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Our three-part look at this casual adventure pioneer series reveals both promise and problems that will snap you back to a sobering reality.
Landing somewhere between traditional adventure and casual fare, the first of three Kheops puzzlers gets off to a solid start.
This independent ghost hunting adventure seeks signals from the afterlife, but misses the mark with too much frequency.
The venerable puzzler finally reaches the iPod age and shows it hasn't lost its classic touch in the process.
The latest Hidden Expedition charts a welcome new course into casual adventure territory, with just a little turbulence along the way.
Roberta Williams' controversial horror is disturbingly dark in tone but dangerously light on gameplay.
Adventure comes to Dinertown in this charming casual title, though you'll likely dash through it with relative ease.
Though wandering adrift through much of the game, the third voyage with Roger still leaves players feeling jolly.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it, as Amanita's mechanical masterpiece is firing on all cylinders.
If you were stranded alone on a deserted island with only one adventure to play, Kheops Studio's latest just might be the one.
There is indeed still life left in this popular franchise, but the sequel's compelling story includes some torturous gameplay frustrations.
This indie puzzle-based adventure shows worlds of promise, but its limited gameplay will leave many ready to turn the page.
Though more casual than a traditional adventure, the new "story game" from the Tex Murphy creators deals plenty of aces.
The highly-acclaimed adventure hasn't lost its edge in this enhanced port version for the Nintendo DS.
The action heats up in the SBCG4AP season finale, but still leaves a little potential smouldering in its wake.