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It's Nancy Drew-meets-reality TV in a weak installment that only shines in bits and pieces.
This unique horror seen through the eyes of a two-year-old is rich in creepy atmosphere but its gameplay is a bit wobbly on its legs.
This 1996 parody offers a few amusing chuckles, but the absence of any real gameplay might leave even the most die-hard Myst hater feeling what the title implies.
Cyan's exploratory 3D adventure gets an impressive graphical makeover that makes Myst look more real than ever.
The free-roaming version of Cyan's venerable classic took players to a whole new dimension and a short new Age.
The penultimate episode is a disappointingly toothless affair that's all dressed up with nowhere to go.
The magical surrealist adventure rolls brilliantly along, delivering its first glimpse of a coherent story arc.
The middle installment carves out a slow character-driven drama before ramping up to a mind-blowing conclusion.
A bit of bone-picking aside, this intriguing minimalist indie adventure offers plenty of philosophical food for thought.
Its story is paper-thin, but this beautifully meditative pop-up adventure book is a page-turner of a different kind.
Updated and re-released, the 2014 edition looks better than ever, though its cosmetic makeover can't hide all of the original game's shortfalls.
This indie fantasy adventure whimsically satirizes the genre, though its puzzle design lacks the magic of its old-school inspirations.
Revolution's two-part globetrotting sequel is now complete, successfully triumphing over the curse of high expectations.
This brilliantly innovative, surreal 3D puzzler will surely strike a chord with the musically-inclined.
The middle installment's story intensity grows by leaps and bounds, with some meaty confrontations to really sink your teeth into.