Sierra Adventure Games announces new adventures for 2018

A little over a year ago, Sierra Adventure Entertainment announced that it would be bringing its award-winning Sierra adventure games to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with all three platforms coming to PS4 and Xbox One in 2019.

Today, the company announced that they’ve also released a new adventure for the PC: the Adventure Academy for PC.

The new adventure comes in two parts: the first part is a standalone adventure, which has been updated for the Xbox One and PC and comes with new features, such as more character classes, more equipment, and new story elements.

The second part of the adventure is a full-fledged adventure, but the developer has been hard at work improving on the existing content to make it more complete and playable.

The first part of this adventure is called the “Sierra Adventure Adventure Games: The Quest for Infinity,” and is the first of a two-part adventure.

The game is currently available for the PlayStation Store, Xbox Marketplace, and Steam.

You can learn more about the game here .

It’s a free-to-play adventure, meaning you can buy and play it on your own.

You get a lot of content for your money, including a new set of playable characters, a new skill tree, and more.

The second part is “The Adventure Academy,” a separate story-driven adventure.

This is the full-length adventure for PC, and it is a story-based experience, with the main character taking on new roles and responsibilities throughout the story.

The story is told from the point of view of a young boy who’s about to be recruited into a new school of magical arts, and you will be able to experience this world through the eyes of a different character.

It’s an entirely new game experience for the series, and the developer is hard at it improving the story in every way possible, so expect it to be better in every aspect.

For more information on the game, check out the official release trailer here and read our in-depth interview with the game’s producer, Josh Hensley.

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