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Drawing inspiration from celebrated classics, this alluring point-and-click adventure creates a charming path between the past, present, and future.
It may not be very deep, but this Machinarium-styled puzzler is well-constructed and really blossoms in its gorgeous sci-fi presentation.
The charmingly noir-tinged third Sir Typhil adventure is the biggest so far, though it comes up short whenever it veers too far into RPG territory.
Its thoughtful story, well-written dialog and voice acting, beautiful graphics and sound make this game a must-play for adventure game fans.
Sir Typhil returns in a much more substantial adventure, but the stealth sequences are sure to scare off all but the most diehard series fans.
We look back at Sir Typhil's first game, a short, modest fantasy adventure dragged down by frustrating roguelike elements that feel shoehorned in.
If early graphic adventures had been made for arcades, they might have looked and played something like this madcap time-limited romp.
It won't take long to play, but this charming little hand-drawn puzzler will help while away a couple hours of sweetly entertaining fun.
Limited only by a little lack of polish, this classic-styled adventure will keep you fully engaged with its serious sci-fi story and thoughtful puzzles.
Whether playing solo or co-op, you can lose yourself for days in both the official and community-made levels of this charming escape-room puzzler.
This side-scrolling cyberpunk pixel art adventure sure looks enticing, but both gameplay and storytelling issues may prove harder to digest.
More an educational tour than full-fledged adventure, one night's patrol in remote Antarctica is nevertheless worth a look for those who enjoy more subtle narrative experiences.
An engaging portal mechanic in this gorgeous side-scrolling adventure ties the challenging action and puzzle elements together brilliantly.
As similar as it is to the beloved To the Moon, the latest series installment is very much its own distinctive construction in a number of surprising ways.
The quirky presentation and eclectic cast of characters outclass the uneven gameplay and storytelling in this top-down, time-looping school adventure.