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Now with music and illustrations, this charming text adventure has a few fun tricks up its sleeve in subverting the classic whodunit.
An impressive recursive puzzle world is modeled in beautiful 3D environments, but it's hard to love the characters driving the underlying romance story.
The fetching can get tiresome, but there's plenty of humour and darker secrets to dig up in this unique open-world canine adventure.
There are very few weak areas in this eighties-nostalgia-fueled adventure we recommend with little reservation.
This supernatural point-and-click adventure is beautifully atmospheric, but no substantial investigative gameplay ever really materializes.
It takes two to enjoy this slick asymmetrical co-op spy thriller, which is sneaky fun while it lasts, especially when you're forced to hustle.
The dark fairytale sequel feels more visually distinctive than its predecessor, but it's haunted by too many missteps proving that bigger isn't always better.
Making objects vanish with a magician's cloth is a clever conceit while it lasts, though any real challenge disappears right along with them.
Reimaged from an award-winning Skyrim mod, this slickly produced time-looping mystery in a cursed Roman city is a truly memorable experience.
Though it blows hot and cold in certain areas, overall this first-person adventure is an emotionally powerful story about coping with memory loss.
This impressive point-and-click horror/detective adventure is elevated by its stunning comic book art and clever dual-character narrative.
There are puzzles aplenty in this Africa-themed escape-room-style adventure, though it ails somewhat from drab design and a superficial exploration of its titular subject.
This lovely casual adventure with no hidden object searches is sadly undermined by a lack of any compelling story or gameplay.
This short but scenic hike through the forest could have been memorable, but a lack of gameplay substance leaves much to be desired.
This short, thoughtful genre-bending adventure looks better than it plays throughout its discrete five-act exploration of art and identity.