Even a broken arm won't stop you from investigating the death of a brilliant recluse at his lonely, isolated home, but you're not alone as you dig into uncovering the identity of the killer and the truth behind his research in this incredibly tense adventure thriller made for VR, but playable on PC.
A supernatural fire rages out of control at the local asylum, but the staff may not be so innocent as they initially appear as you search throughout the fiery building to learn the truth behind the place. A creepy and downright gorgeous hidden-object adventure.
Quest for the Crown is not a breeze but a gale, racing down from the frigid peak of a mountain to blast you wide awake from your gaming funk and make you realise the brilliancy of the world you've been missing all along. And maybe — just maybe — change the way you look at the RPG genre forever.
Originally conceived as a Ludum Dare game, Pony Island has you trapped within a machine that's trying to bend you to its will. You'll need cleverness, fast hooves, and more than a little ingenuity to break free from this cunning, weird indie game that's full of surprises.
From mining basic raw resources to producing sci-fi hardware, this elaborate indie strategy sim with sandbox crafting and action elements has you single-handedly advancing an entire planet just to get home!
Makoto considers himself lucky to get a random inviting to the elite Hope's Peak Academy, but it quickly becomes apparent that he and the other 14 students may be anything but when they discover they're trapped inside, and the only way out... is to kill. A bizarre and creatively twisted surreal visual novel adventure that provides a lot of fun and cleverness, but trips itself up with a lot of tropes and clunky mechanics.
Alex and her friends, which includes her brand-new "just met tonight" step brother and a girl who blames her for Alex's brother's death, just want to hang out on the island and goof off. Too bad they didn't plan on stumbling across something slumbering beneath. A very character driven indie horror adventure with a human heart at its core.
In the wake of an apocalyptic flood that leaves the world devastated and scattered, one lone survivor finds a radio whose signal beckons them downriver. So begins a dangerous and thrilling journey in this gorgeous and captivating indie survival adventure, where danger, excitement, and the scoots lurk around every corner.
You can move away from people, you can lock yourself inside to escape from nature, but you can't never escape what's in your head in this free indie adventure thriller where an old house begins to change itself around you.
Available free to play on iOS and Android, or for a flat fee on Steam, this adorable indie casual island sim gives you a place to kick back with as you help the town grow around you. Perform quests. Catch bugs. Build a museum. Plant crops and flowers. All this and more await you in a cheery little Animal Crossing-alike that's fun for all ages.
Want to go on an epic quest but don't care for FPS, RPG and other strange abbreviations? Here's some fantasy-themed solitaire! Your land is in trouble, and you must find heroes from all four corners of the kingdom to defeat a horde of pillaging dragons, all through the magic of playing cards.
When a madman with a vendetta against the Mystery Trackers attacks the opera house and absconds with the leader's daughter, saving her is only the beginning as you track him down in this easy but campy and fun hidden-object adventure from Elephant Games.
Flux and her companion JuiceBox are just on their way to deliver some packages when their ship gets destroyed by a giant floating purple space head. Now they're stranded on an alien world, and they'll need to build, bash, and craft their way is they want to get home... as well as deal with the villain himself. A bizarre and fantastically funny indie action adventure with crossplatform play for desktop or Android and iOS that's worth every penny.
Mica: Apoptosis is a free indie horror adventure told from three different points of view of our main heroes. Each one seems so vastly different from the other yet it seems their lives are fated to intertwine. But are these heroes we are watching be born or villains? Though only the first few chapters are available now, more are coming soon!
Of all the mysterious things that could suddenly appear in your apartment and be the cause of worry, a potted plant isn't that high up on the list. But that's because you've never seen a plant like this before in this Twine-based text adventure with multiple endings.
Ever had a night out with friends in nature, enjoying the sounds of the fire, staring into the night sky and willing to talk about anything since you're so bored and the last bits of good gossip were shared an hour ago? Free indie game Longest Night is exactly that as a group of friends turn towards the constellations to help pass the time with one another. While recounting the history from long ago of the very odd world they live in we may even learn a few things about their own past.
Married life isn't the perfect bliss restaurant whiz Emily has hoped for... or at least, she and her husband seem to be bickering a lot more than usual. But when their daughter Paige comes down with a bizarre illness and the only cure is on the other side of the world, everyone will come together in this latest installment of the wildly popular casual time management series.
Sasha, Nikka, and Dimitri are great warriors loyal to the Dark Lord, and they've been sent to bring his son home when Prince Alexei elopes with an inferior (and smelly) human bride. In this quirky, funny free indie RPG adventure, they're scouring the castle for the prince, and wreaking plenty of mayhem, too.
Fantasy political machinations and underhanded dirty tricks abound in this single and online multiplayer indie card and board game of strategy and whimsical intrigue. Play it alone, online, or with two to six friends you didn't plan on keeping anyway.
After a space anomaly you, Captain Welmu for the Spacefleet, end up on the far side of the galaxy all alone with only your A.I unit to keep you company. On your way to returning home you run into a weak signal for help coming from a planet called Hox. Decided to appease your curiosity you go down to see if you can help, only, of course, to end up getting into your own predicament in this free online demo for a larger planned point-and-click adventure.
Mateusz Skutnik brings the story that began over ten years ago to a close in this tenth installment of his wildly popular point-and-click adventure series. But though the end may be in your grasp, getting there will be anything but easy.
When life starts feeling a little bland perhaps it's time to go and look for some color to put the jazz back into your step, while at the same time letting you SEE where you can step in this clever free indie puzzle platformer.
After the death of his twin sister tore his family apart four years ago, 16 year old Shuuki is just coasting through life. But after finding his older brother murdered and discovering the murderer is able to travel through time, Shuuki is determined to set things right. But when it becomes apparent he's up against a serial killer, Shuuki has to work harder and harder to keep people safe by changing the past, and maybe himself, in this exciting and engrossing indie visual novel adventure.
It's time to pay a visit to a very special hotel, where the guests are strange, and the dinner menu changes every night... just make sure you're not on it. Rusty Lake delivers a gorgeously creepy and extremely morbid point-and-click puzzle game for desktop or Android and iOS, where every hotel guest has a different set of needs, and YOU have some very unique recipes.
Simple can be smart, and this indie puzzle game is simply gorgeous to boot. Play as a little monster who just wants to build bunches of snowmen (and snowwomen!) by solving clever, tightly designed levels with rich atmosphere that will suck you in no matter what the weather is like outside. Also for iOS and Android!
The classic leviathan is back in a big way in this must-play action role-playing game version of Melville's American lit classic. Smash the ships, break open barrels for skills and special abilities and become an immortal oceanic god!
Jacques and Angelica were in love, but the wicked count wouldn't take no for an answer. Now in this hidden-object adventure, Jacques is imprisoned and to be executed for a murder he didn't commit, and his memories have been taken from him. But even when he escapes, the truth might not be so simple or easy to find in this morbid tale of love and obsession.
You're dying, and your desperation to find a cure brings you to a tiny town in the middle of nowhere. If you can complete a ritual over three days and dispel the curse on the mayor's daughter, you'll be granted The Secret of Life, but there's something even weirder going on in this creepy point-and-click hidden-object adventure.
Ah, welcome! You must be here to play our new state-of-the-art heist game. It's just... there's a little problem. Someone is already playing it. You don't mind waiting around for a bit, do you? You might even help us finish the current session so you can start your game as soon as possible. Sounds fun, right? What could possibly go wrong?
Taking in a stray kitten winds up casting you as the hero in a quest to save Christmas when a magical star is stolen. But who would want to stop Christmas from coming, and why? Elephant Games delivers a stunner of a holiday hidden-object adventure that's devilishly cute and not a little bittersweet, though perhaps a little light on challenge.
If your business is flopping, don't flip. Unless we're talking about burgers. Journey across 48 states in this casual addictive culinary spin on the classic solitaire game, where dozens and dozens of levels await as our heroine cooks her way to success.
You are the funk! Extrude your squidgy protuberances as a shapeless mass of fungus in untame's new otherworldly indie action platform puzzler. You play an amorphous colony of intelligent regenerating fungus, and maneuver it through a jaw-droppingly exquisite post-apocalyptic environment.
Daniel's lost the ring he was planning to use to propose to his childhood sweetheart, Chelsea, and the last place to look is their old hometown. But nothing is as he remembers it, and it's clear there's something strange going on in this creepy, satisfying free indie horror adventure from a talented two-person team.
A mere month after the release of the last game in the popular Mystery Case Files hidden-object adventure series, Eipix serves up another! You've been plucked delirious and wounded from the sea following the events of the last game, but even after you've been committed to an asylum, you're still the only one who can stop a great evil in this creepy casual adventure.
Have you ever met a bear-person questing for color crystals to stabilize the whole of space and time? No? Then the odds are very good that bear-person is you! This indie puzzle platformer is available in your browser, or as a Pay What You Want (including free) indie download!
City of Immigrants is the fourth in the series of Mission US educational point-and-click adventure game titles focusing on American History, created by Electric Funstuff under the auspices of New York PBS Station Channel 13. The year is 1907. You are Lena Brodsky, a 14-year-old Jewish Immigrant from Russia, making her way in the city of New York in the land of opportunity, America. The exploration and newness of Lena's immigrant experience is a natural fit for a video game framework, and it makes for another wonderful installment of the series.
Your sister was investigating the legends surrounding an old hotel that was once the site of a brutal murder, and now she's gone missing. To find her, you'll need to uncover the abandoned place's dark history in this creepy hidden-object adventure from Elephant Games.