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Best rated Adventure Games for Mac page 2

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.

Wandersong  (2018)

With its creatively whimsical yet sincere approach, entertaining mechanics, memorable story, likable characters and vibrant world, Wandersong proves to be one of the most memorable and endearing games to come out of an independent studio in recent times.

Smile for Me  (2019)

Smile For Me combines an engaging story with fresh gameplay ideas, a relatable and quick-witted cast of characters, and an impressive sense of style in a memorable experience that is worth any adventure gamer’s time.

Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love  (2019)

Chock-full of gorgeous, great-sounding set pieces and characters, the hilarious Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love presents a witty commentary on Cold War era politics within a story and gameplay that anyone can enjoy.

Detective Di: The Silk Rose Murders  (2019)

Nupixo’s debut offering Detective Di: The Silk Rose Murders is a brilliant introduction to one of ancient China’s most famous investigators that does just about everything right.

Hypnospace Outlaw  (2019)

Hilarious, intricate, and touching, Hypnospace Outlaw is a surreal, loving tribute to a younger, more innocent Internet as well as a compelling detective game.

Beyond the Sky  (2018)

With its brain-bending puzzles, delightful story, and all around impressive fairy-tale-ness, Beyond the Sky is a point-and-click adventure not to be missed.

The Pillars of the Earth (Ken Follett’s)  (2018)

The 20-plus hour commitment to The Pillars of the Earth is well worth it to enjoy this interactive towering tale, faithfully adapted to near-perfection by Daedalic. For patient gamers, this is not a narrative adventure that should be missed.

The Pillars of the Earth: Book One – From the Ashes (Ken Follett’s)  (2017)

The 20-plus hour commitment to The Pillars of the Earth is well worth it to enjoy this interactive towering tale, faithfully adapted to near-perfection by Daedalic. For patient gamers, this is not a narrative adventure that should be missed.

The Pillars of the Earth: Book Three – Eye of the Storm (Ken Follett’s)  (2018)

The 20-plus hour commitment to The Pillars of the Earth is well worth it to enjoy this interactive towering tale, faithfully adapted to near-perfection by Daedalic. For patient gamers, this is not a narrative adventure that should be missed.

The Pillars of the Earth: Book Two – Sowing the Wind (Ken Follett’s)  (2017)

The 20-plus hour commitment to The Pillars of the Earth is well worth it to enjoy this interactive towering tale, faithfully adapted to near-perfection by Daedalic. For patient gamers, this is not a narrative adventure that should be missed.

Pajama Sam 2: Thunder and Lightning Aren’t So Frightening  (1998)

With a subtle environmental message and assurance for children about the danger of thunderstorms, Pajama Sam 2 is the strongest entry in this enduring series for kids aged 3-8.

Rumu  (2017)

For a story starring a robot vacuum cleaner and a smart home A.I., the short but sweet Rumu showcases a wide spectrum of human emotions, which is a feat that not even many people-centric dramas achieve.

Gorogoa  (2017)

Gorogoa is a clever, well-balanced tile-based puzzler that shines through its visual illusions. If you’re seeking an innovative game with unique brain-teasers and gorgeous graphics, this game is for you.

The Journey Down: Chapter Three  (2017)

While shorter than the last instalment, and the easiest of the three to boot, the final chapter of The Journey Down brings closure to series veterans and, more importantly, makes the entire trilogy required gaming for adventure fans in general.

The Journey Down  (2017)

While shorter than the last instalment, and the easiest of the three to boot, the final chapter of The Journey Down brings closure to series veterans and, more importantly, makes the entire trilogy required gaming for adventure fans in general.

Detention  (2017)

Detention is a marvel of sight, sound, gameplay and storytelling; a highly atmospheric horror adventure that manages to accomplish more in its short playtime than some games twice its length.

Burly Men at Sea  (2016)

Almost everything in this choose-your-own-adventure game is wonderfully executed, and indie style shines in every facet of the game. Players looking for a calming, delightful experience will surely find Burly Men at Sea the perfect port of call.

Silence  (2016)

Silence offers a captivating mix of innocent delight layered over an undercurrent of wistful sadness, wrapped up in lovely art and music. The story could have done with a bit more flesh on its bones, but it’s filled with nuance and heart.

The Black Watchmen: Season 1  (2015)

If you’re already a fan of The Black Watchmen’s research-heavy, reality-bending puzzles and gameplay, you’ll love what you find in this budget-priced, bite-size installment of the Alternate Reality Gaming occult thriller. But those still sitting on the fence won’t discover what all the fuss is about without buying into the full first-season experience.

The Black Watchmen: Mother Russia (DLC)  (2016)

If you’re already a fan of The Black Watchmen’s research-heavy, reality-bending puzzles and gameplay, you’ll love what you find in this budget-priced, bite-size installment of the Alternate Reality Gaming occult thriller. But those still sitting on the fence won’t discover what all the fuss is about without buying into the full first-season experience.

Obduction  (2016)

Obduction is clearly not aimed at impatient gamers with older hardware. But Myst enthusiasts and exotic-world explorers will find a whole new stupendous universe to fall in love with, and fans of mind-bending challenges will find themselves in paradise… most of the time.

The Black Watchmen: Season 2 - Enduring Conflict  (2015)

The incremental improvements this season bode well for the future of a series that combines traditional puzzling with the reality-blurring aspects of alternate reality gaming. Even with its blemishes, The Black Watchmen is ARGing at its finest.

Kathy Rain  (2016)

A remarkable achievement from a first-time developer, Kathy Rain is an unexpectedly personal gem about a heroine who proves she belongs with the genre’s other big names.

Samorost 3  (2016)

Bursting with charm and vibrant life, the beautiful worlds of Samorost 3 are beguiling, so long as you don’t worry too much about logic or plot and just go with the flow.

Aviary Attorney  (2015)

While not the most interactive of adventures, Aviary Attorney takes a successful visual novel formula and builds on it in significant ways, all while managing to be sincerely funny and charming.

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