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We have 3619 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 255 (of 302).
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Charybdis  (1996)

Spud!

When the fiendish Doctor Chillblane revealed his wacky plans to conquer the world, nobody laughed! At least not when he could hear them, anyway.

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Humongous Entertainment  (1999)

Spy Fox 2: Some Assembly Required

Once again, the world relies on Fox - Spy Fox, the suave, super secret agent who smoothly finesses his way through SPY Corps' toughest assignments.

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Humongous Entertainment  (1997)

Spy Fox in ‘Dry Cereal’

Will kids be forced to endure a fate worse than eating dry cereal? Will William the Kid's goat milk show up on breakfast tables and lunch trays everywhere? Who is capable of stopping such a ghastly goat? Fox, Spy Fox,the super-smooth secret agent who finesses his way through SPY Corps' toughest assignments.

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Humongous Entertainment  (2001)

Spy Fox: Operation Ozone

A huge hairspray space station is blasting vile vapors into the ozone, putting Earth at the mercy of the sun's rays.

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Topologika Software  (1992)

Spy Snatcher

Identify and catch “The Mole” (whose premises are known as “The Zoo”). This person, last night sometime, removed the plans of the “Sonic Macrothrodule” from the chief’s safe, and is preparing to leak them to a hostile power (Ruritania).

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Activision  (1996)

Spycraft: The Great Game

It’s you against faceless enemies in a rush to unravel a high-level assassination plot.

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Dabster Entertainment  (2020)

SSTR

SSTR is a single player escape-room style puzzle game set aboard Horizon. A colony ship adrift in the darkness of space, under the watchful eye of Sister.

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Classroom Graffiti Productions  (2017)

The St Christopher’s School Lockdown

The prestigious St. Christopher’s private school has been seized by its student body.

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Double Fine Productions  (2011)

Stacking

A family of Russian stacking dolls has been separated by tough economic times. The youngest doll, Charlie Blackmore, begins a heroic effort to bring his family back together.

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Double Fine Productions  (2011)

Stacking: The Lost Hobo King

A downloadable expansion of Double Fine's unique stacking doll puzzler. This time, little Charlie Blackmore ventures to the hobo kingdom of Camelfoot, where he hopes to assist his friend Levi in securing the hobo crown for his uncle, Rufus.

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GreyLight Entertainment  (2015)

Stairs

Journalist Christopher Adams investigates what happened to three missing people: Valerie Berkley, a high school graduate; James Reed, a young businessman; and Jean Jowars Remens, a charismatic pastor.

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Galactic Cafe Everything Unlimited Ltd.  (2013)

The Stanley Parable

The Stanley Parable is an exploration of story, games, and choice. You will play as Stanley, and you will not play as Stanley.

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