The Next BIG Thing teases more oldschool adventuring - destructoid

The Next BIG Thing teases more oldschool adventuring

2:20 PM on 01.20.2011


Lookey here, a teaser for an upcoming adventure game! The Next BIG Thing is by the Spanish guys who brought you the Runaway trilogy of point-and-click adventures. It has a Golden Age of Hollywood vibe to it, and will feature lots of references to "popular movies and TV shows." If there is a Miles/Sawyer buddy cop subplot, count me in.

Did any of you play the Runaway games which apparently sold a million copies? Were the puzzles really that illogical and frustrating? Either way, let's hope this will fill your adventure cravings inbetween Telltale episodes.

The game is scheduled for an April 2011 release on both PC and Mac.


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