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The Adventure Games - Point and Click Database

Adventure Games starting with the M-TITLE-ASC



We have 205 adventure games in our database that start with the M. If you're looking for a specific game, try using our adventure game search page. You're currently on page 17 (of 18).


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Point & Click LLC  (2016)

The Mystery of Haunted Hollow 2

You arrive in the village of Nightfall, tired and weary and drenched in rain, with thunder and lightning in distance making you feel more cautious as you trek down the long path.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 2.5
Point & Click LLC  (2014)

The Mystery of Haunted Hollow

You arrive at the town Hollow, alone. Armed with only an empty suitcase and faint memories, you are determined to remember the details of the life you once lived here.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 2.5
Visionaire Studio  (2020)

The Mystery of Oak Island

The Oak Island Mystery is the true story about an infamous treasure hidden somewhere deep under an island, protected by traps and flood tunnels.

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EnsenaSoft  (2016)

Mystery of Rivenhallows

Rivenhallows orphanage was once a peaceful and happy place until disturbing events shook its foundation.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 1
House of Tales  (2001)

Mystery of the Druids

In this classic adventure, you will take on the role of young Scotland Yard Detective Brent Halligan, assigned to solve the puzzle surrounding a mysterious order of Druids and a series of gruesome murders.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 2
Frogwares  (2003)

The Mystery of the Mummy

Become Sherlock Holmes as you embark on a remarkable adventure. Investigate the mysterious case of a missing archaeologist and a valuable Egyptian mummy in turn-of-the-century England.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 2.5
Cryo Interactive Entertainment  (2002)

Mystery of the Nautilus

While performing a routine oceanic scan onboard a military submarine, a mysterious metal structure is detected on the sonar.

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Alcachofa Soft

The Mystery of the Wicked Village

While Brother Leonardo is investigating the disappearance of his Order's prior, he’s surprised by a sudden storm that forces him to seek refuge in a nearby village.

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Lightfoot Bros.  (2019)

The Mystery of Woolley Mountain

In a surreal fantastical world, a group of renegade time-traveling audio scientists must try to save a town from a malevolent witch who has kidnapped the children and taken them to the mysterious island of Woolley Mountain.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 3.5
Tonika Games  (2011)

The Mystery Team

There are some mysteries which are begging to be solved… are you curious to find out what goes bump in the night, what the strange flashing lights in the night sky are or if ghosts really exist? Then it’s time to explore a variety of real-life locations such as Los Altos in Spain and Côte d’Azur in France as you help The Mystery Gazette news team uncover a range of mysterious events.

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SunRay Games  (2019)

Mystic Escape: Diary of a Prisoner

Waking up in a boat in the middle of the ocean, you realize that you have lost your memories.

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Ten Heavens  (2010)

Mystic Gateways: The Celestial Quest

After unlocking an ancient portal, Edwin sets off on an adventure and asks you to follow.

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Recommended Adventure Games starting with M

Mosaic

Mosaic

Mosaic will be a worthwhile experience for that certain type of gamer who can appreciate style over substance in the service of an artistic statement. Without much in the way of gameplay, it’s more of an experimental atmospheric experience than a traditional piece of interactive entertainment.

Moons of Madness

Moons of Madness

Moons of Madness ditches the cold New England setting of Lovecraft’s eldritch tales for the dry, arid wastelands of Mars, and what results is a textbook example of how “cosmic” cosmic horror truly can be.