Psychology tells us memory is an imperfect record of everything we see and experience, of course the same doesn’t hold true if your recollections were purposely implanted. This theme permeates Altabe Studio’s upcoming visual novel, Pinocchio’s Murder. Continue reading
There’s something scary about forests at night. That fear might be irrational and deeply ingrained in the subconscious, but what if there was something in the forest? Something menacing? This game will deliver exactly that
What is the true value of a person? Is it measured by physical wealth or the decisions one takes in life? This theme seems to pervade the indie adventure game, Herald – An Interactive Period Drama which is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter. Continue reading
Starlight Vega is more than your average visual novel project seeking funding through Kickstarter. Having been funded in just four days it became a veritable crowdfunding success story. Originally seeking just over $3,500 in funding, it more than quadrupled its intended goal with four days remaining. Continue reading
Lately there has been this trend on adventure games where we are told that every choice matters. Although in most games that concept seems to be a bit flawed because we just get the same story but with some differences depending on what we do. Plugged seems to want to make every choice we make different in terms of what happens after we make one.
Alum was finally released this Friday, and I can only imagine the effort it took. Almost two years after their successful Kickstarter campaign (which went live some months after the failure of their first attempt) in which they obtained over $10,000 Crashable Studios have released their first game, developed with the AGS engine.
The popularity of visual novels in the western markets has been on a rise for the last few years. Nowhere is this more apparent than Kickstarter which has helped spawn various projects within this sub-genre. One of these endeavors is Vysoko Anime Production’s Invisible Apartment, the latest entry in a series sharing the same name.
I love Pathfinder. As a massive D&D fan and an avid 3.5 player, Paizo’s setting gave me everything I could ever want even when D&D moved to another format, once I wasn’t very keen about. I played with friends, letting them destroy the world of Golarion through their own dumb choices, all while laughing maniacally in the back of the room, but that’s another story. Continue reading
In the world of Brilliant Shadows, there are two powerful orders: The Necromancers, with dark magic and their light counterparts, The Paladins. At a yearly ritual, a member of one order is bound to one from the other, their link both balancing and strengthening their powers. Continue reading
We previously discussed Hero-U’s return to kickstarter, and now the second campaign has officially launched. Hero-U is a adventure game mixed with RPG elements currently in development by Sierra On-Line veterans, Corey and Lori Cole. Their previous works include the classic Quest For Glory series and Castle of Dr. Brain. Continue reading