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The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker review

You'll need to carefully couch your questions in this flawed but compelling keyword-driven FMV mystery.

Read review Aug 23, 2017

Batman: The Enemy Within – The Telltale Series: Episode One – The Enigma review

Riddle us this: What has great production values, compelling characters, hard decisions, and mind-numbingly easy gameplay?

Read review Aug 21, 2017

The Low Road review

This comic point-and-click 1970s spy adventure oozes style and hits plenty of high points you won't see coming along the way.

Read review Aug 18, 2017
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Four Last Things review

Joe Richardson's collage-based absurdist Renaissance adventure is funny, clever and – we must confess – a thoroughly guilty pleasure.

Read review Aug 16, 2017

Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth: Book One – From the Ashes review

Daedalic's impressive adaptation of the epic historical novel goes from strength to strength, raising anticipation for the two parts remaining.

Read review Aug 14, 2017

RiME review

Blending exploration, puzzle-solving and light action, this island excursion proves that platforming adventures are far from washed up.

Read review Aug 11, 2017

Lydia review

This surreal, hard-hitting interactive story about childhood trauma is light on gameplay but as emotionally dark as you can probably bear.

Read review Aug 9, 2017

Tacoma review

Though its gameplay is largely weightless, Fullbright's new character-driven sci-fi adventure is a compelling tale set far from home.

Read review Aug 7, 2017
PC

Empathy: Path of Whispers review

This surreal 3D adventure may start to feel repetitive, but is worth seeing through for its relatable characters and thought-provoking story.

Read review Aug 4, 2017
PC

Little Nightmares review

More stealth-survival than puzzle-platformer, this intensely creepy side-scroller is sure to feed your horror craving.

Read review Aug 2, 2017

Following Freeware: June 2017 releases

Hang on for the ride, as we've jammed a whole lot of adventuring goodness into this month's round-up of top free indies.

Read more Jul 31, 2017

Paul Conway, Dave McCabe – The Darkside Detective interview

With their debut adventure just released, the game's artist and writer shine some light on their retro-styled comic paranormal mystery.

Read interview Jul 28, 2017

Lone Echo review

VR gamers will surely want to get their hands on this immersive sci-fi adventure exclusively for Oculus Rift with Touch control.

Read review Jul 26, 2017
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A Look at Graphics: Details in the Distance

Ben takes a closer look at backgrounds far away, revealing their subtle but important contributions to adventures.

Read more Jul 24, 2017
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Steve Gaynor – Tacoma interview

From Oregon to outer space, we caught up with the acclaimed Gone Home co-creator to discuss Fullbright's upcoming game and much more.

Read interview Jul 21, 2017

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