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Even though I’ve never really been good at them I’ve always loved point-and-click adventure games, ever since my dad’s friend handed me a CD-ROM of Day of the Tentacle back …
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Quantum Conundrum

It’s hard not to draw comparisons to Portal when playing Quantum Conundrum, a first person physics-based puzzler from Portal co-creator Kim Swift. In fact, it almost seems at times as …
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Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013

I once joked to a friend that the Duels of the Planeswalkers series was shaping up to be a geeky version of Madden, releasing each year with a few new …
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If I were to describe Botanicula — the sort-of spiritual sequel to indie point-and-click puzzle/adventure Machinarium — I’d say it has the strange other-worldly charm of Oddworld, happy nonsense-words music …
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I can’t do it.  I honestly can’t bring myself to come back to this game.

It’s not that AMY is too hard.  I mean… it is hard, but for all …
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Trine 2

Alright, so, the standard knight/rogue/mage trio has been beaten to hell in just about every RPG ever made.  But, how would these three classes fair in a platformer?  Trine 2,
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