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Horror fans watching out for a substantial ghost hunting experience will find clever puzzles, a bit of tedium, and more than enough creepy atmosphere in the latest from Darkling Room to keep them up at night playing.
Walking a fine line between fun and frustration, RPG and adventure, this indie point-and-click debut falls a little short of its obvious potential.
It nearly sinks under the weight of its convoluted ending, but until then this future-noir visual novel murder mystery is an effective page-turner.
The many scenic locales of Sweden are where you'll find one of the very best Carol Reed adventures in the amateur sleuth's fifteenth mystery.
This stylish puzzler shines brightest in its presentation, though the gameplay doesn't have quite the same lustre as the gorgeous art and sound.
Behind its traditional point-and-click facade, this one-of-a-kind five-part adventure series is a bold, sometimes baffling, always surprising blend of memorably offbeat adventuring.
This experimental narrative experience weaves together an unusual, intriguing, sometimes obtuse blend of imagery about escaping the drudgery of life.
Those looking for a relaxing underwater experience are in for a whale of a time, but it's not particularly deep in either story or gameplay.
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.
Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri's acclaimed graphic novel is stripped of all its best elements in this disastrously clunky turn-of-the-century action-adventure from Artematica.
This modest little production manages to make a name for itself with its dark but intriguing focus on concealing a series of covert terrorist assassinations.
Although very light on player interaction, this childhood reminiscence of a 93-year-old Belgian woman provides a sobering snapshot of life under German occupation in WWII.
This narrative exploration game may be light on gameplay but should be just the ticket for movie lovers looking to revel in a mystery hearkening back to the Golden Age of Hollywood.
This brief, beautiful nature excursion soars above its bigger-budget contemporaries with a charming presentation and surprisingly rewarding gameplay.