AGA stands for ‘Adventure Game Aficionado’. QED.
Rooted in classic Welsh mythology, this supernatural mystery leaves players all alone and a little adrift.
The gritty new crime thriller paints a promising picture, but it's a little too lifeless to be a masterpiece.
This indie adventure from Atropos Studios shows glints of bright promise, but you may have to dig a little to find it.
The secret is out and there's no need for alarm, as the WWII-themed adventure proves a solid espionage thriller.
The famed Danish storyteller wings his way from page to PC in his very own fairy tale adventure.
One of the least-heralded Lucasfilm oldies is still a classic worth wrapping your brain around.
SCUMM rises to the top in this point-and-click pioneer from the early days of Lucasfilm Games.
This ambitious independent production digs deep into unexplored areas of Greek mythology.
There's a swan lurking inside of this fictional tale of a young Hans Christian Andersen.
The Winter Rose takes amusing aim at fantasy adventure and comes close to hitting the bull's-eye.
This unheralded comic AGS game isn't just any point n click adventure. It's a darn good one.
Nick Bounty, the internet's Flashiest detective, returns for a second successful mystery adventure.
Berian finds an endearing little debut title hiding behind some unfortunate translation issues.
Listen up! This genre-defying, innovative title sounds like music to our ears.
Sure it's ancient Egypt (again), but it's Egypt like you've never seen it before.