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We have 3558 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 242 (of 297).
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Headfirst Productions  (2002)

Simon the Sorcerer 3D

Simon the Sorcerer 3D begins with Simon's soul being reunited with his body on the roof of an Aztech temple.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 3
Silver Style Entertainment  (2008)

Simon the Sorcerer 4: Chaos Happens

Simon the Sorcerer 4: Chaos Happens is set some years after Simon's last adventure in the Magic World.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 2.5
Silver Style Entertainment  (2010)

Simon the Sorcerer 5: Who’d Even Want Contact?

Simon the Sorcerer 5 sends adventurers to a futuristic game world, in which they experience a turbulent backward journey through history in order to help Simon to recover his memory.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 3.5
AdventureSoft  (1995)

Simon the Sorcerer II: The Lion, the Wizard and the Wardrobe

This isn't just any old 'child in fantasyland' story. For starters, no other kids have to put up with useless old wizards, unattractive heroines, baddies that simply do not know when to stay dead and being the last one in school to discover puberty.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 4 Read Walkthrough Watch Walkthrough
StoryBeasts  (2016)

Simon the Sorcerer: Between Worlds

Simon is now approaching 40, but time has not withered him—then again, neither has it made him any less incompetent or rude.

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Kaigan Games  (2017)

SIMULACRA

You find a phone belonging to a missing person named Anna. In it, you see a mysterious video of her crying for help.

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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
Dereza  (2011)

Sinbad: In Search of Magic Ginger

Welcome to noisy, multinational, medieval Bukhara – a port, a market, a residence for avid tyrants and all kinds of swindlers and scoundrels.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 1.5
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.

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White Birds Productions  (2008)

Sinking Island

Walter Jones, a billionaire, is found dead at the bottom of a huge Art Deco tower that he had built on a tropical island.

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Straandlooper Animation

The Sirrush Conundrum

Accompany outspoken politico and ‘toff’ dissident James Newton Wellbeloved, aka Newt, as he runs from a kill order and at the same time has to unravel and foil a labyrinthine and outrageous international plot that leads him into the far reaches of alternative archaeology and – for a lifelong skeptic – a mind blowing immersion in so-called ‘psychic’ techniques.

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Untold Entertainment  (2011)

Sissy’s Magical Ponycorn Adventure

In this game created by father and 5-year-old daughter, travel with Sissy on an adventure to collect Ponycorns, a combination of ponies and unicorns.

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TOHU

TOHU

TOHU serves up a charming little sci-fi narrative in a lovely cartoon style, but outside of one particularly egregious arcade sequence, its true strength is in its variety of interesting puzzles.


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