First it was Heavy Rain, and now it's rain. The weather may have downgraded to a drizzle, but the outcast sure looks sunny with the first video and details about the next stylish adventure coming to the PlayStation 3.
Normally futuristic adventures paint a bleak, overcrowded, heavily mechanized picture of the world. But if you look even further ahead, to a time when nature has largely reclaimed the planet, you just might discover the jaw-dropping beauty of The Realm.
Acclaimed indie developer ClickShake Games is now offering adventure fans A Small Favor for a small favor. The first part of the deal is a new commercial adventure based on their popular browser-based freeware series, while the second is a request for crowdfunding to help finance it.
It's generally a bad idea to tell a woman she's too short, easy, ugly or high maintenance, but the indie developers of Anna listened to the complaints of fans, and have given the free-roaming 3D horror adventure an "Extended Edition" makeover that promises "a completely new interface, new puzzles, new environments"... and death.
It's been nearly twenty years since The Neverhood, and the classic claymation adventure remains pretty much one-of-a-kind to this day. That may soon change, however, as Doug TenNapel is planning to mold a brand new clay-and-puppet adventure called Armikrog.
First character model for Armikrog
If you fear the abundance of promising crowdfunding projects is going to bleed you dry, the nightmare continues with an Indiegogo campaign for Footprint Games' horror adventure The Apeiron Project.
So you still want to be a hero? That's a good thing, because the world will soon need one in ANU Studio's We Need a Hero.
When designing a unique indie adventure, why not shoot for the moon, right? That's a notion that six students from ENJMIN University in France have take quite literally as they've recently announced their debut project, Lune.
If the thought of an enhanced edition of J.U.L.I.A. is already music to your ears, you ain't heard nothin' yet, because CBE Software's current fundraising campaign aims to finish on a high note with a live online musical concert from Jan Kavan.
The spectre of World War III no longer hovers over us tangibly, but it will in Oberon, an alternate reality political thriller due to arrive sometime in 2014.
If you heard that a black-and-white claymation musical starring a gender-ambiguous film noir detective released on April 1st, you'd surely think it was an April Fool's joke. But nothing could be more natural for quirky indie developer Deirdra Kiai, whose latest adventure Dominique Pamplemousse in "It's All Over Once the Fat Lady Sings!" is available now for PC, Mac, and iPad.