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Best rated Adventure Games for Mac 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.

realMyst  (2000)

realMyst’s Masterpiece Edition offers spectacular enhancements to an already iconic adventure game – even the Myst naysayers should be pleasantly surprised by the new visuals and interface revisions.

Kentucky Route Zero: Act III  (2014)

Kentucky Route Zero’s excellent third act is no less weird than its predecessors, but hints at something unexpected: a coherent narrative.

FRACT OSC  (2014)

An incredibly stylish, wondrously original vision wrapped in a neon-colored synthesizer from the future, FRACT OSC offers a surreal musical landscape that is only best described as interactive art.

The Wolf Among Us: Episode One - Faith  (2013)

Hats off to Telltale for not resting on their laurels with The Wolf Among Us, but stepping out and creating a new adventure series that is shaping up to be brilliantly bleak and gritty but joyously fun.

Gone Home  (2013)

Gone Home does only one thing but does it superbly, telling a touching story solely through exploration that makes it well worth experiencing.

Kentucky Route Zero: Act I  (2013)

As much a poem as it is a game, Kentucky Route Zero: Act I is the bizarre, lovely first leg of a road trip into the sad, strange heart of America.

The Walking Dead: Episode Two - Starved for Help  (2012)

Starved for Help more than fulfills the high expectations set for it, maintaining the tense immersion and bold story development of its predecessor.

The Walking Dead: Episode One - A New Day  (2012)

The Walking Dead may have more gore than puzzles, but by striking out in a new direction that focuses on atmospheric storytelling, Telltale delivers one their most compelling and enjoyable titles to date.

Botanicula  (2012)

A creation of obvious love and care, Botanicula is a must-play for those seeking a truly imaginative and entertaining adventure game.

The Book of Unwritten Tales  (2011)

It took a while to be told, but The Book of Unwritten Tales holds an epic adventure between its pages, bringing to life a gorgeous, multi-dimensional, quest-laden world of glittering seas and fiery mountains, and filling it with some of the most endearing game characters of all time.

Amnesia: The Dark Descent  (2010)

Not for the faint of heart, this gothic horror adventure is a relentlessly intense and terrifying experience from start to finish.

Machinarium  (2009)

As imaginative as it is polished, Machinarium is refreshing, unique, and highly recommended. Just buy it. In fact, buy a copy for a friend.

Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars - The Director’s Cut (DS)  (2009)

Not quite perfect, this Broken Sword: Director’s Cut is still the best port of an adventure game on the DS to date. Whether experiencing the game for the first time or reliving old memories, there is much for everyone to enjoy in this game.

King’s Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow  (1992)

If you only play one King’s Quest game, make it this one. It’s the only game in the series where story and gameplay come together in perfect balance, and after a decade of working to get it right, it’s one of the best games Sierra gave us.

Sam & Max: Episode 201 - Ice Station Santa  (2007)

Just slightly below Reality 2.0 on the list of great episodes; it’s laugh-out-loud funny, with very intelligent puzzle design and a totally demented self-contained story which interjects demonic possession into a sacred holiday. An absolute must-play.

Sam & Max: Season Two  (2008)

This game, and this season as a whole, is completely, certifiably nutso. And therein lies the magic and the charm of the experience. It's a wonderful experience when it's not straining under the weight of its own ambition.

Blade Runner  (1997)

A magnificent title. One that stands in the top echelon of adventure titles despite a few design-based flaws.

Samorost 2  (2005)

A fantastic follow up to the original that is enchanting every step of the way.

Bad Mojo Redux  (2004)

Bad Mojo Redux revives a true classic, and optimizes it for performance. An absolute must-play for any adventure fan with even a passing tolerance of insects. If you can't beat 'em... join 'em!

Myst IV: Revelation  (2004)

A fateful return of a venerable series proves it still has legs even 10 odd years on.

Syberia II  (2004)

If you loved the first one or thought that it would be excellent if only the puzzles were more challenging, this is a game you will not want to be without.

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