Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective is the first game based on the hit series of children's books. So how well does the book translate to the interactive world? It's childlike at its core, but has plenty of charm for all ages.
The World After looks at the pandemic lifestyle through the lens of a point-and-click game. With science fiction elements and an FMV style, the game works hard to set its self apart. But will the impact of this game last, or will it end along with the pandemic?
Cozy Grove provides a new take on the camping experience. This game has spirit, literally, but there's a bit of turbulence in execution. Does the stellar story save an otherwise mixed bag of a game? It may work for some, so it's worth a cursory view for consideration.
Nanotale - Typing Chronicles is a typing game of a different color. RPG and exploration elements help it stand out, but does the blended genre ensure a good game, or is it just a gimmick? Let's take a look at how the developers implemented their ideas to find out.
Cyanide & Happiness - Freakpocalypse marks the series' first video game adventure. But is this apocalypse one to experience, or are you better off avoiding the adventure? The world might end in the game, but the series is just getting started.
Lead your country to greatness as you harness your strengths in Plebby Quest: The Crusades. War rages, but which nation will stand on top? This strategy game pits you against medieval nations during the crusades to determine who can conquer the map.
In this Picklock review, we'll try to figure out of the game can succeed among the heavy hitters of the stealth genre or if it's better left in the shadows. Deqaf Studios brings us a game of thievery and deceit where money is the only thing that matters. Commit a series of burglaries as Picklock, a man with a mission, and see how far you can make it on the wrong side of the law.