Tag: point ‘n’ click

Oct
29

REVIEW: Detective Grimoire

Detective Grimoire: An Entertaining Adventure Game With Some Great Animation and Voice Acting.

Oct
21

REVIEW: The Blackwell Legacy

The Blackwell Legacy – A Fine Adventure About An Awkward Woman And Her Ghost “Uncle”

Oct
09

REVIEW: Apocalipsis: The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil

Apocalipsis: The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, Come for the Really Long Name, Stay for the Puzzling.

Jun
12

REVIEW: KIDS

KIDS is A short interactive animation about managing crowds.

Dec
19

REVIEW: Bad Dream: Fever

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

Nov
19

REVIEW: Lucid Dream

Lucid Dream is a generally strong point & click adventure game with an outstanding soundtrack and excellent art style. A well written core story and style reminiscent of Fran Bow drives the game forward, though the overall experience is muddied […]

Aug
14

REVIEW: Tales of Cosmos

Space isn’t supposed to be charming. It’s cold, dark, unforgiving, and unapologetic. And yet, in Tales of Cosmos, space is an anxiously charming place to be.

Dec
03

REVIEW: Neofeud

Neofeud is a carefully crafted story that plays out like an interactive detective/mystery movie from the 80’s, with added puns towards popular themes and stereotypes.

May
10

REVIEW: Viktor, a Steampunk Adventure

A story-driven 2D Point ‘n’ Click puzzle adventure with hand-drawn artwork and lots of comedy.

May
10

REVIEW: The Franz Kafka Videogame

This is a Point ‘n’ Click puzzle adventure with surreal scenes and nice artwork, published by Daedalic so you know you’re getting quality.