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REVIEW: Armikrog

Developed by: Pencil Test Studios
Publisher: Versus Evil
Available on: PC, OS X, Linux, PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One, Vita
Price: $9.99

Back in 1996, a little claymation adventure game by the name of The Neverhood captured a few hearts and became a cult classic among the point-and-click crowd.

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Look behind you… A THREE-HEADED MONKEY!

Okay I lied there isn’t, but it would have been cool right? No? Oh… I suppose had best get on with the article then.

Deep in the Caribbean, a young man sets out for a life of adventure and glory as the mightiest Pirate in the Caribbean… his name…

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Crimson Room: Decade Review

Crimson Room: Decade is just what it sounds like – a sequel 10 years later.  I have not played its predecessor Crimson Room, but what I had gathered prior to playing this, it was a worthy point and click flash puzzle game where you, yes, try to escape the room.   764 more words


Bear With Me: Episode One Review

By William Shelton

Release Date: August 8, 2016

Systems: PC

Developer: Exordium Games

Publisher: Exordium Games

Rating: N/A

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There You Go

There You Go belongs to the room escape subgenre, a style that usually begins with you rousing from some indeterminate slumber to find yourself a locked room, with a convenient assortment of puzzles sitting between you and freedom. 288 more words


INTERVIEW - In Conversation With Dane Krams (Anna's Quest)

By Marty Mulrooney

Alternative Magazine Online reviewed point-and-click adventure game Anna’s Quest in September 2015, describing it as “a beautiful 2D point-and-click adventure game that does more than enough to stand out from the crowd.” The game had been on our radar since its original incarnation –  1,927 more words