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Best rated Adventure Games for Android page 6

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.

The A.B.C. Murders  (2016)

The A.B.C. Murders will hardly tax the little grey cells, but a pleasing visual style and charismatic lead protagonist make this Agatha Christie adaptation more than merely child’s play. Just keep the sound volume low.

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise  (2015)

Agent A is a little amuse-bouche that should somewhat whet your appetite for the next tale in this hopefully ongoing iOS spy series.

The Rivers of Alice  (2013)

A journey down The Rivers of Alice brings winsome sights, innovative music, and intricate puzzles, but the philosophical waters are deceptively shallow without much story cohesiveness or character development.

2064: Read Only Memories  (2015)

Though let down by weak gameplay, Read Only Memories is one of the most human games available this year, which is remarkable for a cyberpunk game dealing with robots and transhumanism.

Subject 13  (2015)

While there are plenty of familiar puzzles to keep players occupied, Subject 13‘s mediocre plot and characterization can’t elevate the experience to the well-rounded adventure it had the potential to be.

The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle: Episode 1 - A Dreadly Business  (2014)

More quirky than funny, A Dreadly Business is by no means spectacular, but nor does it do anything wrong, settling for being a solid, well-made debut episode.

Tormentum: Dark Sorrow  (2015)

It’s got far more beauty than brains, but for gamers who appreciate a macabre atmosphere and distinctive art style, Tormentum could be just the brief but darkly beautiful diversion they’re looking for.

The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode Three: In Harm’s Way  (2014)

The Walking Dead’s middle instalment begins with an overly long, slow burn, though it gradually builds toward the tense excitement that series fans have become accustomed to.

Tales from the Dragon Mountain 2: The Lair  (2014)

Tales from the Dragon Mountain 2 improves on the puzzles of the first game, but the other limitations remain and its ending proves unsatisfying.

Finding Teddy  (2013)

Finding Teddy sucks you in with its imaginative charm and atmosphere, but beware the sound puzzles don’t spit you right back out again.

The Lost City  (2012)

The Lost City is a swift, undemanding adventure that chooses to parade as relaxed mobile entertainment, rather than capitalizing on its potential to be a more memorable adventure gaming experience.

The Curse of Shadow House  (2013)

Although an endearing tribute to classic first-person horror adventures, The Curse of Shadow House collapses under the weight of too many concepts that lack strong implementation, creating an uneven experience.

Nicolas Eymerich The Inquisitor: Book I - The Plague  (2013)

A combination of the eponymous Inquisitor’s acerbic charisma, a compelling story and ambitious production quality overcome a plague of minor gameplay issues to keep you interested in the first episode of this four-part series.

Reperfection: Volume 1  (2012)

Reperfection is unlike anything you’ve played before and Volume 1 shows promise, but its highly streamlined gameplay and short length will make it too shallow for some.

Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth  (2010)

Miles Edgeworth maintains the series’ absurd comedy and entertaining truth wrangling, but its reduced challenge and dull storylines hardly make for “perfect prosecuting”.

SIMULACRA 2  (2019)

Although it doesn’t feel entirely phoned-in, SIMULACRA 2 fails to either build on its predecessor’s style or provide enough worthwhile substance of its own, making for a sequel that isn’t quite transmitting at full strength.

The Black Widow  (2019)

The Black Widow is an interesting reflection on the real life case of Louisa Collins, the last woman hanged in Australia, but doesn’t provide enough depth or any surprises to make it truly memorable.

Lovecraft Quest – A Comix Game  (2018)

Stylish to look at but short on substance, Lovecraft Quest: A Comix Game has a few fun puzzles to beef up its brief story, but too much repetition stops it from becoming a Great One.

The Franz Kafka Videogame  (2017)

The Franz Kafka Videogame offers a highly surreal taste of the renowned author’s works in a linear puzzle-oriented experience, but lacks enough depth to truly do them justice.

Karma. Incarnation 1  (2016)

Although an aesthetically impressive achievement, the surreal Karma. Incarnation 1 is unfortunately let down by a confusingly abstract story that can be completed more by just following available steps than by any extensive thought.

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