Crossing through the brutal crowds, we parked ourselves in gamescom's adventure area to preview still more promising games.
Tobias Weber - Late Shift interview
Swiss studio CtrlMovie is working overtime to bring its seamless interactive thriller to new platforms.
The middle installment unearths some intriguing new details and retroactively upgrades its predecessors in key areas.
The Orgastic 4 preview
Bad Brain is back, and may just have a good idea with this R-rated cartoon adventure that was shown to us at gamescom.
There was barely enough time for the Russian publisher to walk us through their extensive adventure(ish) lineup in Cologne.
What better way to interview the creators of the upcoming FMV thriller than to catch them on camera at gamescom?
This surreal 3D adventure is beautful to explore but barely illuminates either its nighttime setting or abstract story.
In a crowded convention in Cologne, we reached out to the adventure developers and met with them in their own inner world.
This uncomfortably provocative adventure aims to shock and awe, but its overbearing execution leaves a lot to be desired.
This anachronistic time-travel adventure is an entertaining comic throwback to the past, in more ways than one.
Jennifer Wilde preview
In a gamescom exclusive, AG lifts the veil and goes beyond in this supernatural 1920s murder mystery.
This two-part sunny island sojourn to Jamaica neither drags nor gets too high in its all-too-brief Early Access prologue.
Kentucky Route Zero: Act IV review
The magical realist journey continues to drift along in a meandering, melancholy way in the long-awaited penultimate episode.
Our latest freeware round-up lets you dive right into another month's worth of top indie adventures.
The Eyes of Ara review
This Myst-style puzzler set in an ancient, abandoned castle will keep you captive with its many devious challenges.
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