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Like an intricate puzzle box, our examination of the popular series contains multiple layers, with the first three games in a single review.
Believe it or not, this charmingly surreal platforming adventure is one of the more enjoyable games you’ve probably never heard of.
There's more people and admittedly less space than the original, but just as many engaging challenges to be solved in this story-thin, puzzle-centric sequel.
This 3DS exclusive catches lightning in a bottle with a charming mix of Pokémon and lighthearted mystery adventure.
Himalaya's long-awaited genre hybrid may water down its RPG elements, but in most respects it's a tower of strength as an adventure.
While not particularly deep, this VR-exclusive, physics-based scavenger hunt is a rip-roaring good time while it lasts.
An ambitious attempt to assemble a compelling historical mystery with narrative RPG elements ultimately loses its way after an initially promising start.
This beautiful isometric adventure debut is an engaging fourth-person puzzler that covers over a number of notable technical issues.
Carol Reed springs into her her fourteenth Swedish adventure with another intriguing slideshow-style mystery for fans and newcomers alike.
The second full season hits the ground running with an immersive first episode featuring a whole new cast, story, and branching narrative possibilities.
This Myst-style adventure offers a serious challenge, though it'll leave even the most ardent puzzle fan howling at the many technical issues.
This PlayStation horror exclusive is rich in disturbing atmosphere, but honestly there's very little gameplay or comprehensible story resting deep within it.
Though it could use more seasoning, this traditional indie adventure brews up a pleasant little inventory-laden, point-and-click experience.