The Trace review
With a high body count and low puzzle count, this mobile exclusive is a light but enjoyable murder mystery.
This month's top free indies range from a full-fledged fan-made Myst adventure to a nice light adventuring snack.
The curtain raises on the three-part theatrical murder mystery, but the opening act is very shallow in terms of gameplay.
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 middle installment offers a little more to crow about but is still missing its predecessors' magic.
Those who enjoy puzzle-free exploration games may find themselves drawn home once again.
The impressive production quality of this substantial retro adventure can't fully atone for its pervasive religious message.
1King’s Quest (2015) A re-imagined update of Sierra's venerable classic series.
2Armikrog A spiritual claymation successor to The Neverhood.
3Silence: The Whispered World 2 Daedalic returns to the fantasy world introduced in 2010.
4Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
5Thimbleweed Park An all-new old-school adventure by the creators of Maniac Mansion.
6Obduction A new adventure from the creators of Myst.
7Samorost 3 Amanita Design's influential classic series continues.
8Lost Horizon 2
10Syberia III A new Kate Walker adventure by Benoît Sokal and Microïds.
Playable demo available for black and white comic noir mystery.
First details revealed for upcoming post-apocalyptic titles Empathy and Bonded.
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox OneThe first of five parts in a re-imagined update of Sierra's venerable classic series.
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
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