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From ancient India to Victorian England, you couldn't buy a puzzle in these experimental narrative experiences.
'Tis the season to follow the genre's brightest stars and capture their personal holiday wishes on camera.
The minds behind the games take centre stage in the final part of our convention round-up from London.
Set up in brand new digs, the fourth annual genre convention in London had well over a dozen upcoming games to check out first-hand.
Your perspective on puzzling platformers may just be turned in unexpected ways in these two stylish offerings.
A pair of haunted houses provide some offbeat puzzling fun, but will scare off anyone looking for story depth.
It's time to break the silence on a new wave of iOS exclusives and popular ports of PC adventures from the App Store.
These two puzzle-platformers emulate the popular Portal formula with their own clever ideas, if not quite the story depth or polish.
Light on gameplay, heavy on reading, adventures like these are turning the page to a newer breed of visual fiction.
It's the rich settings and gameplay that add most of the colour in these largely black-and-white puzzle-platformers.
There's a wealth of creative gaming goodness squeezed into each pixel of these lo-tech puzzle-platformers.
For some short but sweet adventuring all in one sitting, these two solitary exploration games should be just the right speed.
Designer Steve Gaynor explains why the family story exploration is still a game without guns, puzzles, or other traditional obstacles.
Quietly tucked in amidst the glitz and glamour were a host of promising adventures that we witnessed first-hand.
Botanicula, The Room, and Doggins highlight the latest round-up of adventures (and adventure-ishes) from the App Store.