Lost Grimoires: Stolen Kingdom, the new adventure game by Artifex Mundi and World-LooM Games, will debut on the November 10th. The new title features vibrant art and a captivating story, set in a magical world of alchemy, witchcraft, fantastical animals, and courtly intrigue.
Eventide 2: Sorcerer’s Mirror, a sequel to Eventide: Slavic Fable will launch on most platforms on 13 October.
Eventide: Slavic Fable will appear on Xbox One on the 23rd of September. The highly acclaimed title from Artifex Mundi and The House of Fables that takes the player on a memorable trip through Slavic myths is the 6th one in Artifex Mundi Xbox One published games portfolio.
Nightmares from the Deep: A Hidden Object Adventure has just been released. It has been developed by Artifex Mundi and G5 Entertainment as a bold mix of features from one of the most popular HOPA adventure games, and the free-to-play model. Set in the 18th century in the eternal Caribbean, the game allows players to immerse themselves in the colorful world of legendary pirates, voodoo, mysterious islands, bustling ports, haunted ruins, shipwrecks, and magical beings jealously guarding their treasure.
Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones is the conclusion of the Nightmares of the Deep series, with the stakes being raised to new heights, and Davy Jones sinking to new depths in terms of how far he will go to get what we he wants. While it doesn’t go as many places as previous entries, it is the best looking game to date, as well as the best playing, introducing variety at every turn, and adding in extra things to find along the way.
Following the story of Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart, comes Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call, another adventure for Sarah Black to partake in, as her involvement with Davy Jones is far from over. Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call is an improvement not only for the genre but the series that shows that Artifex Mundi doesn’t rely on its laurels, and has made a beautiful-looking game that is rewarding to play.
On Friday, August 26, all Xbox One aficionados around the world will get the opportunity to play the second chapter of the smash hit series Nightmares from the Deep and accompany Sarah Black on her quest to the island ruled with an iron fist of mayor Murray who, according to a legend, has the power to summon the mythical Kraken.
Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart was released in 2012, and made its way onto Steam in 2014. While not much time has passed even from its initial release, the game’s hand-drawn art style, this game does hold up in terms of art and presentation, but its cutscenes are a bit lacking. It otherwise is a solid game for all ages in 2016.