Sea of Giants review
This mobile adventure promises big things, but its overly casual design dampens the experience.
Perhaps more than ever, the season's gut-wrenching penultimate episode is a thrilling roller coaster ride of life and death.
Better rush to scrap your way through another killer month of free indie text and graphic adventures.
The Last Door review
The commercial Collector's Edition bundle is a great way to get your foot in the door of this riveting four-part retro horror series.
For some short but sweet adventuring all in one sitting, these two solitary exploration games should be just the right speed.
This flawed but amusing indie retro adventure provides a lighter take on the usual sci-fi tropes.
The finale caps an uneven series with a bloody good time and a worthy addition to Fabletown lore.
Lifeless Planet review
This alien world exploration gets a boost from its creative environmental puzzles, but is let down by its flimsy story and repetition.
The Fall review
This grim sci-fi adventure may look like Metroid, but its slick side-scrolling presentation suits its intelligent story and atmosphere perfectly.
Designer Steve Gaynor explains why the family story exploration is still a game without guns, puzzles, or other traditional obstacles.
Black Rainbow review
The early promise of this casual adventure proves to be fool's gold of simplistic gameplay and a colourless story.
Quietly tucked in amidst the glitz and glamour were a host of promising adventures that we witnessed first-hand.
Murdered: Soul Suspect review
This big-budget paranormal thriller oozes haunting atmosphere, but lacks enough soul to make up for its devilish stealth sequences.
It's Nancy Drew-meets-reality TV in a weak installment that only shines in bits and pieces.
Just a few light snacks in this month's round-up of free indie adventures, though it may take you an Age to complete them.
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