Latest Adventure Games News

October 2012
30

Oct

If you've been wondering what awaits in Simon Mesnard's upcoming ASA: A Space Adventure, now you can probe the question in earnest in a playable demo of the game.

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30

Oct

We all knew it was coming (hey, we have cognitive powers too!), but the lengthy build-up to the first episode of Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller comes to an end today with the release of Episode 1: Hangman.

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27

Oct

The first AdventureX game conference in the UK was so much fun, the organizers are doing it again! Only this time, it'll be be bigger, based in London, and need some fundraising help up front to get it off the ground.

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26

Oct

After a slow start, the adventure genre picked up some major steam on the Nintendo 3DS this week.  Hot on the heels of the North American launch of Zero Escape, now the Europeans get their turn with today's launch of Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask and Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the Frozen City.   Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask

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26

Oct

Normally adventures involve solving crimes, but in the newly-released Lucius, players will be committing them, often in the most diabolical ways. 

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24

Oct

If you like your adventures a little deadly, there are dangers on multiple platforms today, as Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward has been launched on the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita, while Nancy Drew: The Deadly Device has shipped for PC and Mac. Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward

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23

Oct

Indie developers Jake Elliott and Tamas Kemenczy of Cardboard Computer haven't been letting the bluegrass grow under their feet since successfully crowdfunding their five-part adventure series Kentucky Route Zero, as the first episode is set to launch this December.

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23

Oct

It won't come quite in time for Halloween, but before November's full moon rises you'll be able to get your paws on a new indie horror called Guise of the Wolf.

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19

Oct

There's really never been anything quite like Quest for Glory, so leave it to original series creators Lori and Corey Cole to step in and fill the void.  Continuing the flood of acclaimed Golden Age game designers returning to the fold, the Coles have launched a Kickstarter campaign for their ambitious new project, Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption.

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19

Oct

Normally the words "Iceberg, dead ahead!" represent a harbinger of doom, but in this case it's a promise of plenty of adventuring goodness, as Iceberg Interactive has just announced an agreement to publish not one but two Lost Crown sequels from Jonathan Boakes.

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15

Oct

Erica Reed may have the power to see into the past, but gamers who play the demo of Cognition will get an early glimpse of the upcoming first episode.

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15

Oct

With just one day to go before the launch of Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes, you can check out Deadalic's offbeat cartoon sequel for yourself in a playable browser-based demo.

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15

Oct

With Halloween fast approaching, it's about time for some new seasonal adventures, and the first supernatural mystery out of the chute is Cindy Pondillo's Haunting at Cliffhouse.

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11

Oct

While many adventure games require puzzle-solving to unfold the storyline, a stylish new indie game called Gorogoa takes that concept one step further, as the storyline itself is folded into grid-based tiles that must be strategically manipulated.

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