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Humble Weekly Sale gets adventurous with Jack Keane, Edna and Harvey

Humble Bundle's latest Humble Weekly Sale is aimed squarely at fans of point-and-click adventure games, offering up a bounty of twelve genre favorites from The Adventure Company and Daedalic Entertainment. All buyers receive downloadable copies of The Adventure Company's Dead Reefs, A...

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San Francisco beatnik crime hits Steam on March 11 in 1954: Alcatraz

1954: Alcatraz is a gritty, San Francisco-based point-and-click adventure about crime, doing time and the dark side of mid-century American perfection. It's due out for PC on March 11 for $20 on Steam and GOG, published by adventure game veteran Daedalic Entertainment and developed by Irresponsible...

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Year Walk's eerie Swedish scares creep onto Steam March 6

Swedish developer Simogo - they of Device 6 fame - have announced a release date for the PC incarnation of the spooky Year Walk: March 6. Originally released to iOS in February of 2013, Year Walk is a puzzle game focused on an old, bizarre Swedish folktale. As with all Simogo games, playing...

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Snatcher devs reunite for steampunk adventure Blackmore

Watching the Kickstarter pitch video for steampunk-themed adventure game Blackmore is like watching your favorite band get back together - if your favorite song by said band was the cyberpunk adventure game Snatcher, that is. Jeremy Blaustein, localizer for Snatcher, Metal Gear Solid and the...

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Nevermind: a biofeedback horror game for your mental health

In horror-adventure game Nevermind, your performance is influenced by your emotional state. Nevermind is built on biofeedback technology: You hook up a heart-rate monitor and play, becoming more unhinged by the PC game's subject matter, after which tasks and scenarios immediately ramp up in...

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Daedalic schedules Randal's Monday to right its wrongs in Q3 2014

When someone wakes up with a hangover, you'd expect them to hydrate, take aspirin or rest up to get through the day, right? We don't consider selling a friend's engagement ring par for the Regretting Booze course, but apparently Randal does. In Randal's Monday, this choice results in his friend...

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Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse submitted to Apple

The first episode of two-parter Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse should be available soon on iOS. Developer Revolution Software says it has submitted the final build to Apple and is awaiting approval. Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse made its debut on Steam back in December. The game is...

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Broken Age Act 1 now available, have a launch trailer

The first half of Broken Age, the latest adventure from Grim Fandango designer Tim Schafer and his crew at Double Fine Productions, is now available to the general public. As Ludwig points out in our review of Broken Age Act 1, the game is clearly the offspring of the classic point-and-click...

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Divinity: Original Sin now on Steam Early Access

After drawing in more than $900,000 on Kickstarter, Larian Studios' prequel to Divine Divinity, Divinity: Original Sin, is ready for a bit of open-world questing on PCs via Early Access. While buying in will grant you the full game once it's finished, Divinity's Early Access page estimates the...

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Sherlock Holmes adventures dev bringing Call of Cthulhu to PC, next-gen

Frogwares announced the development of a Call of Cthulhu game today for PC and next-gen systems, presumably Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Published by Focus Home Interactive, Call of Cthulhu is based on the tabletop RPGs that are themselves rooted in the 1928 novel by H.P. Lovecraft. The developer...

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