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Primarily for children, the appeal of this charming little storybook tale threatens to be devoured by repetitive dialogue.
There's more people and admittedly less space than the original, but just as many engaging challenges to be solved in this story-thin, puzzle-centric sequel.
Himalaya's long-awaited genre hybrid may water down its RPG elements, but in most respects it's a tower of strength as an adventure.
This beautiful isometric adventure debut is an engaging fourth-person puzzler that covers over a number of notable technical issues.
Carol Reed springs into her her fourteenth Swedish adventure with another intriguing slideshow-style mystery for fans and newcomers alike.
The second full season hits the ground running with an immersive first episode featuring a whole new cast, story, and branching narrative possibilities.
Though it could use more seasoning, this traditional indie adventure brews up a pleasant little inventory-laden, point-and-click experience.
This charmingly quirky side-scrolling puzzler blends Flemish Renaissance, time displacement, fantastical monsters and more for an enjoyable bite-sized adventure experience.
This delightful fairy tale adventure will win you over with its storybook-style charm and help overcome any fear of challenging logic puzzles.
It sets a low bar for interactivity, but this dialogue-heavy cyberpunk sim serves up an intriguing narrative experience.
Bucking the usual casual trend, this beautiful, puzzle-filled scavenger hunt is a short but charming little family-friendly adventure.
More style than substance, this short interactive graphic novel-styled horror is fun in short bursts before falling into the trap of repetitive gameplay.
Though its story isn't particularly rousing, this side-scrolling puzzler is as challenging as it is beautifully surreal.
This modestly designed, experimental persistent world adventure will blow you away in breaking the barrier between player and protagonist.
This culturally distinctive comic point-and-click adventure puts its best foot forward with a short but rousing opening number that needs a second act.