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Arrr! The latest adventure from Kheops proves to be a treasure, but you may have to hunt to find it.
The latest puzzle-adventure offers plenty of Myst-style goodness, but it's missing an aura of its own.
Reality may byte, but Reality 2.0 is all fun and games, as Sam & Max go digital in the best episode so far.
This short-but-sweet fantasy adventure shows itself worthy of gobblin' up an hour of your time.
This comic murder mystery has a style of its own and plenty of promise, but the results aren't quite so black and white.
"The Replayable Adventure" is true to its claim, though the pickings prove a little slim along the way.
This highly anticipated sequel is sure to make a splash, but can't quite decide whether to sink or swim.
The famous literary worlds of Holmes and Cthulhu collide, but is the showdown worth losing any sleep over?
The famed Danish storyteller wings his way from page to PC in his very own fairy tale adventure.
The verdict is in: Capcom has whipped up another fine Phoenix Wright DS adventure.
Political incorrectness abounds in the biggest and best Sam & Max episode of the season to date.
The hidden secrets of Libbie Custer make one last stand in this debut indie historical adventure.
The new "interactive novel" for the DS looks to turn the adventure genre on its side, but comes with a few reservations.
Forget Star Trek. Rex Nebular boldly goes where no man has gone before, and Flashback Friday tags along for the ride.
Season One speeds to the halfway point with plenty of wisecracks and wise guys.