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Best rated Adventure Games for Mac 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.

Sam & Max Hit the Road  (1993)

It's a must for adventure games; the humor still keeps surprising me. Highest recommendation.

Gabriel Knight: The Beast Within  (1995)

A wonderful follow-up to Sins of the Fathers. One of the few computer games to actually involve personal, meaningful growth in a player-character. Easily one of the best Full Motion Video games ever made.

The Last Express  (1997)

With a long playing time, and loads of intrigue, this game is a sure bet for history buffs and casual fans.

1893: A World’s Fair Mystery  (2002)

Chances like this, to really experience something as exciting as the 1893 World's Fair, are rare. Don't pass this up if you have the attention span.

Syberia  (2002)

Sign me up for the sequel!

Tex Murphy: Under a Killing Moon  (1994)

One of the best detective games available. Revolutionary at its time, and still stands up to the best of today. All adventure fans should own it.

Riven: The Sequel to Myst  (1997)

Dare I say better than the original? You bet! A worthy successor to Myst. Riven will keep you at your computer for hours and up all night.

Amber: Journeys Beyond  (1996)

One of the best adventure games available. Provides an enticing and engaging story, combined with atmospheric graphics and audio at an affordable price.

Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy  (2021)

Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy blasts off for a fun classic-styled space adventure across two beautifully diverse galaxies with only a couple of bumps on re-entry.

ENCODYA  (2021)

ENCODYA’s occasionally clunky mechanics and obscure puzzles are more than compensated for by its intricately created cyberpunk world, gorgeous aesthetic and array of interesting characters.

Orwell’s Animal Farm  (2020)

Orwell’s Animal Farm is a very good reimagining of the famous novel, staying true to the spirit of the dystopic Republic of the Animals. Though it lacks the kind of puzzles and gameplay to make it a full-fledged adventure, it’s a must-play for those who would enjoy a well-executed exploration of a classic novel.

Quarantine Diary  (2021)

A mystery-laced vision of Sweden during the pandemic, Quarantine Diary provides an engagingly resplendent journey for Carol Reed fans and newcomers alike to undertake.

Star Seeker in: The Secret of the Sorcerous Standoff  (2020)

Those who enjoy a solid murder mystery with well-written humour and charming characters will find all that packed into a single room in Star Seeker, a short but sweet LGBTQ+ friendly pixel art adventure.

The Norwood Suite  (2017)

Forsaking both challenging gameplay and a traditional narrative structure, The Norwood Suite is a welcome odyssey into oddity that will more than satisfy those craving strangeness or just another piece of the delightful Off-Peak universe.

Shut In  (2020)

Shut In is a short but intensely atmospheric side-scrolling pixel art horror adventure that nicely builds dread, tension and intrigue whilst also cleverly exploring the everyday difficulties that living with depression and anxiety can bring.

The Last Campfire  (2020)

The Last Campfire is a wonderful way to while away a few evenings, pondering your own mortality while having a fun time doing it by solving puzzles in a lovely fantasy world.

Helheim Hassle  (2020)

Managing six different detachable body parts takes some getting used to, but Helheim Hassle is a consistently fun, creative blend of narrative adventure and puzzle-platformer with an amusing spin on Norse mythology.

The House of Da Vinci 2  (2019)

The House of Da Vinci 2 challenges you to match wits with the master in this sequel that, despite a few hiccups, builds upon the fun recipe of puzzles and mechanical systems that the first game established so well.

Beyond a Steel Sky  (2020)

It’s not a perfect game, but Beyond a Steel Sky is a perfectly joyful experience and a faithful sequel for anyone who loved the original game, while bearing the standard for what a modern science fiction adventure should look and sound like in 2020.

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