Scouring every crook and cranny, we've come up with another monster month of top free indie adventures.
This exploratory journey has plenty of gorgeous environments, but no puzzles and only a sprinkling of obscure storytelling along the way.
Remade for commercial re-release, this short but decent sci-fi adventure rarely elevates above its modest ambitions.
Wadjet Eye constructs another fine sci-fi adventure, this time in collaboration with Technocrat Games.
House of Caravan review
This Gone Home-style adventure is rich in atmospheric exploration but keeps you feeling largely in the dark.
Bigger but not better, the second installment is plagued by both technical issues and poor design choices.
Quasar Deluxe Edition review
Relationships form the nucleus of this short-but-stellar re-release of Crystal Shard's sci-fi drama.
Its shifting environments offer a unique maze-like concept, but its gameplay and story will both leave players hopelessly in the dark.
The Perils of Man review
This offbeat sci-fi time-traveller by Bill Tiller and Gene Mocsy is a low-risk, high-reward adventure.
This gritty post-apocalyptic adventure will keep you immersed in waves of dark, mature storytelling.
The Charnel House Trilogy review
This three-stop train ride jumps the tracks of reality yet never veers from its linear course through the unknown.
Broken Age review
Double Fine's long-awaited two-part adventure is now complete, forming a truly memorable whole.
We've doggedly sniffed out another great month of top free indies, and our latest round-up paints the picture.
Puzzles aren't dead; they're just hibernating in the north, like in these enlightening Inuit platforming adventures.
Daedalic's lite puzzler crackles with creative charm, but burns through its limited premise all too quickly.
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