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There isn't much challenge to halt progress, but the new game from the creators of Virginia will captivate you with its three dramatic, slickly produced stories.
This post-Soviet side-scrolling adventure provides a compelling pixel art horror ambience, though some punishing technical issues are unearthed along the way.
It's easy to lose oneself for a couple hours in this beautifully charming little isometric puzzler from the creators of Agent A.
This looping top-down murder mystery provides plenty of compelling possibilities, though the good times begin to diminish as the repetition increases.
This unique anthology of retro-styled 1-bit adventures pays off with an abundance of nightmare weirdness and deeply unsettling ambience.
A few optional boss fights are easily glossed over by a tasty blend of whimsically charming world painting and a surprisingly poignant underlying story.
Though its tale of separated lovers is charming while it lasts, this isometric adventure is so short and simple that its gameplay potential quickly goes up in smoke.
This sci-fi puzzler is as proficient at weaving a compelling narrative thread as it is presenting a host of challenging variations on a single wire-based conceit.
Although plagued somewhat by its short length, this atmospheric retro-styled slideshow adventure brings out the best of the familiar gothic horror genre.
This charming black-and-white isometric photography adventure is sure to make you smile for the precious few hours it takes to reach the end.
Its lack of puzzle challenge is redeemed by a haunting atmosphere and a fearless exploration of dark themes in this atmospheric side-scrolling sequel.
Though lacking in puzzle challenge, this lovely Burton-esque action-adventure is a dream come true for those up for some surreal 3D platforming.
Detalion's series revival is a visual delight, but enjoyment is regularly opposed by a confusing story, cumbersome interface and poor puzzles.
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.