In The Forest Quartet, you play the spirit of the lead singer whom has recently passed away. Naturally, the rest of the band is devastated by this and is deeply grieving. As the spirit of the singer, you transverse on a quest to help the band, in healing this traumatic experience. This touching story is interwoven throughout the game and is looking to be an emotional story, supported by a jazzy soundtrack.
Earlier this year, the China based developers kicked off their Kickstarter for their furry puzzle adventure Mercury Abbey that ended greatly surpassing it's modest goals. Raising over $11,500 versus it's original goal of $8000 the Kickstarter ended with a high note in March with 360 backers, that want to see the world of Mercury Abbey brought to life.
Today the fight commences against a disorder that spreads across the northern Sámiland! Featuring a story based on mythology and history, Red Stage Entertainment's Skábma: Snowfall is now available; drawing inspiration from the traditions of the Northern European Sámi people.
There’s nothing quite like going to the theater to see a movie on the big screen. Top Right Corner loves the theater experience too, and in their new VR-exclusive game, The Atlas Mystery, players will not only get to explore a historic Hollywood theater, but solve an age-old mystery.
South of the Circle is an emotional narrative experience exploring the relationship between Peter and Clara, Cambridge academics caught up in the political conflict of the Cold War. The story focuses on the weight of life choices - between career, true love and the desire to keep our promises.
Most detective adventures have players following a proverbial trail of breadcrumbs to track down the culprit. Not so in ColePowered Games' upcoming Shadows of Doubt, an open-world stealth mystery in which you'll have "a whole city of secrets at your fingertips."
This last couple years have terrible in many respects, but if indie developer Pendopo Studio's upcoming side-scroller Rendezvous is any indication, the future isn't all it's cracked up to be either (though in the latter case, that's very much intentionally so).
Fans of Law & Order-styled legal dramas should have no objection to news that The Lawyer Episode 1: The Red Bathtub is currently in production by indie Polish developer ManyDev Studio.
Most detective adventures offer players a cursory examination of dead bodies at best, but in Woodland Games' upcoming Autopsy Simulator, you'll get a very hands-on opportunity to do just that in detail, all while trying to maintain your sanity (and likely your lunch).
Phoenix Wright taught us that being a lawyer can be a fun way to spend an adventure game, and soon you can try it out for yourself in Games Incubator's upcoming legal defense sim I Am Your Lawyer.
In 2017, indie developer Stranga Games quietly released a little retro-styled horror adventure called Just Ignore Them. Apparently enough gamers ignored that titular advice to warrant a follow-up in the form of a recently released prequel called Just Ignore Them: Brea's Story Tape 1.
Usually when someone says they're "having company for dinner," they mean it strictly in the invitational sense. Unfortunately for the poor matriarch of a very dysfunctional family, it means something much more literal in LeJeanPatrick's upcoming Who the fuck ate Grandma?
Hypnospace Outlaw took the gaming world by storm in 2019, particularly among those who grew up with the burgeoning internet in the 1990s. For an encore, developers Tendershoot and Noble Robot have set the calendar a few years ahead for a spiritual sequel called Dreamsettler.
There have been three new Monkey Island games since 1991's LeChuck's Revenge, but among the most diehard fans of Ron Gilbert's classic series, there's always been a sense that the sequels that followed were not canon, and that the only real sequel could come from Gilbert himself. Whether that's true or not remains to be seen, but what is no longer in doubt is that Gilbert is indeed revisiting his beloved franchise with a brand new installment later this year called – appropriately – Return to Monkey Island.
Moving away from home to go to school is tough at the best of times. You’ve got to find new friends, a place to live, and if you’re Walter Gilman, protagonist of Atom Brain Games’ upcoming genre-bending hybrid Dreams in the Witch House, a way to stop the apocalypse by the end of the semester.