Articles by Jack Allin:
This short but impressively atmospheric side-scrolling adventure is light on gameplay, but dark in all the right places.
This stylish exploration of blindness has a unique artistic vision but stumbles through an incoherent story and insubstantial gameplay.
This raw, dark and disturbing story-driven experience cuts to the bone of child abuse and mental illness.
This horror series debut has grand ambitions, but its flawed survival-based gameplay may not fully resonate with adventure gamers.
There’s nothing else like it, but excessive bloating makes it hard to love this feel-good clown adventure unconditionally.
Corey Cole - Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption interview
With Hero-U back for a little Kickstarter redemption of its own, we grilled its acclaimed headmaster about the game's turbulent development.
Puzzles aren't dead; they're just hibernating in the north, like in these enlightening Inuit platforming adventures.
Though with heavy hearts, we celebrate the life of a dear friend and colleague who was taken from us far too soon.
With his Kickstarter sailing perilously towards the finish line, we caught up with the Mighty Artist/Designer! to discuss his new pirate adventure.
Got a passion for adventure games and a willingness to help make AG bigger and better than ever? Find out how you can inside!
The Raven hands-on archived preview
We stole an early look at KING Art's upcoming 1960s heist adventure, and it looks like it could be another feather in the German studio's cap.
From Cognition to Sherlock Holmes to Gemini Rue, we've fetched all the latest adventures from the App Store.
Our ongoing search for alternate puzzle-solving experiences took us through a portal into two reality-shifting dimensions.
Riddle me this: Are puzzles really important to adventures, or are they holding back the genre like an obstacle blocking forward progress?
Outside the confines of traditional genre borders, two little bots braved the platforming world in search of challenging puzzles.