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We have 3554 adventure games in our database (excluding freeware titles). If you're looking for a specific game, try using our adventure game search page. You're currently on page 264 (of 297).
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Relentless Software  (2009)

Blue Toad Murder Files: Episode 2 - The Mystery of Riddle Manor

As one of the famous Blue Toad detectives in this co-operative downloadable six-episode series, players must solve puzzles, interrogate suspects, use powers of observation and investigate clues to uncover the strange goings on in this quaint and sleepy English village of Little Riddle.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 3.5
Relentless Software  (2009)

Blue Toad Murder Files: Episode 1 - Little Riddle’s Deadly Dilemma

As one of the famous Blue Toad detectives in this co-operative downloadable six-episode series exclusively for PlayStation 3, players must solve puzzles, interrogate suspects, use powers of observation and investigate clues to uncover the strange goings on in this quaint and sleepy English village of Little Riddle.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 3.5
Juanjo Barcelo Molina

Blue Moon: The Lucium Project

In 2057, a Terran astronaut came back from a mission on an alien spaceship, bringing back a fragment from a Black Cube never seen before, emitting strange radiations.

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MDNA Games  (2011)

Blue Madonna - A Carol Reed Mystery

Did the artist Christina Falk really kill herself? If so, why did she phone Carol the day before her death, wanting to hire her? And was it really Christina that called Carol? With a dead client, Carol hasn’t even got a case.

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Art of Mind Productions  (1995)

Blue Ice

Blue Ice is definitely not the typical game you are used to playing with: in fact, it is barely possible to compare it with another computer game.

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Quarium  (1997)

Blue Heat

Beautiful Holly Jacobson, an Los Angeles detective, must go undercover to catch a serial killer who is preying on the sexy models and cover girls of L.

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Tsunami Media  (1993)

Blue Force

You are Jake Ryan, rookie motorcycle cop. Ten years have passed since the unsolved murder of your parents, but threads of evidence still exist.

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Imagination Pilots  (1994)

Blown Away

You, the player, are James Dove, a member of the Boston Bomb Squad and an expert at dismantling bombs.

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Kibou Entertainment  (2021)

Blood Opera Crescendo

Blood Opera Crescendo is a 2D story-driven RPG investigative adventure in pixel art set in the Baroque era with mechanics inspired by the Ace Attorney and Persona series.

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Hannah Powell-Smith  (2018)

Blood Money

Blood Money is a 290,000-word interactive novel by Hannah Powell-Smith. When your cousin murders the city’s most notorious crime boss—your mother—a power struggle erupts across the criminal underworld.

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epicycle  (2012)

BlindSide

In this unique audio adventure game, Case is an assistant professor who wakes up blind, to find his city destroyed and mysterious creatures devouring people.

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iNK Stories Stage Clear Studios  (2019)

Blindfold

Step inside Iran’s infamous Evin Prison in this very short but harrowing companion piece to iNK Stories’ 1979 Revolution: Black Friday.

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