That’s good to know. It keeps the expectations low.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, forget about those boring new games.
Warlords just hit GOG!
My Warlords II Deluxe CD-ROM is one of my most treasured discs. I also have Warlords III.
Pity it doesn’t seem to include original Warlords II though. I don’t have that one.
Freckles and Constellations (it’s free):
“Kyle is Famous” (Comedy text-adventure, free to play):
Feria D’Arles was released today: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1181570/Feria_dArles/
Feria D’Arles: the humour is good and it has a nice Monkey Island 2 part 2 vibe…
Paper Street by Ghetto Games, a timed short adventure. Warning: violent content.
AI Dungeon 2, a text-adventure game where the AI is writing the story during your play:
You can play it online here (as soon as they have a solution for the high download costs):
Ghetto Conspiracy has good humour, sometimes it really makes you laugh. Also, among the games I’ve seen is the one that most resembles Thimbleweed Park, when you walk around the town. Recommended!
Feria D’Arles is also very good, but short (3 hours). Good humour there as well. And good puzzles.
Not a “new” release, but Sally Face wasn’t mentioned here in the forum before and it is now “new” on Gog (with a discount):
Blade Runner just came out on GOG. Nice.
Zak McKracken goes looking for Hot Coffee (in several wrong places) by Ogni, a fan adventure made in Visionaire was released before Christmas. And it’s free, free as in coffee:
I have to play it.
Frog Detective 2 by Grace Bruxner was released in December. I haven’t seen it before but apparently the first one was released a year ago.
It’s short (1h) and puzzles aren’t hard but it seems neat (review at Adventure Gamers).
A fangame in development. New Demo: Indiana Jones and the Relic of the Viking + Raiders of the seven cities of gold (Bonus old demo)