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Mesmerizing adventure game Vane is coming to Steam July 23

Vane
Vane is a dark, desolate and downright enchanting puzzle adventure game by Tokyo-based independent studio Friend & Foe. The game has been available on PlayStation 4 since January, but this month it will finally flying onto Steam on July 23. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lgcnm3CYqfY In case you haven't been...

Stranded Sails is like Stardew Valley at sea with a bit of old-school Zelda

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From Merge Games, the indie publisher that brought us Aragami, Brawlout, and Moonlighter, comes Stranded Sails - Explorers of the Cursed Islands. This new game features an open world, story-driven quests and a lot of exploration and farming. Stranded Sails takes inspiration from games such as Harvest Moon and Stardew Valley. But unlike these...

Trails and Traces is a love letter to the globe-trotting adventure game

Trails and Traces: The Tomb of Thomas Tew
Trails and Traces: The Tomb of Thomas Tew is an indie adventure game by Because Because Games. The best way I can describe the game is "Broken Sword by the way of Teenagent" - it's kooky, often a bit awkward, but with plenty of charm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OE5JMHicnDE You play...

Mosaic BlipBlop review: Blip till you Blop, then blip some more

Mosaic BlipBlop
With endless gameplay, endless upgrades, and endless fun, Mosaic BlipBlop is the game every commuter needs on their phone. Are you sick of staring at the floor on the subway on your way to work? Sitting on the toilet alone with your thoughts terrifies you? The prospect of engaging in conversation with another human...

Draugen review: Life is but a dream

Draugen review
Draugen is a beautiful and haunting adventure with powerful writing that feels like a teaser for a bigger story. But it's worth your time if only to spend it with Lissie. Draugen, the latest title from Dreamfall Chapters developer Red Thread Games, defines itself as a “Fjord Noir” mystery, which is the best way...

Twelve Minutes E3 trailer shows a desperate man stuck in a time loop

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Publisher Annapurna Interactive has announced it will be publishing a new game titled Twelve Minutes. The game, developed by Luis Antonio, was first revealed at the Microsoft E3 2019 Press Conference with the trailer you see above. Twelve Minutes is an interactive thriller about a man trapped in a time loop. You play...

The Office Quest review: Break the cycle of boredom

The Office Quest review boss
The Office Quest calls on you to break your monotonous routine and go on an adventure. You know the feeling: You arrive at the office, have your first (or third) cup of coffee of the day and slump down at your station. Every single day is the same - typing out long reports, meetings,...

My Friend Pedro arrives late June, and it’s time to board the hype train

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My Friend Pedro, the action game with the sentient banana and the bullet ballet, is coming to PC and Switch on June 20. That's just two weeks away. The incredible news comes to us in the form of a new trailer, aptly titled "Release Date Hype Train." We've been riding this train since the...

Blasphemous gameplay trailer shows brutal combat, twisted bosses

Blasphemous gameplay trailervideo
The Game Kitchen, the studio behind The Last Door horror adventure games, has released a new gameplay trailer for Blasphemous. Blasphemous is somewhat of a departure for the Spanish indie studio in terms of gameplay, but not themes. This is a "dark and punishing" action platformer with Metroidvania exploration and Souls-like combat. As you...

Open-world platformer A.N.N.E coming to Steam Early Access in June

A.N.N.E
A.N.N.E, the open-world action platformer about two robots in love, will go on Steam Early Access starting June 18. Developer Gamesbymo announced on the game's Kickstarter page that A.N.N.E will be available for a reduce during the Early Access phase. That way, they are hoping to draw in more people and receive more feedback...

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