Post-apocalyptic Mongolia never looked so beautiful, but this exploration-based adventure babies players a bit too much on the gameplay front.
You won't want to sleep on this indie isometric sci-fi horror that's destined to be a classic that holds up well into the future.
City Quest review
There are plenty of attractions in this retro adventure's four career paths, but none are populated by satisfying gameplay.
Shades of Black review
Carol Reed's eleventh mystery tries something a little novel, but its lacklustre story overshadows its brighter moments.
Damn Virgins review
This offbeat indie FMV adventure is a fun first experience, but its flimsy story is obviously saving itself for a sequel.
Croteam's excellent puzzler paved the way for a funny, challenging, and highly rewarding downloadable expansion.
Why Am I Dead at Sea review
It may drown you with reading, but this clever supernatural murder mystery possesses many fine qualities.
Despite its childlike appearance, this unqiue comic adventure has a dark premise and some self-destructive tendencies.
The Trace review
With a high body count and low puzzle count, this mobile exclusive is a light but enjoyable murder mystery.
Bunker: The Underground Game review
This lighthearted indie romp is nicely grounded in classic genre formula, though its attempts at comedy come up shallow.
The impressive production quality of this substantial retro adventure can't fully atone for its pervasive religious message.
Anna’s Quest review
The now-complete fantasy adventure by Daedalic isn't too much or too little to bear, it's juuuust right in all the important ways.
Her Story review
This unique video database mystery is a testimony to the combined strengths of FMV and text adventure.
This hour-long minimalist adventure raises key questions about man vs. nature, but can't nurture its ideas to fulfilling completion.
Subject 13 review
Puzzle lovers are in luck with Paul Cuisset's new sci-fi adventure, but will rarely be put to a serious test.
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