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The first half of this four-part interactive period drama cruises right along with memorable characters, immersive setting and compelling slow-burn story.
This environmental puzzler manages to square engaging local co-op mechanics with a nicely rounded single player experience.
Don't sleep on this thoroughly unique, often hilarious, meticulously crafted ode to the early days of the Internet.
This comic time travel romp is a charming, distinctly British point-and-click adventure with far more peaks than valleys.
Arthurian legends vs. Jack the Ripper makes for a compelling premise, but too many design and technical issues dog this highly linear interactive story.
Those on the lookout for a classic-styled comic adventure will find much to like in this sci-fi fantasy journey through two vastly different timelines.
The only translation issues will be your own in inkle's substantial, beautifully written archeological adventure with its own ancient language to decipher.
There's little negative to say about this surprisingly dark but deeply compelling indie adventure that alternates five minigame types and anthology narrative segments.
This point-and-click fantasy adventure gets off to a wonderful start, though as an episodic debut the journey pulls up just as it's getting started.
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.
Puzzle fans will find plenty to love in this completely revamped commercial remake from the creators of Catyph and RoonSehv.
This collaborative tech-noir mystery from the creators of Kathy Rain and The Samaritan Paradox is a finely-tuned sophomore effort for both.
Revived from the grave itself, the four-part series by Telltale and Skybound is a welcome send-off that provides a worthy closure for its beloved protagonist's story.
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.