Adventure

  • Adventure Pick: A Golden Wake (Grundislav Games, Wadjet Eye Games)

    Published at IndieGames.com - 9 readers

    Recent Posts Adventure Pick: A Golden Wake (Grundislav Games, Wadjet Eye Games) -October 13, 2014 2:30 AM Preview: Soup tycoon survival sandbox Nom Nom Galaxy -October 11, 2014 7:00 AM Free Steam keys for Ethan: Meteor Hunter, The Bridge, Fist of Awesome -October 10, 2014 6:32 PM Team Indie released for Windows and Mac -October 10, 2014 5:30 AM Horror Pick: Silence of the Sleep (Jesse Makk.

  • Wot I Think: Gabriel Knight 20th Anniversary

    Published at Rock, Paper, Shotgun - 10 readers

    By Richard Cobbett on October 15th, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Well, 21st Anniversary really, but who’s counting? Gabriel Knight 20th Anniversary Edition is a chance to return to 1993 to re-experience the Schattenjager’s first case, but has it stood the test of time? Note to anyone who hasn’t played it, this is mostly going to be looking at the game as a remake rather than as a brand new adventure.

  • Gabriel Knight Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition Released

    IndieGames.com - - 9 readers - The original Gabriel Knight, Sins of the Fathers, remains one of the very best and most atmospheric adventure games ever crafted and a definitive point-and-click experience. Happily, designer Jane Jensen, composer Robert Holmes, Phoenix Online and Pinkerton Road teamed up to create a proper, ful ...
  • Freeware Garden: Line Crossing

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 5 readers - By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on October 24th, 2014 at 11:00 am. Afra, the wonderfully pixelated protagonist of Line Crossing, has found herself on a mysterious train. One I’d also have absolutely no qualms calling beautiful. What’s more, Afra has simultaneously found herself starring in a very simple adventure game (of sorts) that seems to prefer focusing on exploration than ...
  • Wot I Think: A Golden Wake

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 4 readers - By John Walker on October 9th, 2014 at 1:00 pm. There’s something I wish I’d known as I began playing retro point and click adventure A Golden Wake. I wish I’d known that it was, in large parts, a true story. The reason I didn’t know this was because it began with a statement explaining that despite its historical setting, the characters and events were fictional.
  • Qora, the side-scrolling adventure previously known as Spirit, is out now

    IndieGames.com - - 3 readers - Recent Posts Qora, the side-scrolling adventure previously known as Spirit, is out now -October 4, 2014 8:41 PM Review: Fat Beets blends rhythm and puzzle mechanics into something unique -October 4, 2014 4:45 AM Kickstarter Pick: sci-fi platformer Beyond Human is heavy on atmosphere -October 3, 2014 7:15 PM Free keys for Gunhound EX, Explodemon, A Wizard's Lizard -October 3, 2014 2:35 PM L.

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  • Scare-Up: Home

    … It’s that time of the year again and we’ve already been busy playing some horrors. Kim and I joined Joel and Tim for a night playing scary video games in Bristol, UK starting with this unique title by Benjamin Rivers called Home. Home is a horror game set in a pixelated world with a twist to the traditional murder mystery story, where…

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  • Dreamfall Chapters Review – Bedtime Story

    … the game. “If you haven't played the first installment, Chapters probably won't be the best place to start off” If you haven’t played the first installment, Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, then Chapters probably won’t be the best place to start off with. Whilst returning fans will find something to like here, Dreamfall Chapters still comes as a cautious recommendation. The article Dreamfall Chapters Review – Bedtime Story belongs to Worlds Factory. …

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  • Freeware Garden: Line Crossing

    … to prefer focusing on exploration than more traditional puzzles. It starts when day suddenly turns into night. Now you have to help her go through the train and run into a menagerie of wonderfully weird creatures, situations and images. There’s a ton of fun to be had via the game’s exploration bits too as more or less anything can happen. Well, anything…

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  • 1001 Reviews: The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

    … The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap is the twelfth instalment in The Legend of Zelda series. When the evil mage Vaati shatters the sacred Picori blade, unleashes monsters on the land and turns Princess Zelda to stone, it’s up to blacksmith apprentice and budding hero Link to put on the green tights once again and save the world. ROUND-UP: Publisher…

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  • Freeware Garden: The Deepest Sleep

    … By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on October 22nd, 2014 at 11:30 am. The Deepest Sleep is a first person, horror point-and-click adventure; the last installment in a trilogy of adventures involving sleeping rather deeply. Happily, never having played its two prequels didn’t spoil my enjoyment. The Deepest Sleep has you diving deep into your…

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  • 1001 Future: Styx: Master of Shadows

    … Styx: Master of Shadows is a fantasy-stealth game developed by Cyanide Studio. It’s a prequel to Of Orcs and Men, exploring the origin of the master thief and assassin Goblin Styx. ROUND-UP Publisher: Focus Home Interactive Developer: Cyanide Studios Release: October 2014 Platforms Available: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One Platforms Reviewed: PC…

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  • Ready, Steady, Poe: The Last Door

    … By Adam Smith on October 21st, 2014 at 8:00 am. The Last Door is a neat point and click horror game that flirts with Lovecraftian cosmic horror but is in a long-term relationship with the weird fiction of Edgar Allan Poe. Released episodically, it has just entered its second season, following a four chapter debut, and despite a couple…

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  • Close-Up: A Light in Chorus

    … If there was an award for the prettiest game at EGX 2014, it definitely would have been awarded to A Light in Chorus. We reached out to developers Eliott Johnson and Matthew Warshaw, who kindly took the time to answer our questions on this beautiful exploration title. You know those moments, where you walk past a game that someone’s playing…

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  • Far Cry 4 Season Pass detailed

    … the hostile lands of Pagan Min’s Kyrat. Hurk Deluxe Pack – Five missions, playable in single-player and co-op, including Yak Farm, Blood Ruby and Hurk’s Redemption are available. Access an arsenal of new weapons including a harpoon gun for Hurk. Overrun – Team up as Rakshasa or Golden Path in this PvP mode and control a series of neutral…

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  • The Lego Movie Videogame out on Mac!

    … The Lego Movie Videogame out on Mac! October 18, 2014 By Ric Molina Leave a Comment Mac porting company Feral Interactive is keeping itself busy. After releasing Grid 2 a few weeks ago and Total War: Shogun 2 some weeks before that, they just released The Lego Movie Videogame for the Mac on October 16. Developed by TT Games and published…

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  • Wot I Think: Gabriel Knight 20th Anniversary

    … By Richard Cobbett on October 15th, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Well, 21st Anniversary really, but who’s counting? Gabriel Knight 20th Anniversary Edition is a chance to return to 1993 to re-experience the Schattenjager’s first case, but has it stood the test of time? Note to anyone who hasn’t played it, this is mostly going to be looking at the game…

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