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  • The Adventures of Valdo and Marie is a delightful “edutainment” title from UbiSoft Entertainment, back before they became UbiSoft.
    Note: This review was originally published August 20, 2004Genre: Adventure Release Date: Europe 1997
    12/07/17 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • Despite the problems I had, I consider The Land of Pain to be a remarkable creation. Familiarity with Lovecraft is not a prerequisite for enjoying the game, and I highly recommend it to all who love a good scare.
    Genre: First-person survival horrorRelease date: September 13, 2017 Introduction &nb
    12/04/17 | Review | by Karla Munger
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  • Overall, The Uncertainty Machine is a very pleasant game. If you enjoy adventure games and are into trying something different, then you certainly will enjoy this game.
    Note: This review was originally published August 7, 2003 First of all, everyone who has given his/
    11/30/17 | Review | by Jerome Vanderprijt
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  • Guide Fenimore Fillmore, the traveling cowboy, to possess the three golden skulls to get the Toltec treasure
    Distributor: Warner Interactive Release Date: 1996 Note: This review was originally publi
    11/23/17 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Kudos to Ovosonico for combining a lovely story with art and music to create a game that is about humanity at its very best
    Genre: Graphic AdventureRelease date: August 31, 2017Platform: Windows The Last Good Day&
    11/19/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • The Legend of Coffin Rock is highly recommended for any adventure player who enjoys plot-driven stories punctuated by combat and fighting that is a natural part of the story line
    Release Date: November 2000 Note: This review was originally published July 11, 2003 On the back of
    11/16/17 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • The game takes some visual nods from Grim Fandango along with a touch of Monkey Island humor. Give this one a shot; you won’t be disappointed.
    Genre: Point-and-Click Adventure Release date: September 21, 2017 The third and final ins
    11/11/17 | Review | by Jeffry Houser
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  • The theft of a priceless Egyptian statue protected by an evil curse unleashes chaos, bringing madness and violent death to all who come into contact with it.
    Genre: Survival HorrorRelease Date: October 2003Platform: PC (version reviewed)“Bec
    11/09/17 | Review | by Vicky Indrawan
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  • A nicely done British point-and-click ghost story
    Genre: Point-and-Click Ghost StoryRelease date: September 22, 2016  Barrow Hill is a
    11/06/17 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • Jeffry Houser takes us on a trip to the past as he shares his opinion of this 2006 release
     Note: Game released 2006; review originally published July 18, 2014  The Broken Sword se
    11/03/17 | Review | by Jeffry Houser
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  • Shiver could have used more: more narrative development, more attention to themes, more gameplay, more cohesion. But the developers at Kowai Sugoi Studios show promise, and I think they will deliver more in future endeavors.
    Genre: Point-and-Click Horror AdventureRelease date: October 25, 2017 October seems to de
    10/30/17 | Review | by Bailey James
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  • For those with a heart for thoughtful discovery and an appreciation of unique art and music, this game is a must-play
    Genre: First-Person AdventureRelease date: October 2, 2017Platforms: Windows When Art and
    10/30/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Two mundane (i.e., non-magical) teenagers from Earth, Dug (male) and Kim (female) are drawn into Xanth to compete in a game for a mysterious Prize. Neither knows what the Prize is, except that it's supposed to be something very good.
    Game was released in 1993Date review was originally published: Unknown The Xanth books by
    10/26/17 | Review | by Bobbi Carlini
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  • Unless you want to be preached to about the evils of power and wealth, I’d skip this one
    Genre: Dystopic Cyberpunk Adventure Release date: September 19, 2017 Neofeud is
    10/24/17 | Review | by Jeffry Houser
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  • In spite of my disappointment with the attention given to the music, sounds, and voice acting in Aztec, this is a very good game that everyone should enjoy. The strengths provided by an engrossing story line, excellent graphics, and integrated, logical puzzles far outweigh any criticisms
    Release Date: December 1999 This review was originally published in 1999 as well. The year is 1517.
    10/19/17 | Review | by Tom Houston
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  • NTRODUCTION: A mysterious museum. Elegant puzzles. Doesn't exactly sound revolutionary, does it? So is THE CASSANDRA GALLERIES worth your time? Actually, yes. . .
    Note: This review was originally published June 18, 2002 INTRODUCTION: A mysterious museum. Elegant
    10/12/17 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • Observer is currently the closest, most-realized cyberpunk adventure game I’ve played since the original 1997 Blade Runner, and its a game I will certainly return to again
    Genre: Cyberpunk HorrorRelease date: August 15, 2017 Unfortunately - or maybe rather fortunate
    10/06/17 | Review | by Randall Rigdon
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  • Team up with the Hardy Boys as you reason through riddles, sort through suspects and tackle a centuries-old mystery
    Genre: Adventure/MysteryRelease Date: October 2005Platform: PCNote: This review was originally publi
    10/05/17 | Review | by Ryan Casey
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  • My journey through Trackless was most enjoyable and I’d recommend it to gamers with a heart for text adventures
    Genre: Graphic Text AdventureRelease date: September 12, 2017 Patience is a Virtue &
    09/30/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • An old-school dungeon crawling game inspired by Dungeon Master, Eye of the Beholder and Ultima Underworld.
    Genre: RPGRelease date: April 2012Platform: PC Note: Review was first published July 16, 2012
    09/28/17 | Review | by Bob Washburne
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  • West of Loathing features Asymmetric’s characteristic stick figure art, a monochromatic world and incredibly clever humor. It is, without a doubt, one of the most enjoyable RPGs I have ever played.
    Genre: Single Player, 2D RPG Release date: August 10, 2017 Beyond the Kingdom  
    09/24/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • Despite repetitive gameplay, Peregrin is still a delightful adventure. The story, soundtrack, and artwork come together in a wonderful way.
    Genre: Point-and-Click AdventureRelease date: August  8, 2017Platforms: Windows, Mac
    09/21/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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  • The story of Azrael's Tear revolves around props far from unusual in adventure games: the Holy Grail, the Knights Templar, secret conspiracies to rule the world. These all are almost clichés. But like other good games (Gabriel Knight 3 comes to mind), Azrael's Tear manages to explain them with unexpected twists
    Note: This review was originally published April 9, 2002 Azrael's Tear is perhaps one of the cooles
    09/21/17 | Review | by Michal Necasek
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  • Celtica is pretty, fun, and solid. I thoroughly enjoyed the eight hours it took to play it
    Note: This review was originally posted July 27, 2009  Anyone who has been playing adventure g
    09/14/17 | Review | by Ray Ivey
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  • Tales of Monkey Island is a single story released as five episodes over the course of six months. I was happy to have an old school style adventure game for today’s world, but unfortunately the game lacked some of the polish I’d expect from a non-episodic adventure
    Note: This review was originally published July 9, 2009 Genre: Episodic/Humor A brand new tal
    09/07/17 | Review | by Jeffry Houser
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  • [The Landmark Edition] gives me a renewed hope that The Chinese Room will be able to create another title in the future that will be as wonderful as Dear Esther was and still is
    Genre: Adventure/Exploration/Walking SimulatorRelease date: February 14, 2017 Platform rev
    09/05/17 | Review | by Randall Rigdon
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  • In many ways I thought the levels similar to a Disneyland ride--you always knew you were safe, but there was an underlying rush of danger--and in fact it would not be so far-fetched to create theme rides from the sea-pod or zeppelin levels of the game.
    Release Date: June 2001 Review originally published July 9, 2009 Do we really, really need another
    09/01/17 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Dekker prominently bills itself as a “Lovecraftian murder mystery,” so it’s not much of a spoiler to reveal that the game doesn’t plant its feet firmly in reality. It’s not exactly a horror game, but it has surreal, dark elements that tangle themselves into the narrative
    Genre: FMV Murder Mystery Release date: May 19, 2017 Chances are if you’ve played many
    08/27/17 | Review | by Bailey James
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  • TCM is intriguing both in its approach and execution and can be very addictive
    Note: This review was originally published May 12, 2009  Hey, remember Aaron Connors and Chris
    08/24/17 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Code 7 is an episodic space/horror adventure that is unlike anything I’ve played before. It is a text adventure with a twist
    Genre: Hacking / Text AdventureRelease date: August 11, 2017Platforms: Windows, Mac, Steam
    08/17/17 | Review | by Cindy Kyser
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