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It isn't perfect, but this modest suicide cult mystery is a thoughtful exploration of the human pursuit of heaven on earth.
A new month of adventures approaches, and Gamewalker's trailer anthology highlights some great ones on the horizon.
Upgrades will be needed, but this three-part sci-fi series about sentient robots is surely off to a promising start.
We dared not say no to Gamewalker's latest Inside Adventure Gaming video showcase of Rafael Garcia's comic point-and-click episodic series.
This short but lovely time-bending puzzler celebrates the friendship of children as it spirals ever onwards and upwards to a touching finish.
Our colleagues from Adventure Corner carry the torch through the second leg of our ongoing coverage from Germany.
Our multi-part coverage of another busy year in Cologne kicks off with nearly a dozen promising adventures.
The rich steampunk world is a definite highlight of Grundislav's new retro-styled mystery, but there's surprisingly little to do throughout its five distinct investigations.
Blending horror, humour and puzzles, this beautiful first-person adventure has something of an identity crisis with a compelling mystery lurking just below the surface.
The haunting five-part tale settles in with a promising but lightweight series debut about a troubled boy in a mask named Sal.
The 19th century Lovecraftian mystery is suitably atmospheric, but falls short due to its poor controls and pacing issues.
This charming and often funny point-and-click adventure inspired by an obscure Norse myth is but the first link an episodic chain.
Don't sleep on this slick-looking, promising new character-driven sci-fi series that's just now getting underway.
The comic Russian adventure trilogy is complete, but the finale takes a long, meandering, often frustrating route to reach the end.
The hammer comes down on this comic Russian adventure sequel that's as rushed as it is frequently nonsensical.