Latest Adventure Games News

January 2018
16

Jan

There's always more than meets the eye going on in those small, seemingly idyllic towns – something that only ever comes to light with a tragedy and the arrival of a stranger. Such is the case with the town of Pineview in Frostwood Interactive's upcoming Rainswept.

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Jan

Being a cop is a dangerous job, so a chicken is probably not the first trait that comes to mind when considering those serving on the force. Yet that's exactly what we're going to get – quite literally – when indie Hungarian studio The Wild Gentemen (formely King Fox Games) finishes work on its upcoming "buddy cop noir adventure" called Chicken Police.

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7

Jan

If there are two environments almost certain to court disaster in games, they're spaceships and scientific research facilities. With its feet set squarely on the ground, the latter is the setting for indie Czech developer Jakub Pilar's upcoming thriller Subsequented.

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6

Jan

We're continually reminded of the truly international nature of the adventure game community, and you can now add Israel to the list of global developers with the announcement of Adventure4Life Studios' Plot of the Druid, an episodic point-and-click fantasy series currently in production. 

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Jan

It's not often we see live-action characters melded with prerendered environments anymore, so indie Serbian studio Munzesky Games will be offering both a glimpse of the future and a blast from the past with its debut adventure, Sol Invictus.

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1

Jan

Most sci-fi stories involving long space travel begin with astronauts waking up from cryosleep, but what's actually happening with them while they sleep? Are they suspended in unconscious oblivion? Can they dream? In indie developer Epsilon's successfully-Kickstarted episodic sci-fi adventure Destination: Primus Vita, we'll discover there's much more going on than meets the eye. 

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December 2017
27

Dec

First there was Silent Streets, the episodic mobile-exclusive mystery series with augmented reality elements that debuted with a free first installment. Then there was only silence. Soon, however, the series will be revived, bigger and better than ever with an all-new commercial episode called The Mockingbird’s Last Dive.

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Dec

Last year, a remastered version of Goichi Suda's (aka Suda51) 1999 adventure The Silver Case was released to English audiences for the first time. Next year its sequel will follow suit, as NIS America brings the iconic Japanese developer's The 25th Ward: The Silver Case to North American and European gamers.

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23

Dec

The common lament about today's choice-driven adventures is that player decisions ultimately don't seem to matter. Not so with the upcoming episodic series The Council, according to indie French studio Big Bad Wolf.

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18

Dec

The Sleuthhounds continue to make the rounds of all our favourite holidays. After successfully navigating The Valentine's Vendetta and The Halloween Deception, now anthropomorphic animal detectives Pureluck Homes and Jane Ampson have set their sights on Christmas in today's release of The Yuletide Tail. 

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17

Dec

Adventure games aren't for dummies. But that doesn't mean they can't star dummies, as we'll now get the chance to find out for ourselves thanks to a successful crowdfunding campaign for Inexplicable Deaths in Damipolis: Inner Thoughts.

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16

Dec

Campo Santo has decided to stop playing with fire, but there's no guarantee their next destination will be much safer. The creators of Firewatch have pulled back the curtain on their next project, and while in many respects the experience looks to share much in common with its predecessor, the setting will be vastly different In the Valley of Gods.

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12

Dec

Normally the only time you'd use the words "heartwrenching" and "mess" in the same sentences is some variation of "it's heartwrenching how often I need to clean this mess." But indie Australian developer Robot House is ready to flip that script in a big way with the release of Rumu, a game with a "heartwrenching narrative to make you fall in love with mess."

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11

Dec

There's may be way too much hostility in the world, but we can always do with a little Hostil, a short new point-and-click adventure released on Steam.

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10

Dec

Usually when we refer to "retro" graphics, we're talking about something from the late '80s or early '90s. Klabater and Polish developer Punch Punk Games are going far more retro than that, however, bringing medieval art alive early next year in the  stylish point-and-click adventure Apocalipsis: Harry at the End of the World.

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