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History doesn't repeat itself, as the mildly entertaining Moebius falls well short of Jane Jensen's best efforts from the past.
This completely offbeat comedy adventure scores big with the laughs, though its story is a bit of a blank slate.
The second episode comes together with a wealth of difficult choices, making it a no-brainer for series fans.
Its compelling period setting is rock solid, but too many problems prevent this dual-character adventure from taking off.
The second installment of this two-part mini-saga does nothing to revive the famed vampire's tarnished reputation.
Puzzle lovers will feel right at home in this casual fantasy sequel that sacrifices story for gameplay.
Its puzzles may be suspect, but never enough to bog down this thoroughly charming investigative adventure.
This disappointing sheep in wolf's clothing took longer than usual to arrive but will take quicker than usual to finish.
It falls short of heaven, but there's plenty of fun to be found in this virtual-life-after-death psychological thriller.
This oddball retro whodunit has an entertaining plot and characters, but its gameplay and jokes lack any real punch.
This gorgeous indie fantasy offers plenty of challenging puzzles, but its story was severely given a short shrift.
The second season starts with a bang, though its player choices for now are more bark than bite.
This would-be Machinarium clone is light on both story and puzzles, but can be fetching at times in its charming simplicity.
This short but charming cartoon bug adventure will have you climbing the walls for all the right reasons.
This stylish hand-drawn period piece has some interesting ideas, but its uneven execution prohibits much enjoyment.