TOBOR is a compelling (if simple) surveillance game with an engaging story and memorable characters that’s made to be replayed.
A Highland Song is a sprawling adventure through the Scottish Highlands that’s sweet, meditative, funny, and surprisingly replayable.
DOOMBLADE is a gorgeous, action-packed Metroidvania with a fascinating combat system and some unfortunately-balanced difficulty.
Papetura is a jaw-dropping work of interactive papercraft that, while short and sometimes fiddly, is absolutely worth experiencing.
Project Nosferatu is a throwback to the NES era with addictive gameplay and an epic but convoluted, plot. Read our complete review.
Headland offers pleasant adventure gameplay unfortunately marred by poor performance and frustrating combat design.
Loop Hero is a unique take on RPGs and Rogue-likes that, while sometimes a bit too grindy, is a legitimately addictive experience.
With a unique and beautiful stained glass aesthetic, Little Briar Rose is a clever and whimsical adventure game, though not without its cracks.
Baron Widebeard has created an army of hypnotized sea birds. Guide pirate Nelly Cootalot on a quest to free them from their thrall. Read our full review.
Belladonna, from Swedish indie game developer Neckbolt, is a short but moody gothic adventure for classic point-and-click fans.
This comical adventure game from No Bull Intentions excels at tongue-in-cheek dialogue, containing a memorable cast of characters and an intriguing world to explore.
In Randal’s Monday, you guide the titular character through a series of choices that frequently end badly. Choose wisely, or be doomed to repeat Monday.
Alfie Banks wants his shot at the big time. Solve problems for people in 1920’s Miami, and you might earn their favor… If the mob doesn’t get you first.
Ferris Mueller’s Day Off — the latest hand-drawn point’n’click game from Glitch Games, creators of Forever Lost — is all about searching for your sick mule and lots of “tearable puns.”
You play as Mi, an ace spelunker on a quest to ring six bells to save the world. Mi also happens to be mute, communicating through two fairies that roughly align with the good angel/bad angel dichotomy.