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Latest Adventure Games News - Linux page 19

6

Jun

Contemporary character-driven dramas are in short supply in gaming these days, but that could soon change with enough financial support for the episodic indie adventure The St. Christopher's School Lockdown.



3

Jun

Along with the news that KING Art's upcoming whodunit / heist adventure The Raven will be split into three episodes for release later this summer, publisher Nordic Games has launched a free interactive graphic novel as a prologue for the game.



28

May

We'll probably never get a true sequel to the beloved claymation adventure The Neverhood, but if Doug TenNapel's "spiritual successor" Armikrog is able to meet its fundraising goals, we'll soon have the next best thing.



25

May

It was only a matter of time until pirates discovered the abundant treasures of Kickstarter, but that's no problem when they come bearing gifts like the titular heroine of Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet.



17

May

Solving your own murder may sound impossible, but not when you're a ghost, which is the premise behind Jack Haunt: Old Haunting Grounds, a new supernatural point-and-click pulp mystery adventure set to release next month. 



12

Apr

If you fear the abundance of promising crowdfunding projects is going to bleed you dry, the nightmare continues with an Indiegogo campaign for Footprint Games' horror adventure The Apeiron Project.



8

Apr

When designing a unique indie adventure, why not shoot for the moon, right? That's a notion that six students from ENJMIN University in France have take quite literally as they've recently announced their debut project, Lune.



24

Mar

What's in a name? A Double Fine Adventure by any other name would surely play as sweet, but at long last Tim Schafer and co. have decided on a title for their upcoming point-and-click adventure: Broken Age.



19

Mar

Pay-what-you-want bundles are smart ways to shop no matter how you slice it. But the latest special looks to be even smarter than most, as the "Cerebral Bundle" includes several different adventure games, including the exclusive Necrotic Drift Deluxe.



7

Mar

There's no shortage of Kickstarter campaigns for adventures these days, but time's running out for Nightlight Interactive's supernatural puzzler Whispering Willows.



6

Mar

Yeehaw! It's been a long time since we could saddle up to a new comedy western, but today we can do just that with the downloadable release of Fester Mudd: Curse of the Gold.



3

Mar

It may not be saving the world, but saving your dog has proven to be a worthy gaming cause, and Gomo looks to be the next adventure to mark its territory in the canine-rescuing field.



27

Feb

Indie developer The Fullbright Company plans to disprove the notion that you can't go home again, though you won't find it anything like you left it in the upcoming Gone Home.



27

Feb

It's rare for adventures to adopt an isometric viewpoint, but VisionTrick Media's upcoming Pavilion looks set to challenge all sorts of perspectives when it's released later this year.



22

Feb

The name Jonas Kyratzes may not be widely known, but there's no mistaking his distinctive style. The acclaimed indie designer behind last year's The Sea Will Claim Everything (just recently dubbed the "Best Game No One Has Played" in our 2012 Aggie Awards) is looking to make a bigger name for himself with his second commercial adventure, Ithaka of the Clouds, though he'll need a little help to do it.



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