Tag: point-and-click

Feb
13

REVIEW: LUNA The Shadow Dust

Two souls team up to take on the challenges of a mysterious tower. What is at the top of it?

Jan
19

REVIEW: State of Mind

Another great and gripping sci-fi story about a highly probable dystopian future to add to your list.

Dec
14

REVIEW: The Great Perhaps

A side-scrolling adventure game with time travel elements that seems to fall short of its ambitions.

Oct
13

REVIEW: Detective Di: The Silk Rose Murders

A captivating detective story and murder mystery point-and-click game set in Ancient China.

Oct
05

REVIEW: Angelo and Deemon – One Hell of a Quest

A fun and light-hearted point and click adventure through hell by a blogger and his newly made demonic friend.

Jun
30

PREVIEW: House Party

While the party itself is pretty lame, House Party, the game, successfully pushes the boundaries of Steam adult gaming. It’s rough around the edges, but still worth a look.

Sep
10

REVIEW: Slap Village: Reality Slap

Slap Village: Reality Slap is developed by MonkeyToons and published by Tizona Interactive. The first game to be released for both parties involved, I’d say they hit the ground running with this title. Belonging close to the space western subgenre, […]

May
07

REVIEW: Paradigm

Paradigm is a comedy point-and-click adventure with a host of crazy characters and too many jokes to count.

Dec
08

REVIEW: One Night Stand

Our main protagonist wakes up in bed with a girl just as naked as he is. To make things worse, he has no recollection of the previous evening. If that were you, what would you do, run for the door […]

Apr
10

REVIEW: Bulb Boy

Steam: Released Developer: Bulbware Publisher: Bulbware Genre: Horror Point and Click Adventure Release date: 29th October 2015 Type: Single–player If someone ask me how would you describe Bulb Boy in one sentence, my answer would be: “All good/beautiful things comes to an end”. Then you […]