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Posts tagged “adventure game”

Feature: I hope the furries are happy

Blacksad: Under the Skin review

For reasons unclear to me, detective work seems to be a popular choice for enterprising animals keen to enter the gig economy. Indeed, creatures of all kinds have been sleuthing it up recently - just this year we had the pleasure of meeting a Goat Detective, a Frog Detective and a Raccoon Detective, and we heard about the arrival of the Chicken Police. And now…

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Be A Cybergumshoe In Free Adventure Game Precipice

Precipice starts bloody and ends abruptly. That sounds like life in the cyberpunk future to me all right! It's a free adventure game about a weary private cyberdick called in to consult on a bloody murder case involving a synthetic lady, poking around at evidence and drawing a conclusion.It's been years since I had the patience to finish an hours-long adventure game, but I've been…

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Freeware Garden: Mudlarks

Regular nine to five office jobs, well, those that still exist, have never been good enough for Winston. He always wanted to be a mudlarker and, thus, he took it up as a hobby and promptly became the star of Mudlarks. A lovely point-and-click adventure game about mudlarkers larking in the mud and the debatable joys of scavenging the shores of the Thames for old…

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Freeware Garden: Heroine’s Quest

In our year of Quest for Glory (a.k.a. Sierra's Hero Quest)  revivals, re-imaginings, revisits and remakes, Heroine's Quest: The Herald of Ragnarok is the adventure-RPG I have unashamedly fallen in love with. A beautiful game about selfless, old-fashioned heroism that brilliantly captures the spirit of Quest for Glory. An adventure, that unlike the saga's very own final installment, proudly stands up to its progenitors' lofty standards.

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Freeware Garden: Donald Dowell

Don't get me wrong, I really do adore those big, ambitious freeware games incredibly kind people make for us, but I simply cannot understand how they manage it. Also, why? Why spend countless hours creating something most people will probably ignore and never get paid for it? Why create a game as big and polished as Donald Dowell and the Ghost of Barker Manor and just…

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Freeware Garden: Bickadoodle

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…

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Harassing Ford: Han Solo Adventures

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,…

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Stumbling Out Soon: The Walking Dead Out In April

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…

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