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Tag: Adventure

A Slightly Different Wonderland in Alice is Dead

A Slightly Different Wonderland in Alice is Dead
Alice in Wonderland kicks off with the fall down the rabbit hole, and most games based on the adventures of the iconic young heroine follow suit. Such is the case with Alice is Dead, though from the title, you may have already guessed that things take a turn for the ghastly early on in this browser-based adventure.

Get Your Game Fix in Just Minutes With Awakener

Get Your Game Fix in Just Minutes With Awakener
One area. A few people. A less-than-epic quest. These are the elements of Awakener, a tiny text adventure that is sure to captivate… at least for a few minutes. In Awakener, players step into the sandals (wait, is he barefoot?)
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How to Raise a Dragon in Your Browser

How to Raise a Dragon in Your Browser
How to Raise a Dragon is a charming little pixelated browser game all about–as you may have guessed–the care and feeding of dragons. Feed a hatchling, guide an adolescent beast, and see where the story takes you.

Morbid Flash Game Really Lives Up to Its Name

Morbid Flash Game Really Lives Up to Its Name
Fans of point-and-click games who don’t mind a little pixel-hunting from time to time might be interested in checking out Morbid, the latest from Pastel Games. Morbid is an aptly-named brief adventure in a starkly-drawn landscape plagued by evil.

Judith: Simple Game, Haunting Narrative

Judith: Simple Game, Haunting Narrative
Can you imagine a simple, pixelated game that lasts no more than a few minutes, but still manages to stick with you after you’ve finished? It’s rare when a long, commercial game can produce an emotional response; to see a tiny free game do it the way Judith does is impressive.

Wii Set for Fragile Adventure in a Ruined World

Wii Set for Fragile Adventure in a Ruined World
In even more game localization news, the atmospheric adventure Fragile is set for release outside Japan. The moody title follows Seto, a young boy traversing a ruined world in search of other people–any other people. Certainly a darker theme than the anime-inspired visuals might at first evoke, but Fragile is painted in dark strokes that suit the story’s underlying despair.

It’S Dangerous to Go Alone! Take Zelda Homebrew.

It’S Dangerous to Go Alone! Take Zelda Homebrew.
Look familiar? Almost, but this is not The Legend of Zelda you grew up with! The Legend of Zelda: The Shards of Light is a homebrew remake for the DS that seeks to expand and improve on one of the greatest games of all time, the original adventure of Link.

Watch Out for the Grue: Legend of Zork Needs Beta Testers

Watch Out for the Grue: Legend of Zork Needs Beta Testers
The classic adventure Zork is making its way back in a browser-based form, thanks to Jolt Online Games, and the Irish company has put out a call for more beta testers to take up the adventurer’s mantle and descend into a place of horrors, grue, and text commands.

Ea Sends Classic Literature to Hell With Dante’S Inferno

Ea Sends Classic Literature to Hell With Dante’S Inferno
Of all the things in the world that could possibly be used as inspiration for any sort of video game, the last thing you might expect Electronic Arts to fall back on is Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy.

Pac-Man Text Adventure: Turn Left, Eat Dots

Pac-Man Text Adventure: Turn Left, Eat Dots
I know, I know. The year is 2007 and I’m writing two stories in a row about Pac-Man. But I really couldn’t resist this one. Pac-Txt is a great mashup between the classic 1980s arcade game and Zork.

Play the Classic Atari 2600 Adventure in Your Web Browser

Play the Classic Atari 2600 Adventure in Your Web Browser
If you’ve got a hankering for some retro gaming fun, and you need to satisfy that itch right this second, check out this web version of the classic Adventure for the Atari 2600. The game was built by programmer Scott Pehnke entirely in Flash, and features a full emulation of the game including all of the sights and sounds of the original.
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