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You'll find the Best Adventure Games, as well as exciting new Adventure Games like Beyond a Steel Sky, Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure, BEAUTIFUL DESOLATION, Draugen, Creaks, Firmament, Technobabylon: Birthright, The Poisoned Pawn: A Tex Murphy Adventure, Twin Mirror, Someday You’ll Return, and many more. Get the latest Adventure Game details, read reviews, view screenshots, trailers or consult our walkthroughs.

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City Interactive  (2009)

Art of Murder: Hunt for the Puppeteer

The United States is stricken by a series of mysterious, brutal murders. A seemingly similar death is discovered across the ocean in Paris, France.

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Cryo  (2002)

Arthur’s Knights II: The Secrets of Merlin

Bradwen, the illegitimate son of the King of the Atrebates, returns home to claim the throne.

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Cryo  (2001)

Arthur’s Knights: Tales of Chivalry

Travel to an age of Kings and Queens, Monster and Magic. Live the legend of the Order of the Round Table and become Bradwen, a Medieval hero who will forge his fate with the aid of renowned characters King Arthur and Merlin.

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Infocom Challenge, Inc.  (1989)

Arthur: The Quest for Excalibur

An illustrated piece of interactive fiction written by Bob Bates. It was the thirty-fourth and penultimate game published by Infocom.

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Enigma Games  (2017)

The Artifact

Awoken from hypersleep you find yourself adrift in space. Your crew is missing, the entire ship appears to have been abandoned, and only a strange alien device remains.

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Motoda Media  (2016)

The Artist

Sucked into The Artist’s canvas world, you must solve the strange puzzles scattered across his island to find a way back home.

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Simon Says: Watch! Play!  (2013)

ASA: A Space Adventure

After completing repairs on an old satellite, an astronaut becomes mesmerized by a mysterious black cube that suddenly lurches in space, severing his security cable.

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DGform  (2011)

Aspectus: Rinascimento Chronicles

Netherlands, 1520. The Destroyers of Art come out of paintings and materialize from statues to infect the art and wreck a small town.

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nDreams  (2016)

The Assembly

The Assembly, a mysterious organization hidden from the world, has been experimenting outside the constraints of government scrutiny and society’s morals.

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Hungry Planet Games  (2013)

Astroloco: Worst Contact

In the far future, humans explore and colonize space using ridiculously deadly, moon-sized trains called Astro Locomotives.

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Hyper-quest  (1994)

Astronomica: The Quest for the Edge of the Universe

A brilliant astronomer – on the verge of discovering the fate of the universe – is missing from the top-secret SkyQuest AstroLab.

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Mickaël Pixoala

Asylopole

Asylopole is a satirical old-school adventure game set in a dystopian future. You play the role of Adam Murdock, a psychiatrist working in a gigantic asylum.

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Recommended Adventure Games

The Inner World: The Last Wind Monk

The Inner World: The Last Wind Monk

Though still an enjoyable adventure with high production values, The Last Wind Monk marks something of a tonal shift in the series. Part of what made The Inner World so appealing was its charm, and the sequel ends up leaving a little of that behind in favor of a darker story full of challenging puzzles.

Lake Ridden

Lake Ridden

Lake Ridden‘s spookiness is slightly undone by its attempts to appeal to horror, puzzle, and drama fans alike, but the end result is still worth the trip.