystery in scenic Sweden.
Apart from a few objections, this voxel-based mystery adventure should be a dream come true for would-be detectives who enjoy deep, intriguing worlds to explore.
Though its story offers few surprises, this gorgeous, puzzle-filled island adventure with a Lovecraftian influence proves to be highly alluring.
This isometric puzzler provides plenty of time-wasting fun, but only if you're able to power through its poorly implemented controls.
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.
The new year is upon us, and Tamiil's made a medium-sized trailer compilation of the top adventures bound for release this month.
The cracks begin to show right away in a dual-personality thriller that never really reflects the high standards we've come to expect from the creator of Life Is Strange.
Since we can’t be together in person, enjoy this collection of personal holiday wishes from many of the year’s top adventure game developers.
It doesn't reproduce the same culture shock of the original, but the Freelance Police look, sound, and play better than ever in this modern makeover of their first episodic season.