Point And Click

    • Wadjet Eye Games teases their upcoming game, Technobabylon, for PC

      Wadjet Eye Games teases their upcoming game, Technobabylon, for PC The year 2087 is upon us… yep, you heard me. Today Wadjet Eye Games is officially announcing Technobabylon, their next upcoming game in partnership with indie developer Technocrat. This retro-style, point & click adventure will release for PC in Spring 2015, with Mac and Linux also in the works.

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  • Freeware Garden: Goat Herd and the Gods

    … By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on December 19th, 2014 at 11:00 am. Over their long, illustrious history point-and-click adventures have starred everything from wannabe pirates and odd teenagers to private investigators and obnoxious wizards, but never a goat herder. Happily, the aptly named Goat Herd and the Gods has just been released to right…

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  • Freeware Garden: A Date In The Park

    …, this relatively short adventure game does come from the creators of Mudlarks and thus both a decent amount of strangeness and some ’90s styled digitised graphics are to be expected. Preparing to meet the beautiful Catarina, the girl you met and fell in love with only last night, in order to spend a day frolicking in her favourite park, doesn’t…

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  • Freeware Garden: Petrichor

    … By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on December 8th, 2014 at 11:00 am. Éric Chahi’s Another World did many things right, but what I believe it really excelled at was conveying the feeling that you were somewhere drastically different. Somewhere otherworldly yet also sensible and at times familiar and this is the exact same sensation Sundae Month’s…

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  • Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition (PC) Review

    … Knight sets out to find out as much as he can about these murders, and who is committing them. I don’t really have any complaints about the gameplay, and I can’t honestly criticize it because I’ve never liked point-and-click adventure logic. It’s still fun and rewarding in it’s own way though, and I definitely can appreciate it, I’m just not really…

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  • Freeware Garden: Atticus

    … By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on November 14th, 2014 at 11:00 am. Among the 50 games of the Asylum Jam there was only one point-and-click adventure that grabbed me and didn’t let go until I finished it. It was Atticus. A sleek, browser-based adventure of medium length, excellent hand-drawn visuals and a spooky premise. In Atticus you play…

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  • Freeware Garden: Mudlarks

    … By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on November 6th, 2014 at 11:00 am. Regular nine to five office jobs, well, those that still exist, have never been good enough for Winston. He always wanted to be a mudlarker and, thus, he took it up as a hobby and promptly became the star of Mudlarks. A lovely point-and-click adventure game about mudlarkers larking…

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  • Freeware Garden: Psyche E

    … for a handy inventory item — the burden, that is, not the foot. So, in a nutshell, if you are looking for a few good laughs, you’ll probably love this. I know I do. I even love its fart jokes and noises and am in awe of its ending; it’s one of the silliest ever conceived. Just keep in mind that Psyche E could be considered NSFW in certain places, though definitely not if you are writing for Rock Paper Shotgun in your underpants in your home. …

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  • A Golden Wake Gets a Downloadable Demo

    … Twenties: a bygone era of glitz, glamour, and promise. Nowhere is this more apparent than Coral Gables, Florida. The real estate market is booming and even an ordinary guy like Alfie Banks has a chance to strike it rich. But with the mob on his back, the Great Depression on the horizon, and the Sunshine State’s idyllic waterfront only…

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  • Freeware Garden: Donald Dowell

    … create a game as big and polished as Donald Dowell and the Ghost of Barker Manor and just give it away? Well, I frankly do not know, but my theories do tend to cover everything from “some people are rich” to “art is not about money” and I’ve decided I won’t care about such things anymore; they are far too mind-bogling. I’ll just enjoy those…

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  • Freeware Garden: Comedy Quest

    … If it weren’t for the obviously spoileriffic title, I’d have loved to present you with a riddle. A riddle that’d probably go a bit like this: “What looks like an early Sierra adventure, plays like a late Sierra adventure, smells a bit of Lucasarts and does stand up comedy?” I am certain that nobody would have cried “Comedy Quest!” to that and that’d be sad. Hence, this post’s title and, frankly, this very post itself. Now, you see, you know. … [visit site to read more] …

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  • Freeware Garden: Nekra Psaria

    … Nekra Psaria means “dead fish” in Greek, which, frankly and regardless of language doesn’t conjure up the best of images. Not that fish or death can ever be avoided, mind you, but escape-the-room browser games used to come with way cuter names back when the internet was young. … [visit site to read more…

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  • REVIEW / Gods Will Be Watching (PC)

    Gods Will Be Watching is a game so challenging, the developers had to release a patch dubbed the “Mercy Update” to make it easier. I had this game for weeks and could never get past the first challenge. This game was ridiculous. However, the Mercy Update, released earlier this week, made the game a much more pleasant (and playable) experience.

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  • Freeware Garden: Bickadoodle

    … Freeware Garden searches the corners of the internet to highlight one free game every day. Bickadoodle starts off with an apparently distressed damsel waiting in her tower for a knight to come and do knightly stuff of the typical light fantasy variety. Like, for example, serenade her. Or maybe kill the threatening dragon who has irritatingly…

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  • The Blackwell Epiphany is ” the ideal Point and Click adventure”

    … PLATFORMS: PC PUBLISHER(S): Wadjet Eye Games DEVELOPER(S): Wadjet Eye Games GENRE: Point and Click Adventure game RELEASE DATE: Out now PRICE: $14.99 The ‘point and click’ genre is probably alien to most ‘core gamers’ these days. Indeed, many might assiduously say that ‘COD’ is a ‘point and click‘ game. ‘The Blackwell [...] The post The Blackwell Epiphany is ” the ideal Point and Click adventure” appeared first on The Outerhaven. …

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