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October 2018
12

Oct

Surreal first-person mystery coming to Windows PC in December.

Kickstarter may not be the financial bonanza it once promised to be, but it's still a boon for indie developers like Dystopia Interactive, whose surreal first-person mystery 103 recently received enough crowdfunding support to continue towards its year-end launch target. 

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11

Oct

Standalone absurdist comedy adventure set in the fantasy Unicorn Dungeon universe.

The word “poltergeist” probably brings to mind TV static, diminutive psychics, and secret suburban burial sites. What it probably doesn’t bring to mind is an absurdist point-and-click fantasy adventure. But set aside what you think you know about ghost stories, as the latter is exactly what we’re getting in Stand Off Software’s newly-released Poltergeist Treasure.

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10

Oct

Surreal Japanese 3D mystery now available for download on Steam.

Dreams can be beautiful, fascinating, baffling, even disturbing – sometimes all at once. You can now experience one such dream firsthand (without even being asleep) in Nayuta Studio's newly-released Cineris Somnia.

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9

Oct

New game from acclaimed Czech studio the first to break away from point-and-click.

Normally a well-oiled machine developing creaks is a sign of wear and tear, but context matters when the machine is Amanita Design and the Creaks in question refer to the name of their next adventure. 

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7

Oct

Demo available for point-and-click steampunk adventure on PC and Xbox One.

Harvester of Dreams has been a long time coming. Starting out as German indie Christian Waadt's personal project a decade ago, it has been in active development since 2012. Episode 1, now on Steam Early Access, introduces the point-and-click steampunk adventure promising puzzles, some action sequences, and a mix of dream and reality.  

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6

Oct

Cheerful side-scroller about the healing power of music available now for download.

Indie developer Greg Lobanov believes in the healing power of song. In fact, that is the very premise behind his newly-released musical side-scrolling adventure Wandersong.

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4

Oct

Five-part anthology of standalone first-person adventures to debut this month.

Not every tale needs to be epic. Some of the best works of fiction have come from short stories rather than full-length works, and the tighter, more focused narrative works to their advantage. Indie developer Viperante is hoping the same is true of its aptly-named Short Story Series, which is set to debut later this month.

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3

Oct

First two installments of acclaimed comic-noir detective series available free.

Ironically for a franchise named Nick Bounty, the "comedic spoof on classic film noir detective movies" hasn't been bountiful at all so far, as indie developer Pinhead Games released the first two series installments absolutely free. Now the titular detective is back for an all-new case, but this time it's going to cost us. 

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2

Oct

Creators of FORM back with fantastical "otherworldly journey" for Oculus Touch and HTC Vive.

Last year Charm Games gave us FORM, an abstract virtual reality puzzler set largely in a world of darkness filled with mechanical devices. For their next act, the indie developer has turned on the lights for more a more fantastical adventure, the newly-released Twilight Path. 

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September 2018
30

Sep

October Kickstarter coming for comic sci-fi adventure for Windows and Mac.

While most interplanetary games are serious science fiction, outer space and comedy have alway gone hand-in-hand in the adventure genre. And so they will once again next year with the release of indie Australian developer Bad Goat Studios' Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy.

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29

Sep

Comic point-and-click adventure coming to Windows and Mac next spring.

Usually people aren't eager to spend much time in a ghetto, but an exception can certainly be made for a little point-and-click adventuring in indie developer Toro Games' upcoming Ghetto Conspiracy.

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27

Sep

Minimalist "hypnotic" adventure with infinite zoom to follow later on consoles.

Those who played last year's masterful Gorogoa got a taste of how zooming from one scene to another could lead to countless possibilities. Now indie Spanish developer DevilishGames aims to ramp up that mechanic significantly in its newly-released puzzler Path to Mnemosyne.

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23

Sep

Crowdfunding pushes text-driven immersive thriller towards November release.

Many games refuse easy genre categorization, and some defy any attempts to classify them at all. Such is the case of the successfully Kickstarted text-driven thriller unmemory, coming to PC and mobile devices later this year.

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22

Sep

Collage-based, comic Renaissance sequel to Four Last Things due next April.

Joe Richardson is a Renaissance man. Not only is the UK-based indie developer already working on his third solo adventure, but The Procession to Calvary will be made up entirely of Renaissance-era paintings when it's released next spring.

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20

Sep

Standalone Christmas-themed adventure set in the "Crown" series coming to PC in December.

Darkling Room's "Crown" series has become the gift that keeps on giving. While we're still awaiting the full-fledged sequel Blackenrock, a new holiday-themed standalone installment called Silent Night is due to arrive in time for Christmas this year. 

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