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The Adventure Games - Point and Click Database

Adventure Games starting with the A-YEAR-ASC



We have 227 adventure games in our database that start with the A. If you're looking for a specific game, try using our adventure game search page. You're currently on page 12 (of 19).
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Moondrop  (2014)

Amphora

Amphora is a peculiar puzzle game that mix story elements and physics. Uncover the story of a girl in a world of intertwined tales – tales that blend together, creating a curious narrative.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 3.5
Anas Abdin  (2014)

Anastronaut II: The Dark Side

The story continues with Anas imprisoned aboard a cargo ship on a destruction course with a star.

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Midian Design Screen 7  (2014)

The Apotheosis Project

Penelope Barker and Aaron S. Reid are agents of an extra-governmental corporation.

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Gato Salvaje  (2014)

AR-K: Episode 2 - The Girl Who Wasn’t There

The second episode in the planned four-part sci-fi indie adventure series. .

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 2.5
Born3d  (2014)

Archangel: Martian Orbit

It’s the end of the 20th century. The human race is nearing the coming apocalypse - wars, nuclear threats and global starvation.

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Hoostbank Games  (2015)

Adventures of Frederik Ceppo

Frederik Ceppo is an “ordinary” man from Finland who lives an extraordinary life in the town of Likajoki, Finland (In English, the town of Filth River)! When things start to go sour he is the only man who can save the future of the citizens of his town; even though he lives in a dumpster-like environment, gets his pizza from homeless people and has to drink his beer in the back room of the bar.

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Pigasus  (2015)

Adventurezator: When Pigs Fly

This user-friendly game design engine includes a single player campaign in which you play the adventures of Edmund, the human-turned-pigman while he tries to become a human again, and his sidekick Zookwinkle the Gnome.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 3
Yak & co  (2015)

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise

Your mission (should you choose to accept it, of course) is to infiltrate enemy spy Ruby La Rouge’s secret hideaway and catch her! Uncover a stylish ‘60s themed world full of hidden contraptions and clever logic based puzzles.

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Ape Law  (2015)

Alice’s Lullaby: Episode 1

Alice’s Lullaby is a three-part first-person horror adventure game set in a dark subterranean world.

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Crashable Studios  (2015)

Alum

Alum explores the city of Cosmos, looking for answers about how a plague that has consumed his loved ones is spreading.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 3
Zeros2Heroes  (2015)

Animism: The Book of the Emissaries

Unlock the mysteries shrouding the creatures of Oxbridge University! Investigate with the lovely Khakisa Darkwater and her love-struck companion, the somewhat dashing and somewhat dorky Declan Grey as they match wits with the otherworldly denizens of this strange place.

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Daedalic Entertainment Krams Design  (2015)

Anna’s Quest

A brave young girl named Anna lives a peaceful life with her grandfather until a mysterious illness befalls him.

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Recommended Adventure Games starting with A

Amnesia: Rebirth

Amnesia: Rebirth

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Arise – A Simple Story

Arise – A Simple Story

Arise uses creative level design, gorgeous visuals and challenging environmental puzzles to explore the length and breadth of a full lifetime. A few presentation issues aside, it’s a moving, thought-provoking experience that tells a complete story with scarcely a word.


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