Burning within this gorgeous watercolour adventure is a surprisingly challenging puzzle-platforming experience.
King's Quest has come of age, as the now-completed series is a worthy successor to the classic Sierra games of yore.
There's plenty to love in the easy but charming debut installment of Tiller and co.'s latest Azurbbean pirate adventure.
Cyan's latest opus is a multilayered 3D adventure that'll steal your breath away with its stunning exploration and challenging puzzles.
This surreal 3D adventure is beautful to explore but barely illuminates either its nighttime setting or abstract story.
This beautifully photographed slideshow puzzler is light on story but has a certain animalistic appeal.
Exploring the beautiful worlds of Catyph will delight puzzle lovers, but will alienate those who don't enjoy a serious challenge.
Flush any concerns you may have of unnecessary tinkering, as this brilliantly updated LucasArts classic will stick with you long after you finish.
Building on Mojang's colourful world, Telltale's five-part season is now complete, with one bridge piece left over for expansion.
Pulling no punches, this exploration of one family's courageous battle against terminal illness is a deeply moving experience.
The surprise fourth installment will knock you for a loop in a time-traveling madcap adventure that's part-sequel, part-prequel.
The dreamlike journey flows from one surreal environment full of challenging puzzles to another, but the waters are sometimes choppy and shallow.
This panoramic sci-fi indie adventure will throw players for a loop with its deft blend of intelligent story and engaging gameplay.
The first block in the spin-off Telltale series provides a solid foundation for the five-episode fantasy adventure.
This otherwise finely-crafted stop motion adventure in the mold of The Neverhood is held back by rough gameplay mechanics that give it feet of clay.