With Dreamfall: Chapters drawing closer to reality, we chatted with Red Thread's designers about what's on the horizon.
Don't sleep on this month's top free indie adventures, as they're well worth coming out to play.
Prepare to meet your maker time and time again in this brutally and often unfairly challenging resource management simulator.
War may be hell, but this unique WWI-themed side-scrolling adventure brings out the best of its dramatic potential.
Catmouth Island: Episode 1 review
This quirky indie series debut only toys with its potential, without ever pouncing on the opportunity.
Quest for Infamy review
Infamy may not be better than glory, but this retro-styled adventure-RPG hybrid holds its own as a fairly entertaining nostalgia romp.
A Mind Forever Voyaging flashback review
This 1985 Infocom text classic may be dated in style, but its political undertones are more relevant and compelling than ever.
The Capri Connection review
The third game in the photographic Italian series will leave you stunned, both by its jaw-dropping scenery and its non-sensical story.
There's a wealth of creative gaming goodness squeezed into each pixel of these lo-tech puzzle-platformers.
With Frogwares' seventh Sherlock adventure just around the corner, we interrogated the game's Associate Producer for details.
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.
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