The recent flood of impressive sci-fi indie adventures continues with the unveiling of AYA Studio's Xing.
There's a stench of trash, corruption, and decomposing flesh wafting through the genre today, with a trio of new releases in the form of Deponia, Hoodwink, and The Walking Dead: Episode Two.
The recent sci-fi bonanza continues with news of Jack Houston and the Necronauts, an upcoming indie game that promises "a pulp sci-fi world of bubble helmets, rockets and ray guns with a point ‘n click interface!"
Anyone looking to wrap their head around a new first-person puzzler will soon be able to do just that in a new indie project underway called Coma: A Mind Adventure.
Like a comet with a tail, where science fiction goes these days, it seems that Kickstarter isn't too far behind. The latest adventure to join the outer space parade is a new episodic series named HeXit.
That faint odour you smell getting stronger is Deponia drawing closer to its June 29th UK release date, but you can now catch an early deeper whiff with a playable demo of Daedalic's junkyard-based comic adventure.
If you've been keeping your own dark eye on Daedalic's latest fantasy adventure, the wait is now over, as The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav is now available for purchase and download.
If you haven't yet played Botanicula, why not?... I mean, you now have the chance to try it out first, as a browser-based demo of Amanita's latest masterpiece is now available.
Usually being hoodwinked isn't a good thing, but a new indie developer out of Malaysia is ready to change that notion, announcing its debut point-and-click adventure game, Hoodwink.
If you like the sound of what you've heard of Resonance so far, but aren't sure you want to commit a week before release, maybe today's release of the playable demo will help you decide.
Afer delivering two highly regarded freeware Sierra remakes, indie developer Infamous Adventures has formed a commercial offshoot called Infamous Quests to produce its first original game, Quest for Infamy.
Daedalic Entertainment must have a thing for incarceration. First Edna & Harvey needed to break out of an insane asylum, and now players will need to help a thief named Joe escape "The Rock" in the German developer's upcoming thriller, 1954: Alcatraz.
With all the new PC adventures announced of late, iOS and Android gamers may be wondering "what about us?" Well, rest assured that you're not being neglected, as indie developer Hidden Treasure Games has recently announced production on The Curse of Shadow House.
Following their impressive tech demo first unveiled in March, many were wondering what Quantic Dream would do as an encore to the acclaimed Heavy Rain, and at Sony's press conference at E3 the experimental French studio unveiled its plans - not for what's next, but for what lies Beyond: Two Souls.