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Latest Adventure Games News page 3

22

Jun

Most adventure games have you jumping through proverbial hoops to overcome obstacles, but more and more side-scrollers are asking players to leap literal platforms as well in order to progress. The latest of these is Evan's Remains, a puzzle-platformer with visual novel elements currently raising funds on Kickstarter. 



20

Jun

Losing a beloved pet can be a devastating experience, and finding one can be darn near impossible. Not so in Fast Travel Games' upcoming The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets, however, which looks to be a delightfully charming virtual reality rescue experience. 



18

Jun

The year 2064 may seem like a long way off, but it's coming – or rather coming back – sooner than you think in Neurodiver, the sequel to MidBoss's retro-styled cyberpunk adventure 2064: Read Only Memories.



15

Jun

Between its Dark Fall and Lost Crown horror series, it's easy to lose track of the various supernatural adventures in production at Darkling Room. We thought the next game in the former franchise was going to be Storm Warning, but now it appears another title is coming first in the form of Dark Fall: Ghost Vigil.



13

Jun

She's baaaaack! Or perhaps she never really went away. Two decades after the groundbreaking The Blair Witch Project popularized the "found footage" horror movie, the eponymous legend is still going strong, this time in the form of Bloober Team's upcoming Blair Witch.



11

Jun

Surreptiously invading people's private lives is kind of an inherent feature in adventure games. But nosing around someone's personal secrets will be even more prevalent in indie Dutch developer Codalyn's upcoming narrative adventure, Privacy. 



9

Jun

It's often hard to tell where an adventure game ends and a puzzle-platformer begins, and vice versa. But in Size Five Games' upcoming Lair of the Clockwork God, the former ends with one protagonist and the latter begins with the other, though the two must work together to succeed.



8

Jun

We should always be a little wary about what might be lurking in the shadows, but what if it's the shadows themselves that pose imminent danger? That's the premise behind indie Danish developer Tunnel Vision Games' upcoming first-person puzzler, Lightmatter. 



6

Jun

A young girl who mysteriously disappeared some twelve years ago. A mountaintop observatory standing guard at the edge of the world. An enigmatic journal hinting at an incredible connection between the two, and a wondrous world beyond the boundaries of imagination. These are just the first few breadcrumbs to follow in Coatsink’s newly-released VR adventure, Shadow Point.



4

Jun

Many adventure games involve a voyage of some kind, but the title of indie developer Venturous's upcoming side-scroller leaves no doubt about it. 



2

Jun

Most of us are likely familiar with the phenomenon in which someone or something that occupied our thoughts during the day intrudes upon our dreams. However, what if this situation were reversed, and the things we encountered in our dreams the night before were able to affect our waking world? This is the premise behind The Dreamcatcher, an upcoming first-person adventure game currently in development by Shanghai-based Huanlin Games.



1

Jun

The solar system is a big, big place, and most of its many mysteries are far beyond our understanding. Good thing for inquiring minds that it's also caught in an endless time loop in Mobius Digital's newly-released Outer Wilds.



30

May

Between interactive TV shows like Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and games like The Complex, it's getting harder and harder to tell the two apart. Especially when Wales Interactive's upcoming "cinematic FMV sci-fi thriller" is set to include experienced film talent both in front of and behind the camera. 



29

May

Lovecraft and cyberpunk may not be the first match that comes to mind in a word association test, but perhaps that will change next year when indie Turkish developer Stormling Studios releases their horror adventure Transient.



28

May

Being a cabbie working the night shift is tough. But try being a cabbie and part-time investigator in one, when a recent string of murders afflicts your city and casts suspicion on you. Players will get that very chance later this year when the noir-themed Night Call is released for Windows PC. 



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