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It won't take long to play, but this charming little hand-drawn puzzler will help while away a couple hours of sweetly entertaining fun.
Look but don't touch this thoroughly dismal VR puzzler whose only means of interaction is head-tracking.
A whole lot is lost in translation, we're afraid, as this 1998 Polish fantasy adventure is finally localized into English.
Our review explains why you'll surely want to check out this surreal 1-bit adventure, if you can handle facing the emotions it's bound to elicit.
This short, simple point-and-click adventure set in chilly late-80s Soviet Union is missing a number of key components for full enjoyment.
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The pace never slacks in this brief but overall entertaining pixel art adventure about a stressful rainy morning before work.
There's no zooming through this well-acted but repetitive FMV murder mystery designed to be replayed to successfully name the culprit.
The superb fourth installment of Kate Walker's adventures is the one you've been waiting for all this time, and a fitting swan song for the late Benoît Sokal.
Even if you think "platforming"is a bad word, this game's clever word-based mechanic, poignant story and charming presentation should seal the deal.
It doesn't feel quite fully developed, keeping it from greatness, but this highly surreal adventure offers plenty to think about while it lasts.
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This beautiful 3D puzzle-platformer is a pleasant genre-bender for the most part, though the endgame may prove to be a major pain in the neck.
Limited only by a little lack of polish, this classic-styled adventure will keep you fully engaged with its serious sci-fi story and thoughtful puzzles.