A psychological science-fiction adventure game that shows promise, but is currently hindered by bugs, awkward game mechanics, and some questionable storytelling.
Tag: adventure game
Physicists get into so much trouble
Heaven’s Vault takes you on a long and arduous journey sailing across a nebula of rivers to uncover a forgotten past by decoding a long lost language.
If you ever wanted to experience a text-adventure with modern polish without feeling entirely lost, then this is far from a bodge job even though it is a sci-fi tale of Bodgers.
Yeli Orog manages to create a short-but-immersive, realistic, Lovecraftian experience that brings to mind several of its classic peers. Though held back by two problematic puzzles, the game is presently being offered for free, easily making it an attractive diversion.
It’s not selling some fine leather jackets, but this high-seas adventure game is still quite fun.
With a vintage point and click feel, exotic locale, and engaging story, Sumatra: Fate of Yandi is a welcome addition to the library of modern adventure games paying homage to the genre’s classic feel.
It’s not easy being the shortest guard in the realm, but what Guard Duty lacks in stature it makes up for in point and click charm.
Lucid Dream is a generally strong point & click adventure game with an outstanding soundtrack and excellent art style. A well written core story and style reminiscent of Fran Bow drives the game forward, though the overall experience is muddied […]
Players with a taste for puzzles and beautiful sci-fi adventures will find a good amount to like about this story-driven adventure game, but the overall experience is held back by an imbalanced plot that barely manages to set up the […]