Point and Click Adventure
Mush is a curious and interesting thing. As a social game, it fulfils its role by requiring communication and co-operation, even when other players are actively working against you. Trying to keep the ship working and everyone ...
The Time Tribe is a great example of what free to play can be. While you definitely get the best experience by opting for a subscription, you can explore this richly detailed game without it. For parents, letting kids try out...
Overall The Critter Chronicles was an enjoyable slice of point and click adventure. It has a warm heart and some lovingly realised characters. Ultimately though, much like the frozen desolate wastelands, the game feels too isol...
Journey - The Heart Of Gaia is a fun romp through a really gorgeous landscape of fascinating creatures and environments. While it does suffer from a cliche and hackneyed story and poor voice acting, it's the high quality of the...
The Deponia series may not resuscitate the point and click genre into mainstream popularity unlike The Walking Dead, but it serves as a strong reminder as to how good they were in the 90s heyday and how great they can be again.
E.P.I.C.: Wishmaster Adventures is a point and click adventure with a steampunk, sci-fi feel that really gets you thinking. The randomness of some of the puzzle solutions may leave some gamers feeling rather disappointed, but t...
Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes is a cheerfully psychotic walk in the world of an adorable serial killer with some pretty hefty denial issues. It has a very dark and macabre humor that is just perfect for Halloween, but it’s d...
Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller is like taking your favorite crime drama and dropping yourself right into the heart of it. You play as Erica Reed, an FBI agent who has seen more than her fair share of hard knocks. As Erica, y...
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