According to the official calendar of shady holidays, today is Appreciate a Dragon Day, the one day a year when we can all stop, picture a dragon in our heads and nod appreciatively. Which video game dragon do you appreciate the most?
Feeling seasick? Don’t worry, Finn Asdair and the brave men and women of generic country’s Coast Guard are here to help. This bold new $19.99 simulation adventure on Steam is bold, new, $19.99 and on Steam. For more than that, watch me play.
What happens when the creators of two of the most beloved games of yore, Earthworm Jim and The Neverhood, join forces to fight crime? I don’t know, but they’ve made a lovely game together.
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?
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.
According to the devs, it's Resident Evil meets Prince of Persia, starring a keychain ninja plushie. Sounds nice! Looks nice, too.
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.
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.
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.
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.…
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.
Full motion video-powered ambassadors of the CD-ROM era The 7th Guest and The 11th Hour are getting a sequel. Weird.
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.
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.…
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.
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.