Andrew Goulding from Brawsome has just released a walkthrough video on youtube of his swashbuckling adventure game, Jolly Rover! He's also provided some narration with the video, giving reasons for the design decisions behind some of the features he's implemented in the game which will ease a few of the unnecessary and redundant steps seen in point 'n click graphical adventure games of the past.
The demo shows off two scenes and three characters, and I have to tell you, it looks incredible! The LucasArts and Sierra teams who worked on some of the big graphic adventure games of the past had teams of thirty or so involved, and it was a huge feat when John Passfield and co. produced an equally impressive game with just three people on Flight of the Amazon Queen, and now we might be seeing Brawsome matching and perhaps even surpassing such an accomplishment. From Andrew:
This build includes some near final music and a few more sound effects.
In the current build, voice recording for the game is about 25% done with nearly 1000 lines already recorded, over 95% of the 350+ animations are final and in game and 40% of backgrounds.