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The Adventure Games - Point and Click Database

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We have 3553 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 259 (of 297).
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ICOM Simulations  (1987)

Déjà Vu: A Nightmare Comes True

Okay pal, here’s the setup. You wake up on the floor and you don’t know who you are or how you got there.

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Cliff Johnson  (1987)

The Fool’s Errand

From acclaimed designer Cliff Johnson comes this challenging tale of enchantment, brain twisters, word puzzles, mind-boggling logic, and more!.

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Level 9  (1987)

Gnome Ranger

When Ingrid the Sloane Gnome is banished to the wilderness by her exasperated family, the monsters don’t know what’s hit them!.

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Magnetic Scrolls  (1987)

The Guild of Thieves

Why buy this game when you could steal it? Except you can’t. Not yet.

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Magnetic Scrolls  (1987)

Jinxter

Just when a man thinks his luck is running out, things start getting even worse.

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Cinemaware  (1987)

The King of Chicago

Chicago in the '30s. Prohibition.

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Level 9  (1987)

Knight Orc

For generations humans have been persecuting orcs, and now it’s time to get your own back.

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Infocom  (1987)

The Lurking Horror

Ever since you arrived at G. U.

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LucasArts  (1987)

Maniac Mansion

There are weird people living in Maniac Mansion: Dr. Fred, a “retired” physician turned mad scientist; Nurse Edna, a former health care professional whose hobbies would make a sailor blush; Weird Ed, a teenage commando with a hamster fetish; and then there’s Dead Cousin Ted, and the Tentacle, and somebody – or something – else.

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Sierra On-Line  (1987)

Mixed-Up Mother Goose

Sierra combines Roberta Williams’s master storytelling with the classic rhymes of Mother Goose to create a children’s adventure game so simple that once you start the game, even a young child can take over.

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Infocom  (1987)

Nord and Bert Couldn’t Make Head or Tail of It

This collection of eight short stories takes you to a place where nothing is quite as it seems.

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Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy

Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy

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Tell Me Why

Tell Me Why

What it lacks in its limited characters and locations, Tell Me Why makes up with a personal, intimate narrative that nicely captures the essence of everyday life and offers a much-needed examination of the human condition, all wrapped in a beautiful presentation in true DONTNOD style.


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