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Best rated Adventure Games page 7

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.

Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis  (1992)

Fate of Atlantis is a true classic, worthy of every adventure gamer’s collection. The epic plot is involving and suspenseful, putting you in the shoes of the world's most famous archaeologist as he single-handedly wards off the forces of evil.

Runaway: A Road Adventure  (2003)

There's no way around it: Runaway is an instant classic, and an absolute must-own for all adventure game fans.

The Last Express  (1997)

With a long playing time, and loads of intrigue, this game is a sure bet for history buffs and casual fans.

Myst III: Exile  (0)

An extremely succesful and balanced adventure, and a worthy sequel in a venerable franchise.

1893: A World’s Fair Mystery  (2002)

Chances like this, to really experience something as exciting as the 1893 World's Fair, are rare. Don't pass this up if you have the attention span.

Syberia  (2002)

Sign me up for the sequel!

Tex Murphy: Under a Killing Moon  (1994)

One of the best detective games available. Revolutionary at its time, and still stands up to the best of today. All adventure fans should own it.

Grim Fandango  (1998)

Its controls take some getting used to, but Grim Fandango is a guaranteed classic that's not to be missed.

Riven: The Sequel to Myst  (1997)

Dare I say better than the original? You bet! A worthy successor to Myst. Riven will keep you at your computer for hours and up all night.

Tex Murphy: The Pandora Directive  (1996)

A brilliant game, one of the true classic adventures, and one of the few detective games deserving to be immortalized.

Amber: Journeys Beyond  (1996)

One of the best adventure games available. Provides an enticing and engaging story, combined with atmospheric graphics and audio at an affordable price.

The Longest Journey  (1999)

An adventure game for the books!

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan  (2019)

While predictably light on actual gameplay, Supermassive’s kick-off to their Dark Pictures Anthology is a welcome return to form that ticks all the right boxes for a scarily good time. Whether alone or with friends, raise the sails and weigh anchor aboard Man of Medan’s ghost ship if you dare.

Neofeud  (2017)

When it isn’t bogged down by overly long conversations and cutscenes, Neofeud presents a compelling vision of the future clearly influenced by science fiction tropes of the past.

Dr. Doyle and the Mystery of the Cloche Hat  (2017)

Dr. Doyle and The Mystery of the Cloche Hat presents a captivating murder mystery with a fantastic old-time aesthetic and an interesting if slow-paced take on standard adventure game staples.

The Idiot’s Tale  (2018)

The Idiot’s Tale is just a fun game to play, with a sarcastic, irreverent humour that permeates everything and lovingly throws shade at classic adventure titles. There are a couple of potentially serious negatives, but these are completely overshadowed by the enjoyable overall experience.

NITE Team 4  (2019)

Another quality addition to the stable of games in the Black Watchmen universe, NITE Team 4 puts players on the hot seat of an elite hacker of a clandestine organization. Although some elements could have been executed better, the main game’s 25-plus hours of cyberwarfare goodness alone make this a must-have for existing Alice & Smith fans, and a great way for genre newbies to try their hand at some pretend hacking.

Outer Wilds  (2019)

For those who won’t be deterred by the endless deaths and time-looped backtracking in Outer Wilds, its intriguing mystery and non-linear exploration of an entire solar system will be a novel and deeply engaging experience.

Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! HD  (2019)

With a high-res graphical overhaul and all-new voice-overs, Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! HD is an amusing pirate-themed romp filled with memorable characters, puzzles and puns, all at a manageable challenge level that any fan of point-and-click adventures, new or returning, can enjoy.

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