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A 1996 cartoon adventure game by Revisitronic.
In 9 you inherit a resort and have to solve some musical puzzles.
Point-and-click games for kids based on the pet detective.
Adventure at the Chateau d'Or (2001), a first person graphical adventure by Karma Labs. Explore Paris and answer questions from the summoned spirit of the lost Duke.

As described in the manual:

A modern day princess finds herself caught up in a mysterious adventure when she receives a cryptic letter summoning her to the palace of her deceased uncle, the Duke.

Your task is to help the Princess unlock the secret of the Chateau d'Or and claim her inheritance.

Adventure game distributed by Got Game Entertainment. Released 2004 for mac and PC. Brief Description: This atmospheric graphical adventure is set on Alida, a guitar-shaped island theme park created by a young and wildly successful band.
"AMBER: Journeys Beyond" (1996), a haunted house adventure developed by Graphic Simulations. Published by Hue Forest Entertainment.
An adventure by the French cartoonist Benoît Sokal in which you play a journalist with the mission to return a bird's egg to Amerzone, a South American jungle.
"Angel Devoid: Face of the Enemy" (1996) by Electric Dreams.
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Another Code, for the Nintendo DS.
An adventure game based on the mysteries surrounding the ancient civilisations and the exceptional creations and buildings for which we can offer no real explanation.
The Arrival (1997), a graphical adventure set ten years after the movie of the same name. The aliens are trying the convert the atmosphere again and you must stop them.
contains all of the Arthur's Knights games.
The Atlantis series of graphical adventure games by Cryo Interactive.

Games in the series include:

  • Atlantis: The Lost Tale (1997)
  • Atlantis II (2000) [US title: Beyond Atlantis]
  • Atlantis III: The New World (2001) [US title: Beyond Atlantis II]
Web sites of authors who write graphical adventure games.
Aztec: The Curse in the Heart of the City of Gold by France Telecom Multimedia. Published by Cryo Interactive. Released in North America by DreamCatcher Games as The Sacred Amulet.
A theater role playing game starring Carol Channing Answer dance, music and drama questions while crazed fans, phantoms and falling set pieces are all around you.
An illustrated book set in a dark, decrepit amusement park where you meet sideshow freaks and shady characters.
In Bad Mojo by Pulse Entertainment you play a scientist that have been turned into a cockroack and muct find a way to become human again.
Beneath a Steel Sky (1994), a science-fiction adventure by Revolution Software. Sometimes abbreviated "BASS" by fans.
"John Saul's Blackstone Chronicles: An Adventure in Terror", a graphic adventure based on John Saul's horror novels developed by Legend Entertainment and released in 1998.
The Black Cauldron (1986) by Al Lowe for Sierra On-Line is an adventure game based on Disney's film of the same name. The evil Horned King wants your magical pig HenWen to locate the black cauldron and rule the world.
Interplay game based on the notorious true life murder of Beth Short.
Adventure game for the Atari Jaguar CD developed in-house by Atari but never officially released. Ambient Distortions has released a playable demo of the unfinished game.
The Black Mirror (2003), a graphic adventure developed by Unknown Identity.
Blade Runner by Westwood Studios
Blade is a 3d action game developed by Rebel Act studios. It combines RPG and adventure elements.
Sites about the interactive fiction game based on the move The Blair Witch Project.
Blue Force (1994), a police procedural adventure game by Jim Walls, developed by Tsunami.
Bone, a 3-D adventure game based on Jeff Smith's Bone comic books based on the beginning of the series up through the Great Cow Race. Under development by Telltale Games, a team of people of former LucasArts employees who worked on Monkey Island, The Dig, Full Throttle, and Grim Fandango.
The Broken Sword games by Revolution Software of Britain.
Series of games by Infogrames based on H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu novels.
The Cameron Files series of graphical adventures:
  • Loch Ness
  • Pharaoh's Curse
This classic video game has been released on many old platforms such as Atari ST and Commodore 64. It is an interesting cockpit space strategy game.
Interactive fiction puzzle game based on Nick Bantock's Griffin and Sabine trilogy. Voices are cast by Paul McGann, Isabella Rossellini, Ben Kingsley and Frank Dunne.
Game by New Generation/Blue Byte Software 1997
"Chronicles of the Sword" (1996), a point-and-click adventure in the England of King Arthur, developed by Synthetic Dimensions.
"Chronomaster" (1995), an adventure game by Roger Zelazny and Jane Lindskold. Developed by IntraCorp, published by DreamForge Entertainment.
Code Name: ICEMAN (1989), a spy adventure by Jim Walls.
A Myst-like first-person adventure game.
"Companions of Xanth", interactive fiction based on the Piers Anthony's Xanth fantasy novel "Demons Don't Dream". Developed by Legend Entertainment and released in 1993.
Conquests of Camelot (1991) by Christy Marx. Published by Sierra On-line.
"The Crystal Key" (1999), a point-and-click adventure by Earthlight Productions.
This is the game based on the hit television show. It was released March, 2003.
Cydonia: Mars: The First Manned Mission (1998), developed by Aneiva Interactive. Republished by DreamCatcher as Lightbringer.
"The Daedalus Encounter" by Mechadeus.
Darkseed (1992) and Darkseed II (1995) by Cyberdreams, horror interactive fiction featuring artwork by H.R. Giger.
Dark Fall are games with ghostly themes developed by Jonathan Boakes. Distributed by The Adventure Company.
"Death Gate", interactive fiction based on the Death Gate Cycle novels by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. Developed by Legend Entertainment and released in 1994.
This category covers the design and development of graphical adventure games (aka interactive fiction). This includes both sites about storytelling and problem construction as well as how to program games.
"The Dig" (1995) by Sean Clark and LucasArts
Cartoon games based on the popular Terry Pratchett novels.
Released on August 11th, 2002 by Nintendo. Developed by Capcom.
A series of graphical adventures from Code Masters starring an egg named Dizzy.
Professional and consumer reviews and previews including scores and screen shots.
Dracula The Last Sanctuary is a console adventure game originally released for the Sony PlayStation in 2001. It is produced by DreamCatcher.
For Drakan: The Ancients' Gates Released: Jan 29, 2002 (complete release info) Published By: SCEA Developed By: Surreal Software MobyScore: 3.4 (out of 5) Platform: PlayStation 2 Genre: * Adventure, * Role-Playing (RPG) and Drakan: Order of the Flame Released: Aug, 1999 (complete release info) Published By: Psygnosis Developed By: Surreal Software MobyScore: 3.9 (out of 5) Platform: Windows Genre: * Action, * Adventure
Drowned God: Conspiracy of the Ages (1996) written and designed by Harry Horse and Epic Multimedia Group, and published by Inscape.
"Ecco the Dolphin" by Appaloosa Interactive. It is set in a peaceful future time in which humans and dolphin live in a peaceful perfect civilization. Which is now threatened with destruction by a invading force know as the 'foe'. The foe use time travel to destroy the future of Earth. You take on the role of ecco the dolphin who is only being that can save the future of earth. As ecco you must swim through huge underwater levels, solving puzzles and meeting mysterious underwater creatures with the eventual aim of saving Earth.
Egypt 1156 B.C.: Tomb of the Phaeroh (2000) and Egypt II: The Heliopolis Prophecy (2000) by Cryo Interactive.
Europa is 3rd person action/adventure game taking place around Jupiter and its moons.
By Simbiosis Interactive Sarl/Telstar Electronic Studios released in 1996. You must collect four fabled jewels to save your world.
Faust: les 7 jeux de l'âme (1999) [English title: Faust: Seven Games of the Soul], developed by Arxel Tribe. Originally published by Cryo Interactive. Republished by DreamCatcher in the United States as Seven Games of the Soul.
"Flight of the Amazon Queen", a 1995 game by Interactive Binary Illusions, published by Renegade Software.
Series that began with "The Forgotten: It Begins..." (1999), an adventure game by Ransom Interactive.
'Full Throttle' is LucasArts' classic 1995 "heavy metal adventure," directed by Tim Schafer. The sequel, 'Full Throttle: Hell on Wheels,' is due to be released in Q4 2003.
Only submit sites that specialize in GK fan fiction.
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Previews, reviews and pages on the game Gilbert Goodmate.
About the interactive fiction game, "Gilbert Goodmate and the Mushroom of Phungoria" by Prelusion.
Gold Rush! (1988), a graphical adventure by Ken and Doug MacNeill Sierra On-Line.
"Grim Fandango" (1998) by Tim Schafer and LucasArts
The Guild is a fully rendered/raytraced first-person interactive adventure. It will contain fully rendered animations and digitized speech and soundtrack. The player will have to solve puzzles, make decisions, interact with other people, even travel to other planets and star systems and command one of the starships in space.
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Herdy Gerdy is an adventure game for the Sony PlayStation 2 released in 2002. It is produced by Eidos Interactive and Core. Gerdy, an apprentice herder, embarks on an epic quest to revive his father from an evil spell. His journey takes him across an island populated by an assortment of wild creatures. To defeat his father's nemesis and restore goodness to the island, Gerdy must hone his herding skills and ultimately compete in a magnificent tournament to become Master Herder.
Bernie Berckson is leading a new criminal organisation. The player is Special Agent Hopkins who is in charge to find and arrest him as anyone belonging to its gang. For Linux and Windows platforms.
In Ico, the player assumes the role of Ico, a courageous young boy born with horns who has been delivered to a mysterious castle to be sacrificed so that, according to legend, the community will be saved. The player must attempt to escape the grounds and save a princess through a variety of mazes, brainteasers, and other puzzles.
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A series of adventure games from LucasArts featuring the movie character Indiana Jones, a two-fisted archaeologist-adventurer who quests for supernatural artifacts.
Inherit the Earth: Quest for the Orb (1994) (German title: Erben der Erde: Die große Suche), a graphic adventure game. Originally developed for DOS and Macintosh by The Dreamers Guild. Rereleased in 2003 for Windows by Wyrmkeep Entertainment. Rif of the Fox Tribe is accused of stealing the Orb of Storms, ancient relic of the Humans, and must recover the Orb and find the real thief.
"Innocent Until Caught" (1993) and "Guilty" (1995), sci-fi icon-based point-and-click adventures by Divide by Zero. Published by Psygnosis.
"In Cold Blood" (2000), an action/adventure game by Revolution.
"I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream" by Harlan Ellison, based on his famous short story. Published by Cyberdreams.
The Key, a free graphical adventure game by Jon Cooper.
A series of fairy-tale adventure games by Sierra On-Line, beginning with King's Quest (1984), the first animated adventure.
Kingdom O' Magic is an adventure game originally released for MS-DOS in 1996. It is produced by GT Interactive.
"The Labyrinth of Time" developed by Terra Nova Development.
Leather Goddesses of Phobos 2: Gas Pump Girls Meet the Pulsating Inconvenience from Planet X (1992), a sequel (of sorts) to Leather Goddesses of Phobos by Steve Meretzky.
The Leisure Suit Larry series of adventure games by Al Lowe and Sierra On-line.
"Liath", a Russian third-person point-and-click interactive fiction game developed by Amber.
The Longest Journey (2000), highly-acclaimed third-person interactive fiction fantasy/science-fiction epic developed by Norwegian company Funcom. The game has been published in English, Norwegian (Den Lengste Reisen), French, Swedish (Den Längsta Resan), German, and Dutch.
"Loom" (1990), a fantasy adventure by Brian Moriarty and LucasFilm Games (LucasArts)
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Lost in Blue, for the Nintendo DS. Part of the Survival Kids series.
Luigi (Mario's brother) steps into the gloomy shadows of a very haunted house in his first-ever starring role. Armed with a flashlight and a customized vacuum cleaner, Luigi must rid the mansion of Boos and ghouls and find his missing brother.
Lure of the Temptress (1991), a 3rd-person point-and-click adventure by Revolution Software.
A series of moving character adventures by David Jones that used his own input system called Windimation.
Manhunter: New York (1988) and Manhunter 2: San Francisco (1989) by Sierra On-Line. Work for the Orb Alliance while secretly plotting against them to free humanity.
"Maniac Mansion" (1988) and the sequel "Day of the Tentacle" (1992) by LucasArts
Mission Critical (1995), a science fiction graphic adventure developed by Legend Entertainment.
Submit sites related to the entire Monkey Island series here.
The Monkey Island series of humorous pirate adventures by LucasArts:
- "The Secret of Monkey Island" (1990)
- "Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge" (1991)
- "The Curse of Monkey Island" (1997)
- "Escape from Monkey Island" (2000)
The computer games Monty Python's Complete Waste of Time, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and Monty Python's The Meaning of Life published by 7th Level.
Released: May, 2001 Published By: CDV Software Entertainment Developed By: House of Tales Platform: Windows release info from MobyGames
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Myst and its sequels Riven and Exile by Cyan. The games share a world and style of game interaction. They are known for their stunning surreal graphics, attention to detail, and the fun of exploring.
"The New Adventures of the Time Machine" by Cryo Interactive.
Real time 3D Macintosh game set in Egypt.
"Nightlong: Union City Conspiracy", a stylish third-person point-and-click interactive fiction developed by UK developers Trecision and Italian developers Team 17. Released in 1998.
Odyssée: Sur les traces d'Ulysse [English title: Odyssey: The Search for Ulysses] by In Utero. Originally published by Cryo Interactive. Republished by DreamCatcher.
Pathologic (Russian: Мор (Утопия)), a first-person Brechtian, tragic, psychological horror adventure by Ice-pick Lodge, winner of several Russian game awards in 2005.
Sierra On-line's "Police Quest" series of games, including the "Police Quest" series of interactive fiction series. Known for their realism, the series is steeped in actual police procedure. The series includes:
  • "Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel" (1987)
  • "Police Quest 2: The Vengeance" (1988)
  • "Police Quest 3: The Kindred" (1991)
  • "Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel" VGA Edition (1992)
  • "Daryl F. Gates Police Quest: Open Season" (1993)
This was followed by the SWAT series of squad-based real-time using the equipment and techniques of LAPD SWAT officers:
  • "Daryl F. Gates Police Quest: SWAT" (1995)
  • "Police Quest: SWAT 2" (1998)
  • "SWAT 3: Close Quarters Battle" (1999)
  • "SWAT 3: Elite Edition" (2000)
"Pompei: The Legend of Vesuvius", developed by Arxel Tribe. Originally published by Cryo Interactive. Also published as "TimeScape: Journey to Pompei" by Dreamcatcher.
Series of educational graphic adventures by Ruske & Pühretmaier Edutainment GmbH.
Graphic adventure game set on the Isle of Capri featuring photographs of the island. Distributed by Got Games Entertainment and written by Silvio and Gey Savarese. Released in 2003.
Reah: Face the Unknown (1999), a Myst-like first-person point-and-click adventure developed by L.K. Avalon and published by Project Two Interactive.
"Ring: The Legend of the Nibelungen" developed by Arxel Tribe and Cryo Interactive Entertainment

The Roberta Williams Anthology collects Roberta William's graphical adventure games from 1980-1995.

The games in the collection are:

  • Mystery House
  • Wizard and the Princess
  • Mission: Asteroid
  • Time Zone
  • The Dark Crystal
  • King's Quest I: Quest for the Crown
  • King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne
  • King's Quest III: To Heir is Human
  • King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella
  • Laura Bow I: The Colonel's Bequest
  • Mixed-Up Mother Goose
  • King's Quest V: Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder
  • Laura Bow II: The Dagger of Amon Ra
  • King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow
  • King's Quest VII: The Princeless Bride
  • Phantasmagoria
"Sam & Max Hit the Road" (1993) by Steve Purcell and LucasArts
The Santa Fe Mysteries series, comprising The Elk Moon Murder (1996) and Sacred Ground (1996).
Schizm: Mysterious Journey (2001) by L.K. Avalon in collaboration with Australian science fiction author Terry Dowling.

As officially described:

Several exploration attempts of Argilus have failed to reveal the secrets behind it's mysterious abandoned condition - a developed planet with absolutely no people.

Previous exploration teams had reported unusual findings, prior to them mysteriously going missing themselves. Their garbled messages speak of a world containing large habitable organic vessels aimlessly floating and abandoned. These messages are the only legacy that remains of a missing race.

Now you must travel to the strange and exotic lands of Argilus, on a quest to uncover the secrets behind a strange phenomena. Here you will discover the mysteries and the secrets that, until now, have been lying dormant waiting to be revealed.

Secrets of the Luxor (1996), a first-person point-and-click adventure game by Mojave.
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Shadow of Destiny (2001) (also released as Shadow of Memories in the UK), a third-person adventure game by Konami for PlayStation 2 and Windows.
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SnapShot! Paparazzi is an adventure game for the PC released in 2003. It is produced by Philos Laboratories. The paparazzi are unscrupulous photo reporters who are always about to pry into the private life of the 'untouchables', the celebrities and other public figures. For them, money comes second. What really matters to a paparazzo is professional reputation and the successful exposure of a famous personality.
Sierra's series of animated adventures starring intrepid space janitor Roger Wilco, beginning with Space Quest (1986).
Spycraft: The Great Game (1996) by Activision.
"Superhero League of Hoboken", an adventure/RPG hybrid by Steve Meretzky for Legend Entertainment. Released in 1994.

Descriptions for reviews and previews should contain the following information: score; (p)reviewer''s name; date of the (p)review; a short summarizing quote from the review (optional); and any other contents found in the (p)review such as screen shots and system requirement information. Examples of correct descriptions include:

Adrenaline Vault - [4.5/5] Review by Bob Mandel. "In the end, after wrestling with my reactions, I feel I can endorse MechWarrior 4 enthusiastically, as regardless of your taste this polished product has more than enough to please fans of mechanized combat." (December 12, 2000)
GameSpot: Majesty
- Reviewed by: Neil Randall, 88%. "Majesty is one of the rare games that you won''t want to stop playing until you find out what happens next." Also includes technical information, links, and downloads. (March 28, 2000)
IGN.com
- Written by Judas Perry, contains screen shots, user reviews, system requirements, movies, and a comparison between platforms. [Score: 51%] (March 28, 2003)

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A series of interactive movies parodying 1930's hardboiled detective novels.
"Timeline" published by Eidos. Based on a novel by Michael Chrichton, who was also the director.
"Titanic: Adventure Out of Time", an adventure game by Cyberflix.
Traitors Gate (2000) by Daydream Software. Published by DreamCatcher Games.
Ubik (1998), a 3rd-person science fiction mystery by Cryo Interactive, based on the novel by Philip K. Dick. Published by Interplay as Philip K. Dick's UBIK.
Classic adventure games from Vulcan Software available for download.
Versailles 1685 (1997), a mystery/adventure game from Cryo where you must uncover a plot to destroy Versailles. By Cryo Interactive.
Wally Week was a big star in the good old days of the Spectrum. He starred in five computer games and had a comic strip in Your Sinclair magazine.
"The Ward", a science fiction game developed by Fragile Bits and published by GOD. Released January 2001.
The Watchmaker (2002) is a 1st/3rd-person supernatural detective story devolped by Trecision and published by Got Game Entertainment. Darrel Boone and Victoria Conroy are sent to a castle in Austria as part of a search for a pendulum which must be found before midnight.
The White Chamber is a point-and-click 3rd-person horror adventure game by Studio Trophis.
In this graphical adventure, the player takes on the role of Buster Everman as scores of systems in his mysterious new house fail on the first day of the year 2000.
It was released November 30, 1999 by Runecraft and Interplay.
"Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders" (1988) by LucasArts
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