Trüberbrook, by btf GmbH, is a modern point-and-click adventrue game oozing with style but not much substance. Read more…
Mage’s Initiation: Reign of the Elements by Himalaya Studios, is an enjoyable old school-inspired adventure game. Read more…
In IGR’s newest column, InfinityWaltz highlights his favorite recent underrated indie games. Read on to sate your curiosity…
A Rite from the Stars by Risin’ Goat takes you on a magical journey that features a unique variety of puzzles. Read more…
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.
A gritty noir story in a grittier future metropolis, Technobabylon is the perhaps best cyberpunk adventure since Neuromancer. Read our full review.
In Dead Synchronicity, Michael finds himself in a world that is dying after a global catastrophe. What is causing time itself to collapse? Read our review.
Fire from Daedalic Entertainment is a fun and wacky point & click game that follows the adventures of lovable neanderthal Ungh as he partakes in an epic search for fire.
Search for the killer by collecting clues and information. You only have 15 minutes to finger the culprit. Each case is a completely new crime to solve.
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The Cain Killer resurfaces: Erica Reed must forge uneasy alliances and mend bitter enmities if she has any hope of bringing down the criminal mastermind.
Erica Reed continues her hunt for her brother’s killer. In this episode, a face from the past returns: There’s a link to the murders that can’t be overlooked.
Oknytt asks: you are, but why? Lead a curious creature in its quest to find meaning. Darkness abounds, but light awaits around the next corner. Doesn’t it?
In Face Noir, by indie devs Mad Orange, Jack Del Nero stumbles into a mystery he must solve if he is to clear his name. To complicate things, he must protect a girl from a mysterious group of strangers.
A review of point-and-click adventure “The Journey Down: Chapter 1” from indie game developer SkyGoblin. With pretty set dressing and some quirky characters, does it merit its asking price?