We're not messing around with this month's round-up of top free indie adventures.
Some lesser-known Norse mythology is squarely at the center of this stylish world-turning puzzler.
Things got real at the Game Developers Conference, as we were lucky to get our hands on two intriguing new adventures.
Decay: The Mare review
This short horror game may be clichéd in setting, but its chilling touches are plenty sobering.
The epic fantasy sequel is pregnant with quests and quips and stunning production values, if not quite delivering the same story quality as its esteemed predecessor.
They weren't easy to see tucked in amongst the crowds, but we found plenty of adventuring goodness at the London convention.
Beautiful but short-lived, the Frankenstein tale is resurrected in this tragic adventure chronicled largely through journals.
King’s Quest preview
The highly anticipated series reboot put its best foot forward in a recent GDC demonstration.
This iOS exclusive is a quality FMV mystery, though limited gameplay and a weak ending expose some cracks in its story.
Tormentum: Dark Sorrow review
The art style provides a visual feast, but a casual approach hurts this macabre adventure somewhat.
Adventure Gamers Store opens its doors! announcement
Launching with 35 titles—including the exclusive PC debut of The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle.
This episodic teen drama has yet to fully form, but its intriguing time-looping debut is only the first of five stages.
The new year goes straight to hell in the first round of 2015 freeware releases, but it sure is fun getting out again.
The tension and consequences are ramped up in the chilling second episode of Telltale's fantasy series.
Supreme League of Patriots review
It looks and sounds super, but the giant-sized dialogues overpower all else in this three-part comic adventure.
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