The Most Wonderful Time of the Year: The Phoenix Online Winter Sale!

by on Dec.21, 2017, under featured, store

That’s right, it’s that time of year again–our Winter Sale is on! Head over to the Phoenix Online Store now to save up to 80%! All Phoenix Online games are on sale, and our soundtracks too! Now through January 4th, so it’s a perfect time to give the gift of the adventure!

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Pumpkin Spiced and Not Too Latte: The Phoenix Online Halloween Sale!

by on Oct.26, 2017, under featured, store

We’re celebrating awesome adventure games, the Halloween season, and caffeine all at once this year!

Get up to 80% off in the Phoenix Online Store now through Nov. 5th! Because even after Halloween, it’s not too latte to enjoy the season–or the games!

And if you love the Suffer and his Creepy Coffee buddy as much as we do, then you’ll love these icons and desktop backgrounds!

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The Last Door Update! Both Seasons Now Available in French, German, Italian, Spanish, and More!

by on May.23, 2017, under featured, publishing, the last door, updates

There’s a big update today for The Last Door!We’ve just added localizations for French, German, and Italian in both seasons, on PC and mobile platforms!And you bet we’re celebrating!For the next week, both seasons are 66% off in the Phoenix Online Store, and mobile IAPs are just $.99 on Android and in iTunes.If you haven’t yet opened The Last Door, now is definitely the time to do it!For now, enjoy the new trailer–in English, French, German, Italian, or Spanish!English:French:German:Italian:Spanish:

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The Winter Holiday Sale Is Here!

by on Dec.22, 2016, under featured


Happy Holidays! Our gift to you this year: save 50-75% off in the Phoenix Online Store from now through January 2nd!

We’re very excited for 2017 and the long-awaited conclusion of The Silver Lining! As always, thank you for your support this year and we look forward to seeing what else 2017 will bring us. Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

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The Silver Lining: Haunted Castle Experience Available Now! And Episode 5 Coming in 2017!

by on Nov.10, 2016, under featured, tsl

We are thrilled to release today The Silver Lining: Haunted Castle Experience and to announce that the highly-anticipated final episode of their King’s Quest fangame The Silver Lining will be releasing in 2017! The Silver Lining: Haunted Castle Experience as the player walks through a haunted version of the Isle of the Crown, as well as creepy versions of scenes and characters from the first four Episodes. The game is available for free exclusively at the Phoenix Online Store (store.POStudios.com) for PC, with Mac, Linux, and a VR-compatible with the HTC Vive versions coming soon.

 “We’ve been steadily working on Episode 5 for a long time, and we’re finally at a point where we feel we can confidently promise it will be out next year,” said Katie Hallahan, PR Director and co-designer of The Silver Lining. “The Haunted Castle Experience is a unique way to give a sneak peek of what’s to come while having some fun with the Halloween season, plus we got to test the waters with a VR-compatible experience. And this is just the beginning of the lead-up for Episode 5. There’ll be more news coming as we get into 2017 and closer to announcing a definite release date.”

In the first four episodes of The Silver Lining, King Graham traveled the Land of the Green Isles in search of a cure for a sleeping curse placed on his children, Alexander and Rosella. In the process, a thousand-year-old prophecy concerning his family and the mysterious Shadrack, leader of the Black Cloak Society, came to light along with deeply hidden secrets about Valanice and their family’s enemies. Episode 5 will see Graham and Valanice journey into the land of dreams to free their children and confront their enemies in one final stand of darkness and light. All four episodes are available for free for PC at the Phoenix Online Store (store.POStudios.com).

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The Last Door Season 2 Collector’s Edition is Now Available for iOS and Android!

by on Oct.27, 2016, under featured, news, publishing, store, the last door

Just in time for Halloween, Phoenix Online and Publishing and The Game Kitchen today announced the release of the mobile edition of The Last Door: Season 2 Collector’s Edition on the iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id1124033801?mt=8) and Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.postudios.tlds2) Stores. In Season 2 of this “must-play for those who enjoy stories about the occult,” (AdventureGamers.com), players will delve further into the madness of the Veil across four episodes of the low-res graphics, high suspense horror adventure. Already featuring new characters, a larger world, more puzzles, new mysteries, upgraded art and effects, more gameplay, and exclusive bonus content, the mobile version also offers full EFIGS localization, which will soon make its way to the PC version. The first episode of this chilling horror tale inspired by the works of Edgar Allen Poe and H.P. Lovecraft is available for free, with the rest available for a one-time in-app purchase of $3.99, and the PC versions of both seasons are part of the Halloween sale going on now in the Phoenix Online Store (store.POStudios.com).

As Dr. John Wakefield, psychiatrist to Season 1’s protagonist Jeremiah Devitt, players will set out in search of his missing client and soon be drawn into the haunting web of forbidden knowledge, madness, and a deeper conspiracy hiding it all. As the search moves beyond England, can Jeremiah be found? Or will Wakefield merely find that he, too, is about to become lost in the search for the Last Door?

“The three years we’ve been working on The Last Door series has been an incredible journey!” says Mauricio Garcia, CEO of The Game Kitchen. “We have given our best to create a meaningful experience for everybody, and we strongly believe that we’ve created something unique, that people are enjoying as much as they did the first season.”

Released for PC, Mac, and Linux in March of this year, The Last Door: Season 2 Collector’s Edition quickly joined Season 1 in becoming a best-seller, receiving praise from critics and fans alike for its compelling story, haunting soundtrack and sound design, and for bringing a satisfying conclusion to the series. In the first season, a “love letter to Lovecraft” (PennyArcade.com) released in 2014, players stepped into the shoes of Jeremiah Devitt to explore ancient mansions, decaying tenements, and the twisting, fog-filled alleys of London in search of memories Devitt had forgotten, but which had driven an old friend to suicide. Seasons 1 and 2 are available for PC, Mac, and Linux, as well as on mobile platforms for iOS and Android.

Key Features:

  • Sequel to the  award-winning point-and-click Victorian era horror adventure, The Last Door
  • Four episodes and exclusive extras and bonus content in one limited-edition set
  • Guide Dr. Wakefield through new locations, characters, scenes, and puzzles in a new compelling mystery
  • Search for and uncover forbidden knowledge that may drive you mad in a game inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft and Edgar Allan Poe
  • Full translations available in French, Italian, German, and Spanish
  • Features a brand new haunting, original musical score by Carlos Viola

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Summer Sale Extended!

by on Jul.05, 2016, under featured

We’ve extended our Summer Sale for another 48 hours! Last chance to get up to 80% off on these great adventure games – head over to store.postudios.com to get yours!

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Tick’s Tales: Up All Knight Is Available Now!

by on Jun.09, 2016, under featured, Ticks Tales

A decree has been sent forth to all the lands to announce the release of the hilarious 8-bit adventure, Tick’s Tales: Up All Knight! Be on the look-out and ever vigilant against the mischievous Tick, whose ulterior motives have sent him on a good old-fashioned quest! Colorful retro-graphics meet a modern comedic narrative in this send-up and homage to the classic point-and-click quest adventures. Now available for PC, Mac and Linux on the Phoenix Online Store (store.postudios.com), Steam, the Humble Bundle Store, the App Store and other online retailers for 10% off the regular price of $7.99 for one week.

Neighborhood troublemaker Tick wants nothing more than to be a hero and earn the love of the girl of his dreams, Georgia McGorgeous. The only way is to pass the tests of Strength, Courage, and Wisdom to prove his worth and draw the legendary Sword of Blergh from the stone! But before Tick can win her heart, he will also have to save Georgia and his entire town from the clutches of the evil goblin Bloodclot!


“Tick’s Tales is a true homage to the classic adventure games,” said Katie Hallahan, PR Director for Phoenix Online Publishing. “From the art-style to the puzzles and the in-jokes that will get a laugh from everyone who’s ever enjoyed a classic Sierra or LucasArts adventure: This game is made by a fan for the fans and feels like a game straight out that era in all the best ways. And the fact that Bryce made this entire game by himself makes it even more impressive!”

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Tick’s Tale: Up All Knight: Meet Tick’s Neighbors

by on Jun.07, 2016, under developer diary, featured, Ticks Tales


Last week, we heard more about Tick of Tick’s Tales–this week, creator Bryce tells us about Tick’s allies, enemies and the girl of his dreams!


Though Gandarf shares his name with another well known mighty wizard, I wanted him to be the primary victim of Tick’s mischief. Growing up, I think we many of us had the old neighbor down the road who was fed up with the young whipper-snapper’s shenanigans. That’s Gandarf, powerful though he may be, he can’t seem to rid himself of this pesky Tick.


Tick is completely reckless. His motives for trying to become a knight are completely selfish, and so my intent with introducing Bloodclot was to have that recklessness finally catch up with him. I decided to create, Bloodclot as a villain who threatens to destroy the town, kidnap Georgia McGorgeous, and make Tick his snack. Tick may try to weasel his way into becoming a knight, but in order for him to defeat his true foe, he’s going to need to dig deep.

Georgia McGorgeous

I thought it’d be great to have Tick’s love interest only means of communicating with him be through his daydreaming. This would keep the player wondering: Does Georgia actually like Tick? Or is that just his imagination running wild? Does Georgia even exist?

Frankie Rockfist

Tick doesn’t just have one villain to deal with. Frankie Rockfist is Georgia’s current boyfriend, and also the leader of the “Super cool secret club,” a group of malicious gangsters out to subvert him on his quest to defeat Bloodclot.

Pay Period 2 (May 2015)

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Tick’s Tales: Up All Knight: Meet Tick!

by on Jun.03, 2016, under developer diary, featured, Ticks Tales

With his adventure game debut coming in less than a week, it’s time to meet the star of Tick’s Tales from none other than his creator, Bryce Covert!


“Tick’s characterization as a troublemaker really started from the realization that most adventure game protagonists are troublemakers in disguise. You break into houses, take stuff, and often lie. What if all the townspeople recognized the protagonist as such?

In writing, people say, ‘Show, don’t tell.’ I figured the best way to show Tick being outed as a whippersnapper was to have Gandarf be fed up with all the hardship Tick has caused him, whether it’s burning down his house, freeing his pet dragon, or stealing his magic cowboy hat.”

“Often in adventures, good guys do good guy things just because they’re good guys. I didn’t want it to be so for Tick. I wanted it to perhaps seem to others that he was turning over a new leaf, when, in fact, he is trying to do a noble thing like becoming a knight  for a purely selfish interest (impressing Georgia McGorgeous). Additionally, I wanted to make sure that the means by which Tick becomes a knight where decidedly un-knightly.”

Will Tick end up doing the right things for the right reasons and becoming a true hero? Find out on June 9th when Tick’s Tales: Up All Knight releases!

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