My first video game was a 50 cent copy of “Ages of Myst” that I bought at a yard sale sometime before 2008. Now I love video games, including adventure and turn-based strategy.
My favorite type of adventure games is horror, like the Dark Fall games. I have a wonderful husband named Louie.
The four-part horror sequel is a welcome re-entry into Victorian era London filled with Lovecraftian-style chills and improved gameplay variety.
The three-part Victorian era murder mystery eases into what looks to be a ripping good yarn to come.
Light on actual horror, this short but sweet Halloween-themed interlude treats fans to enough goodies to tide them over until Blackenrock.
Cleverly seasoned with a blend of dark themes with childlike innocence, this surreal indie adventure finds the recipe for success.
This unique video database mystery is a testimony to the combined strengths of FMV and text adventure.
This Gone Home-style adventure is rich in atmospheric exploration but keeps you feeling largely in the dark.
The enhanced edition of this interplanetary sci-fi puzzler can be probed more deeply and enjoyably than ever.
The commercial Collector's Edition bundle is a great way to get your foot in the door of this riveting four-part retro horror series.
Puzzle lovers will feel right at home in this casual fantasy sequel that sacrifices story for gameplay.
This haunting family drama offers a different type of Choose Your Own Adventure in between its stealth-based gameplay.
This dark horror trilogy faces an uphill climb after a debut installment with no real story, puzzles, or scares of note.
The puzzles are much more logical in the new, improved version, but the still-vague story and now-dangerous supernatural encounters may yet drive you insane.
This casual puzzler offers up a pleasant locale for an overnight getaway, but its story and characters fail to really register.
There's nothing artificial about this genuinely intelligent sci-fi adventure, which cleverly blends a host of varied gameplay elements into one unique whole.
The haunted high school mystery earns a passing grade for its FMV implementation, but fails to deliver in most other ways.