Browsing all posts tagged with point and click adventures.

The Devil’s Men – Preview

The Devil’s Men – Preview

As the industry marches forward, it becomes harder and harder to find genuine innovations in your favourite genres. That’s not to say that there’s a lack of imagination – although the prevalence of first-person shooters and zombies would definitely indicate otherwise – but it’s often…

Fire – Preview

Fire – Preview

As much as some factions of humanity would disagree, we certainly owe a great deal to evolution. Without it, every movie tie-in would still be struggling to adapt itself into a side-scrolling platformer, pixel graphics would be a tedious norm instead of a retro throwback,…

1954: Alcatraz – Interview with Gene Mocsy, Designer and Writer

1954: Alcatraz – Interview with Gene Mocsy, Designer and Writer

Veering off the path from their lighter, more humourous fare, adventure developers Daedalic have taken a walk on the dark side in a more overt manner than before, with the upcoming 1954: Alcatraz.  Ed got the chance to sit down with the game’s designer and…

Daedalic Entertainment At E3

Daedalic Entertainment At E3

As a point and click aficionado, my love for Daedalic is one that grows ever fonder with every new title they reveal. From the hilarious Edna & Harvey series to the outstanding Deponia series, the company’s track record is one that others should be envious…