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.
There’s some enjoyment to be had in this crossword hybrid but ultimately it is too repetitive and there are far too many bugs for a recommendation.
Underneath its cute façade lies a very tough puzzle game. Frustrating in places due to its ambiguous instructions it wins you over with its cute characters and humorous situations.
I’m tired of your shit Gladys, grind out your own stones
The president’s daughter has been kidnapped and Leon Kennedy is our only hope. If only Chris could have made it…
Unreal Life is a well presented and quirky pixel art adventure that left me with more questions than answers.
Kinetic Edge – be the ball. Or cube.
It’s a bit gimmicky, as other adventure games would utilize many of Minit’s features and set-ups otherwise. However, it adds another layer to puzzles and difficulty as well, and was pretty fun for a short jaunt.
Nova-111 offers an interesting gameplay style for a puzzle game, but with stages that drag on for too long, it wears out its welcome quickly. Almost as much as Dr. Science would.
Call of the Sea is impressive and immersive. I can’t think of many more examples of a better puzzle game with such an interesting story binding it together.