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The Adventure Games - Point and Click Database

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We have 3274 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 5 (of 273).


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Arachnid Interactive  (2005)

Acalius: Enemies of the Wild

2051: A Science team has gone to Squal, the biggest planet in the Acalius galaxy, but contact with them is lost.

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Capcom  (2011)

Ace Attorney Investigations 2

The game is a sequel to Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, starting directly where the previous game ended.

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Capcom  (2010)

Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth

Miles Edgeworth, the flashy prosecutor in the wine red suit, is plagued by a series of deaths that seem to follow him wherever he goes.

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7th Level  (1996)

Ace Ventura

Wouldn’t it be cool if there was a world where people actaully paid you to hang out with beautiful women and rescue kidnapped animals? Where ugly tropical shirts were still in fashion? Where obnoxious behaviour was admired and even rewarded? Well, my jungle freinds, there is.

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Dark Motif

Adam Syndrome

In a desperate attempt to discover what happened to his wife, Professor Adam Reed becomes entangled in a web of conspiracy that threatens to tear apart the tapestry of his own life.

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Vertigo Games  (2009)

Adam’s Venture: Episode 1 - The Search for the Lost Garden

During excavations in an old Templar church in Luz, France, Adam Venture finds a scroll that seems to provide the exact locations of the 4 rivers described in Genesis.

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Vertigo Games  (2011)

Adam’s Venture: Episode 2 - Solomon’s Secret

In this second installment of the episodic series, Adam Venture and his crew end up in 1920s Jerusalem after having escaped alive from the Caverns of Eden.

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Vertigo Games  (2012)

Adam’s Venture: Episode 3 - Revelations

In the third and final Adam's Venture installment, players go back in time to see how Adam and Evelyn met, then continue their present day story, discovering what happens after they are split up and Adam is left for dead by the goons of the Clairvaux Corporation.

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Realms Forge

Adamantus

In the distant future, colonists on the planet Tranquility built settlements like idealized versions of Earth cities from the centuries before space exploration, where they lived peacefully until suffering a catastrophic environmental disaster, necessitating its forced evacuation.

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Parable Worlds  (2020)

Adams Ascending

Adam is an interstellar explorer searching for his long-lost father. After a chain of events leads our explorer to an unknown island with supernatural powers, he discovers the eternity gems and must now use the powers he has been granted to search for answers.

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Karma Labs  (2001)

Adventure at the Chateau d’Or

The princess heir has chosen you as her hero and you lead the quest to unlock the secret of the fabulous Chateau d’Or.

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Eyeball2D  (2018)

Adventure Boy Cheapskate

On a trip to a 24/7 supermarket, young Benson inadvertently disturbs a thief. When the thief makes off on Benson’s bike with the food he stole, the young boy sets out on a quest to track the miscreant down.

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Arise – A Simple Story

Arise uses creative level design, gorgeous visuals and challenging environmental puzzles to explore the length and breadth of a full lifetime. A few presentation issues aside, it’s a moving, thought-provoking experience that tells a complete story with scarcely a word.