There is no avoiding how simple an emotion fear is, and I Can't Escape: Darkness' atmosphere cuts straight to that; but it is in danger of perhaps being too simple itself.
If you’ve ever wondered what happened to your luggage after it gets checked in at the airport, well – you likely won’t actually find that answer here. What you will get is a whimsical puzzle game that imagines a back room...
One game, that is five games, that make one game - Concursion should not work and yet does. The game sits solidly in a "difficult yet fair" bracket for most of the time, rewarding quick thinking and quick reactions to ...
Qbeh-1 - The Atlas Cube is fairly linear, but many of the puzzles have enough flexibility that you will feel able to leave your own fingerprint on them; combined with it being relaxing and occasionally tense, and you end up wit...
An enjoyable and addictive puzzler which will appeal to all fans of the genre – especially those who remember the original Chip's Challenge
Ethan: Meteor Hunter is a game that challenges you while also trying to offer support. Dying is commonplace, but level design means you get another run at things moments later. It does however suffer from inconsistencies in dif...
By no means a bad game, if there is one thing that Montague's Mount gets perfectly right, it is atmosphere. Exploring the game world is certainly effective at getting an emotional reaction - perhaps more than the narrative atta...
Irritum is an interesting and unconventional puzzle-platformer featuring a story line that focuses on depression and suicide.
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