Latest Adventure Games News

April 2015
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Apr

To be or not to be? That will be the question answered by the Kickstarter campaign for Elsinore, a new "time-looping narrative adventure game set in the world of Shakespeare's Hamlet."

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Apr

A librarian may not seem like the most adventurous of game protagonists at first, but indie Italian developer Ossocubo is out to prove that perception wrong with their upcoming point-and-click title Blue Volta.

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Apr

Over time, we’ve seen embattled space-faring crews take on any number of outrageous or dangerous situations, playing the odds and usually coming out on top. But indie developer Crystal Shard has given us a different take on this archetype; instead of facing adversity from a hostile race of aliens or life-threatening conditions on distant planets, the crew in Quasar is threatening to fall apart from the inside out.

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Apr

Being the titular “guest” in an adventure game tends not to be a good thing for its protagonist, but it’s a very good thing for gamers. Indie Spanish developer Team Gotham hopes to continue that trend this June with The Guest.

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Apr

Outside of prison, few human beings know what it's like to be truly caged up. But we could soon, courtesy of indie developer Big Loop Studios, as the surreal adventure DreamCage 28 is currently seeking funding through Kickstarter.

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16

Apr

Mystery fans waiting for their next spy thriller fix don't have to wait any longer, as The Paris Dossier, a new film noir-inspired adventure game, is now available on mobile devices.

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Apr

It should come as no surprise that a game called CAIN would be about one brother charged with killing another, but the upcoming adventure by indie Spanish developer Gazpacho Games is no biblical morality tale, but a first-person noir-tinged thriller.

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Apr

Saving the world is old hat for adventure gamers. Now, destroying the world? That's something else entirely. But that just happens to be the central premise behind MechaNika, a new mobile adventure making its debut on Android devices.

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Apr

The Cold War may be over, but the Russians could still have a few tricks up their sleeves – or at least hidden away in underground bunkers. We'll soon get to find out for themselves, as indie developer Nightly Studios has just announced its upcoming comic adventure, Bunker: The Underground Game.

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