Paintings live on long after their creators are deceased, but what if an artist dies mysteriously before finishing her greatest work and only you can help put her soul to rest? This is the premise behind indie developer Ator Neba's upcoming first-person adventure, Blind Souls.
Many adventures have players saving the world, or at least the day, from the clutches of evil, but the ultimate goal is far more important in indie Norse developer Arik Zurabian's upcoming point-and-click adventure that is currently seeking crowdfunding through Indiegogo and gives a whole new meaning to the term "drinking game."
While Supermassive Games is best known for its cinematic horror adventure Until Dawn on PlayStation 4, and is currently working on the multi-platform The Dark Pictures anthology, quietly the team was also partnering with Google to produce the newly-released Daydream exclusive Shattered State.
The future of point-and-click adventures looks a little more promising today thanks to the announcement of the upcoming The Blind Prophet.
UPDATE: Since time of writing, the Kickstarter for Sane has been suspended due to copyright dispute. The game's future should be considered in doubt unless otherwise notified.
It seems adventure game developers finally got the memo: this genre can be multiplayer too! The latest to venture into still-largely-uncharted territory is a two-player co-operative puzzler from Other Tales Interactive called Tick Tock: A Tale for Two.
A millenial slacker may not be anyone's idea of a traditional hero, but sometimes there's more to people than meets the eye. At least, we'll need to hope that's the case in ZORPEK's upcoming comic point-and-click adventure, The Funny Boneyard.
Who says they don't make 'em like they used to? Sometimes they make 'em exactly like that, as in indie developer SuckerFree Games' newly-released MacVenture-styled horror adventure From Beyond: Prologue.
It's been nearly two decades since we last tore our hair out at the deviously challenging puzzles of Detalion's Schizm and its sequel (also known as Mysterious Journey). Now, however, from the department of better-late-than-never comes the unexpected announcement of a brand new game in the Polish developer's series.
You'd think Sweden was the murder capital of the world the way new mysteries keep popping up for Carol Reed. The amateur sleuth is back at it again early next year in her 14th point-and-click adventure, The Fall of April.
Fairy tales warn us to beware wolves in sheep's clothing, so to speak, but what if the wolf just really wants to help correct a fateful mistake? Such is the basis for the upcoming fantasy side-scrolling adventure, The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince.
If there's one thing the We Were Here series has taught us so far, it's that if you're going to get hopelessly lost or trapped, it's always better to have a friend along to help get you out of it. That will be true once again soon enough, as the co-op puzzle franchise is returning with a new installment called We Were Here Together.
Way back in 1982, Tron took viewers inside the simulated world of a mainframe computer gone awry. Technology has come a long way since then, but in THE ENIGMA MACHINE, gamers can once again explore a virtual world of modern mechanics, this time inside the "mind" of an android with artificial intelligence.
The worlds of tabletop role-playing games depend largely on the imagination of its players. Fortunately for us, just such a world is being brought vividly to life in the upcoming comic point-and-click adventure Chook & Sosig: Walk the Plank.
Along with sock-hops, drive-ins and rock-and-roll, the 1950s were also synonymous with cheesy horror flicks. Sixty years later, along comes indie developer TensionSplice's Terror in the Atomic Desert, a first-person "homage" to those low-budget monster B movies of yesteryear.