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The Witcher: Enhanced Edition

Category: Review
Author: Alfred Giovetti
Created: November 21, 2008

November 21, 2008
The Witcher is bar none the best role playing game of this year (2008). The plot is complex. The animation and graphics are high quality.

The Witcher: Enhanced Edition

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The Colour of Murder

Category: Review
Author: Alexander Tait
Created: November 11, 2008

November 11, 2008
The Colour of Murder is a meat-and-potatoes kind of adventure. It doesn’t seek to be a philosophical dissertation; it just tells an entertaining story.

The Colour of Murder

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Ben There, Dan That

Category: Review
Author: Greg Collins
Created: November 9, 2008

November 9, 2008
Ben and Dan, two struggling independent game designers who room together somewhere in London. The plot has a couple of boxy, buggy aliens conspiring to take over the world, but first feel it...

Ben There, Dan That

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American McGee's Grimm

Category: Review
Author: Randy Sluganski
Created: October 7, 2008

October 7, 2008
Love him or hate him, you still have to respect American McGee for sticking to his convictions.

American McGee's Grimm

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Creature Crunch

Category: Review
Author: fixr
Created: July 31, 2008

July 31, 2008
Now fixr has offered to share his thoughts on what is one of the rarest games in adventuredom - Creature Crunch - and as you will soon discover he possesses a humorous style of writing that leads...

Creature Crunch

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The NEW State of Adventure Gaming Entry 1 - Dear Dumbasses

Category: Editorial
Author: Randy Sluganski
Created: July 28, 2008

July 28, 2008
Games Radar, a site owned by parent company Future plc, is yet another in a long line of internet game sites that imagine themselves as cutting-edge because a) they said so and b) they post...

The NEW State of Adventure Gaming Entry 1...

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New Robinson

Category: Review
Author: Randy Sluganski
Created: July 11, 2008

July 11, 2008
New Robinson is 2D animation in the style of the old LucasArts games like Day of the Tentacle and Sam and Max.

New Robinson

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Blue Beard

Category: Review
Author: Randy Sluganski
Created: July 10, 2008

July 10, 2008
Blue Beard (this game was originally known as Barmaley, but in what seems to be an attempt at universal appeal, the title was recently changed to Blue Beard), is a fun-filled romp through the...

Blue Beard

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Bioshock

Category: Review
Author: Troy Merrick
Created: July 9, 2008

July 9, 2008
On land, in the far reaches of the galaxy or even deep in Davey Jones’ locker, life just plain seems to be toughest on the nice guys in the crowd.

Bioshock

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Art of Murder: FBI Confidential

Category: Review
Author: Randy Sluganski
Created: July 4, 2008

July 4, 2008
AoM is a murder/mystery, third-person point-and-click adventure in the tradition of Still Life and Post Mortem.

Art of Murder: FBI Confidential

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Cooroora

Category: Review
Author: Alexander Tait
Created: June 18, 2008

June 18, 2008
Cooroora is a “casual game”.

Cooroora

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Belief & Betrayal

Category: Review
Author: Robert Washburne
Created: June 17, 2008

June 17, 2008
Journalist Jonathan Danter, the main character, learns that his Uncle Frank, who died ten years ago, had been murdered.

Belief & Betrayal

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Vlad Ceraldi - CEO, Hothead Games

Category: Interview
Author: by Just Adventure
Created: June 1, 2008

June 1, 2008
A pleasant sit down with the CEO of Hothead Games over subjects such as digital distribution.

Vlad Ceraldi - CEO, Hothead Games

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James Patterson's Women's Murder Club: Death in Scarlet

Category: Review
Author: Randy Sluganski
Created: May 16, 2008

May 16, 2008
Jane Jensen is a sneaky, sneaky person. It all started with Inspector Parker in 2003. A casual game with just a smidgen of adventure elements, which was understandable as Jane’s Gabriel...

James Patterson's Women's Murder Club:...

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Time Stand Still

Category: Review
Author: Randy Sluganski
Created: May 12, 2008

May 12, 2008
Carol Reed is back again in Time Stand Still, her third case set in Norrkoping, a quaint Swedish seaport city and textile center established in 1350.

Time Stand Still

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Cleopatra: Riddle of the Tomb

Category: Review
Author: Bobbi Carlini
Created: April 23, 2008

April 23, 2008
Thomas sets out to uncover the whereabouts of his missing teacher, Akkad and his daughter Iris, for whom Thomas is hot-to-trot

Cleopatra: Riddle of the Tomb

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Sam & Max Season 2 Episode 3: Night of the Raving Dead

Category: Review
Author: Al Giovetti
Created: February 23, 2008

February 23, 2008
The writing is what I like most about Sam & Max. Just when you thought they had begun to be predictable, Sam & Max changes their mood to a more subtle one.

Sam & Max Season 2 Episode 3: Night of...

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Adventure Collection Vol 1

Category: Review
Author: Randy Sluganski
Created: February 11, 2008

February 11, 2008
The entire collection comes on two dvds and during install you decide which games you would like to play.

Adventure Collection Vol 1

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Baphomets Fluch 2.5/Broken Sword: The Return of the Templars

Category: Review
Author: Greg Collins
Created: February 9, 2008

February 9, 2008
So along comes this German-adventure-fan-made game titled Baphomets Fluch 2.5.

Baphomets Fluch 2.5/Broken Sword: The...

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CSI: Hard Evidence

Category: Review
Author: Shannon Hall-Harris
Created: January 20, 2008

January 20, 2008
CSI: Hard Evidence offers an even more authentic experience than ever before, with improved visuals, more lab equipment to use, and more investigative features.

CSI: Hard Evidence

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Sam & Max Season 2 Episode 2: Moai Better Blues

Category: Review
Author: Al Giovetti
Created: January 16, 2008

January 16, 2008
Serials started a long time ago. John Wayne was in cowboy serials at the movies back when movies were young and there was no television. Comics began three panel serials in the newspapers as long...

Sam & Max Season 2 Episode 2: Moai...

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Broken Sword: Angel of Death

Category: Walkthrough
Author: Randy Sluganski
Created: December 30, 2007

December 30, 2007
Don't know what to do next? Try this helpful walkthough out!

Broken Sword: Angel of Death

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Sam & Max Season 2 Episode 1: Ice Station Santa

Category: Review
Author: Al Giovetti, Christine Giovetti and Michael Giovetti
Created: November 16, 2007

November 16, 2007
Snow is on the ground and we are fast approaching that Christmasy time of year. Children and adults alike anxiously await a visit from a rolly, polly white bearded man (Al Lowe?) driving a reindeer...

Sam & Max Season 2 Episode 1: Ice...

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Antique Chronicles

Category: Review
Author: Alexander Tait
Created: November 1, 2007

November 1, 2007
The Antique Chronicles is another independently released adventure game, coming in three downloadable parts.

Antique Chronicles

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Culpa Innata

Category: Review
Author: Aya
Created: October 25, 2007

October 25, 2007
Imagine a world of peace, of prosperity, a world with no crime, no illness, no famine, no suffering. What price would you be willing to pay in order to live in such an immaculate world?

Culpa Innata

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Undercover: Operation Wintersun

Category: Review
Author: Eric McConnel
Created: October 12, 2007

October 12, 2007
When I first caught the early screenshots and news about this game, I was hooked and quickly put this on my wishlist.

Undercover: Operation Wintersun

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Sam & Max: Season 1

Category: Review
Author: Al Giovetti
Created: August 21, 2007

August 21, 2007
I never thought I would see it happen: a boxed Sam & Max game.

Sam & Max: Season 1

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Tale of Two Kingdoms

Category: Review
Author: William Hughes
Created: July 7, 2007

July 7, 2007
While I can’t exactly deem myself an expert, I’ve played more than my share of independently made adventure games in my time, from the silly to the shocking.

Tale of Two Kingdoms

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Scratches: Director's Cut & The Last Visit

Category: Review
Author: Michael Chourdakis
Created: June 21, 2007

June 21, 2007
This game is scary. Very scary. If you have played hundreds of horror adventure games and think nothing can affect you, then Scratches: Director’s Cut/The Last Visit is the game that will...

Scratches: Director's Cut & The Last...

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Scavenger Hunter

Category: Review
Author: Robert Washburne
Created: June 5, 2007

June 5, 2007
When I first heard that Sagewood Software was writing a scavenger hunt game, I was instantly filled with nostalgic memories. Way back when my kids were still kids, we would gather around the...

Scavenger Hunter

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