Latest Adventure Games News

February 2018
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Feb

An unsolved murder in a point-and-click mystery is like catnip to adventure fans – which is only fitting for Goloso Games's upcoming Inspector Waffles, a new retro-styled episodic series starring anthropomorphic cats. 

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Feb

After rattling gamers' nerves with the horror adventure Enola back in 2014, now The Domaginarium is turning its sights to the fantasy genre with their upcoming release – although The Dreamlands: Aisling's Quest will not be without a little haunting atmosphere of its own along the way.

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Feb

Adventure games with amnesiac protagonists are not uncommon, but what if all of a sudden, no one at all can remember a thing? This unusual scenario is precisely the situation players will find themselves confronting in next year's release of Scarecrow Studio's 3 Minutes to Midnight.

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Feb

Normally we equate architects with grand structures that skillfully blend science and art. But what if an architect devoted his or her skills to constructing a labyrinthine horror of puzzles instead? That question is no longer entirely theoretical thanks to the recent release of Madness of the Architect.

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Feb

Alike Studio has a habit of sending lone explorers around the universe on rescue missions... and let's be glad they do! Following the popular 2016 mobile release of Love You to Bits, now the indie Spanish developer is back with a new "cute and accessible, purely visual, family-friendly" puzzler in the newly-released Bring You Home.

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Feb

For their inaugural adventure, indie studio Shattered Mirror opted to go for something ambitious out of the gate. The newly-released The Apartment is a first-person 3D psychological thriller, promising a mix of suspense, action, and puzzle-solving, all tied together with a dark and heavy story.

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Feb

If there's one thing you could always count on about adventure games, it's that they're designed as single player experiences. Outside of Cyan's Uru and a few interactive stories with cooperative components tacked on, rarely has the genre seen any true multiplayer experiences. Stepping into that void, however, is Total Mayhem Games' "cooperative puzzle adventure" We Were Here Too, which has just been released on PC. 

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January 2018
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Jan

A room may not sound like the most interesting of settings, but jam it packed full of puzzles and there's no limit to the amount of intrigue you can find. Then open up a number of rooms to explore, and you've got a real adventure. This has been the design evolution of Fireproof Games' popular puzzle series, The Room, which has recently launched its fourth iteration on iOS called Old Sins, 

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Jan

Waking up in the middle of nowhere is never a good thing, especially when you suffer from memory loss and your surroundings aren't playing nice. Indie developer Watercolor Games will confront players with precisely that scenario this spring with the release of its debut first-person platforming adventure Riverhill Trials.

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Jan

The very nature of adventure games requires us to adopt all variety of playable personas, but rarely are we called upon to do so in the same game as often as we will in D'Avekki Studios' upcoming The Shapeshifting Detective, a new FMV mystery from the creators of The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker.

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Jan

Virtual and augmented realities are quickly gaining a foothold in modern times. But are we sure that's a good thing? The upcoming dystopian cyberkpunk adventure VirtuaVerse by Theta Division Games promises to be a cautionary tale of the misuse of technology and power – albeit with a distinct pixel art presentation and rocking chiptune soundtrack.

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Jan

The Saw films, while delighting in over-the-top gore, have also posed some interesting questions about just what we would do to stay alive. Play With Me, a newly-released horror game from Polish developer AIREM, is loosely based on the popular torture porn movie series and asks its players similar questions during the attempt to escape the sadistic killer called "Illusion."

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Jan

Many of us may equate the name "Alice" with Wonderland, but Lewis Carroll's heroine isn't the only Alice to take fantastical journeys. Case in point: the titular protagonist of GameStylus's newly-released mobile exclusive Alice and the Magical Islands. 

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Jan

There's always more than meets the eye going on in those small, seemingly idyllic towns – something that only ever comes to light with a tragedy and the arrival of a stranger. Such is the case with the town of Pineview in Frostwood Interactive's upcoming Rainswept.

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Jan

Being a cop is a dangerous job, so a chicken is probably not the first trait that comes to mind when considering those serving on the force. Yet that's exactly what we're going to get – quite literally – when indie Hungarian studio The Wild Gentemen (formely King Fox Games) finishes work on its upcoming "buddy cop noir adventure" called Chicken Police.

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