Tag: adventure

May
07

REVIEW: The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark

Detective McQueen and Officer Dooley are back for more adventures involving the paranormal.

May
07

REVIEW: Hitchhiker – A Mystery Game

“Love is the extremely difficult realization that something other than oneself is real.” – Iris Murdoch

May
06

REVIEW: Scarlet Hood and the Wicked Wood

Scarlet Hood and the Wicked Wood (from now on SH) is a modern retelling of The classic novel the Wonderful Wizard of Oz. It’s a delightful point and click game with a significant number of puzzles. The visual and audio […]

May
03

REVIEW: Deiland: Pocket Planet Edition (Switch)

A “relaxing experience” that winds up frustrating.

May
02

REVIEW: Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

Temple of Osiris gives the same feel as Guardian of Light with some quality of life improvements. It balances both challenges and puzzles in the right difficulty to let you have fun in solving them.

May
01

REVIEW: Tales of the Black Forest

Despite its horror theme, Tales of the Black Forest tells of a heartwarming story. It does a good job with its storytelling although it can feel a bit slow sometimes.

Apr
28

REVIEW: The Wild Case

A relaxing and pleasant point and click adventure that is a bit too easy for experienced players but could well be ideal for a younger or unaccustomed audience.

Apr
28

REVIEW: Classified Stories: The Tome of Myrkah

Nothing really grabbed me about this title. It was just average all the way through and quite boring. It’s certainly overpriced but might be worth a go on sale.

Apr
23

REVIEW: Dark Water : Slime Invader

An inventive platformer with a surprisingly large heart.

Apr
22

REVIEW: Aron’s Adventure

Aron’s Adventure is an enjoyable indie title with great visuals, enjoyable combat and a nice atmosphere. Unfortunately, it suffers in some areas.