Phoning Home does a lot of things really well that it is a shame that one issue keeps the game from being as great as it could have been.
Duke Grabowski, Mighty Swashbuckler is a decent point and click adventure game that isn’t particularly long or challenging.
While Sorcery! Part 4 might be more of the same, that is not a bad thing.
While Zenith is a pretty funny parody of adventure RPGs, technical issues and average combat keep the game from being as good as it could have been.
While the game suffers from some repetition, The Warlock of Firetop Mountain creates an entertaining and engaging tabletop game experience for the PC.
While The Girl and the Robot has a charming atmosphere and puzzles, the game’s dull combat and abrupt ending prevents the game from becoming as good as it could have been.
Sorcery! Part Three continues the engaging story from parts one and two while adding a time traveling element that keeps the game fresh and exciting.
Moon Hunters does a great job combining a branching storyline with fun gameplay and great production quality. Too bad the repetitive events keep it from being a fantastic game.
While the streamlining may upset some D&D fans, Sword Coast Legends is a long solid semi turn based adventure.
While the included campaign is nothing special, if you have a creative imagination you can have a lot of fun with Adventurezator: When Pigs Fly.