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It's not very deep, but the constant stream of quips and gags should make it worth shelling out for this amusing little marine-themed adventure.
Whoa! The enhanced remake of an already delightful comic pirate adventure is well worth forking over a few bucks to enjoy.
Frogwares' Lovecraftian action-adventure is somewhat dragged down by its own ambition, but ultimately emerges as an enjoyably atmospheric thriller.
Delve beneath the minimalist pixel art and you'll catch a fun and surprisingly challenging little sci-fi indie adventure.
The horror sequel gets a slick new setting but feels like more of the same house of horrors experience with little story clarity and even less gameplay.
This delightfully surreal indie adventure tells a surprisingly bittersweet story but is sure to leave you feeling happy when you're done.
Sci-fi fans will want to take a close look at this clever space station thriller in which players control the onboard artificial intelligence – or do they?
Though it deflates somewhat by the end, this first-person steampunk puzzler is generally a fun ride while it lasts, with the promise of more to come.
More psychological mystery than Myst-like, this beautifully surreal first-person adventure presents a compelling story of fragmented memories to piece together.
This slick little indie spacecraft exploration fumbles away much of its gameplay potential, but manages to tell a stellar story in its place.
The spindly cat and ghost chicken's first commercial outing is a delightfully charming, pirate-themed comic indie treasure.
This beautiful side-scrolling adventure towers over much of its puzzle-platforming contemporaries with a charming tale of unlikely friendship.
It may be a jungle out there, but within this tropical island adventure is a fun, nostalgia-filled experience that is destined to be compared to early '90s Sierra.
Red Thread's "fjord noir" adventure is a gorgeous yet haunting exploratory mystery that's undermined by disappointingly few answers.
Marked by narrative, design and technical issues alike, the son of Satan's series finale is doomed from the start.