Putt-Putt Joins the Parade flashback review
The lovable purple convertible blazed the trail for Humongous's junior adventures, though its formula was later lapped by improved sequels.
Gold Rush! Anniversary review
Faithful to every last dead end fault, the 2014 remake does little to enrich the original Sierra classic.
Doorways: The Underworld review
This unnumbered sequel unearths nothing new, instead offering a maze of fetch quests, patrolling monsters and horror clichés.
The Talos Principle review
Croteam gets serious with an inspired, Portal-styled sci-fi puzzler that will challenge you both intellectually and emotionally.
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 Dream Machine: Chapter 5 review
The penultimate episode of this excellent indie claymation series is the best, longest, and gutsiest so far.
The teen sleuth's Greek mystery plays like a familiar chorus, but it's undermined by some tragic puzzle tedium and disorienting storylines.
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.
Hadean Lands review
Andrew Plotkin's sci-fi opus hits on all the right formulas for a brilliant text adventure experience.
There's mature psychological trauma at the heart of this indie horror adventure, but shoddy design will scare most players away.
The second installment is an improvement on its predecessor, though its story and puzzles are still treading water at the halfway point.
Two decades later, a whole new generation of gamers will be charmed by the remake of Jane Jensen's classic.
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.
Shadowgate (2014) review
The reimagined 1987 classic blends a fresh new look and sound with faithfully punishing old-school sensibilities.
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