REVIEWS posted on 12 DEC 2011 by Dave Bergunder
What if you could fulfill your last wish or desire at the cost of your own life?
REVIEWS posted on 18 NOV 2011 by Jeffry Houser
'Tis in my memory locked, and you yourself shall keep the key of it.
REVIEWS posted on 28 OCT 2011 by Greg Collins
This real-time 3D adventure game draws inspiration from the Lord of the Rings, but is it unique enough to separate itself and stand out?
REVIEWS posted on 14 OCT 2011 by Robert Washburne
After more than 30 years, one game released by one man still instills fun and adventure in possibly one of the first viral releases of the '70s.
REVIEWS posted on 12 OCT 2011 by Ray Ivey
Feel like being naughty? Oh, hell, do you feel like just being . . . . really, really wrong?
REVIEWS posted on 10 OCT 2011 by Robert Washburne
"“The Stanley Parable is an experimental narrative-driven first person game. It is an exploration of choice, freedom, storytelling and reality, all examined through the lens of what it means to play a video game."
REVIEWS posted on 3 SEP 2011 by Karla Munger
What to do when you're the result of experiments gone wrong and dumped on a desert planet? Why, stop the man that created you from potentially destroying the universe, that's what!
REVIEWS posted on 15 AUG 2011 by Randy Sluganski
Alpha Polaris is a point-and-click horror-adventure game set in Greenland. What is causing the mysterious and horrific dreams of the crew stationed out in the middle of nowhere?
REVIEWS posted on 29 JUN 2011 by Ray Ivey
This sequel to 2003's Conspiracies takes place in a not too-distant dystopian future. Can a talented cast and interesting story carry it?
REVIEWS posted on 30 MAR 2011 by Ray Ivey
You can rest when you're dead...NOT.
REVIEWS posted on 7 MAR 2011 by Greg Collins
Edna has been wrongfully detained for about the last ten years, but today is the day she and her pet terrycloth rabbit Harvey are breaking out.
REVIEWS posted on 28 FEB 2011 by Vicky Indrawan
A man's adventure to find an empty toilet turns into a serious and intense one.
REVIEWS posted on 24 FEB 2011 by Jeffry Houser
This science fiction noir-style game allows you to switch between two characters as you solve the mystery.
REVIEWS posted on 9 DEC 2010 by Randy Sluganski
This hidden object game is anything but that.
REVIEWS posted on 22 SEP 2010 by Robert Washburne
The third offering from independent game developer Christopher M. Brendel is his first attempt at a puzzle-centric game, with a demon that kills people and uses their souls to empower his movies.
REVIEWS posted on 16 JUL 2010 by Ugur Sener
With development in motion on the fourth chapter in the Casebook series, Areo Cinematic Games releases the three previous chapters in a special edition trilogy pack.
REVIEWS posted on 26 APR 2010 by Alexander Tait
A Tex Murphy adventure that focuses around a girl who has inherited a psychic ability, does it make the cut in the realm of adventure games?
REVIEWS posted on 25 MAR 2010 by Randy Sluganski
New puzzles, modern graphic sand effect grace this 3 pack of Jonathan Boakes’ Darkfall: The Journal (Classic Edition) and Darkfall: Lights Out (Director’s Cut Edition) and Matt Clarke’s Barrow Hill
REVIEWS posted on 20 JAN 2010 by Ryan Casey
Carol Reed is the Nancy Drew of Norkopping, Sweden, where she must solve the mystery of a dead body that vanished from the scene of the crime.