We'll probably never get a true sequel to the beloved claymation adventure The Neverhood, but if Doug TenNapel's "spiritual successor" Armikrog is able to meet its fundraising goals, we'll soon have the next best thing.
Adventurers have chased magical white rabbits on fantastical journeys before, and Daedalic is ready to send gamers on another with today's release of The Night of the Rabbit.
Anyone who's ever tried to balance artistic inspiration with the realities of everyday life will be familiar with The Novelist's central question: "Can you achieve your dreams without pushing away the people you love?" The game's designer, Kent Hudson is intimately familiar with this question; after more than ten years working on action games including Deus Ex: Invisible War and BioShock 2, he recently quit his day job to focus on the self-funded indie he bills as "a game about life, family, and the choices we make."
It was only a matter of time until pirates discovered the abundant treasures of Kickstarter, but that's no problem when they come bearing gifts like the titular heroine of Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet.
Solving your own murder may sound impossible, but not when you're a ghost, which is the premise behind Jack Haunt: Old Haunting Grounds, a new supernatural point-and-click pulp mystery adventure set to release next month.
In most murder mysteries, the best you can hope for is to reveal the killer at the end. But most games aren't Cognition, as the third episode in the four-part series released today lets players actually step into the shoes of the killer him/herself.
While other teens are gearing up for summer vacation, you can always count on Nancy Drew to seek out another mystery to solve each year. This time she's up against the Ghost of Thornton Hall, released today for PC and Mac.
It's been six years since we last saw Jack Keane in his titular first adventure, but this summer he'll be returning in Jack Keane 2: The Fire Within, and clearly he hasn't learned a thing in the meantime.
It's been a long time since everyone's favourite pointy-haired defense lawyer appeared in court, but he's all set to make a comeback this fall when Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies releases digitally for Nintendo 3DS.
If King's Quest (with maybe a little Space Quest and Leisure Suit Larry mixed in) had been set in a modern day metropolis, it might look a little something like City Quest, an indie comic adventure now seeking crowdfunding through Kickstarter.
If at first you don't succeed, try again with better people – or at least with bigger names. That seems to be the motto behind Gato Salvaje's second Kickstarter appeal after the first one fell short last summer. But they're impessive names at that, as the Spanish developer plans to bring aboard renowned comic book writer Greg Rucka and actress Ash Sroka, best known as the beloved Tali’Zorah from the Mass Effect RPG series.