• Log In | Sign Up

  • News
  • Reviews
  • Games Database
  • Game Discovery
  • Search
  • New Releases
  • Forums

Best rated Adventure Games page 67

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.

The Puppet of Tersa: A Curious Place  (2019)

Despite a few very minor stumbles as it gets underway, A Curious Place offers a tantalizing glimpse into the world of Tersa and its young protagonist’s plight to reclaim her beloved puppet and return home, though we’ll have to wait longer for the rest of the story.

Pendula Swing  (2019)

Although not yet complete, the episodic Pendula Swing‘s not afraid to wear its heart on its sleeve, eschewing puzzles to explore contemporary issues. While a little more humour and polish wouldn’t have gone amiss, it’s a brave attempt to tackle real problems through fantasy.

Pendula Swing: Episode 1 – Tired and Retired  (2018)

Although not yet complete, the episodic Pendula Swing‘s not afraid to wear its heart on its sleeve, eschewing puzzles to explore contemporary issues. While a little more humour and polish wouldn’t have gone amiss, it’s a brave attempt to tackle real problems through fantasy.

Pendula Swing: Episode 2 – The Old Hero’s New Journey  (2018)

Although not yet complete, the episodic Pendula Swing‘s not afraid to wear its heart on its sleeve, eschewing puzzles to explore contemporary issues. While a little more humour and polish wouldn’t have gone amiss, it’s a brave attempt to tackle real problems through fantasy.

Pendula Swing: Episode 3 – Orcing Hard or Hardly Orcing  (2018)

Although not yet complete, the episodic Pendula Swing‘s not afraid to wear its heart on its sleeve, eschewing puzzles to explore contemporary issues. While a little more humour and polish wouldn’t have gone amiss, it’s a brave attempt to tackle real problems through fantasy.

Life Is Strange 2: Episode 1 – Roads  (2018)

With a compelling fraternal relationship at its core and a challenging journey ahead, Roads is a positive and promising evolution for the Life Is Strange franchise.

Deliver Us the Moon: Fortuna  (2018)

If you can get past all the timed events and repetition from multiple deaths, Deliver Us the Moon: Fortuna will reward you with an evolving story and interesting characters. But you will need to wait for the free DLC to see how things finally get resolved.

The Outpost Nine: Episode One  (2018)

Unapologetically aping Ridley Scott’s Alien, the debut installment of The Outpost Nine seeks like-minded fans who yearn for a bygone era of sci-fi. The devotion to a tried-and-true formula ultimately steals away a lot of potential, though a decent foundation is constructed for future episodes to improve upon.

The Outpost Nine  (0)

Unapologetically aping Ridley Scott’s Alien, the debut installment of The Outpost Nine seeks like-minded fans who yearn for a bygone era of sci-fi. The devotion to a tried-and-true formula ultimately steals away a lot of potential, though a decent foundation is constructed for future episodes to improve upon.

The Uncertain: Episode 1 - The Last Quiet Day  (2016)

Despite some rough edges and questionable puzzle design, this first of three planned chapters for The Uncertain should hold your interest and leave you anxious for the next episode.

The Uncertain  (2016)

Despite some rough edges and questionable puzzle design, this first of three planned chapters for The Uncertain should hold your interest and leave you anxious for the next episode.

Sally Face: Episode One – Strange Neighbors  (2016)

Light on puzzles but heavy on intrigue, the debut episode of Sally Face does a good job of teasing a haunting story premise, though hopefully future installment swill be much more interactive and filled with better-developed characters.

Sally Face  (0)

Light on puzzles but heavy on intrigue, the debut episode of Sally Face does a good job of teasing a haunting story premise, though hopefully future installment swill be much more interactive and filled with better-developed characters.

tiny & Tall: Gleipnir – Part 1  (2018)

Lovers of point-and-click adventures should enjoy the funny and compelling first installment of tiny & Tall: Gleipnir, providing you can overlook some broken English and perhaps the occasional glitch.

tiny & Tall: Gleipnir  (0)

Lovers of point-and-click adventures should enjoy the funny and compelling first installment of tiny & Tall: Gleipnir, providing you can overlook some broken English and perhaps the occasional glitch.

Destination Primus Vita: Episode 1 – Austin  (2018)

Destination Primus Vita‘s shallow puzzles are buoyed by lush, creative visuals and a thoughtful story to make for a fun exercise in exploration and discovery in this first-person, character-driven narrative through a high-tech ethereal dreamscape.

Destination Primus Vita  (0)

Destination Primus Vita‘s shallow puzzles are buoyed by lush, creative visuals and a thoughtful story to make for a fun exercise in exploration and discovery in this first-person, character-driven narrative through a high-tech ethereal dreamscape.

The Walking Dead: The Final Season – Episode One: Done Running  (2018)

If you’ve followed The Walking Dead all the way through, this tight and powerfully executed finale will be sure to satisfy. Get those tissues ready.

The Walking Dead: The Final Season  (2019)

If you’ve followed The Walking Dead all the way through, this tight and powerfully executed finale will be sure to satisfy. Get those tissues ready.

Code 7  (2017)

Code 7’s thoughtful combination of hacking sim mechanics and modernized text adventure set the stage for a compelling sci-fi drama. If future installments are as good as the free prologue and first commercial episode, Code 7 is one cyberpunk indie you won’t want to miss.

Code 7: Episode 1 – Threading  (2017)

Code 7’s thoughtful combination of hacking sim mechanics and modernized text adventure set the stage for a compelling sci-fi drama. If future installments are as good as the free prologue and first commercial episode, Code 7 is one cyberpunk indie you won’t want to miss.

Please Knock on My Door  (2017)

Though it certainly can’t be considered fun in the typical gaming sense, Please Knock on My Door is an excellent examination of the everyday reality of suffering from depression. Although a little short, it packs a lot to think about in its brief play time.

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit  (2018)

More personal family drama than superhero extravaganza, The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit packs most of its punch in the quiet emotional moments that make it well worth a couple hours to play.

Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest: Episode One  (2017)

The short introductory chapter of Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest features beautiful retro-style art and sets up what has the potential to be an interesting sci-fi story, though with plenty of room in its writing and animation to improve in those areas.

Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest  (2019)

The short introductory chapter of Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest features beautiful retro-style art and sets up what has the potential to be an interesting sci-fi story, though with plenty of room in its writing and animation to improve in those areas.

Orwell: Ignorance Is Strength  (2018)

A superb take on the contemporary state of digital technology and how it’s used, Orwell: Ignorance Is Strength is filled with an immense amount of detail. Lovers of more cerebral experiences, spy thrillers, and those who wish to hone their internet sleuthing skills, this is the game for you.

Walden, a game  (2017)

The gamification of Walden is a gallant attempt to adapt Henry David Thoreau’s principles into an interactive experience, but the result is too boring to inspire much thoughtful reflection on the author’s message.

The Council: Episode 1 – The Mad Ones  (2018)

Although the role-playing emphasis may feel a little daunting at first, The Council shows great promise thanks largely to the gorgeous setting and unique approach to conversational encounters.

The Council  (2018)

Although the idea of blending role-playing elements with traditional adventure gaming sounds intriguing, The Council doesn’t do anything particularly interesting with either of them after a very strong introductory episode.

FORM  (2017)

The brief ride into the surreal and metaphysical offers solid room scale VR interaction, but FORM ultimately lacks in real substance.

Hiveswap: Act 1  (2017)

The beautiful Hiveswap series debut gets off to a solid start, trading a bit of gameplay challenge for ambitious world-building and story setup for future episodes to expand upon.

Hiveswap  (2017)

The beautiful Hiveswap series debut gets off to a solid start, trading a bit of gameplay challenge for ambitious world-building and story setup for future episodes to expand upon.

Perception  (2017)

Despite its welcome empowerment of a protagonist with a disability, Perception‘s graceless and silly storyline together with the absurd gameplay drag this atmospheric horror adventure down.

Page 67 of 69 ‹ First  < 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 >