Fantasy tabletop roleplaying meets point-and-click adventure and mostly makes saving throws.
In an otherwise first-rate dieselpunk adventure, the lack of game progress save capabilities makes The Last Shot run out of gas.
An artful exploration of anxiety, depression, and overcoming emotional curses.
Enter a vibrant fantasy world and exit Existensis inspired.
A sad journey through a decaying world.
If you like puzzle platformers, jump into the fabric universe of Where’s Samantha?, a seemingly well-stitched together, engaging yarn with puzzles containing many fun ways to dye.
A prehistoric adventure for a modern good time.
An array of interesting characters, some fiendish but entertaining puzzles and a bright and amusing story means Mutropolis should be up the top of your list for fans of the genre.
The game Orwell’s Animal Farm stays true to its literary roots. Maybe too true, in fact.
While it’s obvious the developer spent a lot of time on the art, Just Take Your Left is sparse enough on other details to make me wish I’d gone right.