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This sim-styled exploration of an alien ocean is richly imaginative and thoroughly engaging, delving deep into themes that are sure to hit close to home.
Picking up momentum after a slow start, this indie sci-fi story rounds into a beautiful, challenging pixel art adventure that offers much more than meets the eye.
This alien world VR adventure makes for a bit of jetpack-boosted fun, but the novelty quickly passes without much gameplay or story to support it.
There's no escaping its lack of fine-tuning, but the truth is, this indie sci-fi adventure really excels in its puzzle-centric gameplay.
You'll find far more laughs than story or gameplay complexity in this short but very funny indie detective comedy.
This short meta-narrative adventure exhibits similar ideas to The Stanley Parable, but pushes enough right buttons to be worth a look.
This open world cyberpunk adventure is light on gameplay but delivers big, by air and land, with its impressive dystopian backdrop and the stories of those who populate it.
This what-if take on the life of Christ attempts to hammer home its Biblical foundation but fails in its execution due to an overwritten script and underwhelming gameplay.
This MacVenture-style throwback series shows promise, but here and now this Lovecraftian debut is merely a stage-setter for more to come.
This charming little puzzle-platformer has some nice ideas dealing with light and shadow, but it runs out of power just when it should be ramping up.
The popular puzzle game series makes an enlightened first foray into the realm of virtual reality with another substantial challenge.
This short but charming paper-based adventure about long-distance relationships wraps story and gameplay together beautifully.
This short but charming family-friendly fantasy adventure is a tasty appetizer that's spoiled somewhat by bugs and localization issues.
This short game collection from the creator of The Dream Machine provides a welcome puzzle challenge in a surreal story that's too abstract to be accessible.
The sequel to Four Last Things is another delightful cross between Renaissance art, classical music, traditional adventure and irreverent, Pythonesque humour.