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Review: Gomo photo
Review: Gomo
by Alasdair Duncan

Gomo had a bad dream in which his precious pooch Dingo was kidnapped by an evil force. When he wakes up, he finds that his dog has actually been stolen by an advanced alien race who want Gomo to steal a rare crystal from a nearby mine and trade it for his dog's life.

Gomo is a fairly simple, point-'n'-click adventure game that's loaded with quirky charm but the difficulty level is pitched between very easy and mildly challenging. 

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9:00 AM on 12.07.2013

Wil Wheaton joins the cast of Double Fine's Broken Age

The man who has forever cast a dark stigma on my name, Wil Wheaton, has joined the cast of Double Fine's upcoming point-and-click adventure game Broken Age. Picking up the axe as Cutis the Lumberjack, a character brought bac...

Wesley Ruscher

6:00 PM on 12.03.2013

Isometric sci-fi horror game Stasis funded on Kickstarter

With three days remaining in its crowdfunding campaign, Stasis has raised the necessary $100,000 to move forward on Kickstarter. I had completely missed this Windows / Mac project until today, which I feel bad about, now that...

Jordan Devore

6:00 PM on 11.26.2013

Here are some screenshots and a trailer for Moebius

I've remarked before about how the adventure game genre didn't necessarily need an injection of life but it's no surprise that Kickstarter definitely attracted big names to return to the genre. Moebius is the return to the a...

Alasdair Duncan



Review: The Shivah - Kosher Edition photo
Review: The Shivah - Kosher Edition
by Alasdair Duncan

Whilst Kickstarter has been abuzz in the last year or so seemingly reviving the point-'n-click adventure genre, Wadjet Eye Games has been quietly and successfully putting out quality adventure games for a number of years now as a publisher and developer. Gemini Rue, Resonance, Primordia, and the Blackwell franchise are its most well-known titles but the studio kicked things off in 2006 with The Shivah.

Now seven years later, the game has been re-released with updated graphics and new music; it's definitely interesting to go back and see the company's first game but is The Shivah: Kosher Edition worth playing in 2013?

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4:30 PM on 11.18.2013

Wadjet Eye's debut The Shivah get's a re-release

Despite enjoying the recent Wadjet Eye Games adventure titles, like Gemeni Rue and Resonance, I didn't know anything about the studio's first game The Shivah until now. First released in 2006, the game is being remastered an...

Alasdair Duncan

6:00 PM on 11.14.2013

Shadowgate appears on Steam Greenlight

It looks like Zojoi's upcoming Shadowgate reimagining is shaping up to be something real special. It's not every day you see a true point-and-click adventure, and certainly not one that looks as pretty as this. At the helm o...

Audun Sorlie

6:30 PM on 11.04.2013

Pendleton Ward joins the voice cast of Broken Age

Hot off the heels of Day of the Devs, a video was posted on Double Fine's YouTube account today announcing -- and showing proof! -- that Pendleton Ward (best known as the creator of Adventure Time) will be lending his v...

Brett Zeidler

6:00 PM on 07.23.2013

Steam who? Kentucky Route Zero half off for 48 hours

Kentucky Route Zero was an option during one of the Summer Steam Sale's "Community Choice" sales, but did you guys choose it? NO! Everyone picked freaking Dragon's Lair. Seriously? Dragon's Lair. What the heck, everyone ...

Patrick Hancock

6:00 PM on 06.27.2013

Armikrog funded, Wii U stretch goal achieved

With four days to go, and a little more than $250,000 needed to reach $900,000, it wasn't looking too favorable for the Armikrog Kickstarter to reach its funding goal. On top of that, announcing a stretch goal of $950,000 for...

Wesley Ruscher

1:00 AM on 06.26.2013

Trailer for mythic adventure game Memoria looks gorgeous

Memoria looks beautiful so it makes sense it comes from Daedalic Entertainment. Its recently released point-click adventure The Night of the Rabbit was absolutely beautiful and, according to our resident adventure game afici...

Steven Hansen

8:00 PM on 06.25.2013

The Beard in the Mirror is a classic point-and-click game

If you mention facial hair as part of your game title, then you've got my interest. If it is an old-school point-and-click adventure game, then it's definitely up my alley. The Beard in the Mirror from Paul and Lizo Fra...

Alasdair Duncan





6:00 PM on 06.24.2013

St. Christopher's is in lockdown in a new adventure game

If you're going to attract people to backing your Kickstarter for an adventure game, then promising "no meaningless fetch quests, no mazes and no pixel hunts" is a good way to do it. The St. Christopher's School Lockdow...

Alasdair Duncan

11:00 AM on 06.23.2013

Armikrog officially announced for Wii U

Armikrog, touted as the "spiritual successor" to the classic claymation adventure The Neverhood, has announced its first Kickstarter stretch goal that, if reached, will bring the game to the Wii U eShop. For those who've alre...

Wesley Ruscher



Review: Kentucky Route Zero Episode 2 photo
Review: Kentucky Route Zero Episode 2
by Patrick Hancock

[This review contains some minor spoilers from earlier episodes.]

The first episode of Kentucky Route Zero absolutely blew me away. Beautiful art mixed with the "I'm not really sure what's happening" atmosphere made for an unforgettable experience. The first episode was short, only worsened by the fact that it raised approximately one kajillion questions and answered none of them.

Episode 2 isn't looking to answer any questions either, but instead ramps up the weirdness to new levels. With that weirdness, however, comes an exciting sense of wonder as new spectacles -- the likes of which I didn't know were even possible in-engine -- unfold on the computer screen.

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3:00 PM on 06.02.2013

Kentucky Route Zero Episode 2 is out now

The surreal point-and-click adventure Kentucky Route Zero has finally released its second episode, after a few delays. Originally it was set to release in April, but then it was pushed back into May. It technically ...

Patrick Hancock