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First came the pandemic lockdown, followed by this modest little FMV sci-fi mystery whose scenic French village is the one thing you're sure to look back on fondly.
Though playtime is cut understandably short, this lovely hand-designed papercraft adventure unfolds with abundant charm.
Though filled with challenging science-based puzzles, this beautiful but methodical edutainment adventure is a bit too laborious to unlock its full potential.
What a big review we have of this lovely fairy tale adventure, all the better to fill you in on this charming Groundhog Day-style reimagining of The Wizard of Oz.
Casting aside the traditional whodunit formula, inkle's splashy new adventure is a delightfully fun and highly replayable shipboard murder blame game.
This short alien invasion thriller has moments of genuine atmospheric tension, but can't seal the deal with a narrative and characters to match.
The creators of Primordia aren't clowning around in this beautiful, brilliant but relentlessly bleak abstract nightmare adventure.
Though coming up a little short on production value, this sci-fi-tinged The Room-style puzzler exhibits all the other positive qualities as its acclaimed inspirations.
Though it takes a few strange turns, this scenic surrealist road trip adventure gets a thumbs-up for its eclectic characters and stories.
This minimalist puzzler with a surprisingly poignant story conveyed through light and shadow will bring plenty of good feelings to the surface for the short time it lasts.
Though it poses some interesting concepts, this sci-fi pixel art adventure's problematic writing and underwhelming gameplay result in an unmemorable experience.
Though the limited use of the license is enough to make you weep, this found phone investigation is otherwise another rock-solid adventure from the creators of SIMULACRA.
The HD remake of the Toblers' challenging archeological puzzler looks, sounds and plays better than before but hard-earned answers are as elusive as ever.
This experimental, noir-themed art installation exploring life's big questions begins with a bang but loses momentum before the end.
With its striking pencil sketch aesthetic and effective blend of genre elements, this chilling mountain horror adventure reaches consistently impressive heights.