Randy Sluganski

Randy Sluganski was a true adventure gamer and his passion for these games made him just as important as the developers and publishers of these games. Randy passed away after battling lung cancer for over 10 years. Randy can never be replaced but we would like to light a torch in his memory for what he did for us with his love of adventure gaming.


We dedicate this site to the Memory of Randy Sluganski and his love for adventure games.

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  • As April Ryan, travel from the ocean floor to the outer reaches of space on an amazing quest to restore balance between the worlds of Stark and Arcadia.
    Release Dates: 1999 (Norway),  2000 (UK and North America)Platform: PCNote: 
    03/19/15 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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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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  • Agatha Christie's 1936 title makes its way to the Nintendo DS handheld console, complete with touchscreen interaction.
    Genre:  Detective/Mystery Release Date: November 2009     Originally pu
    12/08/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • A collection of some of the best adventure games ever based on Bram Stoker's iconic vampire all in one neat package.
    Note: This review was originally published October 12, 2009 Finally a publisher willing to give adv
    11/24/16 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • New puzzles, modern graphic sand effect grace this 3 pack of Jonathan Boakes’ Darkfall: The Journal (Classic Edition) and Darkfall: Lights Out (Director’s Cut Edition) and Matt Clarke’s Barrow Hill
    Genre: Horror/Mystery Release Date: January 2010 If there were an award for best pc box art ever
    03/25/10 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • This hidden object game is anything but that.
    Genre: Hidden Object ESRB: Crime Lab: T(een) Release Date: Crime Lab: November 2010 Crime Lab:
    12/09/10 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Alpha Polaris is a point-and-click horror-adventure game set in Greenland. What is causing the mysterious and horrific dreams of the crew stationed out in the middle of nowhere?
    A wendigo may be hiding in the arctic cold, devouring human flesh and creating psychosis among the m
    08/15/11 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • What if you could fulfill your last wish or desire at the cost of your own life?
    Genre: AdventurePlatform: Windows PCRelease Date: November 1, 2011 Although To The M
    06/13/13 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Jonathan Harker travels to Transylvania to save his wife Mina, who has been overcome by an irresistible yearning for the bloodlust of the vampire.
    Distributor: MicroidsRelease Date: January 2000Platform: PC, Mac, PSX      Note: Originally publ
    04/04/12 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • In this sequel to 3 Skulls of the Toltecs and Wanted: A Wild Western Adventure, Fenimore and Rhiannon are pursued by outlaws as they search for a stash of money hidden in a graveyard.
    Genre: HumorRelease Date: April 2009Platform: PCNote: Originally published 7 April 2009     Short
    04/13/12 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft this is the grandfather of action/adventure games, worthy of inclusion in JA's Hall of Fame
    Release Date: 1992Platform: Macintosh, PSX, DOS, PC/WindowsNote: Originally published in 1999Seve
    08/17/12 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Assume the role of Hercule Poirot as you investigate a thrilling murder mystery aboard a luxurious Nile riverboat
    Genre: Casual Mystery Adventure/HOGRelease Date: May 2007Platform: PCNote: Originally published 23
    05/23/07 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Play as a brand new character and work alongside Hercule Poirot to investigate a savage murder committed on a lavish train
    Genre: Mystery AdventureRelease Date: November 2006Platform: PCNote: Originally published 21 Novembe
    12/29/16 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Get up close and personal with Corey and Lori
    During May, numerous members of the AGD Interactive (AGDI) and Himalaya Studios development teams as
    11/15/12 | Interview | by Randy Sluganski
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  • A return to the glory days of adventure gaming that many claim no longer exists
    Release Date: 1998Platform: PC, Mac The category in Final Jeopardy is 1998. And the answer is the B
    11/13/12 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • 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
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  • Once upon a time, as old fairy tales and fables begin, very many early computer Quest/Adventures games, the only genre dealt with in this article, included a numeric-counter indicating progress.
    Once upon a time, as old fairy tales and fables begin, very many early computer Quest/Adventures gam
    07/10/12 | Editorial | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Editorial
    Games Radar, a site owned by parent company Future plc, is yet another in a long line of internet game sites that imagine themselves as cutting-edge because a) they said so and b) they post controversial articles designed to get a rise.
    The Future plc portfolio is comprised of over 100 magazines and 70 websites such as PC Gamer, Ninten
    07/29/08 | Editorial | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Editorial
    Ou know, I take up the banner for Her Interactive so often that you would be forgiven for thinking I’m on their payroll. But I’m not. I’m just some poor schmuck (both literally and figuratively) with a big mouth.
    In the March 2009 issue of PC Gamer, in the midst of their annual ‘Let’s suck-up and bestow awar
    03/05/09 | Editorial | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Bad adventure games know no boundaries, and their slimy tentacles have been known to spread their putrid stench across the civilized world. Such is the case with our newest inductee into the Dungeon of Shame.
    Note: Review was originally published June 5, 1998 Bad adventure games know no boundaries
    08/21/15 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Ever since Activision released their movie-based Spider-Man game in 2002, there has been an upswing in the quality of superhero games on both console and pc. Even the few that have not lived up to expectations – such as the recent Batman: Dark Tomorrow & Superman: Shadow of Apokolips - have at least attempted to go beyond the beat-em up attitude so prevalent in past years and inject both a plot and some puzzles beyond pushing and pulling boxes.
    Ever since Activision released their movie-based Spider-Man game in 2002, there has been an upswin
    04/01/03 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is a great movie for young and old alike.
    Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is a great movie for young and old alike. The mo
    12/03/05 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Elderly male looking for a small one-room apartment in North America. Mildly eccentric, likes to tinker with clocks. Only goes out at night.
    Elderly male looking for a small one-room apartment in North America. Mildly eccentric, likes to tin
    01/02/02 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • If anything, Weird harkens to the disjointed imagery created by the Residents in their excellent products Bad Day on the Midway and Freak Show
    It takes a lot of moxie to name your product using only one word. Especially when that one word is a
    06/06/96 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Don't know what to do next? Try this helpful walkthough out!
    Remember, this is an adventure game so pick up any items you can, it will save you a lot of backtr
    12/31/07 | Walkthrough | by Randy Sluganski
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  • How refreshing to play an adventure game that does not take place in outer space or some other make-believe world, does not contain any horror or fantasy elements, and is actually rooted in reality.
    Note: Review originally posted June 6, 1999 How refreshing to play an adventure game that does not
    07/16/15 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Survive the horrors in and around the American oil research station with this walkthrough!
    The Story: (From the press release) In the midst of the snowfields of Greenland lies Alpha Polaris
    08/15/11 | Walkthrough | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Jane Jensen is a sneaky, sneaky person. It all started with Inspector Parker in 2003. A casual game with just a smidgen of adventure elements, which was understandable as Jane’s Gabriel Knight games were – and still are – considered classics in the genre.
    Jane Jensen is a sneaky, sneaky person.  It all started with Inspector Parker in 2003.  A casua
    05/17/08 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • James Patterson hard covers, James Patterson paperbacks, James Patterson graphic novels, James Patterson audio novels, James Patterson films, James Patterson television shows, James Patterson pc games, James Patterson online games and now James Patterson Nintendo DS games. Am I forgetting anything? How about some James Patterson jammies to sleep in at night or a James Patterson candy bar to snack on while reading? Seriously though, James Patterson is as nice a person as you could ever have the pleasure to meet and it’s great that he has taken such a liking to the adventure genre.
    James Patterson hard covers, James Patterson paperbacks, James Patterson graphic novels, James Patte
    10/22/09 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Though it does a better job than most hidden object games, it tries too hard to be a titillating teenage tale of vampiric adoration.
    Every month we receive numerous requests from publishers & developers to review their new advent
    12/10/10 | Review | by Randy Sluganski
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