Night Book is an occult thriller interactive movie game from Wales Interactive that has players trying to keep the main character and her family alive as she faces off with vindictive spirits and a lingering curse that threatens to destroy everything she loves.
The surprise hit Black Book game is an RPG adventure that is steeped in dark Slavic myths. You play a young sorceress who uses her wits, magic and a killer fighting deck to combat those evil forces and bring peace to her world.
Following up on their excellent documentary type game Attentat 1942, the new Svoboda 1945: Liberation drama finds players investigating the sad tales of historical atrocities that took place in and around Czechoslovakia during World War II. Like it’s predecessor, Svoboda offers some powerful gameplay.
Set up like a television series, the Dark Nights With Poe and Munro game follows two charismatic radio hosts as they fumble through some strange and at times unsettling supernatural mysteries while also building up their relationship and trying to stay alive.
Ambition: A Minuet in Power is an engaging adventure and romance-based game set during the French Revolution. You will need to pick your outfits, choose your companions, trade influence and earn a little money, and most of all, literally keep your head in troubling times.
Blending deep storytelling, supreme characterization and good tactical combat, the Wildermyth RPG is a breath of fresh air for role-players who want to join their heroes from their first careful steps into adventure until their celebrated retirements.
Paradise Lost had a lot of potential, giving us a deep mystery set inside a secret bunker left over from an alternate history where World War II ended in nuclear holocaust. Unfortunately, many bugs and flaws make it almost unplayable.
Told as a highly advanced choose your own adventure type of story, The Life and Suffering of Sir Brante offers unique gameplay, a fine story and an interesting if melancholy world. Role-players looking for a different sort of challenge can find a lot to like here.
The Shore is a subtle horror adventure set on a not-so-deserted island where H.P. Lovecraft’s elder gods and many other horrors stalk the twilight, the ever-present fog and the lonely shoreline. Good luck surviving this island holiday.
Looking for an affordable adventure? Mutropolis is a cleverly crafted point-and-click Indie exploration quest whose compelling story, clever dialog, top notch voice acting and sideways humor is sure to draw your attention for hours on end.