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Like an intricate puzzle box, our examination of the popular series contains multiple layers, with the first three games in a single review.
Though it could use more seasoning, this traditional indie adventure brews up a pleasant little inventory-laden, point-and-click experience.
More style than substance, this short interactive graphic novel-styled horror is fun in short bursts before falling into the trap of repetitive gameplay.
The lovable loser from the '80s makes a splash in modern times in a worthy sequel to Sierra's classic comedy series.
The trials posed by this sequential-screen puzzler are as absurd as they are challenging, with little effort made to tell a coherent story.
Random killers and multiple personas form the basis for this slick, replayable FMV mystery from the creators of Doctor Dekker.
There's surprising emotional weight to this high-quality comedic "hip hop stoner noir" adventure, though the same can't be said of its lite gameplay.
There’s little gameplay of note, but this beautiful four-part historical drama provides an intriguing look beneath the surface of pre-WWI Vienna.
Upgrades will be needed, but this three-part sci-fi series about sentient robots is surely off to a promising start.
This short but lovely time-bending puzzler celebrates the friendship of children as it spirals ever onwards and upwards to a touching finish.
The rich steampunk world is a definite highlight of Grundislav's new retro-styled mystery, but there's surprisingly little to do throughout its five distinct investigations.
This unique vehicular side-scroller may look like a platformer, but under the hood it’s all adventure that shouldn’t be missed.
This ultra-short series debut from Animation Arts plays more like an abbreviated intro cut far too short than standalone, Indy-style adventure.