Mad Libs meets text adventure in this innovative iOS storytelling experiment, providing a fascinating view of a dystopian world of censorship, though much of it is blacked out at first.
Helga Deep in Trouble review
This black comedy set in the world of game development is a rough-around-the-edges but solid adventure with plenty of heart.
Journey of a Roach review
This short but charming cartoon bug adventure will have you climbing the walls for all the right reasons.
Dream Chamber review
This stylish hand-drawn period piece has some interesting ideas, but its uneven execution prohibits much enjoyment.
Secret Files: Sam Peters review
This spin-off adventure reclaims some of the series' lost magic, though it peters out with an abrupt ending that arrives all too soon.
Like its nameless protagonist, this is an unassuming little adventure that provides a charming romp through Scandinavian-inspired folklore.
Nancy Drew: The Silent Spy review
With spy gadgets galore, the teen sleuth's 29th adventure offers a surprising glimpse into the previously secret Drew family history.
Goodbye Deponia review
Parting is such sweet sorrow, as Daedalic's offbeat cartoon finale marks the high point of the trilogy.
Lilly Looking Through review
This short but charming hand-drawn indie adventure about childhood is one you'll surely want to look into, not look past.
Doorways: Chapters 1 and 2 review
This free-roaming 3D horror adventure feels a little unhinged at the halfway point, so it's best not to enter until the final chapters come knocking.
This dark horror trilogy faces an uphill climb after a debut installment with no real story, puzzles, or scares of note.
Steeped in early atmosphere, even optional enemies can't sustain the tension through this 3D horror adventure's weak story and puzzles.
You'll soak in the surreal atmosphere of this PS3 stealth-platforming adventure, but its repetitive gameplay waters down the experience.
A brilliant debut installment has made us believers in Telltale's adaptation of DC Comics' twisted modern fairy tale.
The Inner World review
This charming, classic-styled subterranean adventure might just nose itself onto your list of breezy cartoon favourites.
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