Draco’s Misfortune is an Adventure, Role-playing, and Single-player video game developed and published by Bloodline Games. The game takes the player on an epic journey full of beautiful and strange characters through a set of fascinating locations. Every cruel turn of the fate, the bounty hunters become the hunted, as the duo race attempt to clear their names and escape the clutches of the Valley. The gameplay takes the inspiration from the old classic titles like the Monkey Island. It is a point-and-click video game but comes with lots of twists and lets the player to use the keyboard for movement and exploration as well as to interact with objects in the available scene. The game introduces several factors, such as a sandbox approach to challenging quests with different outcomes that can have lasting effects throughout the game. A statistics system of RPG-style is available that affects approximately all aspects of gameplay and the fame system. There are two playable characters, and each has a unique background, personality, and plots. Multiple ways will let the player complete the game with different results and endings.
The Journey Down: Chapter One takes you to an amazingly enigmatic underland setting and allows you to set yourself up into the character of Bwana who accompanies her companion named as Kito in order to search for a lost Journal. As the protagonist, you’ll have to go through challenging puzzles, obstacles and an unfriendly environment in order to find out Bwana’s long lost father, Captain Kaonandodo. With amazing point-and-click aesthetics, The Journey Down: Chapter One immerses you into an amazing journey and adventure in which you’ll have to follow a twisted plot and witness amazingly breathtaking moments. With a superb game setting, great visuals and sounds and an addictive game-play, The Journey Down: Chapter One is one of the best Episodic and Interactive, Puzzle-platform, games to play and enjoy.
Lancelot’s Hangover: The Quest for the Holy Booze is an Adventure, Point-and-Click, and Single-player video game developed by Jean-Baptiste de Clerfayt. The game takes place in the 2D environment where the player steps into the shoes of the protagonist named Lancelot, who is a knight of the Round Table. According to the plot, the king assigns the player a quest to go and find the Holy Grail and put some booze in it to celebrate the massive party in England that he has never seen before. But, the Grail is buried deep into the dangerous places where strange things happen. In the retro-style point-and-click adventure, the player will experience the silly rumors and also encounter the accurate historical facts. Several mini-games are available, and each has its unique objective to complete. Lancelot’s Hangover: The Quest for the Holy Booze includes key features such as a huge set of Dialogues, Play as a Knight, Mini-Games, and more. With immersive gameplay, smooth controls, and excellent mechanics, Lancelot’s Hangover: The Quest for the Holy Booze is a good game to play.
Toonstruck is an Adventure and Single-player video game developed by Burst Studios and published by Virgin Interactive Entertainment. Some excellent hand-drawn graphics and animated characters are introduced by the game, but the protagonist is represented as a live-action character who can interact with the cartoon world around him to advance. It presents a point-and-click adventure, in which the player controls the protagonist named Christopher Lloyd and must progress through the story to develop. A bottomless bag is introduced as an inventory bag, and the player can place items in it to use when need. In the game, the player takes on the role of Drew Blanc, an animator of The Fluffy Fluffy Bun Bun Show. Sometimes, life hasn’t turned out the way as planned. In the game world, when the creativity of the player has left the town, and thing it can’t get worse, then it does. In the start, the player finds himself in a strange environment where needs to find out secrets to getting home.
LUNA: The Shadow Dust lets the player experience the blend of Puzzle, Point-and-Click, and Adventure game elements, developed by Lantern Studio and published by Coconut Island Games. The story centers on two playable companions drawn together in a puzzle adventure, introducing a breathtaking soundtrack and 2D cinematics. Behind the dark reality, a strange world awaits illumination. So the player can embark on a magical journey as a young boy along with his companion as they struggle to solve the tricky puzzles and trackback the old memories which brought them to life with visually stunning and speechless cinematics. Get into the tower of dark that stands at the brink of the land and find out the hand-painted cinematics, challenging puzzles and haunting music. Experience the Single-player mode with dual character control and attempt to solve problems from various perspectives. Find out a storyline of real courage with two characters drawn through an inseparable bond. LUNA: The Shadow Dust includes vital features such as Engaging Original Soundtrack, Dual Character Control, Traditional Character Animation, etc.
Scheming Through The Zombie Apocalypse: The Beginning takes place in the post-apocalyptic world full of vicious zombies, developed by Entertainment Forge. The game introduces Single-player mode only, and it offers a perfect mix of Puzzle, Point-and-Click, Atmospheric Puzzle, and Dark Humor game elements. As the game starts, you find yourself connected with a retired salesman rabbit named Hank and his canine pal, as they use their valuable knowledge of influence and persuasion to make a way through the apocalypse. With the perfect use of real-time influence tactics and the dark comedy, the story-driven game takes the player behind the wheel of the choices of the player. The main task of the player is to convince the animal to get into the dangerous looting locations. The player should polish his bargain skills to not only persuade the animals but also send them on epic missions to scavenge. Scheming Through The Zombie Apocalypse: The Beginning offers vital features such as Survive the Zombie Apocalypse, Gambling Items, Trade Items to Earn Profit, and more.
Scheming Through The Zombie Apocalypse Ep2: Caged is an Adventure, Point-and-Click, and Single-player video game developed by Entertainment Forge and published by GrabTheGames. It takes place in the beautiful world where the game continues the journey of Hank and Larry through the zombie apocalypse. During the gameplay, the player needs to use the new influence tactics to manipulate the animals into scavenging for him. While playing the game, the player needs to bargain with animals to convince them to scavenge for him and split the loot. Control the scavenger in critical situations and trade with gamble items to make the highest value. The main objective of the player is to learn a thing or two about influencing other characters. Experience the thrilling gameplay of driving through the zombie apocalypse ruined roads. Survive as long as possible in a set of levels to make the best points and use the loot to increase the abilities. Scheming Through The Zombie Apocalypse Ep2: Caged includes prominent features such as Human Dominated World to Explore, NPCs to Interact, Learn new Things, Survive without Work too Hard, and more.
Slap Village: Reality Slap is an Adventure, Point-and-Click, and Single-player Puzzle video game offered by MonkeyToons for Multiple Platforms. It takes place in the exciting environment, featuring stunning gameplay inspired by the classics of the genre combining the Wild West environment with a modern concept. The storyline revolves around the protagonist, a female character named Lurditas, set in the universe with characters and scenarios from the ancient time. Interact with alien species or revelation of conspiracies are just piece of mysteries with which the player will be confronted during the massive journey. During the gameplay, the player needs to find all the hidden secrets in the Wild West environment. The story follows a young girl who set off an adventure to challenge her bravery and skills. There’s a world full of eccentric characters and offer completely unique settings, including the Native American town of movie makers. Experience realistic adventure gameplay fully loaded with humor and features that resemble the classic of the genre. Slap Village: Reality Slap includes prominent features such as 2D Graphics, Puzzle-solving Gameplay, and more.
Talk to Strangers is a Point-and-Click and Single-player Survival video game brought to you by Post Mortem Pixels. It takes place in the 2D world, and the game puts you in the role of the protagonist who needs to show off his abilities while surviving every day of his life. While playing the game, you must survive door to door conversations, ranging from mundane to bizarre and must struggle to sell products to strangers to earn money. In the game, you’re a salesman, and your objective is to sale listed products to strangers and advance through to the game to survive. But when playing the game, you need to beware, the world you’re in nothing precisely that it seems in the neighborhood. Start your work early in the morning and begin to sell products of the varied natures. To succeed, you have to put your small talk into good use and boost up your sale to become the master. Manage your money and try to balance your spending between items and motel daily costs that help you deal with depression and rage.
Four Last Things is a Point-and-Click, Adventure, and Single-player video game developed and published by Joe Richardson for Microsoft Windows. The game lets the player use point-and-interface to manipulate the environment and must control the protagonist to advance the storyline. It is about sin, death, judgment, hell, and heaven as well, and the player needs to strive to improve the story. There are several exciting levels, and each level has a unique background and a set of tasks to complete. While playing the game, the player can enjoy the original music and the fully interactive world. Interact with other characters to uncover the secrets about the planet the player is standing in and behind the story. There are several characters, and each has a unique behavior. Using the point-and-click interface, the player can interact with objects, manipulate them, and find out the secrets to become the master. Four Last Things offer core features such as Interactive World, Classical Music, Renaissance Artwork, Pointing and Clicking, Sinful Behavior, and more.
The Procession to Calvary offers a perfect mix of Adventure, Point-and-Click, 2D Side-scroll, and Single-player Puzzle video game developed by Joe Richardson. The story starts with the holy war, which is over, and the enemies have been dominated, the buildings lay in ruin, and tons of people have been killed. But that’s all not good news, the Heavenly Peter has escaped the clutches, and the protagonist is tasked with the mission of locating him at any cost. However, the journey of the player starts and take him through a richly detailed landscape made up of hundreds of different paintings. In the game, the player steals a ship, feed the donkey, and then try to compete in a talent contest. Implementation of traditional point-and-click interface with the interaction menu will take the gaming experience to the next level. Classical music will amuse the player, and in the game, the character of the player is loaded with a mighty sword that can be used against rival characters. The Procession to Calvary includes prominent features such as Surreal Visuals, Standalone Storyline, Optional Murder, Classic Music, Renaissance Artwork, and more.
Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure is an Adventure, Point-and-Click, and Single-player video game offered by Stuck in Attic for Multiple platforms. The game allows the player to have fun with a comedy-themed horror adventure and complicated tasks to complete, and all these things take place in the stimulating environment of Darkham, a place that never welcomes to anyone. But nowadays, kooky cults are venturing every area to invade everyone. It acts as a modern adventure that is heavily inspired, introduces exquisite HD art, detailed animation, and the lengthy storyline that will discover three protagonists who travel throughout the world to deal with abominations both human-made and cosmic. There are more than sixty hand-painted environments and comes with 2D animation. The game features two protagonists and reveals seventy fully voiced characters. More than 12,000 Dialogue Lines, Dynamic Lighting Effects, Hint System, Original Soundtracks, etc. are core features. With detailed graphics, relaxed controls, and superb mechanics, Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure is a fascinating game to play.