This month's top free indies range from a full-fledged fan-made Myst adventure to a nice light adventuring snack.
The curtain raises on the three-part theatrical murder mystery, but the opening act is very shallow in terms of gameplay.
Bunker: The Underground Game review
This lighthearted indie romp is nicely grounded in classic genre formula, though its attempts at comedy come up shallow.
The middle installment offers a little more to crow about but is still missing its predecessors' magic.
Those who enjoy puzzle-free exploration games may find themselves drawn home once again.
The impressive production quality of this substantial retro adventure can't fully atone for its pervasive religious message.
Anna’s Quest review
The now-complete fantasy adventure by Daedalic isn't too much or too little to bear, it's juuuust right in all the important ways.
1King’s Quest (2015) A re-imagined update of Sierra's venerable classic series.
2Armikrog A spiritual claymation successor to The Neverhood.
3Silence: The Whispered World 2 Daedalic returns to the fantasy world introduced in 2010.
4Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
5Thimbleweed Park An all-new old-school adventure by the creators of Maniac Mansion.
6Obduction A new adventure from the creators of Myst.
7Samorost 3 Amanita Design's influential classic series continues.
8Lost Horizon 2
10Syberia III A new Kate Walker adventure by Benoît Sokal and Microïds.
Playable demo available for black and white comic noir mystery.
First details revealed for upcoming post-apocalyptic titles Empathy and Bonded.
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox OneThe first of five parts in a re-imagined update of Sierra's venerable classic series.
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
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