A month may not be enough time to visit all the games in our latest round-up of stellar indie adventures.
The event's second day served up a virtual smorgasbord of adventures to choose from for our friends at Adventure-Treff.
AG wasn't in Cologne this year, but our colleagues at Adventure-Treff were on the scene for the German gaming extravanganza.
The curtain is raised on a promising new FMV mystery series, though the prologue is almost criminally short.
Shades of Black review
Carol Reed's eleventh mystery tries something a little novel, but its lacklustre story overshadows its brighter moments.
Damn Virgins review
This offbeat indie FMV adventure is a fun first experience, but its flimsy story is obviously saving itself for a sequel.
Croteam's excellent puzzler paved the way for a funny, challenging, and highly rewarding downloadable expansion.
Why Am I Dead at Sea review
It may drown you with reading, but this clever supernatural murder mystery possesses many fine qualities.
Despite its childlike appearance, this unqiue comic adventure has a dark premise and some self-destructive tendencies.
The debut episode of the highly-anticipated franchise reboot is another feather in the cap of Sierra's beloved fantasy series.
The penultimate episode ends with a rattling decision, but otherwise the dispelled illusion of choice can be the pits.
The Trace review
With a high body count and low puzzle count, this mobile exclusive is a light but enjoyable murder mystery.
This month's top free indies range from a full-fledged fan-made Myst adventure to a nice light adventuring snack.
The curtain raises on the three-part theatrical murder mystery, but the opening act is very shallow in terms of gameplay.
Bunker: The Underground Game review
This lighthearted indie romp is nicely grounded in classic genre formula, though its attempts at comedy come up shallow.
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