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.
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.
What is the value of one's soul? Would you sell yours away to the devil for a second chance at a better life? And what might the consequences be if you do? These questions are at the heart of IndieBug's Demons Never Lie, an upcoming point-and-click adventure now seeking funding through Kickstarter.
What's better than a new game from the creators of Unforeseen Incidents? How about TWO new games from Backwoods Entertainment? Better yet, both of them have recently received funding for various stages of development.
As the coldest, least populated continent on the planet, Antarctica is known more for its ice and penguins than for international intrigue. That might change soon enough when indie German developer Matze Klein releases his debut adventure, Echidna's Daughter.
LucasArts once made a pretty successful game starring a trio of playable time travelers, and now indie developer Pontus Wittenmark of Warm Kitten is hoping to do the same in the upcoming Justin Wack and the Big Time Hack.
The days of Sierra-style text inputs may be long over for the most part, but indie developer Phil Fortier plans to revive the classic formula once again for his upcoming adventure Cascadia Quest – albeit updated somewhat with modern sensibilities.
They say that one person's trash is another person's treasure. It's meant figuratively, but in Beavl's upcoming Trash Diamonds, we'll discover just how true it can literally be on a universal scale when the retro-styled sci-fi puzzler is launched next year.
If your loved one were kidnapped, how far would you go to rescue them? That's a choice that PC gamers can join mobile players in making when the desktop port of Studio Hazy's Drawn Down is released this summer.
A lot can go wrong on election day, and not just the final results. We'll be able to find out for ourselves just how much when indie developer WrongPixel releases its comedic point-and-click mystery Port Valley in 2020.
What do mutants talk about amongst themselves in their daily lives? That may not be a question you've ever had need to ponder, but we'll learn the answer later this year anyway with the upcoming release of indie German developer Die Gute Fabrik's Mutazione.
Getting a criminal suspect to crack under pressure isn't nearly as easy as TV makes it look. In indie Romanian developer Critique Gaming's upcoming Interrogation, players will find that out firsthand, needing all their conversational wiles if they're to bring down a growing terrorist organization.
From Artifex Mundi to Eipix Entertainment, it seems like more and more casual game developers are making the leap to full-fledged adventure games these days. (The more the merrier, we say!) The latest to join in the point-and-click fun is Ukrainian developer Specialbit Studio, who have unveiled the details of their first adventure, Angelo and Deemon: One Hell of a Quest.
You may think that if you've seen one hero story you've seen them all, but you might just find out differently in indie developer Sinking Sheep's upcoming Yet Another Hero Story.
“Never be fooled by what you see on the outside, because on the inside it’s often a different story.” That’s the mantra that the two-man indie South African developer Givit Game Studios would like players to consider this September when they launch Into Eternity, a first-person point-and-click horror adventure that tasks players with exploring a large mysterious island to discover what secrets it hides.