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Whoa! The enhanced remake of an already delightful comic pirate adventure is well worth forking over a few bucks to enjoy.
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 point-and-click political satire pulls out all the stops in delivering a highly polished and thoroughly entertaining experience.
The first half of this four-part interactive period drama cruises right along with memorable characters, immersive setting and compelling slow-burn story.
Don't sleep on this thoroughly unique, often hilarious, meticulously crafted ode to the early days of the Internet.
It’s not too long and its focus is very narrow, but you can count on this surreal little corridor adventure to deliver a unique exploratory experience.
This real-time spy thriller will keep you busy sneaking and snooping around an hour at a time, but is tripped up by some troublesome mechanical and narrative issues.
Crikey, this short, simple retro-styled adventure presents a hilariously snarky slice of life in a quaint and quirky British town.
Nearly halfway through, we're still oscillating on this socially conscious, seven-part series set in a fantasy version of the Roaring Twenties.
This stunning German adventure made with real miniature sets is bubbling with charm, even if its ambitious narrative rushes a bit too rapidly to its conclusion.
Primarily for children, the appeal of this charming little storybook tale threatens to be devoured by repetitive dialogue.
Himalaya's long-awaited genre hybrid may water down its RPG elements, but in most respects it's a tower of strength as an adventure.
This beautiful isometric adventure debut is an engaging fourth-person puzzler that covers over a number of notable technical issues.
Though it could use more seasoning, this traditional indie adventure brews up a pleasant little inventory-laden, point-and-click experience.