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Apart from a few objections, this voxel-based mystery adventure should be a dream come true for would-be detectives who enjoy deep, intriguing worlds to explore.
This isometric puzzler provides plenty of time-wasting fun, but only if you're able to power through its poorly implemented controls.
It doesn't look or sound much like sci-fi or feel very scary, but this slow-starting side-scroller does offer a taste of paranormal drama that builds towards a satisfying conclusion.
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.
Though not quite as scary as its acclaimed predecessor, Frictional's long-awaited sequel still delivers plenty of high-quality, narrative-rich horror that is sure to give you cold sweats.
While the humour and violence is often tasteless, this scrappy little four-part indie adventure pays back an early investment by getting better as it goes along.
Weak storytelling and a lack of gameplay are all too real in this otherwise beautiful side-scrolling exploration of depression.
Cosmo D's surreal character-driven adventure is light on gameplay but delivers plenty of tasty Lynchian weirdness.
We're going out on a limb in calling this the most entertaining Viking-themed, body desecrating side-scroller ever made.
This wonderfully surreal environmental puzzler might just give you a whole different perspective on problem solving with everyday objects.
It's not very long, but this hilarious reptile romp has enough memorable characters and bite-sized minigames to sink your teeth into and still have enough left over for later.
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.
This what-if take on the life of Christ attempts to hammer home its Biblical foundation but fails in its execution due to an overwritten script and underwhelming gameplay.
This MacVenture-style throwback series shows promise, but here and now this Lovecraftian debut is merely a stage-setter for more to come.