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In this comparative review with SIMULACRA, we touch on a pair of surprisingly different spiritual sequels dialed into the investigative phone sim formula.
In this comparative review with Another Lost Phone, we touch on a pair of surprisingly different spiritual sequels dialed into the investigative phone sim formula.
The many rooms of Leonardo's workshop are filled with intricate and often challenging, if sometimes finicky, inventions to manipulate and puzzles to solve.
The second season stays true to the source material, but isn’t likely to build much interest outside of diehard series fans.
The fruits of your labour will be abundant challenge and delight in this unique four-panel puzzler that's as gorgeous as it is clever.
Though the puzzles may fall a little short of the presentation, this comedy cartoon adventure is still a devilishly good time.
The Telltale-Marvel team-up has decidedly mixed results, unable to forge the proper relationships between its lead characters.
In lieu of traditional adventuring, player choice drives this cinematically impressive interactive live-action crime movie.
This full-blown sequel is another quality adventure, though some of the original charm is nosed out by darker themes.
Though its ghostly presence warns you away, casual adventure fans should discover a mildly diverting experience filled with puzzles.
Its story and challenge are largely immaterial, but casual fans may want to take note of this ghostly sequel.
An easy-going finale with a hectic pace, this represents the series apex in many key ways, making the full trilogy required gaming for adventure fans.
The next generation of Layton adventures inherits many of the same good qualities, though it’s still dogged by poor integration.
Riddle us this: What has great production values, compelling characters, hard decisions, and mind-numbingly easy gameplay?
Joe Richardson's collage-based absurdist Renaissance adventure is funny, clever and – we must confess – a thoroughly guilty pleasure.