Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins is obviously based on the long running television series, so fans of The Doctor will be thrilled with it on iOS or Android. But the mystery it offers is solid, so much that non-Whovians can have a great time too.
Looking for an affordable adventure? Mutropolis is a cleverly crafted point-and-click Indie exploration quest whose compelling story, clever dialog, top notch voice acting and sideways humor is sure to draw your attention for hours on end.
Aground conquered the PC world, and now jumps to the Switch. As one of the last human survivors stranded on an uninhabited island, can you craft, mine and build your way to survival? This is both a relaxing and a very cool adventure game.
One of the best looking platforming horror games in years, Little Nightmares II puts you in the role of a young boy trying to navigate and survive in a very dark and unforgiving hellscape packed with typical kid fears.
Those who miss the halcyon days of platforming greatness on the NES will also immediately fall in love with Cyber Shadow. It’s an action packed adventurous game that is packed with nostalgia, but also packs its own punch.
Mr. Prepper is a clever game where your character is preparing for the worst. It’s still in beta, but we had so much fun with it we decided to dig into the state of the game this week so you could decide if you wanted to check it out.
Although Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood has a rich history to pull from in the World of Darkness universe, the resulting game, one of the first to feature werewolves, fails to fully live up to its epic backstory.
After too long a day doing honest work, the hero of Picklock decides to dust off his old tools and take up thieving once more. So join the Modern Gamer as she steals everything that isn’t nailed down this week, and few things that actually are!
Our brave Modern Gamer Melissa Pierce takes on a frightening horror game set in the old Soviet Union. And because we are streaming this one, you get to come along for every disturbing discovery and jump scare.
It’s adventure gaming with a Russian twist this week as we explore the really dark world of Dom Rusalok, which literally means house of the mermaids. It’s a coming of age style mystery adventure, like Stranger Things, but set in a small town Russia.