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The Adventure Games - Point and Click Database

Adventure Games starting with the D-TITLE-ASC



We have 277 adventure games in our database that start with the D. If you're looking for a specific game, try using our adventure game search page. You're currently on page 15 (of 24).
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Diamond Software  (1996)

Dive: The Conquest of Silver Eye

You check your equipment one last time before sinking into the water’s inky blackness.

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Viperante

A Diversity Game Project

A Diversity Game Project will be a simple point-and-click adventure-style game that aims to present a truly diverse set of people to the world—REAL people telling their own life stories.

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Chris Tolworthy  (2009)

The Divine Comedy

The second installment of the Enter the Story series is Dante's The Divine Comedy, which tells the story of the poet Dante's journey through hell (the famous "Dante's Inferno"), then through purgatory, and finally through the ten heavens until he reaches the abode of God.

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Gleb Mirolyubov  (2020)

Divinest Light

You are descended to earth by the Divinest Light. Your past is unclear, but the Light gives you strength to proceed through the darkness of void.

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Midian Design  (2012)

Doc Apocalypse

Nicknamed "Doc Apocalypse", the brilliant but reclusive scientist Lewis P. Higgins has just finished his revolutionary invention that can control the weather, but when he launches it from a bunker beneath the earth, something goes terribly wrong.

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Konami  (2011)

Doctor Lautrec and the Forgotten Knights

In 19th century Paris, wily and aloof archaeologist Jean-Pierre Lautrec's love of history and unorthodox attitude keep him busy as a spelunker, searching for "living treasures" throughout Paris' underground.

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Asylum Entertainment  (2010)

Doctor Who: Evacuation Earth

This Nintendo DS title takes gamers on a new mission to recover the TARDIS following a solar storm, and includes over 100 puzzles and 60 locations to explore.

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Sumo Digital  (2011)

Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - Episode Five: The Gunpowder Plot

The TARDIS lands in London, 1605, encountering a group of men who are plotting to assassinate the Head of State.

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Sumo Digital  (2010)

Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - Episode Four: Shadows of the Vashta Nerada

Kicking off immediately following the cliff-hanger ending of episode three, Shadows of the Vashta Nerada sees The Doctor and Amy materialise just south of London (and about a 1000 miles to the left) inside an aquatic sea-bed colony called Poseidon.

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Sumo Digital  (2010)

Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - Episode One: City of the Daleks

In the first of four free downloadable adventures to coincide with the new television series, the TARDIS materializes in 1963, and London is in ruins.

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Sumo Digital  (2010)

Doctor Who: The Adventure Games - Episode Three: TARDIS

With the TARDIS stuck in a riptide, and the Doctor sucked into space, Amy Pond must explore the secrets of the time machine in order to restore normality.

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Recommended Adventure Games starting with D

The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark

The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark

With the same charming aesthetic and just as many laughs and quirky paranormal phenomena as the first season, The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark is definitely worth playing for the comedically inclined.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope

While it doesn’t do anything new and even scales back its pure horror atmosphere, Little Hope greatly impresses in other ways with a more intriguing narrative and incredibly tense – and fun – interactive sequences. If you’re new to Supermassive’s games, this may be the best jumping-in point so far.


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