‘Four Last Things’ is the Point-and-Click Adventure I Never Knew I Needed

Four Last Things By: Joe Richardson I've been a big fan of Hieronymus Bosch's The Garden of Earthly Delights painting -- specifically the Hell part -- for quite some time now. I even have a big book of his artwork so I could look at it whenever I want. One of the things I love about it is that there's so many little details. You could probably stare at it for years…

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‘The Witness’ iOS Review: A Flawed Port That’s Still a Must-Have

The Witness By: Thekla, inc. (Jonathan Blow) I had a bit of a rocky start with Jonathan Blow's The Witness when it finally made its way over to iOS this year. I grabbed it right away because I had heard such good things about it and was eager to try it for myself. At first, I was a little disappointed. It seemed to be just 2D line-drawing maze puzzles in a 3D…

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My Week Unwrapped: December 11, 2017 – Reigns Her Majesty, QB, Getting Over It, Escape Hunt, Agent A and More

Hi everyone, and welcome back to another exhausting week of games. The App Store is just relentless lately, throwing quality game after quality game at us. There's so many games I wanted to play and haven't because I'm only one person. And no one will share their cloning machine with me because they're mean. But let me take you through the games I did manage to play in the latest installment of…

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Agent A: Chapter 4, A Narrow Escape: Walkthrough Guide

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise By: Yak & Co. This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough with hints, tips, tricks, solutions and answers for Chapter 4, A Narrow Escape, of the iOS and Android adventure game, Agent A, by Yak & Co. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: Chapter 4, A Narrow Escape: You can watch my video for the whole chapter here or continue reading…

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‘Riddlord: The Consequence’ First Impressions

Riddlord: The Consequence By: Amrita Studio I'm just as excited as any puzzle fan to hear of a new game in the style of Fireproof's The Room series. So when I got my hands on Amrita Studio's Riddlord: The Consequence, I couldn't wait to dig in. Things started off great. At first, it seems like it will be just as enjoyable as its inspiration. (NOTE: This article will spoil some puzzles, as…

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‘The Inner World – The Last Wind Monk’ iOS Review: Blown Away

The Inner World 2 - The Last Wind Monk By: Studio Fizbin & Headup Games I was a few months late to the party with The Inner World, but it ended up being one of my favorite point-and-click adventures ever. With an adorable but quirky protagonist, tons of other entertaining characters, dry wit, hand-drawn cartoon artwork and top-notch voice acting, it was hard not to fall in love. So when I heard…

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‘The Inner World 2 – The Last Wind Monk’ is So Full of Quotable Lines

The Inner World 2 - The Last Wind Monk By: Studio Fizbin & Headup Games Studio Fizbin's The Inner World is one of my favorite point-and-click adventures. I loved the characters, the humor, the voice acting, the artwork, and perhaps above all, its willingness to ridicule organized religion. I started playing the sequel, The Last Wind Monk, a few days ago and am enjoying every second of it. Revisiting Asposia, it feels…

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‘Abi: A Robot’s Tale’ Review

Abi: A Robot's Tale By: Lilith Games At first glance, Abi: A Robot's Tale appears to be something truly special, a point-and-click adventure with standout artwork and two lovable robots exploring a world void of humans. You might even get a Wall-E vibe from it, and you wouldn't be far off. Abi, a small helpful robot that used to be a nanny of sorts, is cute and cuddly and hard not to…

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