Articles by AG Staff:
The new year goes straight to hell in the first round of 2015 freeware releases, but it sure is fun getting out again.
FINAL DAY!: The Aggie Awards come to a close, as day three ranges from our honourable mentions to Game of the Year.
The envelopes remain sealed, but today we unveil the finalists competing for Adventure Gamers' coveted statuettes.
Launching later this month, Adventure Gamers Store will be home to adventure titles from publishers and indies alike.
Before turning the page completely on 2014, we've whipped up one final round-up of the top free indies.
They may not be everyone's cuppa, but two very different quests await for the puzzle- and even visually-impaired.
From ancient India to Victorian England, you couldn't buy a puzzle in these experimental narrative experiences.
'Tis the season to follow the genre's brightest stars and capture their personal holiday wishes on camera.
The question is when, not IF, you'll want to play this month's text adventuring extravanganza (with a few graphic bonuses to boot).
A pair of haunted houses provide some offbeat puzzling fun, but will scare off anyone looking for story depth.
With so many top free indies to crow about, constructing another impressive monthly list shouldn't be a tough sell.
It's time to break the silence on a new wave of iOS exclusives and popular ports of PC adventures from the App Store.
We skipped across the world for another round of top free indies, and bare all in our steamiest round-up yet.
These two puzzle-platformers emulate the popular Portal formula with their own clever ideas, if not quite the story depth or polish.
Light on gameplay, heavy on reading, adventures like these are turning the page to a newer breed of visual fiction.