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This classic-styled pirate-themed adventure will mostly be a blessing for point-and-click fans, though it breaks down somewhat with a rushed finale.
This wonderfully surreal environmental puzzler might just give you a whole different perspective on problem solving with everyday objects.
This grim industrial side-scroller shows more than a spark of creative inspiration, but is bogged down by poor PC controls and some frustrating action elements.
This indie French bird adventure is filled with personality and charm, but its rough edges and puzzle stumbles prevent it from truly soaring.
There's not much story to unearth, but this charming little VR adventure is worth digging into for an original take on Lewis Carroll's Wonderland.
No monkeying around allowed in this beautiful but gameplay-deficient, unoriginal choice-driven story of one primate species versus another.
It's not very long, but this hilarious reptile romp has enough memorable characters and bite-sized minigames to sink your teeth into and still have enough left over for later.
Though it suffers somewhat from extreme narrative ambiguity, this side-scrolling puzzler is a thoughtful and entertaining exploration of old age and memory loss.
This beautifully designed and consistently entertaining fantasy adventure tells a very poignant human story deeply rooted in Scandinavian folklore.
Player choice is a key part of this entertaining mystery populated by anthropomorphic animals, though its voice acting and polish issues prevent it from reaching its highest potential.
Though falling short of a masterpiece, the sequel to Blue Brain's 2017 historical adventure offers multiple good times for puzzle lovers.
Eric Chahi's unique alien world VR adventure unfolds with no story but is littered with memorable moments and wrapped up in plenty of inspired creativity.
This stylish isometric adventure may be over all too soon, but fans of emotional narratives and clever puzzling should find it a keeper.
The complete five-verse permadeath horror series largely squanders its richly atmospheric presentation with a number of noteworthy design issues.
Amanita's latest is a beautifully textured, cleverly layered puzzle-platformer that never strains under the weight of its abundant creativity.