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The Longing
The Longing

Adventure 06 March 2020

An experimental adventure that combines point-and-click game with idle games mechanics. In The Longing, as a faithful servant of a sleeping king we have to wait 400 days in real time. We can explore the vast system of caves and read full editions of real books.

TOHU
TOHU

Adventure December 2020

TOHU is a point and click adventure game, in which we travel through a peculiar and fairy-tale world, playing the role of a girl who can turn into a robot at any time. The game was created by Polish Fireart Games studio.

The Henry Stickmin Collection
The Henry Stickmin Collection

Adventure 07 August 2020

The Henry Stickmin Collection is a collection of humorous adventure games from the Newgrounds platform. PuffballsUnited Studio refreshed the five adventures of Henry and added a huge chapter that closes the story, full of references to iconic games and movies.

Syberia 3
Syberia 3

Adventure 20 April 2017

A sequel to a popular adventure game series created by the Belgian comic artist Benoit Sokal and Microids Studio, released over a decade after the second part. The story focuses on adventures of Kate Walker, a young lawyer, whose profession, in-born curiosity, and adventurousness get her entangled in a new mystery. Throughout the game, featuring classic point-and-click mechanics, you meet a whole menagerie of characters known from the previous installments in the series, as well as a cast of new heroes, including Still Life's protagonist and an FBI agent Victoria McPherson. Despite of using full 3D graphics that replaced hand drawn backgrounds, the game features the characteristic artwork style consistent with previous games.

Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition
Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition

Adventure 07 January 2013

An episode-broken 2D adventure game enveloped in an atmosphere of anxiety and loneliness. We play the role of a supplier of antique furniture and help him to fulfill his last order. We travel through abandoned areas in search of adventures and meet a handful of unusual characters.

The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series - Season One
The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series - Season One

Adventure 24 April 2012

An episodic adventure game from Telltale Games, based on the comic book series by Robert Kirkman. The main theme of The Walking Dead: Season One revolves around a dramatic struggle for survival in a world infested by zombies. The player assumes the role of Lee Everett, one of the few survivors. The gameplay emphasizes exploration, dialogues, collecting items, and puzzle solving. The most significant feature are in-game moral choices the protagonist has to make, and whose consequences are often made visible only after some time. The developers created a highly interactive environment to give the players a good degree of freedom in puzzle solving. The Walking Dead: Season One catches the eye with its comic-like style, achieved with cel shading.

The Wolf Among Us: A Telltale Games Series - Season 1
The Wolf Among Us: A Telltale Games Series - Season 1

Adventure 11 October 2013

An episodic adventure game based on the popular Fables comic book series. The Wolf Among Us was developed by Telltale Games, studio that used the same mechanics as in its previous title, The Walking Dead. The protagonists are fairy creatures that were forced to look for a safe haven in the human world where they must hide their true nature. During the game the player can encounter many characters known from the comic books – including the Big Bad Wolf, Snow White or Ichabod Crane. The gameplay is focused mostly on visiting locations, conversing with NPCs, solving riddles and making hard decisions. The Wolf Among Us employs comic book-like visuals and, as usual, cel-shading.

Syberia
Syberia

Adventure 18 June 2002

An adventure game designed by Benoit Sokal, the famous Belgian comic writer, in cooperation with studio Microids. Syberia is the first chapter of the adventures of Kate Walker, an American lawyer hired by the company that produces automatons – mechanical toys. She is tasked with finishing the formalities related to taking over a factory located in a small city in Europe. The game begins when the protagonist arrives at the factory and learns that its owner, Anna Voralberg, is dead. In order to complete her mission, Kate must find her heir. The task pushes her to embark on the greatest adventure of her life. During the journey she will visit various climatic and mysterious places located in the Eastern Europe and she will meet many interesting people. Since it's a typical point-and-click adventure game, the gameplay consists mostly of exploring locations, solving riddles and speaking with non-playable characters. Syberia is famous for its climatic graphics with pre-rendered, hand-drawn backgrounds.

13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim
13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim

Adventure today, 22 September 2020

A unique RPG game created by producers such as Muramasa: The Demon Blade, Odin Sphere and Dragon's Crown. The action of the game is set in modern Tokyo, where thirteen huge mosses appear. The main characters of the game are students of the high school in a mysterious way associated with mechanical colossuses.

Creaks
Creaks

Adventure 10 July 2020

An atmospheric 2D adventure logic game with elements of sneaking. In Creaks, we travel through a surreal and mysterious world, entered by the protagonist through a hidden passage in his apartment. The game was developed by Amanita Design, creators of Machinarium and the Samorost series.

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don't Dry
Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don't Dry

Adventure 07 November 2018

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don’t Dry is a comedy adventure game. The game is a new entry in the classic series originally developed by Sierra. The player assumes the role of a not-too-successful pickup artist Larry Laffer who is trying to gain the affection of the girl of his dreams. During the game, the players are exploring locations, participating in conversations and solving riddles. The gameplay is partially non-linear and features a virtual dating app with unique logic challenges.

Syberia II
Syberia II

Adventure 29 March 2004

A sequel to the excellent adventure game created by Benoit Sokal and studio Microids. Syberia II continues the plot of the first installment - it presents the further adventures of Kate Walker, an American lawyer. Her intention of finalizing a contract led her to the adventure of her life. The game starts in the same place where the first Syberia ended – in the Russian city Romansburg. This time Kate decides to follow the trail of Hans Voralberg, the heir to an automaton factory, for her own reasons. The woman joins Hans and she helps him discover the mystery of the last living Mammoths. The greatest change in comparison to the first game lies in the quality of the graphics and the increase of the gameplay dynamics. Many new graphic effects were added, including dynamic shadows and an animated snow. Syberia II takes place in completely new locations that are much more different from each other than previously. During her adventures Kate will visit, among other places, the North-West passage and the village of the Youkol people.

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice
Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice

Adventure 15 October 2020

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice is the next instalment of the classic point-n-click adventure games series. In the game, we once again play the role of the aging Larry Laffer, who goes to Kalau's island to find his beloved Faith.

The Girl of Glass: A Summer Bird's Tale
The Girl of Glass: A Summer Bird's Tale

Adventure today, 22 September 2020

A fairytale adventure game with RPG elements. In The Girl of Glass: A Summer Bird's Tale, we play the role of a girl who, after escaping from the circus, has to face the eagle-tyran. During the game, we carry out tasks and conduct conversations, as well as fight turn-based clashes with enemies.

The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series - Season Two
The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series - Season Two

Adventure 17 December 2013

A sequel to the repeatedly awarded adventure game The Walking Dead: Season One by American studio Telltale Games. The plot of The Walking Dead: Season Two is a continuation of the story from the first installment. This time you play as the 11-years-old Clementine, who, like the other characters, is trying to survive in the world infested by a zombie epidemic. The game mechanics remain the same, focusing on exploration, talking to NPCs, searching for items, and solving puzzles. The decisions you make affect the story even much later in the game. Like the first installment from 2012, The Walking Dead: Season Two was released as a series of episodes.

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series - A New Frontier
The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series - A New Frontier

Adventure 20 December 2016

The third full-fledged season of the popular series of episodic adventure games developed by Telltale Games based on the cult comics and TV series, The Walking Dead. The mechanics of the game are similar as in previous installments of the series and they concentrate on exploration and conversations with non-playable characters. In difference to classic adventure games, The Walking Dead: Season Three lacks typical puzzles and the focus is on making various moral choices which are the main factor that shapes the story of the game. A new feature in the game is a special system that allows moving saved games between various platforms. It is possible to import saves from Season Two and continue the plots started there with all consequences of the choices previously made.

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2
The Book of Unwritten Tales 2

Adventure 08 February 2015

A continuation of the 2009 hilarious adventure game developed by KING Art Games that tells a story of the search for a powerful magical artifact. The story of the second installment picks up one year after the events shown by its predecessor, allowing the players to control the team of heroes aided by an amiable creature named Critter – one might remember all these characters from the first game. Gameplay mechanics haven't changed significantly and they still draw from the solutions typical for point & click adventure games. During the game, the players have to solve many new riddles – in order to do this, one is bound to use the characters’ unique skills. Like in its predecessor, the gameplay in The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is filled with humor making fun of the fantasy clichés found in many books, movies, and games (such as The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, The Song of Ice and Fire, Discworld, and World of Warcraft). The visuals have been significantly improved but the game still features the same specific style one might remember from the first installment.

Batman: The Telltale Series
Batman: The Telltale Series

Adventure 02 August 2016

Another episodic adventure game developed by the experienced American studio Telltale Games, who had produced many highly acclaimed video games based on famous films, books, and comic books, such as Back to the Future, The Walking Dead, and Game of Thrones. Batman: A Telltale Game Series takes you into the grim city of Gotham, however, unlike Rocksteady’s popular action game series, Telltale Games’ production focuses on Bruce Wayne himself, showing his moral dilemmas and the burden imposed on him by the constant fight against corruption and crime. In terms of gameplay the title does not stray far from the studio’s previous productions. As always, the key element of gameplay is making tough choices that influence the way the story unfolds – and not just within one chapter but across the entire season.

The Longest Journey
The Longest Journey

Adventure 20 April 2000

The Longest Journey is a classic adventure game produced by FunCom's development team. The main character, April Ryan, must save two twin worlds: Arcadia and Stark. The game uses a point & click interface. Players have the opportunity to talk to 50 NPCs and visit more than 100 locations.

Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders
Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders

Adventure 04 February 2016

An old-school murder mystery point-and-click adventure game, developed by a veteran of the genre, the French company Microids. Production is based on a novel by Agatha Christie under the same title and is the first installment in a planned game series describing the adventures of a famous sleuth, Hercule Poirot. Plot of the Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders starts when the detective receives a letter from a serial killer, who identifies himself as A.B.C., in which he informs of the date and place of his next crime. When the panic begins to spread in the society, the task of capturing the guilty, falls, of course, on the shoulders of our protagonist. Title employs a third person view, and during the game we visit successive locations, investigate crime scenes, collect evidence, interrogate witnesses, and solve subsequent criminal puzzles. The game features a colorful, slightly cartoonish visual style.

Machinarium
Machinarium

Adventure 16 October 2009

An original two-dimensional adventure game developed by Amanita Design - an independent Czech studio popular for the Samorost series. The action is set in a bizarre world made entirely of metal. All the plants, wildlife and humans were replaced by robots. The player assumes the role of one such robot, wrongfully sent to a junkyard. Once back in town, the protagonist discovers the existence of a conspiracy aiming to murder its leader. He decides to prevent the murder attempt and tries to get back his girlfriend along the way. The game is based on the classic point-and-click mechanics and the player collects various items when exploring subsequent locations and solves a set of relatively simple puzzles. Machinarium stands out with its well-made hand-drawn visuals inspired by industrial architecture, old and rusty machinery, as well as by classics of science-fiction literature.

Beat Cop
Beat Cop

Adventure 30 March 2017

The result of the independent Polish studio Pixel Crow's cooperation with 11 bit studios, the creators of This War of Mine. Beat cop is a point-and-click time management game. You play as Jack Kelly, a former NYC detective who was framed for murder and demoted. Hated by everyone around, Jack is trying to reconcile his duties with conducting a private investigation in order to discover who framed him. The plot of Beat Cop is non-linear and its many endings depend on your decisions. Interestingly, the game was inspired by American crime TV shows from the 70s and 80s, which is reflected in its atmosphere and humor. The time-management element of the production is most visible when you're patrolling the streets of Brooklyn, while during the investigation segments it becomes a detective/adventure game. Beat Cop has a distinct retro feel thanks to its pixel-art graphics and oldschool soundtrack.

When the Past Was Around
When the Past Was Around

Adventure today, 22 September 2020

A point-and-click adventure game in which we play the role of a girl trying to find her place in life. The pillar of the game are puzzles related to everyday activities, such as having a cup of tea or doing laundry.

Roki
Roki

Adventure 23 July 2020

A point-and-click adventure that takes players on a journey into a world inspired by Scandinavian mythology. The main character's task is to save her family, which is difficult as the titular antagonist, Röki, who is the personification of the evil powers, is always hot on her heels.

The Neverhood
The Neverhood

Adventure 25 April 1996

A unique point-and-click adventure game, developed in cooperation by the creator of Earthworm Jim - Doug TenNapela, DreamWorks Interactive film studio, and Steven Spielberg himself. The Neverhood takes us to a plasticine world, where we control a character named Klaymen. Our hero’s task is to retrieve the crown of his creator and father Hoborg, which, after it was stolen, allowed the thief, Klogg, to take over the world of Neverhood. The gameplay itself follows typical adventure game standards, with players exploring locations, collecting items, and solving various logical puzzles. However, the game’s unique feature is its innovative, fully plasticine world, created using more than three tons of plasticine and a unique stop motion animation technique, known as claymation.

Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series - Season One
Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series - Season One

Adventure 02 December 2014

A game by Telltale Games, the studio behind many others similar productions, designed as an episodic adventure game based on the HBO’s popular TV show Game of Thrones - an adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire books. The game features an original story overlapping with the events presented in the seasons 3-5 of the TV series. This six-part episodic story focuses on the House Forrester, whose members, although missing from the TV show, appeared in the fifth book of the saga. Known for ironwood trade, the Forresters are trying to survive the War of the Five Kings, while competing with House Whitehill. Gameplay employs the classic point-and-click mechanics. The game lets you visit many well-known locations from across both the Westeros and Essos continents, and observe the events from the perspective of several characters whose actions have direct impact on the fate of the two families.