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  • NTRODUCTION: A mysterious museum. Elegant puzzles. Doesn't exactly sound revolutionary, does it? So is THE CASSANDRA GALLERIES worth your time? Actually, yes. . .
    Note: This review was originally published June 18, 2002 INTRODUCTION: A mysterious museum. Elegant
    10/12/17 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • Observer is currently the closest, most-realized cyberpunk adventure game I’ve played since the original 1997 Blade Runner, and its a game I will certainly return to again
    Genre: Cyberpunk HorrorRelease date: August 15, 2017 Unfortunately - or maybe rather fortunate
    10/06/17 | Review | by Randall Rigdon
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  • Team up with the Hardy Boys as you reason through riddles, sort through suspects and tackle a centuries-old mystery
    Genre: Adventure/MysteryRelease Date: October 2005Platform: PCNote: This review was originally publi
    10/05/17 | Review | by Ryan Casey
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  • My journey through Trackless was most enjoyable and I’d recommend it to gamers with a heart for text adventures
    Genre: Graphic Text AdventureRelease date: September 12, 2017 Patience is a Virtue &
    09/30/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • An old-school dungeon crawling game inspired by Dungeon Master, Eye of the Beholder and Ultima Underworld.
    Genre: RPGRelease date: April 2012Platform: PC Note: Review was first published July 16, 2012
    09/28/17 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • West of Loathing features Asymmetric’s characteristic stick figure art, a monochromatic world and incredibly clever humor. It is, without a doubt, one of the most enjoyable RPGs I have ever played.
    Genre: Single Player, 2D RPG Release date: August 10, 2017 Beyond the Kingdom  
    09/24/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Despite repetitive gameplay, Peregrin is still a delightful adventure. The story, soundtrack, and artwork come together in a wonderful way.
    Genre: Point-and-Click AdventureRelease date: August  8, 2017Platforms: Windows, Mac
    09/21/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • The story of Azrael's Tear revolves around props far from unusual in adventure games: the Holy Grail, the Knights Templar, secret conspiracies to rule the world. These all are almost clichés. But like other good games (Gabriel Knight 3 comes to mind), Azrael's Tear manages to explain them with unexpected twists
    Note: This review was originally published April 9, 2002 Azrael's Tear is perhaps one of the cooles
    09/21/17 | Review | by Michal Necasek
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  • Celtica is pretty, fun, and solid. I thoroughly enjoyed the eight hours it took to play it
    Note: This review was originally posted July 27, 2009  Anyone who has been playing adventure g
    09/14/17 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • Tales of Monkey Island is a single story released as five episodes over the course of six months. I was happy to have an old school style adventure game for today’s world, but unfortunately the game lacked some of the polish I’d expect from a non-episodic adventure
    Note: This review was originally published July 9, 2009 Genre: Episodic/Humor A brand new tal
    09/07/17 | Review | by Jeffry Houser
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  • [The Landmark Edition] gives me a renewed hope that The Chinese Room will be able to create another title in the future that will be as wonderful as Dear Esther was and still is
    Genre: Adventure/Exploration/Walking SimulatorRelease date: February 14, 2017 Platform rev
    09/05/17 | Review | by Randall Rigdon
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  • In many ways I thought the levels similar to a Disneyland ride--you always knew you were safe, but there was an underlying rush of danger--and in fact it would not be so far-fetched to create theme rides from the sea-pod or zeppelin levels of the game.
    Release Date: June 2001 Review originally published July 9, 2009 Do we really, really need another
    09/01/17 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Dekker prominently bills itself as a “Lovecraftian murder mystery,” so it’s not much of a spoiler to reveal that the game doesn’t plant its feet firmly in reality. It’s not exactly a horror game, but it has surreal, dark elements that tangle themselves into the narrative
    Genre: FMV Murder Mystery Release date: May 19, 2017 Chances are if you’ve played many
    08/27/17 | Review | by Bailey James
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  • TCM is intriguing both in its approach and execution and can be very addictive
    Note: This review was originally published May 12, 2009  Hey, remember Aaron Connors and Chris
    08/24/17 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Code 7 is an episodic space/horror adventure that is unlike anything I’ve played before. It is a text adventure with a twist
    Genre: Hacking / Text AdventureRelease date: August 11, 2017Platforms: Windows, Mac, Steam
    08/17/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • This science fiction noir-style game allows you to switch between two characters as you solve the mystery.
    Note: This review was originally posted February 24, 2011 I had the pleasure of sitting down with a
    08/17/17 | Review | by Jeffry Houser
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  • If you don’t mind taking notes and being intentional while exploring, The Initiate provides a great set of puzzles that will keep you engaged from start to finish
    Genre: 3D Escape/Puzzle Release date: August 1, 2017Platforms:  Windows, Mac Not So
    08/15/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Noomi and Turn are clever and flippant but neither is a person I could empathize with. Expect to spend 5 to 6 hours taking the Low Road and much of that will be spent listening and watching.
    Genre: 2D Point-and-Click AdventureRelease date: July 26, 2017 A Shift in Direction 
    08/11/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • I really think the guys at Absurdus have a lot of talent and potential to put together some great titles in the future. There are some really fantastic moments in Carte Blanche, unfortunately they are lost in limited gameplay and mediocre presentation (voice acting)
    Note: This review was originally published December 20, 2006 A new detective adventure game set in
    08/10/17 | Review | by Eric McConnell
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  • Given my experience with the first six scenarios, I am not convinced that there are enough hours left in my lifetime to play this game to completion
    Genre: 3D Exploration Release date: July 7, 2017 It’s All About the Journey  
    08/05/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Aporia is a worthy addition to the genre that true adventurers should not miss
    Genre: 3D Exploration/Adventure Release date: July 19, 2017 A Picture is Worth a Thousand
    08/03/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • The Arrival is a licensed title based on a movie of the same name. In the movie, the aliens are trying to “terraform” the earth to make it inhabitable for them and uninhabitable for us. They fail. The game takes place ten years later and they are at it again.
    Note: This review was originally published February 17, 2005   Introduction   At last!
    08/03/17 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • If you have an hour to spare, it is worth the time to play through this “old school” game that reminds us of what adventuring used to be like
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: July 1, 2017 Back to Basics   &
    07/30/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • This expanded version includes a compelling alternate ending, an eerier soundtrack, upgraded graphics and a new chapter in which Blackwood Manor serves up even more horror
    Genre: Horror AdventureRelease Date: May 2007Platform: PCNote: Originally published 22 June 2007Disc
    07/27/17 | Review | by Michael Chourdakis
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  • Late Shift feels like a move with click points and I am not sure that calling it a “game” is accurate.
    Genre: FMV Adventure Release date: April 17, 2017Directed by: Tobias WeberPowered by: Ctrl
    07/25/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Overall, I’m glad I played and would recommend Little Nightmares (including The Depths) for teachable old dogs and those who have good hand-eye coordination and don’t buckle under pressure
    Genre: Platform Adventure Release date: April 27, 2017 (original game); July 6, 2017
    07/21/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Ultimately, despite the fact that the fierce, fighting fairies of Zanzarah only superficially resemble the gossamer creatures of my childhood memory, I had to agree with the press release when it described the game as “enthralling” - but - and it's a BIG BUT! I wouldn't recommend it for anyone who is a purist adventure gamer.
    Note: This review was first published April 1, 2002 Firstly I should emphasise that Action/Adventur
    07/20/17 | Review | by Maggie Holt
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  • The writers obviously put a lot of effort into the story aspect but it does not come together in a way that makes you want to know more or empathize with the characters. Finally, the game ends with a fizzle.
    Genre: Adventure Release date: October 27, 2016 Family Ties    No70: Eye of B
    07/14/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Ceville is played in 3rd person point and click style which is really the only way to truly appreciate it
    Genre: Humor Release Date: February 20, 2009 Note: This review was originally published June 18, 20
    07/13/17 | Review | by Eric McConnell
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  • Unless you are an action-junkie who requires a weapon to enjoy a game, you need to put The Sexy Brutale on your play list. It has everything a gamer could want…an engaging story with an unexpected ending, easy game mechanics, challenging gameplay, great graphics and wonderful background music.
    Genre: Adventure Release date: April 11, 2017 An Unexpected Treasure    
    07/08/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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