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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 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 narrative goes to some odd places, but this isometric puzzler packs a big-time challenge into its many miniature village locations.
Although guilty of a few repeat tasks, Fireproof has once again delivered an engaging puzzle experience that largely renders other complaints null and void.
Interactive fiction is not forgotten, as proven by this clever blend of text, images, puzzles and compelling Memento-style storytelling.
This short indie sci-fi adventure shines brightest in its presentation and wacky ideas, but both story and gameplay execution are noticeably spotty.
Don't overlook this hidden gem, a classic-styled point-and-click adventure blending fictional fun with exploration of a rarely explored culture.
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.
This puzzling sci-fi sequel shines brighter than its predecessor with increased gameplay variety and character interaction, though it fades in the end with another lack of closure.
This vibrant isometric sci-fi adventure is clearly for puzzle fans who enjoy a challenge, though it's undermined somewhat by repetitive gameplay.
The first commercial installment in this graphic novel-styled series is beautiful but ultimately ground down by weak writing and a number of mounting design issues.
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.
There is no review of a non-game that isn't a brilliantly hilarious deconstruction of various genres while still not remaining a delightfully clever outside-the-box adventure at heart.
One's enjoyment of this largely black and white, split-screen puzzler depends on whether you see its unapologetic weirdness as a feature or a serious knock against it.
This short comic book-styled interactive romance is easy to fall in love with, but parting too soon will be such sweet sorrow.