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The HD remake of the Toblers' challenging archeological puzzler looks, sounds and plays better than before but hard-earned answers are as elusive as ever.
This experimental, noir-themed art installation exploring life's big questions begins with a bang but loses momentum before the end.
With its striking pencil sketch aesthetic and effective blend of genre elements, this chilling mountain horror adventure reaches consistently impressive heights.
It gets a few things wrong, but otherwise this entertaining, puzzle-filled visit to the Greek island is well worth a look for VR gamers.
You're sure to find the second season of micro-adventures with McQueen and Dooley is handled just as expertly and hilariously as the first.
Its cheesy B movie fun is a highlight, but there's very little gameplay or challenge to tide you over in this short live-action sci-fi thriller.
Like Ace Attorney meets Zoom, this delightfully homemade legal adventure riffs on both online culture and awkward video conferencing.
There's plenty of fun to unearth in this beautifully hand-painted archeological sci-fi adventure set three thousand years in the future.
There's little gameplay but plenty of compelling atmosphere to be found this alternate-history exploratory adventure set within a grand underground Nazi installation.
The narrative goes to some odd places, but this isometric puzzler packs a big-time challenge into its many miniature village locations.
You'd be crazy to pass up this boldly designed, delightfully unique nature sim with a surprisingly compelling story to crack at the center of it all.
Though its production values are much higher, this Lovecraftian murder mystery isn't quite as fleshed out as its less ambitious predecessor.
Though this atmospheric physics puzzler centered around light and shadow can be enjoyed solo, it shines brightest when played with a partner in two-player co-op.
Those who relish a more personal, dread-filled type of horror than abject terror will feel great affection for Red Candle's long-awaited follow-up to Detention.
This dual-world side-scroller has lovely pictures and a thoughtfully written story, though you won't find much gameplay complexity or challenge here.