Forgotten Passages by 26PM is a chill game where you explore a number of tiny atmospheric levels. Read more…
These games might have passed you by in the barrage of year-end lists. They’re on the lighter side to help ease the seasonal chill.
After falling on hard times, the Leisure Suit Larry series goes back to its roots, but unfortunately it has plenty of problems, old and new.
The World Next Door combines adventure, puzzles, and social elements into a brief but fun package that’s full of charm.
Song of Horror is an effectively creepy horror adventure game that relies on environment over cheap scares. Read more in our advance preview.
Summer Catchers puts a new spin on the endless runner – or rather the endless driver – genre. Read our full review.
Vane is a wordless, beautiful journey through a strange land. But are beauty and atmosphere enough? Read our full review.
Draugen by Red Thread Games is an adventure game about a missing person in a place that’s hiding a morbidly strange past. Read our review…
Venture Kid wears its Mega Man inspirations on its sleeve, but does it bring more to the party? Read our full review to find out.
Guard Duty is a throwback to the classic point-and-click adventures of the ’90s, favoring humor and charm over difficult puzzles.
Sin Slayers: The First Sin brings classic JRPG mechanics into a grim afterlife. Is it sinfully delicious or straight out of hell? Read on…
Nothing wrecks a party like a giant floating alien posterior. Marena, Mango and Froger Delirium join forces to kick butt and take names.
Our favorite game releases in March put unique twists on familiar themes like samurai revenge tale or haunted-house-but-in-space. Read on…
In IGR’s newest column, InfinityWaltz highlights his favorite recent underrated indie games. Read on to sate your curiosity…
Starve your crewmates on soup rations or entertain them with sock puppets; 60 Parsecs! is a management game that will make you go stir crazy.