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  • Mental notes to self. Make sure you have enough gas to get where you need to when driving in an isolated area. Make sure chicken bones are not left down where the dog can get them. Make sure you never mention how much money you just won in a poker game to the IRS. And never tell your boss you speak a foreign language.
    Mental notes to self. Make sure you have enough gas to get where you need to when driving in an isol
    05/03/02 | Review | by Dawn Johnson
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  • You are Corvo Attano, a once-trusted bodyguard of the Empress who is framed for her murder; empowered with supernatural abilities, you become an assassin to seek revenge on those who ruined your life.
    Developer / Publisher: Bethesda, Arkane StudiosRelease Date: October 2012Platform: PC, PS3, XBox 360
    04/19/13 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • This sequel to the 7th Guest invites players to return the Stauf Mansion to solve more puzzles and save a friend in need
    Note: Review was originally posted on October 19, 1995. When I bought a CD-ROM drive a couple years
    03/10/16 | Review | by Scorpia
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  • Guide Fenimore Fillmore, the traveling cowboy, to possess the three golden skulls to get the Toltec treasure.
    Distributor: Warner Interactive Release Date: 1996 Some projects simply get in over their heads
    10/20/96 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Eight diamonds have been stolen from the mining exhibit at the World's Fair and it is up to you to find them in this challenging adventure game.
    Note: Review was originally posted July 27, 2004 Genre: Interactive Fiction Release Date: 
    12/17/15 | Review | by Ricardo Pautassi
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  • A mystery game steeped in history with the classic feeling of the FMV games of the past.
    Don’t even bother reading this review, just go out and get this game. If you yearn for the classic
    09/16/09 | Review | by Eric McConnell
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  • Take the part of Adam and go on a search for the Garden of Eden along with his side-kick Evelyn.
    Genre: Mystery/Adventure/Episodic Release Date:  October 2, 2009 (UK)  Later in Q4 2009 (other
    11/06/09 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • Agatha Christie's 1936 title makes its way to the Nintendo DS handheld console, complete with touchscreen interaction.
    Genre:  Detective/Mystery Release Date: November 2009     Originally pu
    12/08/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • A collection of some of the best adventure games ever based on Bram Stoker's iconic vampire all in one neat package.
    Note: This review was originally published October 12, 2009 Finally a publisher willing to give adv
    11/24/16 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Carol Reed is the Nancy Drew of Norkopping, Sweden, where she must solve the mystery of a dead body that vanished from the scene of the crime.
    Note: This review was originally published January 20, 2010 Genre: Mystery Release Date: 
    10/20/16 | Review | by Ryan Casey
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  • Bob Washburne reviews the Wolf Among Us season finale, Cry Wolf. "An extremely well crafted dark, gritty, urban, violent game. It requires good reaction time and is not for the faint of heart."
    Anton Chekhov, the famous Russian author and playwright, once explained how to write a play. In the
    09/28/14 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • Step into the spacesuit of Rachel Manners and find out why you are the sole survivor of an expedition gone terribly wrong.
    Release Date: March 2012Platform:  PCYou’ve been there. You’re on a long, interstellar
    04/05/12 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • New puzzles, modern graphic sand effect grace this 3 pack of Jonathan Boakes’ Darkfall: The Journal (Classic Edition) and Darkfall: Lights Out (Director’s Cut Edition) and Matt Clarke’s Barrow Hill
    Genre: Horror/Mystery Release Date: January 2010 If there were an award for best pc box art ever
    03/25/10 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Shown at E3: A glimpse of the final game in the Deponia Trilogy
    Added June 11, 2013
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  • Jules Verne (1828-1905) is one of the most well-known writers in history, and is often referred to as the father of science fiction.
    Genre: Adventure Release Date: December 2005 Platform: Windows Note: This review was originally pub
    06/04/15 | Review | by Aya
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  • With development in motion on the fourth chapter in the Casebook series, Areo Cinematic Games releases the three previous chapters in a special edition trilogy pack.
    Genre: Mystery/Full Motion Video/Episodic/Indie Developer Release Date: June 2010   Introducti
    07/16/10 | Review | by Ugur Sener
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  • The third offering from independent game developer Christopher M. Brendel is his first attempt at a puzzle-centric game, with a demon that kills people and uses their souls to empower his movies.
    The Carson Stiles Theater just couldn't win for losing. It was a small, older theater. It was beaut
    09/22/10 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • This hidden object game is anything but that.
    Genre: Hidden Object ESRB: Crime Lab: T(een) Release Date: Crime Lab: November 2010 Crime Lab:
    12/09/10 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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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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  • A man's adventure to find an empty toilet turns into a serious and intense one.
    First, he is looking for his shoes, then his balls, and now Earl Bobby is back, looking for a loo th
    02/28/11 | Review | by Vicky Indrawan
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  • Edna has been wrongfully detained for about the last ten years, but today is the day she and her pet terrycloth rabbit Harvey are breaking out.
    Edna Konrad is a young lady attached to only two things in life: her billowy hospital gown and her t
    03/07/11 | Review | by Greg Collins
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  • You can rest when you're dead...NOT.
    It sucks to be you. Not only were you just murdered, but now that you’re dead, you can’t even ki
    03/30/11 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • This sequel to 2003's Conspiracies takes place in a not too-distant dystopian future. Can a talented cast and interesting story carry it?
    Game reviewers – for that matter, all reviewers – are supposed to be objective. And we do try. B
    06/29/11 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • Alpha Polaris is a point-and-click horror-adventure game set in Greenland. What is causing the mysterious and horrific dreams of the crew stationed out in the middle of nowhere?
    A wendigo may be hiding in the arctic cold, devouring human flesh and creating psychosis among the m
    08/15/11 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • What to do when you're the result of experiments gone wrong and dumped on a desert planet? Why, stop the man who created you from potentially destroying the universe, that's what!
    I first became aware of Space Madness when I received an email from German indie developer Ray Log
    06/13/13 | Review | by Karla Munger
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  • "“The Stanley Parable is an experimental narrative-driven first person game. It is an exploration of choice, freedom, storytelling and reality, all examined through the lens of what it means to play a video game."
    This may well be the most difficult review I have ever written. Not because there is any question
    10/10/11 | Review | by Jeffry Houser
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  • Feel like being naughty? Oh, hell, do you feel like just being . . . . really, really wrong?
    Feel like being naughty? Oh, hell, do you feel like just being . . . . really, really wrong? You do?
    10/12/11 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • After more than 30 years, one game released by one man still instills fun and adventure in possibly one of the first viral releases of the '70s.
    Genre: Interactive Fiction / AdventureRelease Date: 1977Platform: Everything   You are standing
    10/14/11 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • This real-time 3D adventure game draws inspiration from the Lord of the Rings, but is it unique enough to separate itself and stand out?
    Note: This review was originally published October 28, 2011  Where would the modern entertainm
    10/27/16 | Review | by Greg Collins
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  • 'Tis in my memory locked, and you yourself shall keep the key of it.
        It is with great trepidation that I don King Graham’s adventurer’s cap and retur
    11/18/11 | Review | by Jeffry Houser
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