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.
Slavic mythology may not be as widely known around the world as the lore of other cultures, but that may change next year with the release of The End of the Sun, a time-twisting adventure that crosses not just seasons, but entire eras.
Well, liss'n up, y'all. There's a new point 'n shoot adventure a'comin' to yer computer thangies soon, so keep yer eyes peeled fer Wanton Rogue later this year, y'hear?
Visiting a museum is a great way to get an intriguing glimpse into the past, but it's usually a rather passive experience. Wouldn't it be a little more interesting if only there some puzzles to solve? Well, indie developer Wreck Tangle Games certainly thinks so, as this is the premise of its upcoming "short puzzle game saga" appropriately called Museum.
Not every game requires loads of comedy, action, or witty dialogue. Sometimes an adventure can be laid back, quiet, and thoughtful. Indie developer Morteshka's atmospheric The Mooseman aims to provide just such an experience, arriving on consoles now after its release on PC last year.
They may have fallen a little short the first time around, but indie developer Suzaku found success in their second Kickstarter campaign for Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story, a mix of Blade Runner-esque dystopian science fiction with a classic J-Horror ghost story.
The biggest challenge facing many superheroes doesn't actually seem to be the evil foes they encounter, but rather how best to reconcile their superpowered identities with their mild-mannered concealed personas. This is especially true for the titular star of Deedema Games's upcoming Flipping Filip.
Have you ever wondered how F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby might have turned out if J. R. R. Tolkien had written it? While Swedish developer Valiant Game Studio probably isn’t expecting to make the next Great American Novel (or Video Game, in this case), their upcoming episodic fantasy adventure Pendula Swing is looking to such celebrated works for inspiration.
Phoenix Online Studios is reaching for the skies with its upcoming publishing plans – quite literally, as the next two games to be released will be A Rite from the Stars and Bleeding Moons.
A Rite from the Stars
Normally Adventure Gamers doesn't get involved in sales news, but then, normally Adventure Gamers isn't part of sales news. This time we are, however, as AG is teaming up with GOG.com as part of their #SummerGaming Sale event.
Vancouver is a gorgeous Canadian coastal city filled with people... but the same most definitely cannot be said about the "dystopian retrofuturistic" Vancouver of EggNut's successfully crowdfunded stealth adventure, Backbone.
Intergalactic travel may still seem far off in the future, but what if the technology was really developed here on earth back in 20,000 BC? Adventure gamers will soon have the chance to go back and see what the history books definitely do NOT tell us in indie developer Anas Abdin's upcoming Tardigrades.
It's hard enough facing the challenges of one's home being turned into a hellish nightmare without having to fiddle with first-person 3D keyboard controls. At least, so indie developer Bumpy Trail Games thought in releasing their surreal new slideshow-styled adventure, Without Escape.
It may have taken 80 days to travel around the world, but it's only 39 Days to Mars in indie developer Philip Buchanan's upcoming "co-operative steampunk survival-adventure game."
Imagine a near-utopian world 30 years from now, when death has become virtually non-existent. And now imagine that you're not going to live to see the day unless you undertake some particular tasks for a mysterious corporation. How far would you go to ensure your own immortality? You'll get to find out in indie Russian developer Dmitry Zagumennov's upcoming visual novel-style sci-fi adventure, Supposedly Wonderful Future.