The Fables graphic novel series is getting the TellTale treatment.
The Wolf Among Us
A thrilling graphic adventure game from the studio behind Walking Dead - The Game. If you enjoy dark and moody comic books, you’re in for a treat. Telltale has done a fantastic job bringing Bill Willingham’s popular comic book series to life. Interact with the real world versions of well...
Explore the untold story of Michonne.
The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Miniseries
The Walking Dead: Michonne is an installment in the episodic adventure game series developed by Telltale Games, based on the acclaimed “The Walking Dead” comic book series created by Robert Kirkman. It centers on the “untold journey” of Michonne, an iconic character from the comic book series who’s “haunted by...
Telltale has what is essentially a season two of their Batman cinematic adventure game.
Batman: The Enemy Within
Telltale returns to Gotham City with five brand new episodes in their take on Batman. Things begin with The Riddler coming to town, but there will also be appearances by Joker, Harley Quinn, and Bane, among others. Telltale's cinematic adventure style with lasting decisions continues.
The zombie apocalypse saga continues in season 3 of Telltale's acclaimed series
The Walking Dead: A New Frontier
So you’ve played through Walking Dead: The Game and Walking Dead: The Game - Season 2, and maybe even checked out the spinoff miniseries The Walking Dead: Michonne. Now what? Well, the next natural step is to start playing season 3 of Telltale’s acclaimed video game adaptation of the “Walking...
Get ready for tons of choices and intrigue in this deluxe paranormal narrative.
Get ready to experience a story driven adventure unlike any other on iOS. The story can rival a TV show as you transition from teenage angst to paranormal activity with a continuous emphasis on character development. Choose the dialogue, decide which friends to save, and try to figure out the mystery at hand.
Decide what articles to publish under strict censorship by the government.
The Westport Independent lets you play as a newspaper editor trying to survive in a totalitarian state with strict censorship. You need you pick and choose the right articles, and the best headlines to continue to operate by making appealing articles to sell papers, but make sure those articles don’t prickle the feathers of the government.
Watch the interrogation footage, and try to figure out what happened.
An interactive crime drama with an aesthetic designed around a mid-90s computer that shows archived cassette tape style footage. In Her Story, your job is to comb through all of the archived footage by typing out specific words to find matching clips. Every video clip delivers live action content that is well performed as the actress really embraces the role, and the setting.
TellTale reinvents itself with a cinematic adventure based on the world of The Walking Dead.
Prepare to make tough decisions, and experience the consequences in this episodic adventure. Play as Lee Everett, and try to survive the zombie apocalypse in which those still living are more frightening than the undead.
Decide how to proceed in a totalitarian state as an apartment manager.
A choice based adventure game that pits you as an apartment manager within a totalitarian state. Your goal is to oversee your tenants as covertly as possible to see if they're doing anything against the state. The game lets you bug apartments, search belongings, profile tenants, and more.
Analyze every potential immigrant in a communist state.
You get to play as a border inspector in the communist state of Arstotzka, and your goal is to check travelers documents for any discrepancies. Papers, Please is the question you ask to each new visitor as you weed through proper immigrants, and visitors looking to find smugglers, spies, and terrorists.
Take control of a movie in real time with vital decisions.
An interactive movie with fully acted scenes and plot. You get to choose the direction of the narrative based on your dialogue choices. There are multiple roads to take, and your path is still unveiled as a fluid movie with each possibility acted out. It's like a Telltale game, but with real people, and even more forking storylines.
A sequel/follow up to A Normal Lost Phone with a brand new story.
A Normal Lost Phone delivers a narrative investigation as you piece together the life of the lost phone's owner. Now, there's a brand new phone and owner with a new story to unravel. Dive into apps to piece together the mystery of Laura's Story.
This episodic adventure game is the sequel to 2012’s App Store Game of the Year.
If you enjoy The Walking Dead, you’re going to love this episodic adventure game. It has the same gritty look and feel of the show, except you get to experience it for yourself. The sequel continues to story of Clementine under all new circumstances.