From there, the campaign will remain open indefinitely, and there will be stretch goals. The first stretch goal will be for development of the second story, and the second stretch goal will be the funding required to fund the full game. So, if you're interested in getting a new chapter of the full motion video horror adventure series, head to the crowdfunding page for The 7th Guest 3: The Collector and pick a pledge tier.
There are still 10 games to go, which will release in two batches, on May 29th and June 6th. If you want to get them all now, Steam also has a pack for each franchise as well as a pack for all 28 games, which costs just shy of $100 USD.
The crowd funded full motion video detective adventure game, Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure, is now available. Along with the original Tex Murphy, series creator Chris Jones, returning in the role, other actors include television, stage, and cinema legend June Lockhart, Kevin Murphy (of Mystery Science Theatre 3000 fame) and Seinfeld's Soup Nazi, Larry Thomas.You can purchase it now from Steam and GOG.com for $19.99.
The first fifty times someone mocked up their favorite property in the form of an old-school graphic adventure it was kind of cute, and maybe for you it still is. An UK illustrator has made some Monkey Island 1-esque screenshots of what Buffy the Vampire Slayer might have looked like coming out of 1990 LucasArts.
Find it droll, damn you.
Source: The A.V. Club
A team of experts behind the tabloid newspaper "Las Ultimas Noticias" down in Chile employed said expertise to deliver a list of the worst ten games of all time in a recent issue for your benefit. Except by "worst" they actually meant "best," because the list includes not only the immortal Psychonauts and Grim Fandango, but also the revered Okami and arcade classic Pac-Man.
Be sure to play right into their hands by taking the click-bait and reading more.
Source: Escapist Magazine
Examiner.com went and examined legendary game composer and Tim Schafer regular Peter McConnell in a brief interview published a few weeks ago. We've made excellent time, at least on the adjusted-for-Mojo grading scale.
Interestingly, McConnell expresses that he "can't wait" to get to work on the score for Broken Age part two. I've been putting off this highly anticipated game until the whole thing was released, so hopefully this doesn't portend delays. Actually, does it even have a date yet? Where's Jim Ward to focus these Double Fine slackers when you need him?
Actually, no, don't do that, at least not until we get actual control of the domain. But .com is working! And it will be for a year! Celebrate!
We'll now get back to your regular schedule of late news.
You, as us, probably love a good Mojo downtime. Not to mention a good Mojo-domain-not-renewed-time. And that is the current problem: mixnmojo.com is dead (for now) and we have (possibly) temporarily migrated to mixnmojo.co.
So, if you have bookmarks or RSS feeds pointing to .com, please change them to mixnmojo.co. Plus, feel free to spread the word about this on Twitter, Facebook, whatever if you so feel like it. Thanks!
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The next three batches will be released on May 15th, May 26th, and June 6th. If you don't want to wait, you can have all the games now by purchasing packs, which are available by series, or in the Humongous Entertainment pack which will get you all 28 Humongous Entertainment games now for just under $100 USD.