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Fran Bow Review: Your Tears Are Absolutely Delicious

A little girl witnesses the grisly murder of her parents and is summarily institutionalized. The only thing she wants is to escape so that she can find her cat, Mr....

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Larry Elmore’s Snarf Comes to Life in SnarfQuest Tales

Snarf (not the one from ThunderCats) is a comic hero who goes way back to Dragon Magazine, an old-school, nerdy publication from the 1980’s. His creator, Larry...

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IGM Forum Find: Search the Calm Waters to Find What Lies Beneath

Upon losing his wife, a man named Peter Taylor decides that three years of mourning is enough, and that a vacation will help to lift his spirits. A small, quiet town on...

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TSIOQUE Brings Hand-Drawn Gaming to Kickstarter

Hand-drawn animation and video games go together quite well, as evidenced by the likes of The Banner Saga, The Bridge, and Professor Layton to name a few. The...

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Foxtail Points and Clicks Towards its IndieGoGo Campaign

Foxtail is a new point-and-click adventure game from the developers at Gingertips. As the title suggests, the game features a fox as the main character. Leah is on her...

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IGM Forum Find: MechaNika Doesn’t Want to Play, Anymore

A peculiar 7-year-old girl named Nika is burdened by her own intelligence. Her teacher spends all day playing games on her phone, her classmates don’t like her,...

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Solve a Mystery by Making Your Gayway Home

Frank has a problem. His father is dead, and everyone says it’s a suicide; but Frank knows his father differently, despite the two of them being estranged for...

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BIG Festival Preview – The Coral Cave

One of BIG Festival’s biggest surprises for me was The Coral Cave, and by this I don’t mean that it was the most innovative or attractive game I played....

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Award-Winning Adventure Game Deponia Gets iPad Release

Originally released in 2012, Deponia was a comedic point & click adventure game about a selfish tinkerer looking to escape from his trash-filled world. Literally,...

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Cube Escape: Arles Makes Art Out of Escaping

In October of 1888, Vincent Van Gogh paid a visit to the city of Arles, France, where he painted some of his most celebrated works. These include The Café Terrace on...