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I don't know if you guys have heard, but this latest episodic game from Telltale Games, The Walking Dead, is kind of a big deal. Earning bunches of Game of the Year nods all over the internet, The Walking Dead has earned its place at the top of the 2012 heap as one of the best gaming experiences of the year. And for today only, you can get the whole series for just 10 bucks on Xbox Live.
Dark Motif has released a new tech demo for the upcoming game, Adam Syndrome. The team based in Tel Aviv, Israel is looking for publisher backing for their point-and-click, noir adventure game that sees a certain Adam Reed looking to unfold and uncover the mystery surrounding his wife's untimely death. The video is a simple scene walkthrough to showcase the power and capabilities of Dark Motif's new game engine.
Harvester Games' underrated gem The Cat Lady has made its way to the Greenlight section on Steam. Long ago and far away we wrote about the debut of this game here at Gaming Blend, but now the developers are looking to take public exposure to the next level by introducing this gory horror game to Steam's masses.
Reef Entertainment's point-and-click adventure game, Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle, has officially arrived on Steam's Greenlight portal, which means that in order for the game to be added to the Steam Store, gamers will have to upvote the game into the top of the pack.
After just making the Steam Greenlight deadline and desperately seeking approval from a community of adventure, point-and-click aficionados, Wadjet Eye Games and Wormwood Studios' Primordia has officially launched on the world's largest video game digital distribution service...Steam, just in case you were wondering.
Wadjet Eye Games and Wormwood Studios have announced that a playable PC demo of the upcoming retro-adventure game, Primordia, is now available. You can grab the demo for free right now, assuming you have 700MB free and the will to engage in some wasteland cyberpunk adventures.
Video game fans of Kate Walker and her adventures in the Syberia series created by Benoit Sokal, can get excited once again as Walker will be returning to the digital space in a brand new game set for release within the next few years for multiple platforms.
Wadjet Eye Games and Wormwood Studios' upcoming point-and-click cyberpunk adventure game, Primordia, is gearing up for its early December release. Wadjet Eye recently announced that the game is currently available for pre-order right now, as the team works hard to get greenlit for a Steam release.
Joining just in time to gather some upvotes before Valve approves more games on November 30th, dtp Entertainment's Haunted has joined the line-up. The game is a classic point-and-click adventure title set within a wacky, dark universe. The game looks surprisingly good to be a small title and carries some witty dialog to boot.
Primordia has already proven that it seems to have what it takes to rekindle the old-school flavor of point and click games from that bygone era known as the Golden Age of gaming. After spending a little time with the preview build, it was obvious that this game is extremely niche and will appeal strictly to the old-school gamer who appreciates wasteland cyberpunk adventures.
The creators of Quest for Glory and The Castle of Dr. Brain series, top-end brands during Sierra Interactive's golden era, have come back to bring gamers a brand new turn-based adventure RPG game called Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption and they need your help on Kickstarter.
Ice-Pick Lodge Game Development's Knock-Knock is a bit of a unique venture into psychosis and horror. The game sees players journeying into a creepy house where they must avoid the not-so-alive inhabitants. The game has joined Steam's Greenlight and could use a few upvotes.
Remember that creepy game where you play the little boy? No, I'm not talking about that pedophile simulator Milo & Kate, I'm talking about the game from Lace Mamba Digital and Shiver Games, Lucius. Well, the game is currently available for pre-order right now and will official launch on October 26th.
There has been a flood of first-person horror, psychological-thriller and ambient-fright inducers as of late. Joining the likes of already highly anticipated games such as Montas and Routine is Senscape's first-person adventure into madness, Asylum.
The newly announced game to join Steam's Greenlight is an interactive adventure title from an indie Russian developer. The game is running on Unity's 3D engine and features some startling atmospheric images. The Light is currently looking for a few up-votes on Steam's Greenlight.