point and click adventure

Detective Gallo Review

When it comes to point and click adventure games, their success or failure often comes down to a single aspect - story. The frame of the genre has been solidified for quite a while, and the great games, like the Monkey Island franchise, tell an intriguing tale worth exploring. Detective Gallo is as pure a point and click adventure game as I’ve ever played, going so far as to having a literal pointer on the screen despite being on console.

Detective Gallo 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

The Red Strings Club Review

The Red Stings Club may look like a point-and-click adventure with its beautiful retro pixel art, but it’s not exactly that. Although the game is story-driven, it’s not a narrative experience either. It nests somewhere in-between. The game is a mix of an interactive cyberpunk thriller and detective story told in three acts.

The Red Strings Club Review

8-bit Adventures Anthology: Volume One Review

8-bit Adventures Anthology: Volume One shows how little is needed to create immersing experiences. Do yourself a favor and relax with crude pixels with cool stories.

8-bit Adventures Anthology: Volume One Review

Detention Review

Detention meets all the unwritten laws of Asian tragedies and I could easily picture it as a movie by the likes of Ang Lee, the world renowned Taiwanese director. That's the highest compliment I can imagine giving to this game.

Detention Review

Armikrog

As good as the art and music is, there isn't anything that can save a game like this from being any more than mediocre.

Armikrog