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  • The Void is different, but does it work? Is it fun to play? I would have to say, “Yes.”
    Note: This review was originally posted October 17, 2009 Where will you go when you die? Will you b
    04/27/17 | Review | by Bob Washburne
  • They really don’t make 'em like this anymore, folks. Get 'em while you can.
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: March 30-31, 2017 The graphic adventure ga
    04/20/17 | Review | by Greg Collins
  • Four Last Things is escapism at its best and not a statement of theology
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: February 23, 2017 Four Last What? &nb
    04/18/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
  • In a journey filled with peril, travel through Manula Valley, discover the home of an old witch and an ancient alchemist, & explore a mysterious house that holds a hidden secret as you search for the birthplace of the Sacred Rings
    Genre: Fantasy AdventureRelease Date: March 2007Platform: PC Note: This review was originally pub
    04/13/17 | Review | by Eric McConnell
  • A parody puzzle game that's the true epilogue for every FPS ever written
    Genre: Mopping Simulator (the world's first and only); or, if you prefer, Space-Station Janitor
    04/12/17 | Review | by Bob Washburne
  • In terms of gameplay, 96 Mill is a very standard point-and-click adventure, but without any substantial challenges. Most, if not all of the puzzles involve going around the factory and pixel-hunting until you find a key, and then using that key in the appropriate door to advance the story.
    Genre: Horror, Point-and-Click Release date: January 26, 2017 96 Mill is a mini-adventure
    04/11/17 | Review | by Kemal Ure
  • Overall, playing ToB was a nice experience, but marred a bit towards the end
    Genre: adventureNote: This review was originally published August 25, 2006   A dark stree
    04/06/17 | Review | by Aya
  • Bayou Island is a very short game, with a simple story and only a handful of characters and scenes; however, it's a solid classic point-and-click adventure for old-school gamers
    Genre: 2D Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: February 28, 2017 The Mysterious Island
    04/04/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
  • All-in-all, this is a worthy adventure for the thoughtful gamer
    Genre: 2D point-and-click Adventure Release date: February 2, 2017Reviewed on Android
    03/31/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
  • The game is technically very well made but calling it an adventure game is probably not appropriate due to the lack of puzzles. The game's story is not uninteresting, although it is perhaps a little too complex and it's not easy to keep track of who's who, especially at the beginning.
    Note: This review was originally published April 23, 2002 When I first heard about a game called&nb
    03/30/17 | Review | by Michal Necasek
  • The story is very well-written with dialog that flows naturally. The characters are likable and I could not help but care about Brianna’s fate and cheer her on.
    Genre: Point-and-Click Graphic Text Adventure Release date: December 1, 2016Reviewed on: Androi
    03/29/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
  • A survival horror game which immerses players in a world full of supernatural spirits and mind-numbing terror
    Genre: Survival Horror AdventureRelease Date: March 2002Platforms: Playstation 2, XboxNote: Ori
    03/23/17 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
  • A legitimate adventure game which will teach you something about Astronomy and Physics
    Genre: Adventure, EducationalRelease date: February 17, 2017 (Early Access) IF YOU CAN HEAR
    03/22/17 | Review | by Bob Washburne
  • Family friend and soap opera actress Maddie Jensen invites you, as Nancy Drew, to a New York studio to investigate who's been threatening the show's hottest star
    Genre: Mystery AdventureRelease Date: November 1999Platform: PCNote: Original publication date is un
    03/16/17 | Review | by Harriet Gurganus
  • Seek a remedy for an epidemic that threatens to destroy Heliopolis, the City of the Sun
    Platform:  PC, MacRelease Date: October 2000Note: Original date of publication unknownEgyp
    03/09/17 | Review | by Tom Houston
  • A young woman has been murdered and all the evidence points to you... But did you do it? Yes. You did.
    Genre: Murder mystery (with a twist) Release date: July 21, 2016  It is Paris, 1894.
    03/03/17 | Review | by Bailey James
  • From the narrow streets of Cairo's bazaar to the banks of the Nile, this comic adventure has you running from a mad Osiris on a mission to meet the Pharoah
    Genre: AdventureRelease Date: March 2006Platform: WindowsNote: This review was originally published
    03/02/17 | Review | by Sudeep Pasricha
  • A must-play for VR adventure gamers
    Tim Schafer's first VR adventure, PSVR-exclusive Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin, is a welcome re
    03/02/17 | Review | by Randall Rigdon
  • Hidden Folks uses visual creativity and ingenious sound effects to make a gameplay experience that is calming and amusing
    Genre: Puzzle Release date: February 15, 2017 Anyone who’s dipped a toe in the waters o
    02/24/17 | Review | by Bailey James
  • A combination of lifelike images, subtle environmental sounds, compelling soundtrack and thoroughly developed characters and stories will completely immerse you in the experience of several lifetimes
    Genre: Horror AdventureRelease Date: 1996Platform: PC, MacNote: Original publication date unknownLoo
    02/23/17 | Review | by Ray Ivey
  • A short, beautiful game acting as a teaser for the Eastshade project
    Genre: Classic Adventure Release date: February 8, 2017 All your life you have wanted to go to
    02/22/17 | Review | by Bob Washburne
  • At $2.99 for 1.5-2 hours of playtime, I can heartily recommend A Normal Lost Phone as a quick story that might pique deeper questions about personal communication and your own use of technology (or at least encourage you to add a lock-screen password to your personal devices)
    “What if you found a phone?,” the development studio Accidental Queens asks in the trailer for t
    02/19/17 | Review | by Bailey James
  • With rhyming dialogue, a lovely color palette, and characters that are full of life and expression, Milkmaid of the Milky Way is a great way to spend a quiet afternoon
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: January 5, 2017 Milkmaid of the Milky Way
    02/17/17 | Review | by Kyle Brown
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider definitely falls into the category of Games I Play With a Stupid Grin on My Face. It's a big box of candy. I enjoyed every minute of it, and I think you will, too.
    Genre: Action-AdventureRelease date: October 11, 2016 I didn't jump into the Tomb Raider
    02/16/17 | Review | by Ray Ivey
  • The game begins with a strange opening which is, in fact, your wedding day, as your wife-to-be is taking an awful long time getting ready [For those of us who are married, we know it does not have to be your wedding day for your spouse to take forever to get ready – Randy].
    Genre: Adventure Release Date: June 2004 Note: This review was originally published July 15,
    02/16/17 | Review | by Ryan Casey
  • Brand new yet familiar, Capcom’s Resident Evil 7 features tight design, terrifying scares and some of the most grounded intensity the series has ever seen
    Genre: Survival Horror Release date: January 24, 2017Arachnophobe alert: There be spiders here
    02/15/17 | Review | by Kyle Brown
  • The influences of the Monkey Island series play out here in the whimsical architecture and inventive character designs that lend the game its sense of playfulness
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: October 6, 2016  Venture Moon Industr
    02/14/17 | Review | by Bailey James
  • Overall, Maize has all the elements of a great adventure game: Superb graphics, wonderful sounds, an intriguing cast of characters, a heroic quest, a story that twists at the end, and subtle humor
    Genre: Point-and-Click 3D Adventure Release date: December 1, 2016Reviewed on: Windows 10 A Ma
    02/13/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
  • Play as both Mina and Jep as they are once again trapped on the island only to discover that an unknown disease is attacking the plants and animals
    Genre: Sci-Fi AdventureRelease Date: June 2009Platforms: PC, iPhoneNote: Originally published 18 Nov
    02/09/17 | Review | by Greg Collins
  • ...if you are willing to take the time to understand the mechanics of the game and the idea of helping a species survive in a hostile environment appeals to you, Creatures: Exodus has a lot to offer
    Note: This review was originally published August 11, 2005 I’m sorry, did you happen to see my sp
    02/02/17 | Review | by Ugur Sener
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