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Adventures made in Germany: “The Book of Unwritten Tales 2” (PC)

Does KING Art Games’ Kickstarter-funded adventure game The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 tread new ground in the point-and-click genre or is it just another succession of mildly amusing scenes and good puzzles? The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (PC) … Continue reading

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Kickstarter adventures: “Dropsy” (PC)

Kickstarter can bring out the weirdest, but also most wonderful games, and nothing fits this description better than A Jolly Corpse‘s and Tendershoot (Jay Tholen)‘s hugventure Dropsy. Dropsy (PC) (USA 2015, developers: A Jolly Corpse/Tendershoot (Jay Tholen), publisher: Devolver Digital, … Continue reading

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Indie adventures: “Technobabylon” (PC)

Cyberpunk stories aren’t new in the adventure game genre, and the retro pixel look isn’t, either. So does Technocrat Games‘ Technobabylon have different qualities to make it stand apart and fit in the Wadjet Eye Games indie catalog? Technobabylon (PC) … Continue reading

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Halloween 2015 Gaming Special, Day 5: “Fran Bow” (PC)

Classic point-and-click adventure games tend to say little but with many words, even with indies. But Swedish developer Killmonday Games‘ Fran Bow shows that the genre can still tell great stories for a mature audience without compromising puzzle design. What … Continue reading

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Indie adventures: “A Golden Wake” (PC)

Wadjet Eye Games doesn’t only develop interesting games, but also publish them, in this case a unique blend of point-and-click adventure with historical background and real-life characters in the form of Grundislav Games’ Roaring Twenties drama A Golden Wake. A … Continue reading

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