Point and Click Adventure

Trüberbrook Review

Trüberbrook has a lot going for it: a unique artistic approach, an interesting setting and story, and an evergreen genre that never feels oversaturated. Although it never quite lives up to its potential, Trüberbrook in its best moments at least reminds jaded players that creative developers can surprise them.

Trüberbrook Review

The Raven Remastered Review

If you're anything like me, it's hard to say no to a good old-fashioned mystery, so there's a good chance that The Raven: Remastered (based on the 2013 game The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief) may have caught your eye. And for good reason!

The Raven Remastered Review

Thimbleweed Park Review

Thimbleweed Park is not a homage, tribute or even a retro game. It's the real deal. It's everything why I love graphic adventures. As much as I was entertained by the time I spent in Thimbleweed County, at the end there was a bit sadness in the air too as I had to bid farewell to the wonderful cast of characters.

Thimbleweed Park Review

Subject 13 Review

As a point-and-click adventure fan, I liked Subject 13 despite its flaws. There were some shining examples of environmental puzzles and an interesting story that hooked me. Due to the faulty controls and the horrible final puzzle, I can only recommend this game to the most devout fans of the genre. This game was made for those fans, as the Kickstarter suggests. With just a bit more polish, Subject 13 could have been a solid example of a modern point-and-click adventure.

Subject 13 Review

Demetrios: The BIG Cyncal Adventure

Bjorn Thoren is a disgusting slob of a bachelor and, in general, a terrible person.  He lives in squalor and eagerly eats just about any piece of food he finds on the floor, whether it is an apple core in a pile of garbage or the last few potato chips that have been sitting in an open bag for weeks.  He isn't very bright and a failure at just about everything in life. 

Demetrios: The BIG Cyncal Adventure