Seven Reasons Fahrenheit Is One Of The Finest Adventure Games Ever

Recently remastered in HD for PC and iOS, Quantic Dream's Fahrenheit (Indigo Prophecy in the States) set the standard for cinematic adventure games years before Heavy Rain and Beyond Two Souls came along. Want to know why? » 2/16/15 1:00pm 2/16/15 1:00pm

You can now play a very, very early version of Return of the Obra Dinn, the upcoming first-person mystery adventure game from the creator of Papers, Please. You cannot save your game, and there are no menus at all, but you can at least check out the (pretty cool) visual style for yourself. » 10/22/14 7:00am 10/22/14 7:00am

A Murder Mystery Where You're Already Dead

Yes, you're dead, and you're trying to figure out the identity of your killer. You're a murder victim in an adventure game that looks just like Earthbound. » 10/07/14 6:00am 10/07/14 6:00am

A Toy Story-Like Survival Game Where You're a Keychain Ninja

Classic Adventure Shadowgate Has Come A Long Way Since 1987

Shadowgate started life in 1987 as a point-and click adventure game for the Apple Macintosh. This summer Shadowgate is reborn for the PC, Mac, iOS and Android, and it looks so lovely. » 5/06/14 4:11pm 5/06/14 4:11pm

Two Guys Made This Blade Runner-Styled Adventure In 6 Days

YouTuber ThingsWePlay takes us through The Last Night, the overall winner of the 2014 Cyberpunk Game Jam. It's a pretty simple game, but the amount of art that they made for the game is impressive, and looks great. » 3/25/14 12:00pm 3/25/14 12:00pm

It's a White Christmas for Android gamers, as adventure classic Syberia hits Google Play. Already available on iOS and PC, Benoît Sokal's snowy, character-driven masterpiece can now be had on Android for a mere $4.99. You aren't an adventure game fan until you've played it. » 12/20/13 1:05pm 12/20/13 1:05pm

The Ultimate 'Round The World' Gaming Tour For A Mere $9,000

Got a long vacation coming up? Have a spare $9,000? UK travel agency Sta and Game have put together a 14-stop 'Round the World' tour that takes gamers to London, Tokyo, Phuket, Boston and beyond. » 11/11/13 4:18pm 11/11/13 4:18pm

A Game Where You're In Jail. Suspected Of Murder. Oh, And Pregnant.

It's always nice to play an adventure game that's not set in a fantasy kingdom, gritty sci-fi future or cartoon world. Though, actually, I'm not sure "nice" is the right word to use when it comes to 9 Months In. » 7/25/13 3:00am 7/25/13 3:00am

Play Google's Roswell Alien Doodle Before The Government Cover-Up

Sixty-six years ago today the Roswell, New Mexico Daily Record stunned the country with one of the finest examples of a sensationalist headline this side of... well, nevermind that. "RAAF Captures Flying Saucer On Ranch In Roswell Region," was a joke, a sham, a goof, and certainly not proof of aliens landing on U.S.… » 7/08/13 8:30pm 7/08/13 8:30pm

Get A First Look At Broken Age, Double Fine's New Adventure Game, In…

Given a name over the weekend, Broken Age, the end result of a record-breaking Kickstarter effort run by Tim Schafer's Double Fine, now has some gameplay footage. » 3/25/13 9:21pm 3/25/13 9:21pm

The Most Beautiful Cartoon-Style Adventure Games

After LucasArts' brilliant 1993 game Day of the Tentacle, cartoon-style point-and-click adventure games slowly became their own sub-genre. Although the genre has had its ups and downs, these games are still around: Think Gemini Rue or the new Broken Sword. » 3/21/13 9:00pm 3/21/13 9:00pm

Every One of Us is Dead at the Beginning of The Silent Age

Plenty of video games have toyed with a desolate future in which an extinction level event has wiped humanity from the face of the Earth. The Silent Age isn't about the future. It's about right now. Bang, you're dead. » 3/04/13 11:30am 3/04/13 11:30am

In Fear I Trust Is a Game I Don't Want to Know About

What I know about In Fear I Trust: It's developed by Turn Me Up Games in conjunction with Black Wing Foundation. It's built on Unreal Engine 3, and looks wonderfully creepy. It's an episodic psychological thriller set in 1979, and the first three of ten episodes are due out this spring for iOS. It's got puzzles.… » 2/22/13 9:55am 2/22/13 9:55am

Fantastic Caribbean Adventure The Journey Down Makes Sweet Music on iOS

Skygoblin's lovingly handcrafted point-and-click adventure The Journey Down hasn't been ported to the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. No, it just sort of wandered in, bobbing its head to some sexy jazzy reggae, and made itself right at home. » 12/19/12 9:55am 12/19/12 9:55am

Hollywood Monsters is The Next Big Thing on iOS

No, that's not hype. Released last year on PC under the title The Next Big Thing, Hollywood Monsters is a hilarious adventure game from the creators of Runaway, and its coming to your iDevices December 6. » 11/27/12 10:55am 11/27/12 10:55am

Ruby Blast Adds a Heaping Helping of Adventure

Ruby Blast, Zynga's color-matching game that started life as a shameless clone of Bejeweled's Diamond Mine mode, has transformed itself into a shameless Diamond Mine clone with a difference, adding an extensive adventure mode on top of its regularly scheduled weekly tournaments. » 10/25/12 2:55pm 10/25/12 2:55pm

An Extremely Clever Way to Revisit a Ten-Year-Old Adventure Classic

Runaway: A Road Adventure is a classic point-and-click adventure game from 2001, one of the most beloved games in the genre. For its (slightly late) tenth anniversary, developer Pendulo Studios delivers a retelling of the tale through the eyes of its love-struck heroes, years after the flames of passion have died. » 10/18/12 10:55am 10/18/12 10:55am

Is the Star of Harvey's New Eyes a Harmless Little Girl or Deranged…

Lilli is a soft-spoken orphan that does as she's told. It's not her fault that the tasks given her by her friend Edna and the cruel Mother Superior result in the horrible death of nearly everyone she knows.

Released today on Steam, Daedalic Entertainment's point-and-click adventure game Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New… » 10/17/12 4:00pm 10/17/12 4:00pm