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We have 3596 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 248 (of 300).
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Cracked Head Games  (2019)

Silver Chains

After a mysterious accident, Peter wakes up inside an abandoned mansion, located in rural England.

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Kaigan Games  (2019)

SIMULACRA 2

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
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.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 3.5
LimboLane  (2019)

Smile for Me

Smile For Me is an unconventional first-person Point-and-Click Adventure about making people happy! Immerse yourself in a captivating multi-media world, and be the Silent Savior of the Habitat’s residents.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 4.5
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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Gossamer Games  (2019)

Sole

Sole is an abstract adventure game where you play as the only source of light in a world shrouded in darkness.

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Galvanic Games  (2019)

Some Distant Memory

300 years after the collapse of civilization, Professor Zay makes the largest archaeological discovery in wasteland history: a single house, mysteriously preserved, containing the life memories of an entire family.

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Protocol Games  (2019)

Song of Horror: Episode 1 - Husher Mansion

The famed writer Sebastian P. Husher has gone missing, along with his entire family.

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Protocol Games  (2019)

Song of Horror: Episode 2 - Eerily Quiet

You barely survived a terrifying experience at the Husher mansion. But you were able to join forces with others to uncover Husher and Daniel’s fate and experience some supernatural events that nobody else would believe.

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Protocol Games  (2019)

Song of Horror: Episode 3 - A Twisted Trail

Return to school with three new characters and a cursed university campus where nothing is what it seems.

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Pilgrim Adventures  (2019)

Space Pilgrim Academy: Reunion

The dramatic events which took place aboard the deep space mining fleet Elivagar have left the Galactic Union in a state of political disarray.

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Experience  (2019)

Spirit Hunter: NG

Spirit Hunter: NG reveals the story of a cursed young man on a life-threatening quest to discover who - or what - is responsible for the disappearance of his little sister.

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Recommended Adventure Games

The Room 4: Old Sins

The Room 4: Old Sins

Though a bit of puzzle repetition has begun to creep in, this fourth entry into Fireproof’s excellent The Room series otherwise continues to innovate with inventive challenges and interesting locations, all contained within a single dollhouse.

Shady Part of Me

Shady Part of Me

Shady Part of Me offers an interesting and entertaining take on the light/shadow dichotomy used as a puzzle mechanic, though the lack of a strong narrative to bind it all together (when one is clearly hinted at throughout) does raise a single but important warning flag.


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