Moebius: Empire Rising review
History doesn't repeat itself, as the mildly entertaining Moebius falls well short of Jane Jensen's best efforts from the past.
Mount Olympus review
This casual mobile puzzler never rises above the limitations of its short but repetitive gameplay.
The tenth Carol Reed adventure offers a few enjoyable chills, but doesn't fully atone for an underwhelming story.
Ferris Mueller’s Day Off review
Interested in an exclusive mobile Western mobile that abandons its parodist premise for absurd humour and tedious gameplay? Anyone?
The Inheritance review
This new bible-themed text adventure from industry legend Scott Adams is willing but unable to deliver an enjoyable puzzling experience.
This completely offbeat comedy adventure scores big with the laughs, though its story is a bit of a blank slate.
The second episode comes together with a wealth of difficult choices, making it a no-brainer for series fans.
1954: Alcatraz review
Its compelling period setting is rock solid, but too many problems prevent this dual-character adventure from taking off.
The sixth and possibly final Layton puzzle-adventure starts out with a bang and ends the popular series on a high note.
The spiky-haired defense attorney makes an explosive return in another entertainingly offbeat courtroom adventure.
Dracula 5: The Blood Legacy review
The second installment of this two-part mini-saga does nothing to revive the famed vampire's tarnished reputation.
Puzzle lovers will feel right at home in this casual fantasy sequel that sacrifices story for gameplay.
Detective Grimoire review
Its puzzles may be suspect, but never enough to bog down this thoroughly charming investigative adventure.
What this amusing retro adventure lacks in ambition, it more than makes up in entertaining bureaucratic run-arounds.
This disappointing sheep in wolf's clothing took longer than usual to arrive but will take quicker than usual to finish.