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Dakota Winchester's Adventures are everything save adventurous

Over the years, I’ve occasionally dabbled in a few “mouse only” point-and-click adventure games from the people at Carmel Games, namely Habla Kadabla and a few others that I never got around to writing about. 676 more words

Entertainment

The Marvellous Miss Take Review

The Marvellous Miss Take does what few games are currently doing, putting a strong female in the lead roll. Though you’ll see a fair few inspirations from Lara Croft and the gameplay is clearly inspired by the early Metal Gear Solid games. 54 more words

Other

Thumbleweed Park a Maniac Mansion spiritual successor now on Kickstarter

The creators of #seminal point-and-click adventure game Maniac Mansion, Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick, are back with what they’re calling “the true spiritual successor” to that #Lucasfilm Games classic and others, like The Secret of Monkey Island. 408 more words

Linux Game News

Thimbleweed Park announced

New game came to Kickstarter from creators of legendary Maniac Mansion. This time they are working on new game with same or similar concept 232 more words

News

Backlog Redux 2014 #33 - Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars

A Sword Only Slightly Rusted by Time

Earlier this year (back in January, in fact) I promised myself that 2014 would be the year I would really start cutting down on my Steam backlog, in earnest this time. 811 more words

Retro

To the Moon Review

To the Moon is a 2.5 dimensional point and click adventure game developed and published by Freebird Games. Released on PC and OS X, it’s been a critical success, receiving Gamespot’s 2011 Best Story award and being nominated in several other categories to boot. 9 more words

Games

Five Nights at Freddy's: Being a Security Guard sucks!

Five Nights at Freddy’s has to be one of the most scariest, and fucked up game ever seen. The game has players’ play as what seems to be a simple security guard at night in a pizza place similar to Chuck e Cheese. 339 more words

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