I did a preview article for Adam Wolfe a few months ago while it was still in development, but now the game has officially launched on October 7th, 2016.
Developers Mad Head Games first launched Adam Wolfe as a Steam Greenlight game and provided a free trial demo to allow players to test out the game.
After Officially being Greenlit, they went on to officially launch the first chapter in their four part saga onto Steam. Adam Wolf is a story-driven point-and-click adventure game, loaded with scores of puzzles to make you think and challenge your problem solving skills. The developers put together a new launch trailer for Adam Wolfe to showcase a bit of the story and gameplay.
The story follows protagonist Adam Wolfe as he solves supernatural mysteries and fights off otherworldly evil beings that threaten the city, or sometimes, the fate of the entire world. His sister went missing a few years before the official story for the game starts, ending with the trail going cold and his sister never being found. Now, his most recent case seems to be tied to his sister’s disappearance and he is out to seek answers for what is going on. Meanwhile, the developers seem to hint that there is a bigger more sinister plot at play that ties the entire thing together. Now that episode 1 is officially out, the developers have released a trailer for their second upcoming episode that is coming soon. Take a look at Adam Wolfe Episode 2’s trailer below.
I actually played the sneak peek demo the developers released a few months ago, and from the little I played I really liked the game. The voice acting, the story, and the graphical images were all pretty intriguing.
If you are interested in learning more about Mad Head Game’s newest puzzle adventure title, Adam Wolfe, you can check out the Steam Store page for more details. You can grab the game pretty cheap for the low price of $5.99 USD.
For additional details and information about Adam Wolfe, you can also visit their official website to learn more.
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