• Kelvin and the Infamous Machine REVIEW

    Time travel allows for an abundance of absurd scenarios, multi-layered gameplay and inventive narrative possibilities, so it’s no wonder that adventure game developers like Blyts find it a fascinating premise. Kelvin and the Infamous Machine may not be Day of the Tentacle, but it’s clearly been influenced by the LucasArts classic, harkening back to the golden age of point-and-clicks while chan...