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Best rated Adventure Games for Android page 4

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 House of Da Vinci  (2017)

Although The House of Da Vinci is slightly marred by persnickety mechanics and the occasionally frustrating puzzle, exploring the mind of a genius by reverse engineering his inventions will pull you into a gorgeous Renaissance world and keep you challenged throughout.

Darkestville Castle  (2017)

Though the gameplay isn’t particularly inspired, Darkestville Castle is a winner thanks to its prank-prone principal character, delightful cartoon environments, and witty humour.

The Inner World: The Last Wind Monk  (2017)

Though still an enjoyable adventure with high production values, The Last Wind Monk marks something of a tonal shift in the series. Part of what made The Inner World so appealing was its charm, and the sequel ends up leaving a little of that behind in favor of a darker story full of challenging puzzles.

Little Briar Rose  (2016)

With an art style as beautiful as the princess you’re aiming to save, Little Briar Rose is a fun but familiar jaunt through a comfortable, old fairy tale.

Yesterday Origins  (2016)

A disappointing present-day storyline infringes upon the dark historical tale of Yesterday Origins, but outstanding production quality, nonstop quests, and a few spirited acts go a long way towards saving the day.

The Little Acre  (2016)

The Little Acre is a great debut effort with impressive production values for an indie studio, but sadly it’s over far too soon.

Demetrios: The BIG Cynical Adventure  (2016)

Some may find Demetrios‘s outlook offputting, but if you like your humour on the snarky side you’ll find a surprisingly substantial adventure here.

Kelvin and the Infamous Machine  (2016)

Much like its classic inspirations, Kelvin and the Infamous Machine is a fun romp through a wacky history that is good for anyone looking for a lighthearted adventure.

The Eyes of Ara  (2016)

Dishing up triumphs and frustrations in equal measure, The Eyes of Ara is a game no puzzle lover should miss, while story-driven adventurers should consider themselves sufficiently warned.

Lifestream (Interactive Fiction remake)  (2016)

Remade as a modern text adventure, Lifestream is a clever supernatural mystery that is not without its flaws but manages to be better than the sum of its parts.

Panmorphia  (2014)

An impressive first entry from Indie developer Lydia Kovalenko, Panmorphia straddles the divide between traditional and casual adventure, providing a leisurely, dream-like journey through a puzzle-dazzled world.

A Short Tale  (2016)

Although it wastes most of its narrative potential, for anyone who just wants to play a game chock-full of fun and unusual puzzles while exploring a charming and nostalgia-inducing environment, A Short Tale provides plenty of entertainment for a few hours.

Game of Thrones  (2015)

Game of Thrones is as engaging as its source material, though its actual gameplay elements are stretched even more thinly than perhaps other Telltale stories. For a game centered on player choice, it seems more of an interactive visual novel with few actual examples of player agency.

Game of Thrones: Episode One - Iron from Ice  (2014)

Game of Thrones is as engaging as its source material, though its actual gameplay elements are stretched even more thinly than perhaps other Telltale stories. For a game centered on player choice, it seems more of an interactive visual novel with few actual examples of player agency.

Game of Thrones: Episode Two - The Lost Lords  (2015)

Game of Thrones is as engaging as its source material, though its actual gameplay elements are stretched even more thinly than perhaps other Telltale stories. For a game centered on player choice, it seems more of an interactive visual novel with few actual examples of player agency.

Game of Thrones: Episode Three - The Sword in the Darkness  (2015)

Game of Thrones is as engaging as its source material, though its actual gameplay elements are stretched even more thinly than perhaps other Telltale stories. For a game centered on player choice, it seems more of an interactive visual novel with few actual examples of player agency.

Game of Thrones: Episode Four - Sons of Winter  (2015)

Game of Thrones is as engaging as its source material, though its actual gameplay elements are stretched even more thinly than perhaps other Telltale stories. For a game centered on player choice, it seems more of an interactive visual novel with few actual examples of player agency.

Game of Thrones: Episode Five - A Nest of Vipers  (2015)

Game of Thrones is as engaging as its source material, though its actual gameplay elements are stretched even more thinly than perhaps other Telltale stories. For a game centered on player choice, it seems more of an interactive visual novel with few actual examples of player agency.

Game of Thrones: Episode Six - The Ice Dragon  (2015)

Game of Thrones is as engaging as its source material, though its actual gameplay elements are stretched even more thinly than perhaps other Telltale stories. For a game centered on player choice, it seems more of an interactive visual novel with few actual examples of player agency.

The Trace  (2015)

The Trace is a brief and easy but fun exploration-filled murder mystery that will have you engaged from beginning to end.

The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode Five: No Going Back  (2014)

No Going Back struggles to build anticipation for a conclusion that is clear from the outset, but once past the point of no return, the final episode ramps up to an exciting choice-driven conclusion with five different endings.

Dracula: Resurrection  (2000)

With a presentation that aptly places it within the titular universe, Dracula: Resurrection is an enjoyable series debut that is kept from greatness by its short duration and several puzzle faux pas, just barely missing that coveted sweet spot.

Secret Files: Sam Peters  (2013)

Sassy journalist Sam Peters makes the most of her moment in the sun in this neat little Secret Files spin-off, reclaiming some of the series’ former glory by demystifying an ancient African legend.

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