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Do Not Feed the Monkeys 2099 – Review

Do Not Feed the Monkeys 2099 – Review

Ever played a game that was so good that you wondered why it never received a sequel? Sometimes this just takes time, especially with indie games. The original Do Not Feed the Monkeys came out all the... Read More »

Site Score
8.7
Marlon’s Mystery: The Darkside of Crime – Review

Marlon’s Mystery: The Darkside of Crime – Review

You always have to start small when you want to make your name in the game industry as an indie developer. Most indie developers look towards pixel or text-heavy games because they are easier to make ... Read More »

Site Score
7.8
Loretta – Review

Loretta – Review

As Shakespeare once wrote: hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. In other words: don’t mess with your wife. Loretta is a point-and-click adventure inspired by film noir and classic horror nove... Read More »

Site Score
9.3
A Space for the Unbound (PC) – Review

A Space for the Unbound (PC) – Review

Most games telling nostalgic stories of years past tend to center on western or Japanese cultures. It is not that common to see other perspectives on life, making the handful of games which do present... Read More »

Site Score
9.0
The Fantastic Kitty rue is now out on Steam

The Fantastic Kitty rue is now out on Steam

Ink Rose Inc. along with Tym Studio and Studio Syndicat have announced the release of their partnership’s product, The Fantastic Kitty Rue, a brand new point-and-click visual novel filled with puzzl... Read More »

Hidden Through Time: Definite Edition becomes available on November 11th

Hidden Through Time: Definite Edition becomes available on November 11th

Hidden Through Time is a charming point-and-click puzzle game where you look for cute little characters and items on a huge drawing. Very similar to the famous Where’s Waldo books, this game aim... Read More »

Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack – Review

Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack – Review

Over a year ago, independent game studio Warm Kitten released their debut adventure game Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack, a well-made point ‘n’ click game inspired by great classics like Leisure... Read More »

Site Score
9.6
Whateverland release date announced and trailer

Whateverland release date announced and trailer

What comes after death? Nobody knows. Some say reincarnation, others say heaven or hell. In reality, souls get drawn to Whateverland, a place where morally grey souls are banished and transformed into... Read More »

Intruder in Antiquonia is now out

Intruder in Antiquonia is now out

Indie developer Aruma Studios has announced the release of their adventure game Intruder in Antiquonia. The game is now available on PC with a base price of $12.99 / 11.99€ / £10.99 and a 10% disco... Read More »

Retro point-and-click Casebook 1899 – The Leipzig Murders on Kickstarter soon

Retro point-and-click Casebook 1899 – The Leipzig Murders on Kickstarter soon

If you like retro games, and especially if you like retro point-and-click games, you might want to check out Casebook 1899 – The Leipzig Murders on Kickstarter, which will start its funding adve... Read More »

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