Latest Adventure Games News

December 2009
26

Dec

Chapter 1: Separation now available for Collector's Edition download

Kheops Studio is back with a new game, though for now you can't look for it on store shelves, as the debut episode of The Fall Trilogy has launched exclusively at the company's own web store.

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Dec

Mean Streets and Martian Memorandum free to download until December 24th

There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but there is such a thing as two free games, as the earliest Tex Murphy adventures, Mean Streets and Martian Memorandum, are now available at no charge at GOG.com until December 24th.

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16

Dec

Playable sampler introduces Miles Edgeworth as new playable character

While the defense rests for a change, the prosecution takes center stage in the playable demo for Capcom's next DS adventure, Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth.

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16

Dec

Society of the Serpent Moon moves longrunning horror series to third-person

The Last Half of Darkness series has been around for many years, and until now, its first-person perspective has been the one constant. However, the newly-released demo of Society of the Serpent Moon shows off the series' switch to third-person perspective for its upcoming installment in 2010.

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15

Dec

Five-part episodic "dark medieval fantasy" series now in production

Fantasy adventure fans often have long waits between new games, but the wait may prove to be much shorter beginning next year, as Corbomite Games and Fluff Entertainment have announced joint production on a new episodic series called Knights in Shining Armor: Our King’s Tale.

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14

Dec

Release dates for Gray Matter, Black Mirror 2 and more now set for next year

We're not done with 2009 just yet, but adventure gamers should pull out their 2010 calendars a little early to mark down the impressive lineup now unveiled by Mamba Games for the UK in the first half of the new year.

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12

Dec

Indie developer of Downfall hard at work on new horror for 2010

If you haven't yet recovered from the trauma over the atrocities seen in Harvester Games' Downfall, time is running out, as the indie developer is already hard at work on its next horror adventure, The Cat Lady.

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11

Dec

Second trailer heralds retail release of Jonathan Boakes' latest horror

While its downloadable counterpart got a head start last week, today the retail version of Dark Fall: Lost Souls is on its way to stores in the UK. And to help mark the occasion, a new and longer trailer for the game has been unveiled as well.

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11

Dec

Episodic PlayStation 3 exclusive to be released next week

Relentless Software has released a new trailer for its upcoming episodic adventure Blue Toad Murder Files: Mysteries of Little Riddle.

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10

Dec

Independent horror adventure from Finland targets release next year

There will be plenty of chills out of Finland next year, in more ways than one, as indie developer Turmoil Games has just announced its debut horror title, Alpha Polaris.

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10

Dec

Casual puzzle-adventure game now available for purchase

The growing wave of casual puzzle-adventure games builds up even more momentum today with the downloadable release of Anka.

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8

Dec

PC release of Rise of the Pirate God marks season finale

When Tales of Monkey Island began earlier this year, the episodic series resurrected a franchise many believed dead. With today's release of the season finale, Rise of the Pirate God, the series itself undergoes a little resurrection, but you'll have to play it to find out how.

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8

Dec

Amanita's acclaimed adventure joins Mamba's ever-growing 2010 catalogue

Having taken the adventure world by storm as a downloadable release in October, now Machinarium looks set to start conquering the retail fronts, beginning with the UK next March.

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4

Dec

Teaser heralds early release through digital distribution

Dark Fall fans have been waiting quite a while for the third installment of the popular horror series, and for some that wait is now over. While the full retail release of Lost Souls is still a week away, the game is now available for purchase through digital distribution.

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