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The sequel takes its many puzzles underground, but manages to bury much of its appeal in the process.
The shareware sequel is short, sweet, smells like mushrooms, and well worth the small purchase price.
The town might be nameless, but Delaware St. John is starting to make a name for himself in this impressive sequel.
We could have sworn we'd covered this already, but Kim reviews the oft-ported GameBoy Color version.
Agatha Christie's adapted thriller provides an enjoyable whodunit, with a few whydunits along the way.
The gavel comes down on the quirky courtroom comedy/drama for the Nintendo DS. Click here for the verdict.
The third King's Quest is no slave to its roots, but still conjures up a winning formula.
The new Law & Order spin-off shows promise, but its technical crimes undermine its intent.
Kim finds the latest Nancy Drew mystery to be just the ticket for a light adventure.
The book finally closes on the renowned series. Click this last link for our impressions.
Emily resumes her Reviewer's Quest through Sierra's acclaimed series.
> You are sitting in front of Rob's review of Malinche Entertainment's latest commercial IF game.
Westwood handed Kyrandia's fate to a new heroine, and produced a sequel superior in many ways.
Claire sets sail with an oddball cast in this quirky indie adventure worth keeping an eye on.
Text adventures began in a cave, but graphic adventures began in the Mystery House.