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We dared not say no to Gamewalker's latest Inside Adventure Gaming video showcase of Rafael Garcia's comic point-and-click episodic series.
This short but lovely time-bending puzzler celebrates the friendship of children as it spirals ever onwards and upwards to a touching finish.
Our colleagues from Adventure Corner carry the torch through the second leg of our ongoing coverage from Germany.
Our multi-part coverage of another busy year in Cologne kicks off with nearly a dozen promising adventures.
The rich steampunk world is a definite highlight of Grundislav's new retro-styled mystery, but there's surprisingly little to do throughout its five distinct investigations.
Blending horror, humour and puzzles, this beautiful first-person adventure has something of an identity crisis with a compelling mystery lurking just below the surface.
The haunting five-part tale settles in with a promising but lightweight series debut about a troubled boy in a mask named Sal.
Crowdfunding pushes text-driven immersive thriller towards November release.
Collage-based, comic Renaissance sequel to Four Last Things due next April.
Standalone Christmas-themed adventure set in the "Crown" series coming to PC in December.
First details unveiled for comic cartoon cat mystery coming to Windows PC.
Retro-styled indie adventure gets "first season" launch on Steam.
Indie one-room adventure about music and memories available on Steam and itch.io.
Comic point-and-click adventure to explore rich culture of 1930s Argentina.
Detective Gallo is a comic-noir point-and-click adventure starring a grumpy, sarcastic rooster as he tries to solve a case of plant destruction. What’s not to like? Except maybe that there’s not more of it.
While it doesn’t quite reach the Promised Land, Heaven’s Hope offers a fun and humorous time that forsakes overtly religious themes in favor of good old-fashioned earthbound adventuring.
A side-scrolling vehicle adventure with a platformer’s stylish detailing, FAR: Lone Sails is a simple but charming little ride that gradually builds up momentum and never loses its way.