Adventure Gamers started as a humble fan site in 1998 but grew into one of the premier online magazines of its kind and the largest English-language website devoted to the adventure genre. We specialize in covering computer and video games that focus on puzzle solving within a narrative framework, from the oldest text and graphic adventures (such as Zork, King’s Quest, and Monkey Island) up through today’s upcoming releases (such as Return to Monkey Island, STASIS: BONE TOTEM, Simon the Sorcerer: Origins, and The Expanse: A Telltale Series).
Adventure Gamers is the #1 source for comprehensive coverage of the Adventure Game genre, our Adventure Games database has details of over 5000 Adventure Games! Use the Discover feature, to search through our database to uncover hidden gems that match exactly your preferences, or directly search the database based on specified keywords.
What are popular adventure game companies?
When we talk about adventure games, it's impossible to not mention LucasArts, Sierra On-line or Infocom. They really set the early day standards for Adventure Games. Popular modern examples are Daedalic Entertainment, Revolution, Telltale Games, DONTNOD and other companies.
What are promising new adventure games?
Based on traffic on our adventure game website, you should really keep an eye on Return to Monkey Island, STASIS: BONE TOTEM, Simon the Sorcerer: Origins, The Expanse: A Telltale Series, Oxenfree II: Lost Signals, Phonopolis, The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me, Star Trek: Resurgence, Colossal Cave 3D, IMMORTALITY, we cover them all!
What are popular adventure games right now?
Popuplar and trending adventure games of this week are: Crowns and Pawns: Kingdom of Deceit, Highly Likely, Leprechaun Shadow, Voodoo Detective, Ib (remake), Syberia: The World Before, NORCO, NeonLore, President Rocket Game.
What are (point and click) adventure games?
Adventure games are all about stories, exploring worlds and solving puzzles. Adventure games focus on puzzle solving within a narrative framework, generally with few or no action elements. Other popular names for this genre are “graphic adventure” or “point and click adventure”, but these represent only part of a much broader, diverse range of games.
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