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The Adventure Games - Point and Click Database

Adventure Games starting with the T



We have 197 adventure games in our database that start with the T. If you're looking for a specific game, try using our adventure game search page. You're currently on page 1 (of 17).
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Out of the Box  (2022)

T.P.O.R.T.

Theme Park of Outright Readily Travel, T. P.

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Fullbright  (2017)

Tacoma

What mysteries await you, 200,000 miles from Earth? Explore the abandoned Lunar Transfer Station Tacoma and gain control of its augmented reality systems to discover the truth behind what happened to its crew, and the powerful artificial intelligence that you’ve been sent to recover.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 4.5
The Garden Well

Tala

The Town Guardian, mentor of the boisterous Tala, gets stranded out in the deep woods, so Tala must work together with her fellow townsfolk to help collect parts for the dingy old town airplane and repair it so she can fly out and save him.

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Future Games  (2009)

Tale of a Hero

Tale of a Hero is about a young man named Olaf, who seeks to become a hero without having to kill intelligent creatures, creatures who seem evil and unfriendly but in reality just live the way they were created to, protecting things they believe in just as men do.

» Full game details » Read our review Review score - 2
Expera Game Studio  (2016)

A Tale of Caos: Overture – Part 1 (freeware)

Terry, apprentice to the technomancer Albion McMaster is on a mission. Tasked with his master to find a particular potion ingredient, he must first track down the one person to have some.

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Expera Game Studio  (2017)

A Tale of Caos: Overture

Terry is an apprentice technomancer, as ingenious as she is impulsive and distracted.

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Arrogant Pixel  (2016)

The Tale of Doris and the Dragon: Episode 1

Passing away sucks… it turns out, dying can be a real hassle. Before getting your well-deserved rest, you need to travel through Limbo, a place full of bureaucrats that will make you miss your life on Earth.

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Arrogant Pixel  (2020)

The Tale of Doris and the Dragon: Episode 2

Passing away sucks… it turns out, dying can be a real hassle. Before getting your well-deserved rest, you need to travel through Limbo, a place full of bureaucrats that will make you miss your life on Earth.

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Arrogant Pixel

The Tale of Doris and the Dragon: Episode 3

Passing away sucks… it turns out, dying can be a real hassle. Before getting your well-deserved rest, you need to travel through Limbo, a place full of bureaucrats that will make you miss your life on Earth.

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Jitensyasougyou  (2018)

Tale of the Fragmented Star

A lone girl stands abandoned on a broken star. With the star deprived of its power, she can neither use it to escape nor inform others of her plight.

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Chris Tolworthy  (2010)

A Tale of Two Cities

In this adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic, Lucie Manette has to rescue her father, find her true love, and rescue him.

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Crystal Shard  (2017)

A Tale of Two Kingdoms – Deluxe Edition

The ancient kingdom of Theylinn is beset by enemies. Within the castle walls, nobles vie for the old King’s favor, and not everybody is happy with the sole heir to the throne, princess Rhiannon.

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Recommended Adventure Games starting with T

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.

Tell Me Why

Tell Me Why

What it lacks in its limited characters and locations, Tell Me Why makes up with a personal, intimate narrative that nicely captures the essence of everyday life and offers a much-needed examination of the human condition, all wrapped in a beautiful presentation in true DONTNOD style.


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