With so many top free indies to crow about, constructing another impressive monthly list shouldn't be a tough sell.
It's time to break the silence on a new wave of iOS exclusives and popular ports of PC adventures from the App Store.
Two decades later, a whole new generation of gamers will be charmed by the remake of Jane Jensen's classic.
Still in his Asylum, the Argentine developer discusses his Kickstarter for the first-ever officially licensed Lovecraft game.
Puzzle lovers may want to bag this seasonal casual adventure that serves up plenty of brainteasing goodies.
Though light on challenge, this impressive open-world parnormal mystery is drop-dead gorgeous and has plenty of drop-dead victims to investigate.
As Gorey as it is gory, this pen-and-ink adventure is a psychological horror lover's dream, though you won't lose any sleep over its gameplay.
Shadowgate (2014) review
The reimagined 1987 classic blends a fresh new look and sound with faithfully punishing old-school sensibilities.
A Golden Wake review
Though its puzzles can't always seal the deal, this retro-styled historical adventure is often a roaring good time.
The latest Sherlock adventure has abundant beauty and brains, though it's guilty of a little too much streamlined simplicity.
J.U.L.I.A. Among the Stars review
The enhanced edition of this interplanetary sci-fi puzzler can be probed more deeply and enjoyably than ever.
A whole new generation of gamers will soon inherit Sins of the Fathers, now magnified in Jane Jensen's slick remake.
With his Kickstarter sailing perilously towards the finish line, we caught up with the Mighty Artist/Designer! to discuss his new pirate adventure.
We skipped across the world for another round of top free indies, and bare all in our steamiest round-up yet.
These two puzzle-platformers emulate the popular Portal formula with their own clever ideas, if not quite the story depth or polish.
0 | Nov 14, 2014
0 | Nov 4, 2014
15 | Oct 24, 2014
3 | Oct 20, 2014
4 | Oct 17, 2014
4 | Oct 13, 2014