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This brief CIA archive research adventure has an interesting basic premise but in execution its reach ends up exceeding its grasp.
This lovely side-scroller has plenty of soul to go with its bittersweet love story and clever dual-dimension puzzles.
You don't need to be hard up for a new classic-styled point-and-click comedy adventure to be fully satisfied by this sequel to the 2018 series reboot.
This colourful cartoon dino adventure is a charming nostalgic throwback, though it suffers somewhat from outdated mechanics that haven’t evolved with the times.
This charming mapmaking adventure is all about the journey of joyous discovery unfolding, at times forgetting it even has an end destination.
It's a shame that this gorgeous hybrid of dystopian sci-fi and Lovecraftian horror doesn't last long enough to fulfill its early intriguing promise.
Savour this final trailer compilation of the year as it reflects five enchanting games you'll surely want to keep an eye on.
The second installment in Supermassive's standalone horror collection enchants more with its compelling story and exciting set pieces than outright fear.
Though its challenge is largely illusory, this charming single-room murder mystery conjures up plenty of fun to be found in a single sitting.
Another gorgeous, entertaining installment of the four-part Homestuck series arrives, though its story chugs along at a somewhat diminished pace.
This charming, poignant little father-daughter adventure is a delight to look at and reflect on, even if its limited gameplay prevents it from reaching greater heights.
It won't be for everyone, but those who enjoy surreal stories and modern art should have no reservations about Cosmo D's quirky first commercial foray into the Off-Peak universe.
Shawn Mills and Ken Williams provide a treasure trove of Sierra history and nostalgia in their comprehensive and remarkably complementary nonfiction books.
This puzzling sci-fi sequel shines brighter than its predecessor with increased gameplay variety and character interaction, though it fades in the end with another lack of closure.
This impressively atmospheric pixel art adventure about dealing with agoraphobia gets the most out of its confined environment and limited play time.