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  • This game can be quite effort-intensive and time-consuming, but if you rush through it and play it only once, I can almost guarantee you won't like it
    Genre: Mystery/Sci-Fi Exploration AdventureRelease date: April 20, 2016 Note: P.O.L.L.E.N. supports
    06/20/16 | Review | by Karla Munger
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  • In short, Casanova isn't a bad game if you want some pants-charming-off-deformed-computer-generated-women action. But if you wanted a quality adventure game, I'd look somewhere else.
    Note: This review was originally published February 13, 2002 Casanova (kas-e-nov-a) n. 1. A ro
    06/16/16 | Review | by Adam Rodman
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  • Studio Fizbin wanted to make a classic adventure game with intriguing puzzles and a compelling story. And they nailed it!
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: September 27, 2013 Of all the parallel universe
    06/16/16 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • An amateur effort that fails to learn from mistakes made in A Space Adventure, including unfair puzzles, confusing navigation and an immature story line.
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: May 11, 2016 Back in April of 2015, I reviewed
    06/14/16 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • The new commercial version has everything you need to upgrade your PC to the exciting world of Virtual Reality.
    Genre: Adventure Release date: February 29, 2016 November 2015 - How it Began   Oculus
    06/10/16 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • Reboots are always a tricky proposition, but DOOM's campaign is hellishly fun for FPS fans.
    Genre: First-Person ShooterRelease date: May 13, 2016Review Platform: Xbox One Reboots are always a
    06/10/16 | Review | by Daniel Deitrick
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  • If you are an adventure gamer who isn’t afraid to occasionally dip your toes in the churning waters of action/adventures, then Alone in the Dark: Inferno is a must-play, much more so than games like BioShock or Half Life that are primarily first-person-shooters
    Genre: Action/Adventure Release Date: November 2008 Note: This review was originally published Dece
    06/09/16 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • A very interesting setup with a solid atmosphere and an amazing soundtrack is marred by weak puzzles, poor voice-overs, and design flaws.
    Genre: Adventure Release date: February 29, 2016 I was initially drawn to Soul Axiom due to it
    06/03/16 | Review | by Kemal Ure
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  • What makes D a failure and the reason it is on Just Adventure’s list of “turkeys” is exactly what is supposed to make it stand out. From the moment the game starts, players have exactly two hours to complete the game and there is no save function.
    Note: Review was originally published July 7, 2003 Released in 1996 [the Japanese version was relea
    06/02/16 | Review | by Ugur Sener
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  • A well written ‘big’ adventure game that's fun to play. There's enough diversity within the game to hold the interest of most players.
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: March 31, 2016 The Times They Are A-Changing &
    05/31/16 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Kathy Rain is absolutely one of the best adventure games I've played this year
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: May 5, 2016 Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers
    05/30/16 | Review | by Kemal Ure
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  • I am happy to say that Wanted: A Wild Western Adventure (released in Europe as The Westerner) is one of the best adventures I have played in the past five years, and is a serious contender for best adventure game of the year.
    Note: This review was originally published on JA November 12, 2004. It originally app
    05/26/16 | Review | by Dimitris Manos
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  • For those who missed the "golden era" of Lucas Arts adventures, this title is worth playing if only to experience a step back in time.
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: March 22, 2016 A Brief History   Day of
    05/20/16 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • ...I personally have nothing but good things to say about this game. In fact, the only problem I have is that it’s too short, and that just means I’m greedy.
    Note: This review was originally published November 17, 2005 Ever wondered whether it’s possible
    05/19/16 | Review | by Shannon Hall-Harris
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  • Very enjoyable. I'm glad I played it, I'm glad I backed the Kickstarter project. A few frustrating puzzles.
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: April 14, 2016 You wake up. Where are you? The
    05/17/16 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • Bioshock 2 is nearly every bit as enjoyable, if not as innovative, as its antecedent.
    Genre: Action/Adventure Release Date: February 2010 Note: Review was originally published on March 1
    05/11/16 | Review | by Troy Merrick
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  • Sometimes you enjoy a game for the wrong reasons
    Genre: Adventure Release date: April 1, 2016 Sometimes you enjoy a game for the wrong reasons.
    05/05/16 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • If Bermuda Syndrome were a Hollywood film, it would surely be an instant hit. I mean, it's got dinosaurs, dinosaurs getting their heads blown off, primitive villagers, primitive villagers getting their heads blown off, and a topless female lead.
    Release Date: 1995 Note: Review originally published January 1, 2009 Adventure games and side-
    05/05/16 | Review | by Adam Rodman
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  • If you like beautiful scenery and light puzzles, this game is for you.
    Genre: Adventure Release date: April 26, 2016 The third chapter of the new King’s Quest has
    05/01/16 | Review | by Jeffry Houser
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  • Beautiful design, fantastic music, fun puzzles, and a great quirky vibe.
    Genre: Point-And-Click Adventure Release date: March 10, 2016 Review:     Grade
    04/29/16 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • This is one of those games in which you feel the developer's fierce attention to detail no matter where you look
    Note: Review was originally posted December 21, 2004 It’s long been a standard assumption in the
    04/28/16 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Every laugh or moment of enjoyment this game wrung out of me was unintentional.
    Genre: Adventure Release date: March 30, 2016 Crystal Rift, developed by Psytec Games, is the
    04/27/16 | Review | by Bailey James
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  • A visually stunning game crafted with a level of creativity and intelligence that one rarely sees in tablet gaming
    Genre: Puzzle AdventureRelease Date: November, 2015 Review Platform: Android tablet Eureka! &
    04/21/16 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • The Far Realm promised higher graphical fireworks, better plot and more character involvement but doesn't deliver
    Note: Review was originally posted April 12, 2004 It’s hard for me to know where to begin. Back i
    04/21/16 | Review | by Daria Michaud
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  • Episode 5: Order Up! feels like a reverent game created by fans for fans
    Genre: AdventureRelease Date: March 29, 2016  After having played through the second episode o
    04/20/16 | Review | by Ian Sims
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  • The game is unpleasant to play, is poorly paced, and ultimately reads like a dated examination of a mental health issue
    Genre: Exploration AdventureRelease date: February 26, 2016 (Windows/Mac) Explorations of mental he
    04/19/16 | Review | by Bailey James
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  • Two cool new mobile puzzle escape games - Hitman Go and Framed.
    Hitman Go Definitive Edition   Framed   You probably wouldn’t watch Aida performed i
    04/19/16 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • The puzzle design is phenomenal and in terms of general art, style, and tone, you’re not going to find another experience like Samorost 3
    Genre: Point-And-Click AdventureRelease date: March 10, 2016 The Samorost franchise began as a
    04/15/16 | Review | by Randall Rigdon
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  • Excellent puzzle design and atmosphere. Worth checking out despite its short length.
    Genre: Mystery AdventureRelease date: March 10, 2016 Something strange is happening to Dr. Leo
    04/15/16 | Review | by Kyle Brown
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  • In effect, Art of Murder plays like a string of “escape the room” games. The game designers are so scared you’re going to waste your time looking in the wrong place, they decided it’s simpler just to slap your hand and tell you to stay in your room until you've cleaned it up.
    Note: This review was originally posted March 25, 2008 Art of Murder is a Polish produced third-per
    04/14/16 | Review | by Greg Collins
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