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Best rated Adventure Games for Android page 5

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.

Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller - Episode 1: The Hangman  (2012)

Though flawed, the first episode of Cognition leaves a great final impression and sets up a series that could become a major achievement for episodic adventure gaming.

The Walking Dead: Episode Four - Around Every Corner  (2012)

Whilst Around Every Corner relies a bit too much on action sequences and not enough of group-building with its new characters, it effectively manages to draw hope and desperation to new emotional highs and lows, ultimately ending with the most dramatic conclusion so far.

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP  (2011)

Superbrothers is a unique audio-visual experience that turns an old cliché into a refreshing and intriguing adventure, though it sacrifices gameplay to achieve it.

Secret Files: Tunguska  (2006)

Secret Files: Tunguska is a highly-polished game, but suffers from an uninspired design. While it remains mostly pleasant to play, it is not as satisfying an experience as it ought to have been.

The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera  (2020)

The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera is buoyed by its colorful cartoonish art, evolving story, and excellent puzzle design across its four distinct episodes, but it’s hindered throughout by a lack of depth and nihilistic toilet humor.

The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera: Episode 1  (2016)

The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera is buoyed by its colorful cartoonish art, evolving story, and excellent puzzle design across its four distinct episodes, but it’s hindered throughout by a lack of depth and nihilistic toilet humor.

The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera: Episode 2  (2018)

The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera is buoyed by its colorful cartoonish art, evolving story, and excellent puzzle design across its four distinct episodes, but it’s hindered throughout by a lack of depth and nihilistic toilet humor.

The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera: Episode 3  (2019)

The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera is buoyed by its colorful cartoonish art, evolving story, and excellent puzzle design across its four distinct episodes, but it’s hindered throughout by a lack of depth and nihilistic toilet humor.

The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera: Episode 4  (2020)

The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera is buoyed by its colorful cartoonish art, evolving story, and excellent puzzle design across its four distinct episodes, but it’s hindered throughout by a lack of depth and nihilistic toilet humor.

The White Door  (2020)

Returning visitors to Rusty Lake’s particular brand of quirkiness will find The White Door to be a more focused and serious game than previous outings, while newcomers are welcome to jump right into a standalone adventure that strikes an even balance between psychologically interesting and weirdly off-putting.

The Academy: The First Riddle  (2020)

The Academy can be frustratingly clunky and limited at times, but at its best it’s energetic, likable and packed with puzzling goodness.

Strange Telephone  (2017)

It requires a great deal of patience and perseverance, but those who enjoy exploring and can embrace the nonsensical and peculiar should appreciate the surreal charms of Strange Telephone and its journey into the unknown.

Tick Tock: A Tale for Two  (2019)

Though it doesn’t quite disguise the lack of variety in puzzles and locales, Tick Tock: A Tale for Two offers a fairly novel collaborative two-player approach to problem solving.

The Lion’s Song  (2017)

Well-versed in early 1900s Viennese culture, The Lion’s Song practically plays itself, so the main draw of this four-part interactive anthology is its beautiful sense of time and place.

The Lion’s Song: Episode 1 - Silence  (2016)

Well-versed in early 1900s Viennese culture, The Lion’s Song practically plays itself, so the main draw of this four-part interactive anthology is its beautiful sense of time and place.

The Lion’s Song: Episode 2 - Anthology  (2016)

Well-versed in early 1900s Viennese culture, The Lion’s Song practically plays itself, so the main draw of this four-part interactive anthology is its beautiful sense of time and place.

Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story  (2017)

Another Lost Phone doesn’t look like much and its linearity ensures a short play time, but it has enough gameplay and story depth with important themes to be a pleasant experience while it lasts.

SIMULACRA  (2017)

While not flawless and more focused on narrative than puzzles, SIMULACRA manages to be a fun experience by offering more player agency than its lost phone contemporaries, throwing players into an ongoing missing persons investigation – with a supernatural twist.

Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two  (2017)

The second season of Minecraft: Story Mode administers the familiar Telltale formula, but ends up constructing an underwhelming story and presentation around it.

Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two: Episode 1 – Hero in Residence  (2017)

The second season of Minecraft: Story Mode administers the familiar Telltale formula, but ends up constructing an underwhelming story and presentation around it.

Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two: Episode 2 – Giant Consequences  (2017)

The second season of Minecraft: Story Mode administers the familiar Telltale formula, but ends up constructing an underwhelming story and presentation around it.

Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two: Episode 3 – Jailhouse Block  (2017)

The second season of Minecraft: Story Mode administers the familiar Telltale formula, but ends up constructing an underwhelming story and presentation around it.

Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two: Episode 4 – Below the Bedrock  (2017)

The second season of Minecraft: Story Mode administers the familiar Telltale formula, but ends up constructing an underwhelming story and presentation around it.

Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two: Episode 5 – Above and Beyond  (2017)

The second season of Minecraft: Story Mode administers the familiar Telltale formula, but ends up constructing an underwhelming story and presentation around it.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series  (2017)

For better and worse, the five-part series follows the usual Telltale template, but these disappointingly unlikeable Guardians of the Galaxy ultimately need to be saved from themselves.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series - Episode One: Tangled Up in Blue  (2017)

For better and worse, the five-part series follows the usual Telltale template, but these disappointingly unlikeable Guardians of the Galaxy ultimately need to be saved from themselves.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series - Episode Two: Under Pressure  (2017)

For better and worse, the five-part series follows the usual Telltale template, but these disappointingly unlikeable Guardians of the Galaxy ultimately need to be saved from themselves.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series - Episode Three: More than a Feeling  (2017)

For better and worse, the five-part series follows the usual Telltale template, but these disappointingly unlikeable Guardians of the Galaxy ultimately need to be saved from themselves.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series - Episode Four: Who Needs You  (2017)

For better and worse, the five-part series follows the usual Telltale template, but these disappointingly unlikeable Guardians of the Galaxy ultimately need to be saved from themselves.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series - Episode Five: Don’t Stop Believin’  (2017)

For better and worse, the five-part series follows the usual Telltale template, but these disappointingly unlikeable Guardians of the Galaxy ultimately need to be saved from themselves.

LAYTON’S MYSTERY JOURNEY: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy  (2017)

Offering the same abundance of barely-integrated gameplay as its predecessors but with new protagonists and smaller cases, the gorgeous LAYTON’S MYSTERY JOURNEY is ideal for puzzle fans on the go, though at times it sacrifices quality for quantity.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier  (2017)

Largely more of the same as what’s come before, A New Frontier revives the familiar Telltale formula, only with less appealing characters this time around.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode One: Ties That Bind Part I  (2016)

Largely more of the same as what’s come before, A New Frontier revives the familiar Telltale formula, only with less appealing characters this time around.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode Two: Ties That Bind Part II  (2017)

Largely more of the same as what’s come before, A New Frontier revives the familiar Telltale formula, only with less appealing characters this time around.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode Three: Above the Law  (2017)

Largely more of the same as what’s come before, A New Frontier revives the familiar Telltale formula, only with less appealing characters this time around.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode Four: Thicker than Water  (2017)

Largely more of the same as what’s come before, A New Frontier revives the familiar Telltale formula, only with less appealing characters this time around.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode Five: From the Gallows  (2017)

Largely more of the same as what’s come before, A New Frontier revives the familiar Telltale formula, only with less appealing characters this time around.

Her Majesty’s SPIFFING  (2016)

Packed with puns but short on plot or perplexing puzzles, Her Majesty’s SPIFFING‘s intense Britishness will either amuse or confuse, but either way it’s more of a teatime crumpet than a regal banquet.

1979 Revolution: Black Friday  (2016)

1979 Revolution is one of those rare games that has aims and aspirations beyond simply “being fun”. Despite its legitimate historical importance, its brevity and limited gameplay make it feel more like part of a historical anthology rather than a complete experience on its own.

Distraint  (2015)

A modest but oddly compelling adventure steeped in perpetual darkness, the surreal side-scrolling Distraint is a low-cost exploration of the high price of selling one’s soul.

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.

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