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There's plenty of humour but not many hues in this fun little debut title.
The game is afoot, as Flashback Friday unearths the great detective's first lost file.
Martin Mystère leaves Dorian Gray behind, reaching North American shores with a new name.
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Scratches has plenty to satisfy your itch for an atmospheric horror adventure.
The game's early promise is stabbed in the foot with self-inflicted wounds.
A wholesome family adventure combining ethics and entertainment? Trust us.
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This unheralded comic AGS game isn't just any point n click adventure. It's a darn good one.
Rob has a few malfunctions on his romp around the world, but still returns impressed with the new 3D adventure from Frogwares.
The watercolour adventures of Carol Reed continue in this solid sequel to Remedy.
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.
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We could have sworn we'd covered this already, but Kim reviews the oft-ported GameBoy Color version.