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We have 3440 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 236 (of 287).
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Cellbloc Studios  (2017)

SnarfQuest Tales: Episode 1 - The Beginning

Play as Snarf, a Zeetvah from Zeetville on an epic quest for fame and fortune. (Mostly fortune.

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Blondbraid  (2017)

Sniper and Spotter Serving the Motherland

A small village is about to fall to the Germans. Whilst he cannot keep them out, the local battalion commander seeks to deny them the spoils of war.

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LOEDING  (2021)

SNOW

A narrative adventure game with an open world set in the retro-futuristic town of Barvik in 2050 Norway.

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Studio 3DO  (1995)

Snow Job

She’s sexy, smart, savvy. No wonder she fills your dreams.

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Wizarbox  (2008)

So Blonde

17-year-old Sunny Blonde is on a luxurious cruise ship with her parents on its way across the Atlantic when a giant storm suddenly blows up and the ship gets into trouble.

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Wizarbox  (2010)

So Blonde: Back to the Island

In this re-imagining of the original PC version for the Nintendo Wii and DS, with alternate storyline and gameplay, 17-year-old Sunny Blonde is on a luxurious cruise ship with her parents on its way across the Atlantic when a giant storm suddenly blows up and the ship gets into trouble.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 3.0
Wizarbox  (2010)

So Blonde: Back to the Island (DS)

In this re-imagining of the original PC version for the Nintendo Wii and DS, with alternate storyline and gameplay, 17-year-old Sunny Blonde is on a luxurious cruise ship with her parents on its way across the Atlantic when a giant storm suddenly blows up and the ship gets into trouble.

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Sierra On-Line  (1981)

Softporn Adventure

A text adventure published by On-Line Systems in 1981. The plot is almost identical to that of Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards released six years later.

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The Outer Zone  (2016)

Sofus and the Moonmachine

Explore the magical forest planet together with Sofus, the little gnorf. Build a spaceship and help Sofus on his dangerous journey to the Moonmachine.

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Shifting Tides  (2019)

The Sojourn

You are born into a beautiful, pure land, but everything is not as it seems. Darkness seeps through every crevice and forms the foundation of the world you live in.

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Patricio Land  (2020)

Sol 705

Over the course of a young man’s winter break in a remote town called Tucana Lake, Argentina, join a group of eccentric friends looking to sneak out of their duties and spend all their free time at their own secret extraterrestrial research club: Sol705.

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Munzesky Games Studio  (2020)

Sol Invictus

Behind the veil of a seemingly utopian future for our solar system, the ruling authoritarian government and corporate interests have been locked in battle with a rogue A.

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Paper Beast

Paper Beast

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There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension

There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension

There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension takes the rulebook for what a game can and should do and sets it on fire, practically reinventing the entire medium in the process. Unceasingly hilarious, ludicrously entertaining, and utterly unique, it will remind you why you play games while forcing you to reconsider every aspect of what that means.