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Best rated Adventure Games page 60

Below you'll find an overview of Adventure Games that have received a very high rating based on our reviews, the list is sorted based on highest rated Adventure Game first combined with recency of the review we've done. Be sure to also check-out our Top 100 Adventure Games of all time, as well as the winners of the Adventure Game Awards (Aggies) that we hold on a yearly cadence.

Doorways: Prelude  (2013)

Halfway through this four-part series, Doorways can’t separate itself from the abundance of other first-person horror games, offering only an uninteresting story and dull gameplay so far.

Eleusis  (2013)

Eleusis starts off promisingly enough, but well-appointed graphics can’t make up for the lackluster story and generally poor gameplay.

Alone in the Park  (2011)

Alone in the Park offers a different approach to treasure hunting, though it’s anything but a pleasant, annoyance-free afternoon stroll.

Adventures of Max Fax  (2013)

While a short, breezy adventure can make for a refreshing change of pace, Max Fax‘s debut is hampered by a weak story and translation issues that make too much of the light-hearted comedy fall flat.

Police Quest: Open Season (Daryl F. Gates’)  (1993)

With a conclusion that borders on incomprehensible, Police Quest 4 offers impressive technological advances from previous games in the series, but loses their simpler charms.

Metropolis Crimes  (2009)

The nicely integrated puzzles in Metropolis Crimes are fun to solve when they work, but the weak story and characters and overly frustrating controls will have you seeing red.

Haunting at Cliffhouse  (2012)

The ghosts of Haunting at Cliffhouse are far from frightening, but the thin story and standard casual puzzles may just scare you away from an otherwise pleasant vacation.

Red Johnson’s Chronicles: One Against All  (2012)

If you love solving puzzles you may enjoy One Against All, particularly if this is your first Red Johnson adventure, but this sequel is overrun with flaws, and if you’re in it for the story and characters, look elsewhere.

James Peris: No Licence Nor Control  (2012)

James Peris: No License Nor Control is a long, hard and naughty secret agent-themed game, but it has more than its fair share of villainous problems.

Miskatonic: Part 1 - The Inhuman Stain  (2011)

The first Miskatonic installment shows some promise from a one-man indie developer who clearly loves the genre, but it leaves plenty of room for improvement in the upcoming episodes.

The Shine of a Star  (2012)

The Shine of a Star provides a charming but frustrating hour-long journey through a surreal world that’s light on puzzles but dark in every other way.

The Jolly Gang’s Misadventures in Africa  (2011)

The Jolly Gang's Misadventures in Africa fixes some of its predecessor's design flaws and considerably improves the puzzles, but still disappoints with its often-ambiguous gameplay and subpar production quality.

Cardboard Castle  (2011)

Cardboard Castle is a creative puzzler that thinks outside the box, but it's a missed opportunity with repetitive obstacles and a throwaway story about nothing much.

A Stroke of Fate: Operation Valkyrie  (2011)

As the first of two parts, Operation Valkyrie is recommended (with the sound off) for World War II history enthusiasts only, and even then you may want to wait for the sequel’s release.

Relics: Dark Hours  (2011)

The only real highlight of Relics: Dark Hours is its full-motion video presentation, as many of the other elements are cursed by poor implementation.

NCIS  (2011)

While in some ways this resembles the NCIS fans known and love, it's ultimately a shallow and unsatisfying experience that fails to capitalise on the strengths of the TV show and offers little challenge as a game.

Eko: Strange New World - Episode 1  (2011)

The colourful, cartoony Eko initially showed some promise as a series debut, but it’s seriously compromised by its lack of depth, polish and ease.

Puzzle Agent 2  (2011)

Puzzle Agent 2 takes a disappointing step backward, failing to resolve key criticisms from the first instalment whilst introducing new problems of its own.

Dream Chronicles: The Book of Water  (2011)

Without either a fully fleshed-out story or substantial puzzles, The Book of Water’s beautiful series of images is just an ephemeral mirage.

Space Quest 6: Roger Wilco in the Spinal Frontier  (1995)

Though Roger Wilco fanatics may manage to find something to love here, most other players can safely skip the final entry in the Space Quest franchise.

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