Randy Sluganski

Randy Sluganski was a true adventure gamer and his passion for these games made him just as important as the developers and publishers of these games. Randy passed away after battling lung cancer for over 10 years. Randy can never be replaced but we would like to light a torch in his memory for what he did for us with his love of adventure gaming.


We dedicate this site to the Memory of Randy Sluganski and his love for adventure games.

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  • In this sequel to 3 Skulls of the Toltecs and Wanted: A Wild Western Adventure, Fenimore and Rhiannon are pursued by outlaws as they search for a stash of money hidden in a graveyard.
    Genre: HumorRelease Date: April 2009Platform: PCNote: Originally published 7 April 2009     Short
    04/13/12 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Jonathan Harker travels to Transylvania to save his wife Mina, who has been overcome by an irresistible yearning for the bloodlust of the vampire.
    Distributor: MicroidsRelease Date: January 2000Platform: PC, Mac, PSX      Note: Originally publ
    04/04/12 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Alpha Polaris is a point-and-click horror-adventure game set in Greenland. What is causing the mysterious and horrific dreams of the crew stationed out in the middle of nowhere?
    A wendigo may be hiding in the arctic cold, devouring human flesh and creating psychosis among the m
    08/15/11 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Survive the horrors in and around the American oil research station with this walkthrough!
    The Story: (From the press release) In the midst of the snowfields of Greenland lies Alpha Polaris
    08/15/11 | Walkthrough | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Though it does a better job than most hidden object games, it tries too hard to be a titillating teenage tale of vampiric adoration.
    Every month we receive numerous requests from publishers & developers to review their new advent
    12/10/10 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • This hidden object game is anything but that.
    Genre: Hidden Object ESRB: Crime Lab: T(een) Release Date: Crime Lab: November 2010 Crime Lab:
    12/09/10 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Again is about the return of Providence, a killer who leaves an Eye of Providence cut from a dollar bill next to each of his victims.
    It’s not often that I want to finish a game rather than having to finish it for purposes of wr
    04/22/10 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • New puzzles, modern graphic sand effect grace this 3 pack of Jonathan Boakes’ Darkfall: The Journal (Classic Edition) and Darkfall: Lights Out (Director’s Cut Edition) and Matt Clarke’s Barrow Hill
    Genre: Horror/Mystery Release Date: January 2010 If there were an award for best pc box art ever
    03/25/10 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Syberia is visionary author and artistic director Benoït Sokal's wildly ambitious follow-up to Amerzone.
    Genre: Fantasy Release Date: November 2009 Platform: Windows Finally a publisher willing to give
    12/10/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Well, you know the old saying, trick me once, shame on you, trick me twice, shame on me
    As the legendary Yogi Berra once said, “It was like déjà vu all over again.” Had I previously
    12/08/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Agatha Christie's 1936 title makes its way to the Nintendo DS handheld console, complete with touchscreen interaction.
    Genre:  Detective/Mystery Release Date: November 2009     Originally pu
    12/08/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • James Patterson hard covers, James Patterson paperbacks, James Patterson graphic novels, James Patterson audio novels, James Patterson films, James Patterson television shows, James Patterson pc games, James Patterson online games and now James Patterson Nintendo DS games. Am I forgetting anything? How about some James Patterson jammies to sleep in at night or a James Patterson candy bar to snack on while reading? Seriously though, James Patterson is as nice a person as you could ever have the pleasure to meet and it’s great that he has taken such a liking to the adventure genre.
    James Patterson hard covers, James Patterson paperbacks, James Patterson graphic novels, James Patte
    10/22/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • D2
    D2 begins with Laura and a young girl name Jannie aboard a plane during Christmas Day, 2000. As terrorists attempt to overtake the flight, a meteorite is hurtling towards Earth.
    Warp founder Kenj Eno is a major gaming celebrity in Japan on the equivalent of America's Lord Briti
    08/08/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Review
    A three-person crew has been sent on the spaceship Prometheus to explore the Cydonia Mensae region of Mars for the prospect of human colonization and if possible terraform the landscape for human habitation.
    I must confess that I am not a fan of what we here at Just Adventure refer to as "twaddleware" adven
    08/02/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • What's that? You say you've never heard of Cracking the Conspiracy?
    Just adventure. That's what Cracking the Conspiracy is: just adventure. No action sequences, no LA
    08/01/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • You play as Alyssa Hale, a teenager with a dual personality. Normally a quiet young lady with a gloomy personality, Alyssa has a dark side, a cruel and merciless man known as Mr. Bates who can possess her body at will.
    I derive more enjoyment out of the strangest games than most people do from the classics. Case in po
    08/01/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • In 1986, the mistress of the Barrows Mansion gave birth to twins. From the day they were born however, it was obvious the twins were not normal and were evil. The twins were given the names Bobby and Dan, who were later to become the murderous Scissormen.
    "In the mountains of Romsdaaren, Norway, stands the Barrows Family Mansion. This mansion had a lar
    08/01/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Chicken Little the movie is a computer animated triumph with engaging characters, hilarious moments and sophisticated, satirical concepts that appeal on different levels to both children and adults.
    Chicken Little the movie is a computer animated triumph with engaging characters, hilarious moments
    07/27/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • The year is 171 A.D. Your mentor and his Christian brethren have been captured by the Romans, and only you can rescue them from their certain death in the bowels of the Catacombs. Standing in your way are possessed Roman soldiers and diabolical demons. At your disposal are eight different Swords of the Spirit, the Armor of God, and Scrolls to increase your faith. Angels from on High will guide your way as demons from below attempt to send you heaven bound.
    ESRB Rating: T(een)Genre: Adventure/Action So here it was, another Sunday morning, and once again I
    07/27/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Blair Witch 3 is the conclusion and also the beginning of a new mythos.
    Release Date: December 2000 The decision to release the Blair Witch series at a budget price duri
    07/11/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Escape from the Haunted House, and this is one haunted house you won't be able to get out of quick enough.
    Escape from the Haunted House, and this is one haunted house you won't be able to get out of quick
    07/11/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare proves to be the exception to this long-accepted dictum in the industry.
    Release Date: June 2001 Usually when a big-budget game overshoots its projected holiday release da
    07/03/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Jonny's new adventures have been modernized and computerized.
    Release Date: June 1999 This ain't your daddy's Jonny Quest! Well, actually he is not muc
    06/26/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • FBI Agent Nicole Bonnet – developer City Interactive’s version of Clarice Starling – is once again globe-trotting in Art of Murder 2: Hunt for the Puppeteer.
    FBI Agent Nicole Bonnet – developer City Interactive’s version of Clarice Starling – is once a
    03/08/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Editorial
    Ou know, I take up the banner for Her Interactive so often that you would be forgiven for thinking I’m on their payroll. But I’m not. I’m just some poor schmuck (both literally and figuratively) with a big mouth.
    In the March 2009 issue of PC Gamer, in the midst of their annual ‘Let’s suck-up and bestow awar
    03/05/09 | Editorial | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Assil has a big problem. Seems he has been grounded for a week by his father for ‘borrowing’ pop’s pyramid key and partying like an Egyptian, but that’s the least of his difficulties.
    Genre: Adventure Release Date: September 2008 Assil has a big problem. Seems he has been grounded
    02/26/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Editorial
    Games Radar, a site owned by parent company Future plc, is yet another in a long line of internet game sites that imagine themselves as cutting-edge because a) they said so and b) they post controversial articles designed to get a rise.
    The Future plc portfolio is comprised of over 100 magazines and 70 websites such as PC Gamer, Ninten
    07/29/08 | Editorial | by Randy Sluganski
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  • New Robinson is 2D animation in the style of the old LucasArts games like Day of the Tentacle and Sam and Max.
    The first game we'll review, New Robinson, is loosely based on the classic novel by Daniel Defoe a
    07/11/08 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Blue Beard (this game was originally known as Barmaley, but in what seems to be an attempt at universal appeal, the title was recently changed to Blue Beard), is a fun-filled romp through the jungles of Africa. Geared toward children, you play as a young boy who must outwit the evil Blue Beard and free captured animals bound for the zoo. The game is a combination of simple, but involving, arcade/action sequences and adventure-type puzzles.
    Blue Beard (this game was originally known as Barmaley, but in what seems to be an attempt at uni
    07/11/08 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Jane Jensen is a sneaky, sneaky person. It all started with Inspector Parker in 2003. A casual game with just a smidgen of adventure elements, which was understandable as Jane’s Gabriel Knight games were – and still are – considered classics in the genre.
    Jane Jensen is a sneaky, sneaky person.  It all started with Inspector Parker in 2003.  A casua
    05/17/08 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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