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The Mildew Children review

The Mildew Children review

While The Mildew Children tells a great witch story with impressive lore and tricky dialogue challenges wrapped up in a beautiful side-scrolling presentation, endless roaming and constantly reading through long passages of texts is likely to take its toll on your attention span.   ... Read more

INDIKA review

INDIKA review

INDIKA is an eclectic mix of graphic styles and gameplay about a young nineteenth-century Russian nun that will keep you glued to your seat with its challenging but mature reflection on faith and human morality. ... Read more

Sanya review

Sanya review

Sanya’s very simple gameplay won’t challenge anyone over the age of its young protagonist, but even for adults, this quaint, lovely side-scrolling adventure is like a nostalgic trip back to childhood. ... Read more

Afterdream review

Afterdream review

Afterdream is a chilling side-scrolling adventure that combines a variety of rather easy, engaging puzzles with a creepy yet surprisingly poignant story about loss, all wrapped up in the developer’s distinctive art style... Read more

The Legend of Skye review

The Legend of Skye review

The SCUMM-style interface and some poorly clued objectives might not appeal to modern players used to easier games, but for old-school genre fans, The Legend of Skye provides a wonderful dose of nostalgia, transporting you back to the golden days of point-and-click classics. ... Read more

Between Horizons review

Between Horizons review

It may have a few minor malfunctions, but Between Horizons launches players on an exciting and branching interstellar detective journey, looking for clues, questioning suspects, and maybe saving the remnants of humanity in the process. ... Read more

Reveil review

Reveil review

Reveil takes you on a thrilling nightmare journey through one man’s memories of life at the circus on a quest for truth (and missing loved ones) that will keep you on the edge of your bleacher seat... Read more

Conrad Stevenson's Paranormal P.I. review

Conrad Stevenson's Paranormal P.I. review

Conrad Stevenson’s Paranormal P.I. forces you to be patient and follow procedures to the letter, but once you get the hang of exploring haunted environs in search of ghosts, figuring out whose spirit is still lingering and finding the right way to get them to move on can be highly rewarding... Read more

Champy the Useless Vampire review

Champy the Useless Vampire review

Champy the Useless Vampire is a very short and easy adventure game that won’t pose any challenge to the experienced gamer, but its charming cartoon presentation and cozy gameplay might mesmerize their kids enough to try out the point-and-click adventure genre... Read more

Eva-Ramona Rohleder interview – A Twisted Tale

Eva-Ramona Rohleder interview – A Twisted Tale

With the debut installment of her episodic world-hopping adventure now released, we sat down with Voodoo Bembel's solo developer to unvravel the mysteries behind A Twisted Tale... Read more

Chronique des Silencieux review

Chronique des Silencieux review

Questioning and confronting suspects in Chronique des Silencieux can be very fun if you’re a patient reader willing to ignore the often faulty English translations and some technical issues to really appreciate this intricate detective story set in 1970s France... Read more

Twilight Oracle review

Twilight Oracle review

Twilight Oracle is a nostalgic ride through a zany fantasy world, though even its witty banter can’t hide the fact it’s a short story with a simple plot only good for a single afternoon’s fun... Read more

Enypnion ReDreamed review

Enypnion ReDreamed review

Experienced adventurers can probably cruise through Enypnion ReDreamed in their sleep, though some of the logic puzzles might be responsible for a few nightmares. Overall, though, it’s a short but charming little journey through the subconscious that may just remind you of your own childhood nighttime fantasies... Read more

The Night Is Grey review

The Night Is Grey review

With its beautiful scenery, heartfelt characters, and the weirdest wolves you’ve ever seen, The Night Is Grey is as close to a psychological thriller as an adventure game can get, worthy to be called an interactive cinematic experience... Read more

This Bed We Made review

This Bed We Made review

This Bed We Made sacrifices some snooping freedom and player challenge for a more linear narrative, but there are plenty of thrilling discoveries to unpack in this compelling Hitchcockian mystery... Read more

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