Tag: point and click

Apr
06

REVIEW: Inspector Waffles

Inspector Waffles is the cat’s meow, hitting the sweet spot for fun in point-and-click adventure games.

Mar
26

REVIEW: Machinika Museum

A sci-fi adventure that scratches the Myst itch, if only for a short time.

Mar
23

REVIEW: Chronicle of Innsmouth: Mountains of Madness

Travel back to 1920’s Arkham and join Lone Carter in a mysterious investigation somewhat competently integrated into H.P. Lovecraft’s novella At the Mountains of Madness.

Mar
09

REVIEW: The Uncertain: Light at the End

A second part in a casual point-and-click series about a post-apocalyptic society ruled by robots.

Mar
04

REVIEW: Mutropolis

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.

Feb
02

REVIEW: Encodya

A 9-year old girl and her robot sidekick are on a mission to turn the cyberpunk world they live in upside down.

Jan
28

PREVIEW: Sarawak

A beautiful narrative point-and-click with vibrant visuals.

Jan
17

ARTICLE: Digging through Steam (January 2021)

First month of 2021, it hasn’t exactly started brighter or better, but at least it’s not 2020 anymore. As SteamDB would attest, when asked over a bottle of whiskey after seeing all the detritus on a daily basis, Steam continues […]

Jan
14

REVIEW: Highly Likely

A point-and-click game about a simple Ukrainian man trying to get out of debt.

Jan
07

REVIEW: The Unexpected Quest

Do you like dragons? There are dragons in this game.