Posts Tagged ‘adventure game’

Freeware Garden: Bickadoodle

By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on August 8th, 2014.

Freeware Garden searches the corners of the internet to highlight one free game every day.

Bickadoodle starts off with an apparently distressed damsel waiting in her tower for a knight to come and do knightly stuff of the typical light fantasy variety. Like, for example, serenade her. Or maybe kill the threatening dragon who has irritatingly just dropped by and seems intent on destroying a perfectly adequate romantic evening and a perfectly comfortable trope.

Instead of kidnapping the good lady though, the beast slightly burns the knight and flies him to its lair, thus, refreshingly, leaving her to face insurmountable odds, save the realm and free the armored brute in the only way known to sensible people: by pointing and clicking on things.

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Harassing Ford: Han Solo Adventures

By Alec Meer on April 11th, 2012.

You love him. He knows.

The trademark infringement is strong with this one. Still, the Lucas Empire has been relatively forgiving of fan projects based upon its galaxy far, far over-monetised, so perhaps this here Han Solo Adventures will avoid a Carboniting so long as it remains a not-for-profit endeavour.

Not only does this star Star Wars’ most criminally (but also mercifully, as he retains mystique for it) under-served character, Mr Han Solo, but it places him in a recreation of the old Lucasarts SCUMM-engine point and click adventures.
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Stumbling Out Soon: The Walking Dead Out In April

By Craig Pearson on March 15th, 2012.

What's a zombie's favourite button on an ipod? Shuffle.
Like that one ankle-biting zombie that can hear and you know is out there, but you don’t see until it’s molar deep into your favourite tendon (that’s the right for me), the Telltale Walking Dead game has just leapt out from the dark. Except: Aha! I was standing behind a window of invisible zombie proof glass, you stupid dead jerk. In this little scenario, the leap is the release month announcement, and the zombie proof glass is the time between them telling us “early April”, and the dead-head eventually breaking through the glass and consuming my flesh, that bit being the actual release.
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