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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.
There's no disguising its lack of user-friendliness, but this charming absurdist point-and-click comedy should provide a welcome break from the daily grind.
Now's the perfect time to treat yourself to a pair of heartwarming character-driven rom-com adventures, the second taking place under a challenging pandemic lockdown.
Amanita fans will once again find much to delight in, though its innocent CHUCHEL-like graphics and gameplay conceal a much darker, gorier heart within.
The quirky presentation and eclectic cast of characters outclass the uneven gameplay and storytelling in this top-down, time-looping school adventure.
Whether in VR or on flatscreen, the newly reimagined version of Cyan's seminal classic is sure to be a hit with puzzle-adventure fans new and old.
Far from firing on all cylinders, this visually distinctive open-world science-fantasy adventure can't mask its broken mechanics and underserviced design.
This original deduction-driven investigation from the famed Belgian detective's early career is sure to be a not-so-guilty pleasure for mystery fans.
It's easy to lose oneself for a couple hours in this beautifully charming little isometric puzzler from the creators of Agent A.
A few optional boss fights are easily glossed over by a tasty blend of whimsically charming world painting and a surprisingly poignant underlying story.
Though its tale of separated lovers is charming while it lasts, this isometric adventure is so short and simple that its gameplay potential quickly goes up in smoke.
This charming black-and-white isometric photography adventure is sure to make you smile for the precious few hours it takes to reach the end.
Though lacking in puzzle challenge, this lovely Burton-esque action-adventure is a dream come true for those up for some surreal 3D platforming.
There are very few weak areas in this eighties-nostalgia-fueled adventure we recommend with little reservation.
This lovely casual adventure with no hidden object searches is sadly undermined by a lack of any compelling story or gameplay.