I became a staff writer for Adventure Gamers in 2010 and have been an active contributor ever since.
Like most of the staff writers here, I started playing games at a very early age, beginning rather unhealthily somewhere back in the 1980s.
As you can imagine my formative opinions about adventure games revolve around the ‘Golden Years of Adventure’ which (well for me at least) seemed to occur somewhere from between 85-97.
I’m a huge fan of the genre and actively take an interest in indie projects, grass root developers and freeware / remake games.
I produced a blog from from 2007 to 2011 called Computer+Adventure.
I also build the odd Mame arcade cabinet from time to time…
Articles by Rob Murrant:
What this sci-fi sequel lacks in dramatic gravitas, it more than makes up with lighthearted fun that sucks you right in.
With their crowdfunding campaign really heating up, Himalaya Studios conjured up a sneak peek at the upcoming adventure-RPG.
This independent haunted house thriller may be low in production polish, but it's high in creepy paranormal atmosphere.
Doc Apocalypse review
The end of the world looks and sounds bleak in this B-movie-style indie adventure, but restoring it back to health can be a fair bit of fun.
A delightful first episode eases into the four-part African-inspired adventure, but really takes off with its stellar production values.
This colourful cartoon indie adventure hums along with fun puzzles, zany characters, and a thoroughly offbeat world to explore.
AdventureX 2011 feature
The first-ever adventure gaming expo kicked off to humble beginnings in the UK, and AG got in on the ground floor (once we found the door).
This episodic indie adventure launches with a colourful cartoon debut, but its shortcomings make for a bumpy first ride.
Blackwell Deception review
The fourth installment spins another fine supernatural detective mystery, but you'll cruise through most without even medium difficulty.
With impressive production, gameplay, and story enhancements, AGDI's updated remake of Sierra's classic is sure to hold you in its spell.
The Vacuum review
This free mystery adventure is a little light on gameplay, but its tense sci-fi storyline will suck you right in and hold you through to its multiple ends.
This low-cost sci-fi indie adventure shows an (alien) world of potential, though its lack of polish continually brings players back down to earth.
This fun-filled sci-fi comic adventure is a blast from the past that everyone should be talking about.
Shifter’s Box - Outside In review
This colourful indie adventure opens up a variety of surreal worlds packed full of puzzles and sci-fi atmosphere.
The classic Douglas Adams sci-fi text adventure gets a full graphic overhaul in this improbable fan remake.