T-Rex's eating people? Check. Veliciraptors pack hunting? Yep. Stampeding Triceratops? You bet! The new trailer from Telltale has everything dino fans could hope for, including a release date for Jurassic Park: The Game.
Blondes may have more fun, but from the looks of the first trailer for Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle, brunette female pirates can have a pretty good time, too.
Detective Inspector Hector is back, and he's bigger and badder than ever in today's release of Senseless Acts of Justice, the second episode of Hector: Badge of Carnage. And for Hector, that's saying a lot (especially the "bigger" part).
The first two episodes of the surreal 1112 series have raised more questions than they've answered, and now we'll see if any of those issues are resolved with the recent release of Episode 3 on iOS platforms and Mac.
There's plenty of blood shed in Harvester Games' The Cat Lady, but as the latest trailer reveals, this ain't no cat fight.
They say good things come in threes, and that was true this year at gamescom, as a trio of new adventures were announced in the form of Y: The Case of John Yesterday by Pendulo Studios, The Lost Chronicles of Zerzura by Cranberry Production, and Wychwood Hollow by Shadow Tor Studios.
Y: The Case of John Yesterday
Another convention, another six thousand or so new videos! Well, not quite, but they'll soon add up before all is said and done. With gamescom being held in Germany this week, the trailers have started rolling out en masse. First up are Secret Files 3 and Lucius, with more still to come.
Secret Files 3
Just a few weeks after the announcement of Eko: Strange New World, now a playable demo of the episodic sci-fi indie adventure has touched down.
If you've ever wondered what the inside of an asylum looked like but aren't (yet) crazy enough to find out for yourself, now you can with today's release of a new Asylum trailer from Senscape.
The good news just keeps coming for The Book of Unwritten Tales these days, as Lace Mamba Global has just announced its plans to publish the game in the UK this fall.
It takes a while to plot revenge. That's true not only of Edmund Dantes, but Chris Tolworthy as well, the indie developer who took extra time to upgrade his ongoing Enter the Story series for the latest release of The Count of Monte Cristo.
There's plenty of reason for sci-fi fans to be happy these days, and one of them is the release of Space Madness, the debut adventure from German studio Spreadcamp.
A heavy week of new indie releases kicks off with Gato Salvaje's Sex, Lies and Class Work, the first episode of a new point-and-click series called AR-K.