Tag:Point and Click

Review: Agatha Christie – Hercule Poirot: The London Case

Explore a faithful Agatha Christie title.

Review: Under the Warehouse

An eerie adventure title with classic mechanics.

Review: Saint Kotar

Multiple stories and plenty of mystery.

Review: Unusual Findings

The 80s was the best era for storytelling.

Review: The Plague Doctor of Wippra

Not often has a game featured late medieval medicine, an intriguing cast of characters and a plot riddled with suspense and history. Along came...

Review: Betrayal at Club Low

Betrayal at Club Low… Man, what an oddball of a game. You should play it.

Review: Whateverland

Recently, I’ve been playing a lot of Point and Click adventure games. My recent review of Nine Noir Lives can attest as much to...

Review: The Dark Prophecy

An old-school adventure that'll fill you with nostalgia.

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Review: Shalnor Legends II: Trials of Thunder

Setting up a proper sequel can be quite challenging since you have to attract both new players as well as new ones. While some...

Review: Humankind