A remake of a ‘90s point & click adventure making a top three? And a iDevice release of a title already out over a year on other formats at that? Crazy, I know. But the game was another example of Apple’s handhelds solidifying and being accepted as ‘proper’ gaming devices, and was offered at a wallet-friendly price of under three quid. Not bad for a Director’s Cut that included new scenes, levels and puzzles that integrated smoothly and helped expand the original’s narrative which was already brilliant. It’s lead to more than one missed tube stop this year as brains were racked over solutions to puzzles.