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Best rated Adventure Games page 10

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 Darkside Detective  (2017)

If you love British comedies like Blackadder and surreal mysteries like Twin Peaks, The Darkside Detective is a retro-styled supernatural adventure game you don’t want to miss.

Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair  (2014)

Danganronpa 2 is a sequel adhering to the motto, “Don’t change, just improve.” Some of the same problem areas are still present, but much has been smoothed out or enhanced for a superior entry over what was already a good first effort.

Ahnayro: The Dream World  (2016)

Although the story is ultimately a disappointment, Ahnayro’s highly-polished puzzle mechanics, dreamlike atmosphere, and budget-friendly pricing make this a very worthwhile buy for gamers who yearn for something a little different.

The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker  (2017)

The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is engrossing, disturbing and erudite, and though it’s a little lacking in plot it’s full of welcome ideas.

The Low Road  (2017)

The Low Road’s tale of espionage is told in a fun, quirky fashion that manages to hold your attention and keep a smile on your face throughout its short playtime. While it doesn’t reinvent the wheel and falters slightly on occasion, it is a lovely experience that is definitely worth your time.

Chronicle of Innsmouth  (2017)

Loaded with quirky humor and challenging yet satisfying puzzles, Chronicle of Innsmouth works as both a retro adventure game and a loving tribute to H.P. Lovecraft.

The Sexy Brutale  (2017)

Beautiful but deadly, this entertaining time-looping murder mystery doesn’t pose much challenge but is well worth the gamble for its unique style and charm.

Full Throttle Remastered  (2017)

Full Throttle is another cherished page from the annals of genre history restored for a brand new audience. Though the remake will have limited appeal to those familiar with the highly polished original, the game belongs in the library of every adventure gamer, and it’s as enjoyable now as it was two decades ago.

The Last Time  (2016)

The Last Time is an excellent point-and-click adventure that firmly places its story front and centre. Despite its incredibly short length, it’s an engaging, emotional journey that can alternately make you chuckle and quiet you with its thought-provoking questions.

The Wardrobe  (2017)

For a game about the undead, The Wardrobe is ironically packed with life. A few unfair puzzles can’t dampen its sheer enthusiasm and sense of fun.

Blackwood Crossing  (2017)

Using straightforward challenges and dreamlike scenarios, Blackwood Crossing weaves a hauntingly surreal tale with uncommon flair.

Quern: Undying Thoughts  (2016)

A Myst clone/homage through and through, Quern doesn’t break any new ground, but it’s an impressive debut adventure that would do Atrus proud.

Tales  (2016)

A little mechanical clunkiness can’t hide the heart beneath Tales, which shines with a love of stories, puzzles and humanity.

Profound Red  (2017)

Profound Red doubles down on everything laudable about the Carol Reed series, while adding an unusually twisty plot and branching out with unexpectedly mature content. For longtime series fans, it’s a must-play. For newbies it’s a great introduction to the heavenly light and intimate darkness bound up in Sweden’s quaint cityscapes and verdant countryside.

Kentucky Route Zero: Act IV  (2016)

Act IV is a slow, meandering episode that continues Kentucky Route Zero’s streak of quiet, introspective, blue collar beauty.

Wanda: A Beautiful Apocalypse  (2016)

A charming game about two robots surviving the apocalypse, Wanda has a surprising amount of humanity packed into its fairly short playtime.

Catyph: The Kunci Experiment  (2016)

A love letter to gamers who prefer first-person, devilishly difficult, puzzle-heavy adventures, Catyph offers tasty dollops of sci-fi and a hint of Myst.

The Last Door: Season Two  (2016)

The Last Door opens up another suspenseful, extremely retro-styled exploration of Victorian England and the occult with a second season even better than the first.

The Last Door: Season Two - Episode One: The Playwright  (2014)

The Last Door opens up another suspenseful, extremely retro-styled exploration of Victorian England and the occult with a second season even better than the first.

The Last Door: Season Two - Episode Two: My Dearest Visitor  (2015)

The Last Door opens up another suspenseful, extremely retro-styled exploration of Victorian England and the occult with a second season even better than the first.

The Last Door: Season Two - Episode Three: The Reunion  (2015)

The Last Door opens up another suspenseful, extremely retro-styled exploration of Victorian England and the occult with a second season even better than the first.

The Last Door: Season Two - Episode Four: Beyond the Curtain  (2015)

The Last Door opens up another suspenseful, extremely retro-styled exploration of Victorian England and the occult with a second season even better than the first.

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