Posts Tagged ‘Point and Click’

Review: The Low Road

by Mazen Abdallahon September 14, 2018
Ah, the spy game. Espionage, cloak and dagger, the whole lurking in the shadows deal. Well, actually that’s not always the case. Some spies are actually kind of boring, and they do most of their work using phones and cameras. The Low Road features this sort of spy. The Low Road opens with the bright […]

Review: The Fall Part 2: Unbound

by Nazih Fareson May 23, 2018
Around four years after the original game, The Fall Part 2: Unbound is a direct sequel that will delight the players who have put their hands on the excellent title from Over the Moon. This second part resumes the adventure where its predecessor had left us, and after my recent review of the original The […]

Review: The Fall

by Nazih Fareson May 11, 2018
Taken by a surge of nostalgia, indies have for years delivered productions bringing so many glorious references of the 1980s or even 1990s. The Fall is part of this trend, putting you in the shoes of an AI sentient being known as A.R.I.D., in charge of protecting his assigned human being at all cost. Following a […]


Review: Black Mirror

by Mazen Abdallahon December 30, 2017
We’re in an era where there’s big business in nostalgia, and as we pointed out with our earlier review of Outcast, that nostalgia isn’t limited to games that everyone remembers playing. Even less notable titles with a smaller following are getting marketed in newer trappings, and thus we have a reboot of Black Mirror a […]

Review: Syberia 3

by Mazen Abdallahon May 2, 2017
One of the genres we’ve seen decline over the years is the famous point-and-click adventure. While there have been puzzle games that extracted its trial-and-error gameplay like The Room and Professor Layton, and modern takes on the genre like the Telltale series games, point-and-click adventures have definitely declined. Thus, it’s great news for fans of […]

Review: Small Radios Big Televisions

by Nazih Fareson November 21, 2016
If you like puzzles games that call upon your intuition, Small Radios Big Televisions is for you. Developed by Fire Face, Small Radios Big Televisions is a blend of exploration and puzzle, filled with simple riddles and asking you to find your own way without any sort of tips. Everything begins in a factory that called “Square”, […]


Review: Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today

by Muhammed Al Bukharyon October 16, 2016
Action Adventures, Shooters, Role Playing Games, are  among many other genres gamers are well accustomed to, there are myriad of titles that comes in the aforementioned genres, but have you heard about point-and-click adventure? If no, you are either one of the new generation of gamers, or those players who have no interest in stepping outside […]

Preview: Beat Cop

by Luciano Rahalon August 5, 2016
Beat Cop takes you back to the 80’s and injects you directly into the life of police drama. Ever felt like being that cop in your favorite retro police show? Well now you can. Set in New York city, you are a beat cop patrolling the streets putting a stop to all crimes while potentially […]

Review: Crimson Room Decade

by Luciano Rahalon June 28, 2016
“My memories came back. I’ve been here before…” Jean-Jacques Gordot, French inspector all the way from Paris is on a quest to solve the 10-year-old mystery of the infamous Red Room. A decade after the release of the original Crimson Room Flash game, we find ourselves in this beautiful sequel delivered to us by Dream […]


Review: Heaven’s Hope

by Mazen Abdallahon March 18, 2016
Point and click adventure games are probably one of my favorite genres in gaming. In fact, when I saw Telltale’s games I was initially unimpressed with the formula, seeing it as a dilution of a classic genre. However, as I got into the newer style of adventure games, I started to realize that the term […]