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The Adventure Games - Point and Click Database

Browse the largest Point and Click Adventure Games database, on Adventure Gamers. Filled with all Adventure Games of popular companies like LucasArts, Sierra On-line, Infocom, Daedalic Entertainment, Revolution and many other companies.

You'll find the Best Adventure Games, as well as exciting new Adventure Games like Telling Lies, Beautiful Desolation, Creaks, Firmament, Beyond a Steel Sky, Blacksad: Under the Skin, Technobabylon: Birthright, Someday You’ll Return, The Poisoned Pawn: A Tex Murphy Adventure, Asylum, and many more. Get the latest Adventure Game details, read reviews, view screenshots, trailers or consult our walkthroughs.

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We have 3086 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 237 (of 258).


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Coma Studios

Coma: A Mind Adventure

Following a serious accident, a comatose patient begins experiencing an adventure entirely in his own mind, and all he knows is that he did something terrible many years ago, and to revive from the coma he will have to forgive himself by finally accepting who he is and what he did.

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Shine Studio

Comer

In an ancient oriental script of prophecy, life was referred to as "The Game of Zao Hua".

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Jonas Kyratzes

The Council of Crows

A little boy gets lost in a mysterious snowstorm and suddenly finds himself in a strange place called Hyperborea, in the far north of the Lands of Dream.

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Raffaele de Lauretis

Daina: The Herbarium

Daina, the main character of the game, has lost her home and her parents in a tragic event.

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Darkling Room

Dark Fall: Storm Warning

You have inherited a classic Seaside Pier! There’s only one catch… The antique attraction closed down, for good, in March 1988.

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XXv Productions

Dark Fall: The Journal

Somewhere in the heart of rural Dorset a darkness is growing in strength. A force that exists at the very beginning of time, and the very end of time, waiting to break into our world.

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TeraBit Software

Dark Recall

In the year 2176, mankind took to the stars to solve its critical resource problem, and a small settlement was established at the very edge of the exploratory missions.

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Pendulo Studios

Day One

Ethan Grant is a cynical journalist who discovers he has just one day to live due a terminal illness.

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AncientRein Gaming

The Dead Device

In 1942, the world was at war and it seemed that evil had spread across the earth.

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Mando Productions

The Dead Flowers Case

In a universe where life is organized around gigantic autonomous buildings, ruled exclusively by order and the mechanical organization of all things and work activities, where plant life was eradicated long ago and in lieu of food, everyone swallows a Neurovitamin pill three times a day, a murder is committed.

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Wicked Cinder

decay

Jacob Lawson recently lost his family in a terrible automobile accident. But unfortunately for Jacob, the loss of his loved ones is only the beginning of his downward spiral.

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Cromlech

Decoherence

Novena is a woman who is institutionalized in a Magdalene asylum (actual religious institutions where sexually promiscuous women or prostitutes were put during the 19th and 20th centuries for ‘moral cleansing’).

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