Lumino City review
This delightfully charming hand-modeled adventure is sure to brighten any puzzle-lover's day, though its story is only paper-thin.
The minds behind the games take centre stage in the final part of our convention round-up from London.
Set up in brand new digs, the fourth annual genre convention in London had well over a dozen upcoming games to check out first-hand.
The first of six episodes offers plenty of compelling drama, but its slow-burning setup results in a rather lukewarm debut.
The Dream Machine: Chapter 5 review
The penultimate episode of this excellent indie claymation series is the best, longest, and gutsiest so far.
The rollicking first episode opens a box of offbeat storytelling goodness on Pandora, though there's little adventuring to be found.
The teen sleuth's Greek mystery plays like a familiar chorus, but it's undermined by some tragic puzzle tedium and disorienting storylines.
Your perspective on puzzling platformers may just be turned in unexpected ways in these two stylish offerings.
Submerged beneath the gorgeous visuals of this surreal exploration is an abstract story that never really grips.
The Silent Age review
This two-part, post-apocalyptic mobile exclusive took its time reaching completion, but the final result was well worth the wait.
The question is when, not IF, you'll want to play this month's text adventuring extravanganza (with a few graphic bonuses to boot).
Hadean Lands review
Andrew Plotkin's sci-fi opus hits on all the right formulas for a brilliant text adventure experience.
Far more story than game, this short but sweet tale from the developer of To the Moon really soars in its poignant simplicity.
The legendary genre pioneers are back and ready to walk us through their new brand new old-school project on Kickstarter.
There's mature psychological trauma at the heart of this indie horror adventure, but shoddy design will scare most players away.
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