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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.
The sequel to Four Last Things is another delightful cross between Renaissance art, classical music, traditional adventure and irreverent, Pythonesque humour.
It's hard to divine much worth recommending in this short side-scroller cursed by a faulty combat system and lack of other gameplay.
Though not a seamless experience, it's easy to cotton to this charming animal adventure in an open fabric world.
This clever blend of dialogue-driven adventure with lite strategy and RPG elements has us convinced it's well worth checking out.