The third episode ascends to great storytelling heights, then hurtles towards its climactic ending with breakneck speed.
1954: Alcatraz preview
With Daedalic's prison break adventure counting down the months until release, designer Gene Mocsy unlocked many new details in our GDC preview.
Anna - Extended Edition review
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.
Police Quest: Open Season review
The move to L.A. brought a gritty urban realism to the series, but Sierra's fourth cop quest is handcuffed by poor design and narrative choices.
The Secret World feature
A secret no more, Funcom's hybrid MMO may just expose adventure gamers to a whole new world of story-driven horror/sci-fi/fantasy roleplaying.
The Night of the Rabbit preview
With the release of Matt Kempke's promising fantasy adventure dawning soon, we leapt at the chance to see Daedalic show the game in action.
There's no ducking out of a free month's worth of adventure featuring Tim Schafer, dead cyborgs, a karate-kicking President, and much more.
Eye on iOS: Volume 8 feature
From Cognition to Sherlock Holmes to Gemini Rue, we've fetched all the latest adventures from the App Store.
Astroloco: Worst Contact review
The laughs keep this futuristic (but retro) sci-fi adventure chugging right on track without much challenge to derail your progress.
What this sci-fi sequel lacks in dramatic gravitas, it more than makes up with lighthearted fun that sucks you right in.
As controversial as ever decades after its release, co-creator Robyn Miller reveals the origin story of Cyan's best-selling adventure of all time.
Metropolis Crimes review
This DS-exclusive predecessor to Red Johnson's Chronicles is hard to get your hands on, and harder to control when you do.
GDC 2013: Phoenix Online Studios feature
With three different adventures in the works, we grabbed some face time with Phoenix oracle César Bittar to discuss the studio's upcoming projects.
Year Walk review
This haunting, surreal journey is a short but intriguing step in the right direction for iOS adventures.
Deirdra Kiai's bizarre black-and-white claymation musical shows a lot of brass, but pulls it off in whimsically lyrical style.