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The Adventure Games - Point and Click Database

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We have 3618 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 246 (of 302).
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Kaigan Games  (2017)


You find a phone belonging to a missing person named Anna. In it, you see a mysterious video of her crying for help.

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Kaigan Games  (2019)


The follow-up to the critically acclaimed first game, SIMULACRA 2 expands on the found phone horror format with new inventive apps, a more complex narrative, a larger live-action cast, and a deeper look into a creepy alternate universe where nothing is as what it seems.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 2.5
Dereza  (2011)

Sinbad: In Search of Magic Ginger

Welcome to noisy, multinational, medieval Bukhara – a port, a market, a residence for avid tyrants and all kinds of swindlers and scoundrels.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 1.5
Frogwares  (2019)

The Sinking City

Step into the shoes of a 1920s private investigator who arrives in the city of Oakmont, Massachusetts – a city suffering from unprecedented floods of clearly supernatural origin.

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White Birds Productions  (2008)

Sinking Island

Walter Jones, a billionaire, is found dead at the bottom of a huge Art Deco tower that he had built on a tropical island.

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Straandlooper Animation

The Sirrush Conundrum

Accompany outspoken politico and ‘toff’ dissident James Newton Wellbeloved, aka Newt, as he runs from a kill order and at the same time has to unravel and foil a labyrinthine and outrageous international plot that leads him into the far reaches of alternative archaeology and – for a lifelong skeptic – a mind blowing immersion in so-called ‘psychic’ techniques.

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Untold Entertainment  (2011)

Sissy’s Magical Ponycorn Adventure

In this game created by father and 5-year-old daughter, travel with Sissy on an adventure to collect Ponycorns, a combination of ponies and unicorns.

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Mazen Games  (2021)

Size Matters

You play as a scientist who is shrinking every second in a race against time. Find all the ingredients and formulas scattered around the laboratory, which are necessary for producing the life-saving antidote.

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Bleeding Moon Studio Iphigames  (2021)


Somewhere between life and death, there is a world made up of hopeful dreams and broken shadows.

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Maniac Boy Studio  (2021)

Skeler Boy

Skeler Boy is a psychological horror adventure. Inspired by movies from the 70s and 80s, The Exorcist, Terminator, The Neverending Story, Inside the Labyrinth, the Shining etc.

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Mindhaven  (2021)

Sky Beneath

Players assume the role of Cassie, an intrepid scavenger seeking salvage in abandoned mining facilities.

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Monkey Toons  (2016)

Slap Village

Any teenaged girl would face a difficult time growing up in the Wild West, but for the brave Lurditas and her pet mouse Rasta the obstacles are more unusual than most, including the likes of energetic conspiracies, alien contact and occult practices.

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