xlynx says: Awesome sci-fi adventure in the spirit of Beneath a Steel Sky and Machinarium. Quality writing. The dialogue is succinct yet the world feels so deep. Comes with the free Fallen novella which is totally worth reading. Awesome Retro art.
xlynx says: Awesome storytelling. Horror with an unlikely protagonist. Keyboard controlled, low res AGS adventure.
xlynx says: Charming adventure game with beautiful pencil drawn art. HD graphics.
xlynx says: Fantasy. HD graphics, ambitiously animated but a bit jarring at times. English localisation: Voice casting perfect, voice directing poor.
xlynx says: Humorous fantasy adventure. HD graphics.
xlynx says: Nice sci-fi adventure in the spirit of Blade Runner, Firefly and the Dollhouse. Retro art.
xlynx says: Nice supernatural detective adventure. Retro art.
xlynx says: Retro art.
xlynx says: This is what got me into fantasy. Plays like point & click adventures, but the RPG elements like skill points, time of day, etc. add some more depth. Particularly recommend QFG1&4, and the free QFG2VGA available from AGDI. Low res graphics.
xlynx says: SQ4 is genius. 5&6 were too cliche/parody driven for me. SQ3 is probably my favourite, albeit less accessible due to dated graphics and text parser interface. Low res graphics.
xlynx says: Dystopian sci-fi with some humour. Low res graphics. Now free.
xlynx says: Low res graphics.
xlynx says: interactive story, mainly fantasy. 3D graphics but aged.
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