Tag: point and click

May
10

REVIEW: Guard Duty

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.

Feb
15

REVIEW: Lamplight City

*Sniff sniff* I smell a murder.

Feb
04

REVIEW: TSIOQUE

TSIOQUE is like an interactive cartoon: colorful, delightful and inventive. The story and characters might be two dimensional, but the gameplay itself is never flat.

Jan
08

REVIEW: Nairi: Tower of Shirin

Rags to riches? More like riches to rags.

Jan
07

PREVIEW: Tick Tock: A Tale for Two

Well, at least I’m not trapped in this world by myself.

Dec
19

REVIEW: Bad Dream: Fever

Sleep they said. You’ll have a nice dream they said.

Sep
03

REVIEW: Unavowed

What did my demon do this time?!?

Aug
23

REVIEW: The Dreamlands: Aisling’s Quest

The Dreamlands: Aisling’s Quest is a dreamlike, colorful point & click adventure game telling a short but respectable story in an interesting way. While die-hard fans of the point & click genre are likely to enjoy themselves, the game’s heavy […]

Jul
15

REVIEW: Unicorn Dungeon

Unicorn Dungeon is mostly a clever point & click adventure game, but one with a tedious dungeon area that you must survive repeatedly in order to advance the story. Though often quite funny, the hybrid game design and anachronistic graphics […]

May
23

REVIEW: Without Escape

The real horror is only having frozen lasagna to eat.