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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.
It's easy to lose oneself for a couple hours in this beautifully charming little isometric puzzler from the creators of Agent A.
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.
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.
While still very much grounded in visual novel-style gameplay, the spiritual successor to Root Letter is a much-improved encore for fans of murder mysteries.
Reimaged from an award-winning Skyrim mod, this slickly produced time-looping mystery in a cursed Roman city is a truly memorable experience.
Metal detecting in the scenic English countryside is only a mediocre exercise without enough narrative treasures to unearth along the way.
The hours spent tooling around Studio Fizbin's gorgeous archipelago in this clever, emotionally powerful puzzle-platforming adventure will make you glad you chose to play it.
Those willing to overlook a lack of gameplay will find a darkly compelling live-action thriller with plenty of replay value.
Though filled with challenging science-based puzzles, this beautiful but methodical edutainment adventure is a bit too laborious to unlock its full potential.
Casting aside the traditional whodunit formula, inkle's splashy new adventure is a delightfully fun and highly replayable shipboard murder blame game.
Though it takes a few strange turns, this scenic surrealist road trip adventure gets a thumbs-up for its eclectic characters and stories.