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The Adventure Games - Point and Click Database

Adventure Games starting with the L-TITLE-ASC



We have 207 adventure games in our database that start with the L. If you're looking for a specific game, try using our adventure game search page. You're currently on page 12 (of 18).


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Playdead  (2010)

LIMBO

The puzzle-platformer LIMBO puts players in control of a boy's journey through a tense and hostile world.

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Mi’pu’mi Games  (2017)

The Lion’s Song

Set against the backdrop of early 20th century Austria, several exceptional minds engage in a personal struggle for creativity, human connections and inspiration: a talented composer suffering from writer’s block just before her breakthrough concert, an up-and-coming painter growing through his challenges and a brilliant mathematician trying to make her voice heard in a man’s world.

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Mi’pu’mi Games  (2016)

The Lion’s Song: Episode 2 - Anthology

Franz is an aspiring painter at the turn of the 20th century, trying to immortalize his name within Vienna’s high society.

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Mi’pu’mi Games  (2017)

The Lion’s Song: Episode 3 - Derivation

The third of four episodes set in early 20th century Austria focuses on Viennese mathematician Emma, whose brilliant academic achievements are not well received in the male-dominated science circle of the early 20th century.

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Mi’pu’mi Games  (2017)

The Lion’s Song: Episode 4 - Closure

Set against the backdrop of early 20th century Austria, several exceptional minds engage in a personal struggle for creativity, human connections and inspiration: a talented composer suffering from writer’s block just before her breakthrough concert, an up-and-coming painter growing through his challenges and a brilliant mathematician trying to make her voice heard in a man’s world.

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Zak Ayles and Phillip Lanzbom  (2016)

Lioness

Lioness is an experimental adventure game about human connection. The player controls Eggert Kirby, a freelance journalist, as he conducts research for an article about a series of seven mysteriously missing people.

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Knut Mueller Robert Wolff  (2017)

Lisssn

Designed for children and adolescents, the search for a stolen, magical musical instrument takes players on a journey into a mysterious world, including a nocturnal park, a baroque castle and a wide-branching system of caves.

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Pewter Games Studios  (2016)

The Little Acre

Aidan is transported into another dimension through one of his father’s eccentric inventions.

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Elf Games  (2016)

Little Briar Rose

An ancient legend, a cursed castle surrounded by brambles, a forest inhabited by funny enchanted creatures and a sweet princess sleeping in it.

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Anate Studio  (2017)

Little Kite

After the death of her husband, Mary married for a second time, to Oliver, in an attempt to create a full-fledged family for her son Andrew.

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Deaf Bird Entertainment  (2020)

A Little Less Desperation

When a UFO crash lands, a vegetable farmer named Jacob goes to investigate, full of apprehension and unwilling reluctance.

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Recommended Adventure Games starting with L

Lair of the Clockwork God

Lair of the Clockwork God

Lair of Clockwork God blends adventure and platforming to mixed effect, but it’s a very accomplished game overall, bursting with enough variety, style and humour to keep you surprised and entertained throughout its surprisingly generous play time.

LUNA: The Shadow Dust

LUNA: The Shadow Dust

LUNA: The Shadow Dust is an audio-visual delight, with charming hand-drawn animation accompanied by a stellar soundtrack, though its gameplay isn’t very inventive and is ultimately more a case of style over substance.