Adventure games and games related to adventure games


Recommended March 23
"The puzzles are fantastic, especially the third person perspective puzzles via the risk assessment goggles. The art's charming, the voice acting's superb, the story's great, and the music's excellent."
Recommended March 23
"It manages to carry the legacy quite well, with an engaging, funny storyline, memorable characters, excellent voice acting and music, and great puzzles."
Recommended March 13, 2016
"Great music, voice acting, puzzles. The art is superb. Except for a clumsy interrogation system and the odd strangeness in translation, it's fantastic."
Recommended November 1, 2015
"It's longer with a meatier story that reveals back stories and secrets. Voices and music shine, and the notebook puzzles and character portraits return."
Recommended November 1, 2015
"This choices and consequences game without puzzles evokes the spirit of those adventures in its story. The music, voices, and plot line are top notch."
Recommended November 1, 2015
"There's multiple cases and Joey is now playable. It lacks character portraits but everything else is an improvement, from the music to the voice acting."
Recommended November 1, 2015
"It's short, but full of charm. It has fun art, expressive animation and music to match. Best of all, the Gobliiins inspired puzzles are very creative."
Recommended June 1, 2015
"The Blackwell's first outing is a grand one. Great story, music, and mostly good voice acting. It's a must play for all who like classic adventure games"
Recommended May 26, 2015
"The original Grim Fandango is a classic, with excellent characters, story, and music. The remastered version's improvements are subtle, but well done."
Recommended May 23, 2015
"Some puzzles may be frustrating, but the story blends comedy and drama, the characters are memorable, and the art, music, and voice acting are excellent"
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