Feast your eyes as we do a flyby of another full month's worth of top indie freeware adventures.
A Short Tale review
Although story and characters are given short-shrift, this escape-the-room adventure toys with charming puzzles and nostalgia-inducing fun.
The Last Door: Season Two review
The four-part horror sequel is a welcome re-entry into Victorian era London filled with Lovecraftian-style chills and improved gameplay variety.
You just can't fit a 25-year retrospective into one article, so our mega-interview with Revolution's legendary co-founder concludes today.
With Revolution celebrating its silver anniversary, we sat down with the acclaimed designer to discuss the studio's enduring legacy.
Fragments of Him preview
An extensive GDC demo provided the first substantial piece of this narrative exploration of love and loss.
Based on a real-world Russian submarine disaster, this fictionalized adventure is sunk by numerous faulty design issues.
Building on Mojang's colourful world, Telltale's five-part season is now complete, with one bridge piece left over for expansion.
Once the novelty wears off, this surreal dream journey proves to be a largely forgettable explorational platforming experience.
A new fantasy anthology will be music to the ears of classic Sierra fans, though its debut works better as a standalone quest.
This dark fairy tale takes a novel approach with its dual-contolled protagonists and book-bound lore that supports the brief but fulfilling gameplay.
This adaptation of the Portuguese graphic novels delivers a thin story but rich world topped with plenty of eye candy.
The A.B.C. Murders review
The latest Agatha Christie adaptation spins a pretty good murder mystery, though it doesn't take Hercule Poirot to spell out its simple deductions.
Alasdair Beckett-King's loony pirate adventure is a pun-filled hoot to play and leaves very little to grouse about.
A rendezvous with The Odd Gentlemen offered an early peek at "Once Upon a Climb", and we fell in love with what we saw.
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