Tag Archives: point-and-click
We recently covered an exciting new point-and-click adventure game, Tormentum, Dark Sorrow. Polish OhNoo Studios is close to finishing up their IndieGoGo campaign, and they need more support. Meanwhile, they released a free demo to give..
A point-and-click shooter is essentially a game that puts you in control of a character with limited movements. Depending on the game, players usually have a certain amount of health or time left as they..
TW: Loss of a child; this article contains sensitive details from the game A Song for Viggo. Simon Karlsson is making A Song for Viggo (now on Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight), a game made out of real paper about a..
TW: Loss of a child; this article contains sensitive details from the game A Song for Viggo. The idea of portraying everyday life turned into A Song for Viggo. Tragedy and depression are themes not..
The humble point and click adventure has been undergoing something of a resurgence in recent years. Back in the early 90s you could barely move for the things, then with the advent of 3D gaming..
Rufus, the self-appointed hero of the Deponia series – not to mention, king of wanton destruction and mostly unintentional murder – is back for one last harebrained misadventure in the grand finale to Daedalic Entertainment’s..
The basic ingredients for a great game are as follows: enjoyable gameplay, engaging narrative, and aesthetically pleasing, well-planned design choices. Add to that a dollop of magic, a plethora of content, and a sprinkling of..
It’s interesting to see more and more games starting to delve deeper into the human psyche and really beginning to explore a more philosophical side. Just earlier this week I covered Don’t Kill The Cow which was a rather inward..
Point-and-click adventure game designer, Jane Jensen, is a bit of a rock star in my eyes. I’ve always been a massive fan of adventure games, so to hear that she was working on a new..