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The complete five-verse permadeath horror series largely squanders its richly atmospheric presentation with a number of noteworthy design issues.
Amanita's latest is a beautifully textured, cleverly layered puzzle-platformer that never strains under the weight of its abundant creativity.
A few remaining kinks need ironing out, but Revolution's long-awaited sequel is a welcome reunion in an immersive new 3D package that both fans and newcomers can enjoy.
This indie series debut has a charming presentation and a noteworthy theme of domestic abuse, but there's no escaping its short length and simplistic gameplay.
Though largely barren of gameplay, the seeds of this 'mutant soap opera' blossom into a heart-warming character-driven tale of family and forgiveness.
This modest but lively isometric forest adventure provides sure footing through a variety of well-designed environmental puzzles.
The esteemed artwork of Madrid's Thyssen-Bornemisza belongs in a museum, not in a short, easy and non-educational puzzle-platformer like this.
The creators of J.U.L.I.A. Among the Stars are back with a well-crafted, substantial first-person psychological thriller.
This open world fox adventure looks and sounds great, but it lacks the sly gameplay and backstory to bring the experience to life.
It's held back somewhat by a limited mechanics and lack of gameplay integration, but otherwise this charming fantasy puzzle-fest passes the fun test with flying colours.
This charming Amanita-style sci-fi puzzler is light on story but gets full marks for presentation and entertaining gameplay.
The latest installment in Simon Mesnard's Black Cube series may change perspectives but still translates into a quality puzzle-centric sci-fi adventure.
The challenge level is low, but this rich exploration adventure reaches impressive heights with its gorgeous environments and clever blend of the real and surreal.
The complete seven-part series is light on gameplay but provides a timely and uplifting exploration of social issues in a faux-1920s fantasy context.
This investigative side-scroller is tripped up somewhat by a lack of polish, but is otherwise a solid mystery adventure with plenty of replay value.