Embers of Mirrim is a cinematic adventure platformer from Creative Bytes Studios. The game's titular character posses the unique ability to split into two "embers" in order to separately navigate and influence the environment. Inspired by 80's fantasy like The…
The Cave is an upcoming Double Fine, 2D adventure game from Maniac Mansion mastermind Ron Gilbert. We get our hands dirty as we explore the first 20 minutes of the Cave at PAX Prime 2012. Total awesome-sauce.
Pid is a gorgeous adventure puzzle platformer, and it is coming soon to XBLA, PSN, and Steam!
… and, apparently, Kirby’s return to 1993
When it comes to platforming, Rayman is no slouch. You don’t need limbs to run, jump, and climb, just a good set of floating hands and feet. We jump in with the Rayman Origins demo, currently available on your favorite gaming networks.
Alice: Madness Returns is the much anticipated follow up (by me, anyway) to 2000’s PC/Mac game American McGee’s Alice – the dark and gritty telling of Alice’s post-Looking Glassadventures in what has now become a twisted version of Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland. The original game had Alice following an anorexic, pierced Cheshire Cat around a grotesque Wonderland, presumably due to Alice’s inclement insanity, slashing her way through the Red Queen’s guards amongst other familiar faces from Carroll’s universe with a bloody knife, and the sequel delivers more of the same.
Epic Mickey takes a darker look at the world created by the mouse, by taking players to a world inspired by a time before the mouse existed. Gamers will immediately recognize the familiar tenants of adventure platforming, but the unique influences of Disney art and culture give the game a character all it’s own.