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The Adventure Games - Point and Click Database

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We have 3220 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 269 (of 269).


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Infocom Remakes  (2019)

Zork Remake

An unsanctioned first person realtime 3D remake of Zork I: The Great Underground Empire.

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Infocom  (1988)

Zork Zero: The Revenge of Megaboz

Return to the age of the Flatheads with the court jester as your sole companion - allay the curse of the great wizard Megaboz to save the Great Underground Empire of Zork.

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Activision  (1997)

Zork: Grand Inquisitor

Magic has been banned from the Great Underground Empire of Zork. By edict of the Grand Inquisitor, the Empire has been sealed off and the practice of magic declared punishable by totemization (a very bad thing).

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Ploosh  (2016)

The Zwuggels: Beach Holidays

When the cute Zwuggels set out for a summer holiday, they find themselves mixed up in a rescue mission for a marooned cat which soon becomes a search for PIRATE TREASURE! With mini-games and a stunning variety of puzzles, Beach Holiday is perfect for early readers with curious minds, who will adore the rhyming text and beautiful illustrations.

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Recommended Adventure Games

Beautiful Desolation

Beautiful Desolation

The Brotherhood had a tall mountain to scale when delivering their follow-up effort to STASIS, but Beautiful Desolation succeeds admirably on most fronts. It may be a little too big for its own good, but an intriguing new world beckons, ready to amaze even as it provides lots of choice in shaping its stories.

Lair of the Clockwork God

Lair of the Clockwork God

Lair of Clockwork God blends adventure and platforming to mixed effect, but it’s a very accomplished game overall, bursting with enough variety, style and humour to keep you surprised and entertained throughout its surprisingly generous play time.