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This short but charming family-friendly fantasy adventure is a tasty appetizer that's spoiled somewhat by bugs and localization issues.
This short game collection from the creator of The Dream Machine provides a welcome puzzle challenge in a surreal story that's too abstract to be accessible.
The sequel to Four Last Things is another delightful cross between Renaissance art, classical music, traditional adventure and irreverent, Pythonesque humour.
Inspired by Hitchcock's Rear Window, this voyeuristic mystery sees its promising concept partially uprooted by passive, challenge-free gameplay.
This fantasy adventure from Unimatrix is elevated by its powerfully emotional themes, but let down by its underwhelming presentation.
This emotionally symbolic examination of a lifetime of memories is elevated by its gorgeous visuals, challenging time-manipulation puzzles, and thought-provoking themes.
It's hard to divine much worth recommending in this short side-scroller cursed by a faulty combat system and lack of other gameplay.
Count on solving an abundance of Picross puzzles in this colourful visual novel-styled mystery adventure in 1990s Hollywood.
Its puzzles won't give you a run for your money, but Pinhead's comic-noir gumshoe puts his best and funniest foot forward in his first commercial outing.
A lack of gameplay and poor translation combine to bring this gorgeous journey through Slavic myth tumbling down to earth.
This richly atmospheric side-scroller is a compelling journey through the big bad woods, though it also feels eerily similar to another artist's work.
The debut installment of this classic-styled comic adventure serves up a tasty but undercooked appetizer that only teases of the full course to come.
The complete game remains a way off on the horizon, but we put the latest demo of Revolution's highly anticipated sci-fi sequel through its paces.
The gameplay and story are decidedly slight, but the strength of this leisurely fantasy nature walk is in its lovely presentation.
This brilliantly absurd, thoroughly absorbing roleplaying adventure will be music to the ears of any open world mystery lover.