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It may not be very deep, but this Machinarium-styled puzzler is well-constructed and really blossoms in its gorgeous sci-fi presentation.
Skeptical about playing classic text adventures? Here’s a smart way to start burrowing into the famous Infocom library.
We talk with the Short Sleeve Studio co-founders (and longtime friends) on their recent release of the point-and-click sensation -- Voodoo Detective.
Great comedic writing with the occasional emotional punch, amusing puzzles, and a setting flooded with nostalgia for the early '00s combine for a near-sublime experience.
A conversation with Aaron Gwynaire on the upcoming first-person point-and-click adventure game from the solo developer.
A sneak peek at an upcoming Nordic adventure with a thought-provoking story, enchanting graphics, and some unusually creative gameplay.
Time is on your side in this clever and alluring sci-fi-VR puzzler, whose chief drawback is frequent backtracking.
The charmingly noir-tinged third Sir Typhil adventure is the biggest so far, though it comes up short whenever it veers too far into RPG territory.
It's pretty much certain that you'll find this gorgeous but gameplay-deprived side-scroller a tedious slog with your hand held the entire way (except when you need it).
Its thoughtful story, well-written dialog and voice acting, beautiful graphics and sound make this game a must-play for adventure game fans.
Though missing the mark in terms of consistent quality, this game's thesis does come through, and NeonLore will undoubtedly appeal to cyberpunk fans.
This short, surreal psychological thriller is D.O.A. thanks to its fatally flawed story and lack of gameplay depth.
An adventure game clearly inspired by the classic adventures of LucasArts of the 90s, will this instantly take you back 30 years?
Those expecting to experience the story through the perspective of a cat will find that its tame reality ends up being more about codes and combinations.
Now's the perfect time to treat yourself to a pair of heartwarming character-driven rom-com adventures, the first of which is still blissfully pre-pandemic.