The Adventure Company Games
The Book of Unwritten Tales: Critter Chronicles
The Critter Chronicles tell the story of how adventurer Nate Bonnett and Critter, his hairy sidekick, first met, all set before their appearance in Wilbur's and Ivo's adventure in The ...
The Book of Unwritten Tales
The Book of Unwritten Tales is a classic Point & Click adventure set in a fair and beautiful fantasy world.
Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders (2009)
Agatha Christie's A.B.C Murders tells the story of Captain Hastings and Hercule Poirot as they attempt to solve a series of bizarre murders committed by an elusive madman.
The Hardy Boys: The Hidden Theft
The vault of the Spencer Mansion has been robbed, and it's up to the Hardy Boys to solve this mystery.
Take on the role of Professor Van Helsing and chase Count Dracula through London, Egypt, Austria, and Transylvania.
Sherlock Holmes: Nemesis
Sherlock Holmes matches wits with Arsene Lupin, the world's greatest thief, in this 3D adventure.
Agatha Christie: Evil Under the Sun
Evil Under the Sun is the latest Agatha Christie novel to receive a gaming makeover, and it features Hercule Poirot as the central character.
The Secrets of Atlantis
Set in the 1930s, the fifth installment in the Atlantis adventure series takes you across the world from New York to India. Along the way, you'll uncover clues that tie ...
Hans Christian Andersen: The Ugly Prince Duckling
Climb the social ladder and overcome your lowly birth to save the princess from the wicked dictator.
The Sacred Rings
The sequel to Aura: Fate of the Ages transports Umang to Manula Valley. The Sacred Rings is rife with new puzzles, challenges, and truths.
Agatha Christie: Murder on the Orient Express (2006)
Agatha Christie returns for adventure with Murder on the Orient Express.
Secret Files: Tunguska
The Secret Files: Tunguska is a point-and-click adventure game based on the mysterious Tunguska phenomenon that occurred in July 1908.
Evidence: The Last Ritual
The Phoenix is back in this sequel to Missing: Since January, and the authorities need your help to catch him once and for all. Evidence has you piecing together clues ...
Safecracker: The Ultimate Puzzle Adventure
In this adventure game you are hired by the wealthy family of a recently deceased billionaire to search for the last will and testament of their late relative, Duncan Walter ...
Keepsake is an adventure game that takes place in the Dragonvale Academy school of magic.
Crime Stories: From the Files of Martin Mystere
This 3D adventure game is based on the popular comic book by Alfredo Castelli.
Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None
Make your way through a lavish estate on an island in an attempt to uncover an unseen killer in Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None.
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Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon
Developer Revolution Software really understands the adventure genre and capitalizes on its strengths in Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon.
Law & Order: Dead on the Money
Because it's such a good translation of the show, Law & Order fans will likely persevere despite the game's frustrating structure.
Syberia proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the adventure game genre is still full of life.
The Cameron Files: The Secret at Loch Ness
Players take on the role of detective Alan Parker to investigate a series of supernatural events.
Post Mortem doesn't put enough emphasis on its own interesting features, and the rest of the time, it's just another formulaic adventure.
Curse of Atlantis: Thorgal's Quest
Thorgal's Quest is less of a quest and more of a short jaunt, since most players will be able to finish it in a single sitting.
While Syberia II isn't all that fans might have hoped for, it's still a very fine game and likely to provide you with hours of enjoyment.
The Cameron Files: Pharaoh's Curse
Apart from the hero's hairline, Pharaoh's Curse is a paint-by-numbers adventure game.
Jack the Ripper
Jack the Ripper turns the usual gaming trend on its head: The developers spent a lot of time creating an engaging story but hardly put any gameplay into the game.
Crystal Key 2: The Far Realm
While Crystal Key 2 sure isn't a stunner, it's still a fairly solid adventure game that has its charms.
Mysterious Journey II
Mysterious Journey II is filled with lots of arbitrary, convoluted, brutally tough puzzles. In fact, you could say this is really a puzzle game masquerading as an adventure game.
If you can bear playing Atlantis Evolution long enough, it starts to get better toward the end, but by then it's scant consolation.
Traitors Gate 2
Traitors Gate 2 is a mess of a game that feels more like punishment than fun.
The Egyptian Prophecy
This adventure game will see players assuming the role of a young Egyptian princess who is attempting to save the life of pharaoh Ramses II.
Forever Worlds - Enter the Unknown
The plot of this first-person adventure game involves an archaeological detective traveling through a chain of nonparallel dimensions.
Law & Order II: Double or Nothing
If you have even a passing interest in Law & Order, you should give Double or Nothing a look.
Salammbo: Battle of Carthage
Based on the Gustave Flaubert story later translated in a comic strip series, this point-and-click adventure puts you in the role of Spendius, a slave that rises to the rank ...
Dark Fall: The Journal
Adventure-game fans who are patient and love ghost or detective stories will find a challenging mystery in Dark Fall.
The Black Mirror
If it weren't for its horrid acting and clumsy writing, The Black Mirror would be a solid adventure game.
In Still Life, you play the role of Victoria McPherson, a young FBI agent who's investigating a serial murder case. Set in modern Chicago and late-1920s Prague, the game lets ...
Dark Fall: Lights Out
If you played last year's Dark Fall - The Journal, then you've virtually played its follow-up, Dark Fall: Lights Out. Both games share almost identical weaknesses and strengths.