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  • Madrid-based studio Protocol Games continues development of its survival horror game despite some rough patches
    There is something to be said for intestinal fortitude. Here's a bit of history... Song of Horror
    11/09/17 | News | by Karla Munger
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  • You didn't think it was over, did you?
    Beginning tomorrow, November 9th, players who own Syberia 3 will have access to free DLC representin
    11/08/17 | News | by Karla Munger
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  • A nicely done British point-and-click ghost story
    Genre: Point-and-Click Ghost StoryRelease date: September 22, 2016  Barrow Hill is a
    11/06/17 | News | by Bob Washburne
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  • One is the loneliest number as you embark on a solo trip through space in K’NOSSOS – a sci-fi adventure that will focus on story and atmosphere
    Svarun Entertainment has released an alpha demo and launched a Kickstarter Campaign for their curr
    11/03/17 | News | by Cindy Kyser
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  • The point-and-click adventure, originally released in 2000, is getting a facelift
    Visit the Kickstarter page  Remember Riddle of the Sphinx, the prerendered 3D point-and-clic
    11/03/17 | News | by Karla Munger
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  • Jeffry Houser takes us on a trip to the past as he shares his opinion of this 2006 release
     Note: Game released 2006; review originally published July 18, 2014  The Broken Sword se
    11/03/17 | News | by Jeffry Houser
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  • Shiver could have used more: more narrative development, more attention to themes, more gameplay, more cohesion. But the developers at Kowai Sugoi Studios show promise, and I think they will deliver more in future endeavors.
    Genre: Point-and-Click Horror AdventureRelease date: October 25, 2017 October seems to de
    10/30/17 | News | by Bailey James
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  • For those with a heart for thoughtful discovery and an appreciation of unique art and music, this game is a must-play
    Genre: First-Person AdventureRelease date: October 2, 2017Platforms: Windows When Art and
    10/30/17 | News | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Two mundane (i.e., non-magical) teenagers from Earth, Dug (male) and Kim (female) are drawn into Xanth to compete in a game for a mysterious Prize. Neither knows what the Prize is, except that it's supposed to be something very good.
    Game was released in 1993Date review was originally published: Unknown The Xanth books by
    10/26/17 | News | by Bobbi Carlini
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  • Unless you want to be preached to about the evils of power and wealth, I’d skip this one
    Genre: Dystopic Cyberpunk Adventure Release date: September 19, 2017 Neofeud is
    10/24/17 | News | by Jeffry Houser
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  • In spite of my disappointment with the attention given to the music, sounds, and voice acting in Aztec, this is a very good game that everyone should enjoy. The strengths provided by an engrossing story line, excellent graphics, and integrated, logical puzzles far outweigh any criticisms
    Release Date: December 1999 This review was originally published in 1999 as well. The year is 1517.
    10/19/17 | News | by Tom Houston
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  • Visit a lost island on a faraway moon and go treasure-hunting in ancient ruins in a game that's part of The Black Cube series
    Visit the Kickstarter page  RealMYHA is a full 3D remake of MYHA, a free first-person
    10/15/17 | News | by Karla Munger
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  • Having hit some snags -- including changing developers after production had started -- it looks as though the horror RPG is on track for a late-2017/early-2018 release
    More info: Call of Cthulhu Returns With New Developer in Tow - November 30, 2016  Devel
    10/13/17 | News | by Karla Munger
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  • NTRODUCTION: A mysterious museum. Elegant puzzles. Doesn't exactly sound revolutionary, does it? So is THE CASSANDRA GALLERIES worth your time? Actually, yes. . .
    Note: This review was originally published June 18, 2002 INTRODUCTION: A mysterious museum. Elegant
    10/12/17 | News | by Ray Ivey
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  • Here we have a game that strives to raise awareness about depression
    Polish publisher Fat Dog Games has released a gameplay trailer for Pigmentum Game Studio's Indygo,
    10/10/17 | News | by Karla Munger
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  • Observer is currently the closest, most-realized cyberpunk adventure game I’ve played since the original 1997 Blade Runner, and its a game I will certainly return to again
    Genre: Cyberpunk HorrorRelease date: August 15, 2017 Unfortunately - or maybe rather fortunate
    10/06/17 | News | by Randall Rigdon
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  • Team up with the Hardy Boys as you reason through riddles, sort through suspects and tackle a centuries-old mystery
    Genre: Adventure/MysteryRelease Date: October 2005Platform: PCNote: This review was originally publi
    10/05/17 | News | by Ryan Casey
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  • The campaign will be announced shortly; meanwhile, read the latest edition of the Trüberbrook Tribune
    More info:Discover a Truly Distinctive Game World and Visual Style in Trüberbrook - September
    10/04/17 | News | by Karla Munger
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  • Bob and Thomas explore the world of gaming and the development of Sole
    Note: Published as submitted On September 5, 2017 I was able to meet for a couple of hours with Tho
    10/03/17 | News | by Bob Washburne
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  • The action-adventure RPG Bloom: Memories from Studio Fawn has changed course since its inception
    I first covered Bloom: Memories in 2013. At that time, both Kickstarter and Greenlight campai
    10/02/17 | News | by Karla Munger
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  • Tanais continues to move towards the finish line, one step at a time
    More info:Tanais Games Announces a Change from 2D to 2.5D for the Psychological Horror Game Saint Ko
    10/01/17 | News | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Bob's October update of Crowdfunding Corner. See the latest campaigns, and review the table of all "classic" adventure games that have used Kickstarter and Indiegogo, along with their status.
    Greetings and welcome to the world of crowdfunding. If you're new to crowdfunding and aren't entire
    10/01/17 | News | by Bob Washburne
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  • My journey through Trackless was most enjoyable and I’d recommend it to gamers with a heart for text adventures
    Genre: Graphic Text AdventureRelease date: September 12, 2017 Patience is a Virtue &
    09/30/17 | News | by Cindy Kyser
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  • This atmospheric point-and-click puzzle-horror adventure will be Kowai Sugoi Studios' first commercial release
    Last year, Alberta-based Kowai Sugoi Studios released short puzzle-horror game called Cozy --
    09/30/17 | News | by Karla Munger
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  • An old-school dungeon crawling game inspired by Dungeon Master, Eye of the Beholder and Ultima Underworld.
    Genre: RPGRelease date: April 2012Platform: PC Note: Review was first published July 16, 2012
    09/28/17 | News | by Bob Washburne
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  • German indie developer btf, "a former collective of art students from Cologne and Berlin," is fashioning a point-and-click sci-fi mystery adventure with mood and atmosphere inspired by The X-Files, Twin Peaks and True Detective
    Trüberbrook (the game) is set in rural West Germany in the late 1960s. Trüberbrook (the villag
    09/25/17 | News | by Karla Munger
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  • West of Loathing features Asymmetric’s characteristic stick figure art, a monochromatic world and incredibly clever humor. It is, without a doubt, one of the most enjoyable RPGs I have ever played.
    Genre: Single Player, 2D RPG Release date: August 10, 2017 Beyond the Kingdom  
    09/24/17 | News | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Despite repetitive gameplay, Peregrin is still a delightful adventure. The story, soundtrack, and artwork come together in a wonderful way.
    Genre: Point-and-Click AdventureRelease date: August  8, 2017Platforms: Windows, Mac
    09/21/17 | News | by Cindy Kyser
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  • The story of Azrael's Tear revolves around props far from unusual in adventure games: the Holy Grail, the Knights Templar, secret conspiracies to rule the world. These all are almost clichés. But like other good games (Gabriel Knight 3 comes to mind), Azrael's Tear manages to explain them with unexpected twists
    Note: This review was originally published April 9, 2002 Azrael's Tear is perhaps one of the cooles
    09/21/17 | News | by Michal Necasek
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  • This Kickstarter-backed sci-fi mystery is described by developer No Wand Studios as Firewatch (Campo Santo) meets the film Moon (Duncan Jones)
    More info:Sci-Fi Mystery Adventure The Fall of Lazarus Has Been Greenlit - March 22, 2017 
    09/20/17 | News | by Karla Munger
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