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November 2021
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Nov

The good news is, you've just survived a horrific plane crash. The bad news is, you're now lost and alone in the harsh frozen climes of the far north. Welcome to Arctic Awakening, an episodic narrative adventure from GoldFire Studios set to debut on PC and consoles next year. 



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Nov

Cooperation is important when obstacles can only be overcome by working together. MadLife Divertissment’s upcoming two-player title Zorya: The Celestial Sisters is all about co-op gameplay, as you and a partner must help a pair of estranged sibling goddesses work together to solve puzzles and defeat enemies in an effort to reunite.



27

Nov

Jack the Ripper apparently wasn't the only one wreaking havoc in late 19th century London, as an even darker supernatural mystery was occurring in a madman's home at the exact same time, as we'll find out in Freesphere's upcoming 'proper British cosmic horror story' Necropolis Suite.



25

Nov

It may take two to tango, and two with superpowers to escape a hi-tech research facility, but it only takes one person to play Flaming Llama Games' newly released dual-character puzzle adventure, Twogether: Project Indigos.



23

Nov

The good news is: death isn't the end. The bad news is: what awaits is anything but heaven and it falls to you to rescue the very plane of afterlife existence. Then again, for adventure gamers used to saving the world, that may be even better news when indie Spanish developer SandBloom Studio's DE-EXIT: Eternal Matters arrives on PC.



21

Nov

As horrible as a plague is for all of society once it begins spreading, how much harder must it be on doctors toiling day and night to help the sick and dying? No, I'm not talking about COVID-19 but rather the Black Death, which tore through Europe in the Middle Ages and devastated the populace. Hitting more than a little close to home, this is the challenge facing players in Electrocosmos's upcoming The Plague Doctor of Wippra.



20

Nov

We probably all feel a little boxed-in by circumstance sometimes, but nowhere is that more true than for the citizens of Boxville, the titular setting for indie developer Triomatica Games' upcoming adventure that is currently raising funds through Kickstarter.



18

Nov

Dinosaurs aren't extinct, they just moved to the world of video games. At least, so Azure Mountain would have us believe, as the indie Polish developer is working on the next game in their prehistoric "Zid and Zniw Chronicles" series called Zid Journey.



16

Nov

Adventure gamers are good at stealing things. How else can you end up with an inventory full of purloined items required to solve puzzles? Most games justify this sticky-fingeredness as a matter of necessity, but indie developer Italic's upcoming heist adventure Midnight Girl dispenses with any such pretense. 



14

Nov

The combination of voodoo and detective work has an accomplished pedigree in the adventure genre, and indie developer Short Sleeve Studios’ is hoping to recapture that same magic with their aptly named upcoming 2D point-and-click adventure, Voodoo Detective.



13

Nov

It’s always a treat when an older game gets rereleased for modern operating systems. It’s even more welcome when said game had never officially been translated into your own language until then. That is precisely the case for English speakers with the 1998 Polish cartoon adventure Galador: The Prince and the Coward, which has now been officially localized and is now available to download more than two decades after its initial launch.



11

Nov

February 2nd may be the famous recurring date for Bill Murray's Groundhog Day, but November 11th marks the launch of Elusive Panda's own time-loop adventure, Henry's Day.



9

Nov

Thoughout history, royal succession has often been fraught with intrigue and peril. And if Cosmic Void's upcoming science fantasy adventure Blood Nova is any indication, it will continue to be far into the future and across the entire universe. 



7

Nov

An artist’s life is one of extremes. The desire to create can be all-consuming, even when inspiration has faded. In Bit Rot’s upcoming Recursive Ruin, players will have the chance to experience the plight of a despondent artist first-hand, exploring a surreal vaporwave nightmare in search of meaning.



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