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Trine 2

Back in 2009, Shadowgrounds developer Frozenbyte released Trine, an innovative little puzzle-platformer whose gorgeous, colourful graphics and clever character-swapping gameplay mechanic earned it positive revi...
This introductory scene plays out almost as a parody of adventure games - don't be put off by its simplicity.

The Dream Machine, chapters 1 to 3

Picture this: you're trapped on a desert island. All you can see is a fishing rod, a fireplace, three pieces of wood, a couple of rocks, and two palm trees. What do you do now? Standard adventure fair, would ...
Portal, anyone? These gloves have a nice effect of changing their colour corresponding to the block you're hovering over.

Q.U.B.E.

Q.U.B.E., or Quick Understanding of Block Extrusion, is a sterile, yet colourful, and overall absolutely fantastic first-person puzzler from British rookies Toxic Games. The aesthetic style, however, is far t...
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Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet

Never before has a game's title summed up the contents so completely. I barely even have to say another word - "Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet". That is all. But I won't finish my review there because that w...