A gift for those with patience, mental dexterity and the willingness to challenge themselves.
True Fear Forsaken Souls – Part 1 feels like a title which should have been a good decade, if not two, ago. As its out-of-time gameplay elements, and rigid game design make it look rather pale in comparison to its direct competition.
A Point & Click hidden object puzzle game that transports you into the settings of many a Brothers Grimm tale. Artifex Mundi have proven again that they are the leaders for this genre, with their relaxed but challenging title.
A seemingly simple puzzle/exploration game that offers a good variety of mini-games. Though it won't keep you occupied for an endless amount of time, it's quick to pick up and get stuck in.
Queen's Quest 3: The End of Dawn is a solid, engaging and entertaining game which will suit anyone looking for a laid back, thoughtful challenge.
Clearly designed for Disney fans and Tsum Tsum fanatics, this Festival is loads of fun for the target market and less appealing to anyone who despises Disney.
There's no other game like it: a sandbox clay game that features a built-in editor to make your own designs, but with no mess!
A classic point and click adventure with a deeper story than on the surface, Earthworms is an interesting take on the genre if a little frustrating at that.
A simple game with an important message, One Person Story seeks to connect players in a way that doesn't make us all the same, but shares some same ideas.
A beautiful, relaxing and challenging game that easily ups the Mahjong ante.