Now here's something you don't see every day... In fact, it's something you won't actually see this time either, as indie developer epicycle has recently released its unique audio horror adventure BlindSide for PC and Mac.
A trio of new adventure games currently seeking crowd-funding are quickly approaching their deadlines, each with less than $5,000 to raise.
A visit to the D’Ayas Valley in the Italian Alps may sound like a dream vacation, but it's the source of nightmares in the newly-released horror adventure Anna.
A crime investigation set in New Orleans? Could work... The latest such endeavour doesn't star a certain Mr. Knight, but SilverPlay's Louisiana Adventure will offer plenty of grisly detective work when it's released worldwide this fall.
Step aside, Bond, James Bond. Make way for Mark T. Ross and James Peris, two new crimefighting heroes making their respective adventure game debuts.
Mark T. Ross: A Private in Paris - Episode 1
Word of yet another fundraising appeal isn't good news in itself, but news of free games is always welcome, and to highlight its Kickstarter campaign, indie developer Gato Salvaje has released the first episode of AR-K free of charge.
A Murder in Tehran's Alleys 1933 will be felt all the way to the UK 2012 when Lace Mamba Global releases the Iranian-developed crime story later this year.
After finishing with Yesterday, Pendulo Studios is now looking ahead to Day One, though the Spanish developer is going to need some help to make its "dark comedy about corruption, easy money, immorality, politics, death, DRMs and other curses of our time!"
The Cold War may be over and the KGB no more (at least in name), but the dark machinations of the Russian security agency live on in fiction, this time in Phantomery Interactive's 1953: KGB Unleashed.
After a relative dearth of first-person puzzlers in recent years, it seems the indies are ready to fill the void, the latest being Ether, a newly-announced adventure from White Paper Games.
If you like lonley first-person horror adventures, then brace yourself for the solitude of a new indie game out of El Salvador called Enola.
Adventure games may not be particularly hip, but indie developer Facepuncher Worldwide is looking to change all that with the recent release of About to Blow Up.