Kentucky Route Zero: Act IV review
The magical realist journey continues to drift along in a meandering, melancholy way in the long-awaited penultimate episode.
The Eyes of Ara review
This Myst-style puzzler set in an ancient, abandoned castle will keep you captive with its many devious challenges.
Slap Village review
It may be just the first step into a larger frontier ahead, but this quirky anachronistic Western will show y'all a good time while it lasts.
The spiritual successor to Clock Tower ticks all the right checklist boxes but is cut down by weak production values and story.
The Grandfather review
Laden with symbolism, this surreal half-hour exploration of misery is certainly unique but its best ideas are never given the chance to age.
The Minims: A New Beginning review
Its obscure story has no legs, but this charming PC port of an iOS adventure can be a fun little afternoon diversion for you and Mii.
Layers of Fear review
Although slick-looking on the surface, this psychological horror adventure paints itself into a corner by slathering on the shallow jump scares.
Tick’s Tales: Up All Knight review
Though a very small game, this family-friendly fantasy adventure should scratch a light nostalgia itch for genre fans.
The new iteration can be shallow in parts, but flows rather well as a reimagined choice-based text adventure.
The end of the world is just the beginning for robot survivors in this lovely indie adventure with a surprising amount of heart.
Dreamfall Chapters review
The Dreamfall saga's long journey is complete, balancing beautiful worlds and beloved characters with uneven storytelling and scant gameplay.
This beautifully photographed slideshow puzzler is light on story but has a certain animalistic appeal.
An improved second iteration of the paranormal thriller captures the essence of alternate reality gaming and never lets go.
This uniquely indie adventure strips away all pretense of professional presentation to deliver an absurd bit of social satire.
This easy, lighthearted casual sequel should leave you feeling satisfied while it lasts rather than happily ever after.