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This experimental narrative experience weaves together an unusual, intriguing, sometimes obtuse blend of imagery about escaping the drudgery of life.
Nearly devoid of story but enriched by exploration, atmosphere and puzzles, one's appreciation of this indie first-person adventure is no black-and-white matter.
This "found phone" sequel dials down its gameplay, and the lack of suspense and unrelatable characters fall well short of a ringing endorsement.
Things are looking up for whodunit fans, as Detective Grimoire is back with another painterly, puzzle-filled mystery to unravel, and this time he's got company.
This beautifully artistic adaptation is light on gameplay but faithfully captures the spirit of Mary Shelley's classic novel creation.
It's rough around the edges, but there's plenty of style and substance to this timely single player adventure that feels like a two-player co-op experience.
While light on gameplay, this text-driven interactive travelogue will leave you yearning for a riveting globetrotting adventure of your own.
With this charming, stylish side-scroller, the first of hopefully many more adventures for an intrepid young heroine is in the books, brilliantly blending murder mystery and character drama.
Amanita pulls an ace out of its sleeve with this short but delightfully charming adventure with a highly replayable card-based gameplay mechanic.
This Her Story-like exploration of a controversial real-world murder conviction is an intriguing concept that lacks the necessary bite to be memorable.
The new FMV database investigation from the creator of Her Story is bigger and bolder, though honestly it loses a little something in its over-reaching ambition.
Nearly three decades later, the indie sequel to Sierra's renowned historical adventure is seriously undermined by its weak production values and pan-worthy gameplay.
Video did NOT kill the radio star, as this short but unique audio-themed adventure will have you thoroughly tuned into its engaging conceit while it lasts.
This surreal world-hopping adventure doesn't always connect, but let's call it a qualified success for its intriguing atmosphere and most unusual mechanics.
This collaborative tech-noir mystery from the creators of Kathy Rain and The Samaritan Paradox is a finely-tuned sophomore effort for both.