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This richly atmospheric side-scroller is a compelling journey through the big bad woods, though it also feels eerily similar to another artist's work.
The debut installment of this classic-styled comic adventure serves up a tasty but undercooked appetizer that only teases of the full course to come.
The gameplay and story are decidedly slight, but the strength of this leisurely fantasy nature walk is in its lovely presentation.
This brilliantly absurd, thoroughly absorbing roleplaying adventure will be music to the ears of any open world mystery lover.
It doesn't undo all the issues of its predecessors, but the dystopian future adventure in Argentina is back for its biggest and best installment in the series finale.
This genre-defying sci-fi adventure is elevated by its uniquely immersive blend of roguelike, sub sim and puzzle elements.
Though not a seamless experience, it's easy to cotton to this charming animal adventure in an open fabric world.
While its gameplay is decidedly simple, this choice-driven FMV thriller is a riveting interactive movie with impressive production values and replayability.
There's no escaping its short length and lack of challenge, but this lite sci-fi adventure provides a charming, quick-paced exploration of a retro-styled alien world.
This grim and gritty religious-themed adventure nails its graphic novel-style aesthetic, but possesses too many gameplay and translation issues to fully recommend.
While some of its rough edges aren't quite so endearing, this challenging indie adventure is one of the better(ish) Myst-style puzzlers available in recent times.
Though it threatens to stall out early on, once it hits warp speed this 25-year-old sci-fi adventure proves faithful to its source material and provides an engaging point-and-click experience all around.
This clever blend of dialogue-driven adventure with lite strategy and RPG elements has us convinced it's well worth checking out.
The new isometric adventure from the creators of STASIS lives up to its name, presenting a gorgeous and imaginative future Earth with plenty of room left over for more worldbuilding.
There's no real challenge here to be chicken of, just plenty of whimsical weirdness and a few pesky bugs in this quirky French adventure.