This stylish indie adventure looks and sounds great, but the disjointed story and illogical puzzles are utterly forgettable.
All that glitters is not gold in this promising Tinseltown spoof that deserves a Razzie for its poor localization.
This anachronistic time-travel adventure is an entertaining comic throwback to the past, in more ways than one.
Steeped in haunting atmosphere, this supernatural mystery is a masterpiece you'll surely want to possess for yourself.
This offbeat puzzler has a killer premise, but its lack of story and nonsensical puzzles aren't a recipe for success.
Falling just a little short of its desired heights, this enjoyable point-and-click angelic adventure does provide a little taste of heaven on earth.
This unheralded fantasy adventure with stained glass artwork delivers a short but sweet experience for a lazy afternoon.
More than a decade after its initial release, the popular teen sleuth's third adventure remains one of her best.
Deck13's long-missing supernatural mystery reappears, providing a haunting if not particularly horror-filled seafaring adventure.
All's fair in love and war, but reactions will run both warm and cool to Tale of Tales' latest interactive story.
Wadjet Eye constructs another fine sci-fi adventure, this time in collaboration with Technocrat Games.
The debut episode doesn't offer much mystery, but plenty of nosy explorating through a Victorian era cartoon London.
Beautiful but short-lived, the Frankenstein tale is resurrected in this tragic adventure chronicled largely through journals.
Faithful to every last dead end fault, the 2014 remake does little to enrich the original Sierra classic.