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There are a number of influential/popular/historically notable games that I consider to be ambitious but ultimately unsuccessful experiments. If you think I've rated a game far too low, there's a good chance I've excluded my rating from its average. My ratings are based on the question of "Is this game worth your time, compared to other games?", and I don't rate low out of spite, I promise.
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, by Andrew Plotkin May 16, 2021
"I can't speak to The Dreamhold's success as a tutorial game. I'm not a beginner, and I played it on Expert mode. Judged as a..." - See the full reviewEat Me
, by Chandler Groover May 16, 2021
"Adventure game protagonists tend to be greedy-grabby types, yeah? Fitting, then, that a child is the protagonist here, with sickly sweets..." - See the full reviewBrain Guzzlers from Beyond!
, by Steph Cherrywell November 1, 2020
"The style of Brain Guzzlers is reminiscent of old LucasArts graphical adventure games like Zak McKracken and Monkey Island. It's a..." - See the full reviewHadean Lands
, by Andrew Plotkin July 30, 2020
"Note: I played the Glulx version using Gargoyle, not the iOS version. In the process of solving Emily Short's Savoir-Faire, I made a list..." - See the full reviewCounterfeit Monkey
, by Emily Short November 29, 2019
"The novelty of the word manipulation tools would have made this game worth a spin regardless, but Emily Short (with a nod to Steve..." - See the full review
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