If you haven't played Black Mirror II yet, time's running out, as Lace Mamba Global announced today that they will be publishing the third and final installment in early 2011 in the UK.
Considering it's been 16 years since the last official King's Quest game, waiting two months for the second episode of The Silver Lining wasn't so painful. The wait is now over, however, as Phoenix Online Studios has released the new installment of the fan-made KQ series, Two Households.
Not one but two independent development teams have released trailers this week, as Mad Orange and Fluff Entertainment have unveiled the first videos of their respective games, Face Noir: The Cat with Jade Eyes and Knights in Shining Armor: Our King's Tale - Episode One.
Face Noir: The Cat with Jade Eyes
The Wii and "great hardware" are rarely used in the same sentence, but there will soon be some great hardware (of the robotic kind) coming to Nintendo's platform in the form of Amanita's acclaimed adventure Machinarium.
We haven't heard too much yet about The Next BIG Thing, but with today's release of the first teaser, we now have our first little look at the new adventure from Pendulo Studios.
Things are looking up for adventures these days -- quite literally in the case of Kaptain Brawe: A Brave New World, a comic sci-fi adventure that's due to arrive in November.
If you're hoping for some promising new adventures in 2011, better look to the heavens. Not to pray (though that probably wouldn't hurt), but for the falling angel set to star in an upcoming adventure called Heaven's Hope.
Rather than having its light snuffed out by recent publisher difficulties, Finnish developer Turmoil Games is shining brighter than ever with a new publisher deal and a brand new teaser for its upcoming horror adventure, Alpha Polaris.
If you're not sure you have the courage to plunge right into Amnesia: The Dark Descent, today you can take just a few first steps with the release of a playable demo.
If your response to Telltale's newest adventure series is that it just wouldn't be Back to the Future without Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, word today from Telltale will come as welcome news. Not only did the company announce that the likenesses of both actors will be used, but Lloyd will be contributing his voice talents as well.