Raiders of the Seven Cities of Gold is a freeware old-school point-n-click adventure game in the manner of Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis. On December 24th the minigame “The Relics of the Viking” will be released.
It seems like they missed the December 24th release date, unless I’m having trouble finding the link
It’s alive! Act 5 of Kentucky Route Zero is scheduled for 2020-01-28:
I think this might be relevant to the topic: I’m working on porting Kill Yourself on PC.
It’s not a port, I’m actually re-implementing it on AGS, because I thought it could be nice if I finally got to learn to use it. Even if I plan on writing my own engine as soon as I get my new PC.
How’s it written now? Custom engine?
Custom engine in Java using AndEngine as library for graphics and input. For this reason, it’s only been available for Android.
I’ll write a new engine in C++ on Cocos2d-x someday so it’s cross-platform.
Wouldn’t it be easier to port the/parts of the AndEngine?
I tried, but it’s too Android specific. And I wanted to leave Java for good. C++ is life.
Wait 400 (real) days to win the game:
Born Punk has a Steam page and will be available on Gog:
Wonder what the game is doing with all that time? Mining bitcoins?
Also, how susceptible would it be to cheating (i.e. setting the clock to a future date) …
Reading the description, it sounds like there’s some kind of gameplay and alternative endings too, so simply waiting seems only one way to play.
Certainly makes me curious.
Cite: “But there are various ways how to play the game that the players will need to figure out themselves: You can speed up the time by collecting items in the cave and putting them in your underground living room.”
I think it’s been a year since I’ve backed the game on Kickstarter.
Btw., I hope you guys appreciate the developer’s name….
That looks really fun! And “Insert Disk 22”, what a great studio name!
@OctaviNavarro’s upcoming adventure game:
The Steam page for Rosewater is now live and can be wishlisted:
just finished The Supper. thanks for mentioning it, I wouldn’t have known about it otherwise. great job, Octavi! love it!
You should also try his other games if you haven’t already: