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The best games like Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror are:
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1. Beneath a Steel Sky
Robert Foster is an innocent outsider stranded in a vast city where oppressed civilians live and work in soaring tower blocks... while the corrupt, covetous and rich lie underground, shielded from all pollution. Alone, save for a robot circuit board, Foster must fight for survival... and discover the sinister truth behind his abduction...
Paranoid population. Psychotic criminals. Power hungry corporation. Big Brother government. Haves and have nots.
In the not so impossible future. In the melting pot of Union City. All man's social problems are coming to a boil. Under the claustrophobic lid of a steel sky.
From the pit of the industrial level to the belly of commercial sector, to the spheres where the rich and powerful play. It's Man against Man. Man against Machine. Man against Time. In an urban hell only you can liberate... Maybe.
Featuring Revolution's Software innovative Virtual Theatre system, Beneath a Steel Sky is a gripping science fiction point and click adventure game in the cyberpunk genre. Over 100 locations designed and art directed by award-winning comic book author Dave Gibbons (Watchmen fame). His comic book, inspired by the game itself, is included to complete the content.A claustrophobic, paranoid and psychotic atmosphere Over 100 locations designed by an English comic book artist and writer Dave Gibbons Many interesting characters that move about freely and live out their own lives, thanks to the Virtual Theatre system
Categories in common with Beneath a Steel Sky: Adventure
2. Ether One
A walking simulator or first-person adventure game from the independent British studio White Paper Games, for which the project became a debut. According to the developers, the game explores the fragility of the human mind.
The player takes control of the nameless hero who works as Restorer as an employee of the futuristic memorial recovery company Ether Institute of Telepathic Medicine., Whose task is to investigate the thoughts of a woman named Jean Thompson with a diagnosis of dementia. The restorer can project himself into one's mind. The game has puzzles, the essence of which is to reconstruct the memories of a woman. The narrative assumes several variants of the development of events so that each new passage can surprise those already familiar with the game.
The game was released on the PlayStation 4 and PC. On computers twice: in addition to the original release, in 2015 Redux version of the game was released.
3. Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars - The Director's Cut
Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars - The Director's Cut is a remastered version of the original point-and-click quest released 13 years afterward.
The original game sets in Paris and tells a story of a Nicole Collard — the protagonist alongside with George Stobbart — the American tourist. The whole narrative centers around Palais Royale where the murdering of the local President candidate — Pierre Carchon. Furthermore, she figures out the Templar order is mixed with the situation. The player is set to follow many arcs: starting from romancing the other characters and ending with the prevention of the global terroristic attacks.
Traditionally, the gameplay in the point-and-click varies a little or do not change at all. The player is given some two-dimensional background with clickable items on it and the characters on the screen. The player may interact either with the environment or with the people. The remastered version also brought touch controls for mobile devices and accelerometer Wii Remote pads.
Director's Cut features
The game's graphics were rendered in higher definition, some of the original's scenes were cut out, and the display of the blood spilling in some scenes was evaded entirely. The original game featured only George Stobbart as the protagonist; however, the whole new Collard's story was added. The game has also got easier — the "help" section was added.
4. Broken Sword 2 - the Smoking Mirror: Remastered
Direct sequel in story, genre and art style, Broken Sword 2 – the Smoking Mirror: Remastered is a remake of 2010 release that takes place 6 months after the events of the first game, where George Stobbart and Nicole Collard visit an archeologist to gather information on the mystery Mayan stone Nicole found while working on a news story. But they’re ambushed and separated, and now George has to escape the burning building, reunite with Nicole and uncover the secrets of a Mayan stone, leading to a lost temple.
The game is played like any other point-and-click adventure, where the player controls the characters and interacts with the environments through the mouse clicks, or in case of a PlayStation release through the controller. The game has over 60 characters player can interact with unique voice lines regarding every game item players can get in their inventory. Remastered edition replaced pixelated backgrounds with more detailed ones, fixed the quality of FMV’s and general audio and added fully animated facial features.
You'll battle cultists, gargoyles, zombies, hellhounds, and an unholy host of other terrors in your quest to stop Tchernobog. You must not only defeat the Cabal--you must scour its dread name from human memory. If that means eradicating everyone and everything the Cabal has ever tainted, so be it. Of course, you'll first have to make your way through fortresses, castles, mines, mansions, and estates guarded and kept by Tchernobog's malevolent servants. Fortunately, it is wits that make the hero, and although you're in serious danger of losing yours, you've got enough left to improvise some pretty effective tools of destruction. Aerosol hairspray can be frightening enough on its own, but apply it to a lighter flame and you've got an instant flamethrower (kids, don't try this at home!). Likewise, a flare gun can brighten your prospects considerably against even the grimmest odds, which is to say nothing for shotguns, Tommy guns, and dynamite. Who knows, you may even find that there are some spirits on your side when you find yourself clutching a voodoo doll.
6. Broken Sword 5 - the Serpent's Curse
Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Revolution Software. It was funded through Kickstarter.
On an art exhibition in a modern-day Paris, a criminal disguised as a pizza boy shoots the art galleries owner and steals the painting that was captured by fascists in Catalonia in 1937. George and Nico accidentally meet each other and begin the investigation of this event.
Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse is a 2-dimensional game that is, unexpectedly, features a third-person camera. Like in the previous titles of the series, the game still relies on its point and click user interface. In order to bring something new into the gameplay, Revolution Software added crafting into the game. Crafting allows creating new items that are essential to progress further into the game's levels.
Like in the previous game, Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse relies on its hotspot system. There are special spots scattered across the levels. When the players stand right on them, several actions will become available for them.
Character death scenes are back again. It is possible to die if the players react too slow on something or make a wrong decision. The players do not start off the last checkpoint after death. Instead, the players spawn right before their death scene.
7. Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars
Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars is an adventure-puzzle game developed by Revolution Software and Astraware. It came out on 30-09-1996. It was published by THQ. The game is rated as "Exceptional" on RAWG.
Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars is available on Classic Macintosh, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation and PC.
It was produced by Charles Cecil, Chris Dudas, Michael Merren and Steve Ince. Charles Cecil directed the game. Barrington Pheloung scored the game.
8. Mata Hari
TRUST NO ONE BUT YOURSELF as you adventure into the dark world of espionage amidst the volatile atmosphere of impending war.
As a double agent, you must find clever ways to pit enemy factions against each other while eluding pursuers in each of your increasingly dangerous missions. As a femme fatale, your notorious charm can entice any man. Yet, will the one man who holds the key to your heart ever be yours?
- Based on the true events leading to World War I
- Break code, tap phones, use your ingenuity and the era's latest gadgets!
- Risk it all as you take on dangerous missions
- 8 challenging mini-games in 4 thrilling chapters
- A variety of endings based on the choices you make in the game
Categories in common with Mata Hari: Adventure
9. Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans
Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans is an adventure game developed by Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. and Animation Magic. It came out on 01-01-1998. Blizzard Entertainment published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Meh".
Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans is available on PC.
Categories in common with Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans: Adventure
10. Lost Legends: The Weeping Woman Collector's Edition
Journey south of the border and immerse yourself in this compelling hidden object adventure that is packed with mystery, suspense and thrills!
The villagers of San Cristobal hold an annual festival called Flores de los Muertos, "Flowers of the Dead" - a carnival during which the entire village comes together to ward off the spirit of the Weeping Woman. The disappearances have miraculously stopped and the residents of San Cristobal consider themselves lucky that the festival has kept the Weeping Woman at bay... until now. The Weeping Woman has returned, and only you can stop her!
Special Collector's Edition Features include:
- The 'Tale of El Sombrerón' bonus chapter
- Achievements and morphing collectibles
- Wallpapers and concept art
- Integrated strategy guide and more!
11. Quest for Glory 3: The Wages of War
Quest for Glory 3: The Wages of War is an adventure-RPG game developed by Sierra On-Line. It was originally released in 1992. It was published by Sierra On-Line. Most rawgers rated the game as "Exceptional".
Quest for Glory 3: The Wages of War is available on PC.
12. The Secrets of Da Vinci: The Forbidden Manuscript
The Secrets of Da Vinci: The Forbidden Manuscript is an adventure game developed by Kheops Studio, MZone Studio and TOTM Studio. It came out on 01-05-2006. Nobilis published the game. The game is rated as "Exceptional" on RAWG.
You can play The Secrets of Da Vinci: The Forbidden Manuscript on PC.
Categories in common with The Secrets of Da Vinci: The Forbidden Manuscript: Adventure
14. Artus et le grimoire secret
Artus, qui vit au Louvre, rend visite à son amie Panacée, la bibliothécaire du musée, qui lui a donné rendez-vous à minuit pour parler de son ancêtre. En arrivant à la bibliothèque Artus découvre que Panacée est prisonnière des pages d'un vieux grimoire. Grâce à son médaillon magique, Arthur plonge dans le livre au secours de son amie. Il se retrouve propulsé au Moyen-Âge, au tout début du règne du roi Charles VI qui est encore un enfant. Là, il apprend que Panacée est accusée de sorcellerie et enfermée dans le donjon du Louvre !
Afin d'obtenir la grâce de son amie Panacée, et pour revenir au XXI ème siècle, Artus doit accomplir deux grandes missions :
- Découvrir les quatre symboles du médaillon de l'Ordre du Mulot Gardien : la Coupe de Salomon, l'Épée de Charlemagne, le Bâton de Saint-Jaques et l'Or de l'Outre-Monde.
- Être adoubé chevalier en gagnant suffisamment de points de courage, de charité et d'or, ou devenir preux en trouvant quatre objets supplémentaires : le heaume, l'épée, la cotte de maille et l'écu.
N'écoutant que son courage, Artus se lance dans une grande aventure. Si tu veux l'accompagner, il faut partir tout de suite, n'oublie pas que Panacée est accusée de sorcellerie !
15. Battle Chef Brigade
Battle Chef Brigade features fantasy chefs, including Orcs, Elves, and Humans, who need to hunt dangerous monsters for ingredients. With those ingredients, before the critical eye of the judges, the chefs create culinary masterpieces in an intense tournament. Battle Chef Brigade pairs one part combo-based action hunting and one part puzzle-based cooking, all as the round clock ticks down.
Hand drawn 2D animated characters and monsters.
Four playable chefs each with their own short campaign which delves into each character's personality and cuisine.
A chef's pairing of equal parts old-school brawler, match-three puzzler, served with a side of light RPG progression.
Daily challenge leaderboards where Battle Chefs can boast about their day's best culinary creations.
Deadly and delicious monsters. Subdue them in the arena!
Puzzle Rush and Break the Targets modes for leaderboard domination.
16. MediEvil (1998)
MediEvil is an action-adventure hack and slash video game developed by SCE Cambridge Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation. The game is set in the medieval Kingdom of Gallowmere and centres around the charlatan protagonist, Sir Daniel Fortesque, as he makes an attempt to stop antagonist Zarok's invasion of the kingdom whilst simultaneously redeeming himself.
Development began in 1995 at Millenium Interactive in Cambridge under the working title of Dead Man Dan. The visuals are heavily influenced by Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas. Originally conceived as an arcade-style shooter for platforms such as Windows and the Sega Saturn, Sony's purchase of SCE Cambridge Studio evolved the game into a PlayStation title. The game received mostly positive praise from critics upon release, with praise including its blend of Halloween themed visuals, but was criticised for its controls and cumbersome camera work.
It was released in Europe and North America in 1998, and in Japan in 1999. It was also re-released on the PlayStation Network in 2007. It was followed by a sequel, MediEvil 2, in 2000, and a PlayStation Portable remake in 2005 titled MediEvil: Resurrection. At PlayStation Experience 2017, a remaster for PlayStation 4 was announced.
17. Arizona Sunshine
Virtual reality meets the zombie apocalypse! Arizona Sunshine is a first-person shooter built exclusively for VR that immerses you in a post-apocalyptic southwestern America overrun by zombies.
When you hear a flash of a human voice on the radio, your hopes surge - there are survivors out in the blistering heat of the post-apocalyptic Grand Canyon state! Armed with little more than your motion-controlled weapons and the scarce ammo and consumables you find along the way, you need to navigate the hordes of zombies coming for your brain in your desperate search for human contact.
Developed from the ground up for HTC Vive and Oculus, Arizona Sunshine puts you in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. Handle weapons with real-life movements, freely explore a post-apocalyptic world, and put your survival skills to the test in VR - putting the undead back to rest is more thrilling than ever before.
- Real-life weapon handling: Using VR motion controllers, handle 25+ weapons with real-life movements. Anticipate attacks, manage ammo and aim down the sights to blast your enemies to undead pieces.
- Full-size campaign: Built in bite-sized VR chunks that together form a full narrative, the campaign allows you to jump in for a short session or stay for the complete ride.
- Free exploration: Move around without restraints to explore a series of huge southwestern American environments, including treacherous canyons and deep, dark mines.
- Immersive zombie survival: Scavenge the environment, loot undead enemies and manage your ammo and consumables in a battle for survival more immersive than ever before thanks to VR.
- Co-op multiplayer: Join forces with a friend in co-op campaign mode or multiplayer Horde mode for up to four players. But beware, more warm brains mean more hungry undead.
- Unprecedented VR realism: When powered by an Intel® Core™ i7 processor or equivalent, Arizona Sunshine brings unprecedented realism to VR gaming with zombie mutilation, destructible environments, and an overall cinematic and immersive experience.
- Only in VR: Arizona Sunshine is a VR shooter exclusively built for VR. Step into the midst of a zombie apocalypse as if you were really there and take on the undead unlike ever before.
A sinister force now controls the city of Neutropolis. A once-thriving city full of beauty and light, Neutropolis has been reduced to a a stagnant pit of apathy. As Kent Knutson, a shameless dreamer and one of Neutropolis' most awkward citizens, you have been imprisoned for a week and are now under home arrest for that most sinister of crimes: whistling in public. You must get out of your home and explore the vast city of Neutropolis and solve the riddle of a nation’s apathy. Point and click with the unique voodoo doll interface and be rewarded by motion capture sequences as you gather clues and solve puzzles. Chuckle at the bizarre plot and chew carpet while your brain wraps itself around puzzles that are greater than the sum of their parts. If you manage to understand the mystery that shrouds Neutropolis, you're only halfway there...
Why is the city so controlled? Why does the most successful company in town make furniture? Why can't penguins fly? Who is Brian Deluge? How can you solve the riddle of the mystery of the clue of the puzzle that shrouds Neutropolis?Features:
- Explore the incredibly detailed city of Neutropolis that is anything but a normal place
- Amble freely through unique and surreal locations made with impressive attention to detail
- Challenging puzzles with multiple and sometimes twisted and bizarre, solutions
19. Blade Runner
Blade Runner is an adventure game developed by Westwood Studios. It came out on 31-10-1997. It was published by Virgin Interactive Entertainment. Most rawgers rated the game as "Exceptional".
You can play Blade Runner on PC.
Categories in common with Blade Runner: Adventure
Delver is a first person action roguelike dungeon crawl with crunchy pixels.
Take the role of an adventurer that tries their fate in the dark dungeons (and probably dies horribly). Fight monsters, grab loot, hoard potions, and level up!
Quest for the Yithidian orb at the darkest depths of the dungeon and attempt to bring it back to the surface - getting to it may be the easy part.
Levels are randomly generated in each playthrough so you'll never know quite what's around the corner.
Delver is in an unfinished beta state at the moment and has it's share of bugs and rough edges that need filed down, but it's very playable even in this unfinished state. Help us guide the direction of the game with your early access help and feedback. Our future plans are to revamp all of the art and sound, increase the depth of the RPG system, add special events and minibosses to the random dungeon generator, implement full gamepad support, and add a ton of new content. Help make Delver the best game it can be!Key Features
- Fast paced action rpg gameplay
- Permadeath - once you're dead, you're dead
- Randomized levels - never the same game twice
- Loot hoarding
- Chunky pixels!
- Modding support - the desktop version lets you make and share your own monsters, items, and texture packs
- Level editor included!
21. Gray Matter
After a tragic accident, neurobiologist Dr. David Styles has become a recluse, rarely leaving his home, the Dread Hill House. One day, Samantha Everett, a street magician, appears at Dr. Style's doorstep just as he is seeking a new assistant.
Samantha's first task is to find six people to form “The Lamb's Club” of human guinea pigs for Dr. Style's tests at Oxford University. The experiment starts off innocently enough, but then a chain of inexplicable incidents begin to occur, one after another.
Are these experiments as innocent as they appear? What is the true aim of Dr. Styles' research? What secrets are waiting to cross over from the other side?
In Gray Matter, legendary game author Jane Jensen (creator of the Gabriel Knight series) tackles questions concerning the nature of reality and the power of the human mind in a mystery adventure that comprises 8 massive chapters. Jensen combines the elements of science and the supernatural, together with her acclaimed emphasis on character and story to create an unprecedented paranormal experience that will keep you riveted until the very end.
- From legendary game author, Jane Jensen, GRAY MATTER combines the elements of science and the supernatural, together with character and story to create an unprecedented paranormal experience.
- A dark story told in the gothic novel style in eight epic chapters
- Play as Dr. Styles and Samantha
- Innovative gameplay that combines science and the supernatural
22. Time Commando
A deadly virus has invaded a top secret military super computer. Its catastrophic time-warping effects now threaten to overtake the computer systems of the world. If you cannot restore its memory in time, the growing virus will cause the world's collapse. You must journey through the corridors of history to stop this technological demon. But vicious warriors await with lethal purpose. Instinct will be your only ally. All-out combat, your only choice.
Time Commando will take you on a journey in time and space that you will never forget. With plenty of weapon types, stylized visuals, and diversified gameplay it should keep you entertained for many hours. This title is very unique and it should be a part of every serious game collection.9 Worlds to explore, each in a different time and place: prehistoric, Roman, feudal Japan, Medieval, Conquistador, the Wild West, and the modern wars. Impressive arsenal of weapons, from Katanas through rifles and spells to a technologically advanced combat yo-yo. Entertaining and challenging puzzle-solving elements, stylized visuals, and an original story.
23. Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual
Uncover the darkest secret of humanity!
Young archeologist Sylvie Leroux accidentally stumbles upon an ancient secret. What she doesn't realize is that her research will put her in deadly peril. Who wants to prevent her from finishing her research? Are mere humans standing in her way, or is it a supernatural power?
- Dramatic story with many twists and turns
- Mystical atmosphere with breathtaking graphics
- Challenging and intense puzzles
Categories in common with Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual: Adventure
24. Ether One Redux
Ether One Redux is a first person adventure that deals with the fragility of the human mind.
There are two paths in the world you can choose from. At its core is a story exploration path free from puzzles where you can unfold the story at your own pace.
There is also a deeper, more adventurous path in which you can complete complex puzzles to restore life changing events of the patient's history in order to help the validation of his life.
The aim of the parallel paths was to make Ether One accessible to a range of skilled players. The hope was that people would be able to enjoy playing the game and solving puzzles with parents or friends, as well as immersed in the game on your own with the lights off. From a young age we enjoyed the first person puzzle games that required you to write cryptic notes on spare pieces of paper to unravel mysteries. Ether One aims to bring back pen and paper puzzle solving, whilst still being accessible and optional for people not wanting to get stuck and frustrated on the harder puzzles.Open narrative exploration in the town of Pinwheel. Accessible gameplay with additional controller support for players that aren’t as skilled with complex controls. Challenging pen and paper puzzle design that you can decrypt at your own pace.
Categories in common with Ether One Redux: Adventure
25. 7 Sins
7 Sins is a life simulation video game where the player must get to the top of the social ladder and make decisions related to the seven deadly sins. The game is set in the fictional Apple City. Throughout the game the player makes decisions based on pride, wrath, greed, envy, lust, sloth and gluttony. Once a relationship has been built new missions are unlocked. In total there are seven chapters and one hundred non-player characters to interact with.
26. Ecstatica: A State of Mind
Ecstatica: A State of Mind is an action-adventure game developed by Psygnosis. It was originally released in 1994. Psygnosis published the game. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
Ecstatica: A State of Mind is available on PC.
27. Lamplight City
For police detective turned private investigator Miles Fordham, Lamplight City's shadowy corners are just part of the territory. But with his former partner constantly speaking to him from beyond the grave, his grip on sanity is slowly loosening. Can Miles find justice for his clients and track down his partner's killer before his entire world comes apart?
Lamplight City is a detective adventure set in an alternate steampunk-ish "Victorian" past.Features
- Be the detective you want to be. But prepare to face the consequences.
Investigate crime scenes, interrogate suspects, get information by any means necessary. Follow the law or make your own rules, but how you choose to act will affect people's attitudes towards you.
- Five cases to solve, with multiple suspects, false leads, and different outcomes.
Never find yourself stuck in a dead-end situation. If the case becomes unsolvable, simply move on to the next one. The story will adapt based on your choices.
- Single click interface with no inventory.
Gather clues and documents in your casebook for review. Item manipulation is handled via a context-sensitive cursor.
- A fictional city with four boroughs to explore, each with their own unique flavor.
Players will visit each of these boroughs throughout the game, exploring themes such as class divide and the public's fear of emerging steam tech.
- Inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe and Charles Dickens.
- Meet over 50 professionally voiced characters.
- Original score by Mark Benis
- I fostered a lifelong love for the adventure genre, culminating in a Purple Tentacle tattoo (Day of the Tentacle, duh) on my upper left arm. So I’ll be playing Lamplight City, too. Trust.
- Rock, Paper, Shotgun
- Overall, this game has a lot going for it, and I encourage you to check it out even if you’re not an adventure game buff.
- Hey Poor Player
- Featuring a crisp pixel art style and steampunk influences, Lamplight City is certainly a game that catches the eye.
28. Murder Mystery Adventure
Murder Mystery Adventure tells the suspenseful story of a chilling murder committed in a mysterious mansion upon the hillside at the outskirts of town. Only you can solve the crime. Only you have the wits to solve challenging puzzles to unveil critical clues. Only you have the investigative knowledge to interact with possible suspects to decide who is lying and who are innocent. Combining the very best of point-and-click adventuring with Hidden Object discoveries, your task is to search for clues and possible murder weapons throughout the house. Find missing keys to locked doors. Discover lost weapons. Look for secret corridors. Play mini-games to gain access to restricted areas. When you know who the murderer is, your final task is to call the police identifying the true suspect. Enter the mansion if you dare …KEY FEATURES
- Suspenseful Point-And-Click Adventuring
- Hidden Object Discoveries
- Secret Corridors
- Notebook For Hints And Clues
- Numerous Murder Suspects
- Dangerous Weapons
- Challenging Mini-Games
29. The Great Perhaps
The Great Perhaps tells the story of an astronaut returning to Earth destroyed by natural cataclysms.
There, among the ruins he finds an unusual artifact — an old lantern, in the light of which you can see glimpses of another time and travel to the past.
Experience constant time traveling between an empty, melancholic scenery of the post-apocalyptic Earth and its vivid days gone by.
The hero will face the danger in the post-apocalyptic present, as well as in the past. Help him on his journey to find out the true cause of the disaster and save the planet!
Challenging puzzles and mini-games based around time travel
Experience the gripping atmosphere of a post-apocalyptic world based on Soviet aesthetics
Innovative storytelling which binds together the past and the present
Memorable characters with personal stories
Original interactive soundtrack which adapts to each timeline
Wistful hand-drawn 2D art style
30. PARKAN: THE IMPERIAL CHRONICLES
Parkan: the Imperial ChroniclesLegendary fantastic universe of the 90-s is back!
Parkan is a really massive game where players can travel through the randomly-generated star systems and build their own path in the universe.
Year 4097 since the foundation of the Lentis colony in some forsaken corner of the Galaxy. You are the pilot of the imperial starship “Parkan”, assigned to the Argus patrol base, that at the moment drifts helplessly on the orbit of a strange and nameless sun. Your task is to find the explorer ship that disappeared somewhere in the sector of Lentis, find out what happened to it and bring it back to the base.
It won’t be an easy task: first you will have to repair the starship and provide it with fuel. Then you need to find new weapons and navigation systems and create a squadron of drone ships. While playing you’ll have to meet the aborigines of the far-away planets, fight local pirates, try yourself as merchant or mercenary, win space fights, colonize a distant planet and maybe even create your own clan. You have the goal but the way to reach it is totally up to you!
- Legendary game from the Golden age of the Russian gaming industry now in digital distribution!
- Hybrid gameplay, combining elements of space simulator, shooter, strategy and RPG.
- Open world with endless possibilities: explore the outer space, colonize planets, negotiate with clans of robots, fight in space battles, fall aboard spaceships, and become mercenary, trader or pirate!
31. Onikira - Demon Killer
Developed by Irish-based indie, Digital Furnace Games, Onikira: Demon Killer is an awesome side-scrolling, 2D beat’em-up set in fantasy feudal Japan. As Yamazaki Jiro, a lone samurai, players battle to prevent the forces of the Japanese underworld, Yomi, from consuming the land of the living.
Onikira: Demon Killer blends together complex deep fighting mechanics usually found in traditional 3D beat-em’ups, like Ninja Gaiden or Bayonetta and merges them with classic 2D platform-game mechanics. Onikira’s expressive fighting system enables players to engage in whichever way suits them best. Some players will prefer to go toe-to toe with heavy weapons and mash buttons while others will opt for a ranged game style, avoiding heavy melee encounters. Try launching an enemy into the air, wall jumping to position yourself above them then Katana Slaming them into the ground. Switch weapons to the Naginata and use the Naginata Lift and air dash moves to stay in the air and off crumbling platforms, while pulling enemies up to you to be dispatched in mid-air. Whip out your grappling hook to grapple between platforms, across chasms or fiery pits, all the while fending off enemies.
Onikira: Demon Killer boasts seven challenging areas and players can express themselves with over forty uber-cool moves, using four devastating weapons. Each level is littered with foul demons that players must dispatch back to the underworld and players must also face two mini-bosses and two epic mega bosses. Every level is crammed full of environmental aids to help the player in combat encounters. Slice the support pillars off a building and watch it crush your enemies as it collapses, or use your moves to fling enemies into spikes, pits, or the path of moving deadly objects. Be careful though, as dropping a building on your own head is known to cause sadness!
Unique high-level combat – Onikira mixes 2D platform game elements into the combat system to make something special. Moving platforms, wall jumping, wall running and grappling all serve to make for dynamic and emergent combat encounters.
Seven Areas – the narrative unfolds over highly polished and gorgeous hand-painted levels featuring rain drenched villages, destroyed opulent cities, mountaintop locations and an erupting volcano.
Master unique weapons – Each weapon - sword, tetsubo, naginata or arm blades - has multiple unlockable moves which can result in massive combo chains when moves are strung together. Combo chains turn directly into score multipliers.
Responsive and Expressive Combat System – players are rewarded for strategic and skill-based fighting. Play flows naturally from move to move, allowing the player to create new combos that haven’t been designed explicitly by the developers.
Soul Shop – souls are the currency of Onikira. Use them to revive your health and trade them. At certain points inside each level, the player will find rifts into Yomi where benevolent spirits will trade moves for collected souls.
Challenge Arenas – players complete combat related challenges and improve their score and skill to gain achievements. The arenas are fully integrated into Steam’s online leaderboards.
Specific enemy types – with their own unique vulnerabilities, every enemy emphasises a particular fighting style, like a floating, possessed Mempo mask that encourages the use of air game or a monstrously twisted high-ranking samurai, where hit and run tactics are the best way to stay alive.
IN CORTEXGEAR: ANGRYDROIDS, YOU PLAY AS:
An alien (main character) hacker who take control of a CortexGear (A robot with an implanted brain) in order to eradicate angry droids. The alien is one of the last survivors from a Cortex war (A war based on hacking the opponent) against the AngryDroids. The alien is also from an upgraded generation of CortexSoldiers (Soldier with great hacking abilities), the generation that ended the ultimate CortexWar against mankind. Discover the extra-terrestrial true origin through the game’s story, in a world infested by angry droids.
To get and know more about the story, you should visit the game's website page. The full story of the game is placed there.
BRAVE THE GAME WITH YOUR SKILLS AND REFLEXES
CortexGear: AngryDroids is a challenging action-adventure game where you have to think logically to find your enemy's weaknesses, to trick your enemies with traps and solve draconic puzzles. You will also be hacking computers, master the use of tricks and combos, because the places are vast and hostile. The way forward is not always clear, and death will meet you as soon as you let your guard down, but be brave, fight well and explore carefully, because droids are angry, and share none of your weak human emotions. No pity.
- Multiplayer (Cross platform).
- Multiplayer stage customization.
- Survival mode.
- 20 extra challenging levels.
- More than 6 hours of campaign.
- Random enemy.
- 35 different enemies.
- More than 100 sets of weapons (24).
- Tricks list (specials and combos moves).
The hardest Sci-Fi shooting sidescroller
Is a classic 3D Sci-Fi shooting sidescroller where quick tactics and skills need to be in harmony the beat the game. A run-and-gun shooter with both mouse and keyboard controls at the same time. An adventure game with an emotional story and epic game-play, it's a game for PC, Mac and Linux.
"CortexGear: AngryDroids" is an adventure game that will challenge your skills in many forms. Robots with a conscious and they won't budge. With a join us or perish mentality, those AngryDroids are on a mission: 'I will destroy you'
The game is hard, skilled and contains violence, intelligent themes, minimal blood, and threatening language.
33. Prince of Persia: Rival Swords
Your homeland is besieged. Your people are enslaved. Now, you must use the Wii controllers to wield an array of ancient weapons and bring peace to your shattered land. You've never played Prince of Persia quite like this.
• Each of your hands controls an awe-inspiring weapon
• Use the Nunchuk to carve the deadly Daggertail through your enemy's flesh
• Devastate your enemies with stealthy Speed Kills by timing your controller movement
• Outsmart the opposition in pulse-quickening chariot races
Memoranda is a game about forgetting and being forgotten!
A point and click adventure game with magic realism elements that tells the story of a young lady who gradually realizes she is forgetting her own name. Is she really losing her memory or is there something else that could explain the strange circumstances?
The story happens in a quiet little town where a few ordinary and strange characters live together. Including a World War II surviving soldier to an elephant taking shelter in a man’s cottage hoping to become a human. There is one thing all these characters have in common: they are losing something. It could be a name, a husband or even someone’s sanity!
The story is inspired by various Haruki Murakami short stories that describe a surreal world full of lonely characters.
- A classic 2D point and click adventure game in a magic realism setting.
- Unique and beautiful hand-drawn full-HD 2D graphics.
- Inspired by many of Haruki Murakami’s short stories.
- Original soundtrack with more than 15 tracks.
- Thousands of lines of dialog with English voice over.
- Meet more than 35 characters in 40 different locations.
35. DragonRiders: Chronicles of Pern
DragonRiders: Chronicles of Pern is an action-adventure game developed by Ubi Studios UK. It was originally released in 2001. Ubisoft Entertainment published the game. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
You can play DragonRiders: Chronicles of Pern on PC.
Step into the mystery of Stonekeep and begin a quest through dark corridors, treacherous sewers and subterranean realms of faeries, magic and the living dead. You'll discover a world where darkness reigns and where you become part of a detailed story line that unfolds at your command. Defeat evil, reclaim your immortal soul and experience an adventure you will never forget.
- Reader's Choice Role-Playing Game Of the Year in 1996 (Computer Gaming World)
- Journey through many fantasy locations like Fairy Land or a goblin-infested castle
- Created by Christopher Taylor, one of the designers of Fallout and Fallout 2
37. Tower Hunter:Erza's Trial
With features of roguelike and metroidvania,players of Tower Hunter: Erza’s Trial fight their way up in the world of a giant tower with random modules. Different terrains are found in the towers, and there is exploration to do and challenges to overcome. Due to a contract between our heroine Erza and a demon, Erza is beamed back to the original start every time she dies. As time loops, Erza, becomes a strong fighter who can make her way to her target.
- 2.5d toon render side-scroller game that exhibits fluent motion display.
- smooth control: a dodge may cancel punish, and strength and direction can be fine-tuned for jumps.
- Soul-like actions: supplies are limited; footsie and dodge are key factors and every move and weapon has its own magic.
- Each weapon has its ownfeatures a combo with which: you can combine light and heavy blows and switch from attack andto dodge.
- The classic order system from Castlevania is incorporated: special weapon skills and magic are triggered by simple commands.
- Take advantage of the special rune core system: in every adventure, the player can choose to foster a certain passive skill.
- licence system: acquire licences based on your clearance speed and the achievement of different conditions. These licences can be used for other purposes beyond display.
- Explore hidden elements: hidden passages that can be destroyed and sealed doors that must be opened using a corresponding colour key and that are full of dangers.
Gameplay:In the world of Tower Hunter, countless warriors have already gone before you to challenge the unsolved secrets of the tower, but they failed.A mischievous god is lord of the tower. Cards appear after bosses are defeated.
The empire grants different levels of licences to the warriors exploring the tower, according to the rarity of the cards they have collected. These licences bring with them status and power. Nobles have gone to the tower to compete for status and glory, but none have been as fortunate as our heroine Erza.
In her childhood, Erza became bonded with a demon, who grants her another chance at life each time she dies. Due to this special ability, Erza can explore frontiers that no one has ever seen.
One common feature of roguelike games is that there is no checkpoint where progress can be saved, and players must lose everything if their character dies. This basic design is followed here, but players can still accumulate a certain proportion of resources during the course of each adventure, and these can be used to acquire more skills and send characters to new stages, where they develop and become stronger. The more familiar the player becomes with gameplay, the more practised the response and battle skills are and the stronger and better equipped the heroine is, the further the player can go in the tower.
This game is the prologue to Tower Hunter, which tells the story of how Erza the Sword Maiden became Empire’s youngest Major. What is in store for her? Stay tuned!
38. Sos i Pie Sos
In this runner game, you play as a mouse who has stolen so much cheese that there is 10000$ bounty on his head! So there are many bounty hunters after you, but none is able to track you down except the most talented one, the Cat! He has found you when you were eating your lunch and starts chasing you. So you have to run as fast as you can if you want to survive. But he is smart and has planted many traps on your way that you have to jump over them. There are also cactuses in this desert that can kill you if you hit them! Also remember that you have a limited stamina and if you run out of it, you can’t run anymore and the Cat will catch you. So you have to gather cheese as you run to fill your stamina. Note that you can double jump and using this skill is essential for progressing through the game.
39. Mistwood Heroes
Mistwood is a huge forest-state populated by a variety of inhabitants. You will play as 4 different accidentally combined mercenaries who will save Mistwood from all adversity and even more.. With you will happen the most incredible events..
You will visit places such as the lair of the bandits, the royal castle, creepy cave, the Flamelands and even more of dangerous locations!
On your way will be enormous amount of bosses that will be a real hard challenge for you!KEY FEATURES:
● Extraordinary Bosses.
● Side Quests.
● Beautiful Music.
● Collection Cards.
● Secret Places and Achievements.
● Awesome Steam Backgrounds.
● Cheap Price.
40. Broken Sword 2.5: Return of the Templars
Broken Sword 2.5: Return of the Templars is an adventure game developed by mindFactory. It came out on 28-09-2008. mindFactory published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Exceptional".
You can play Broken Sword 2.5: Return of the Templars on PC.
Categories in common with Broken Sword 2.5: Return of the Templars: Adventure
41. Heart of China
Heart of China is an adventure game developed by Dynamix. It was originally released in 1990. It was published by Activision Blizzard. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
You can play Heart of China on PC, Commodore / Amiga and Classic Macintosh. The game is sold via GOG.
Jeffrey Tunnell directed the game. It was scored by Christopher Stevens and Don Latarski.
Categories in common with Heart of China: Adventure
42. The Da Vinci Code
The Da Vinci Code is an action, adventure and puzzle game developed by The Collective and Maxim Software. It was originally released in 2006. It was published by 2K Games. Most rawgers rated the game as "Meh".
You can play The Da Vinci Code on PC.
It was produced by Cordy Rierson. Winifred Phillips scored the game.
After alien meteorites crashed all over Capitol Island, plague started to spread. Soon beasts overtake as the ruler of the island and human became exiled.
To save her beloved brother from the plague, Carol entered the island to find cure.
But she soon realized it had became a much more crazy world then she expected.
DeHumanized is a Roguelite sidescroller action shooter deeply inspired by Metroid and Binding of Isaac.The world runs on physical rules with elements interacted subtly with each other. To survive you have to take strength from beasts, and learn rules how the world works. Would you lose in killing and destroying or would you stick to belief and humanity? Would you uncover the truth behind this whole plague?
Physics based interactions, raise and throw, jump and fly! discover for your own!
200+ prop to boost your ability waiting to be unlocked or discovered
Enhanced weapons and more explosion!
Randomly combined and altered levels for replayability
BEAST RPG system, each property not only make your character stronger but also affects the ending!
Enhanced element system. They now not only yields damage, change traits, but also interact with each other. Fire makes gas explode, water delivers electricity
Lots of hidden chambers now even with mysterious NPCs waiting for discover
Carefully tuned Boss Battles
To Old Friends came from UnderHuman：
Carl had entered the world of UnderHuman and disappeared for more than half a year, the trace for hunters has been covered with ruins.
As humanity grows weaker by the day, more and more people choose to forget and morph. The remainer of Humanity is in danger.
All beasts are agitated and fight crazy for survival.
But to save loved ones, Carol has to fight, just as those heroes who were forced to fight.
44. Tick's Tales
Colorful retro graphics meet a hilarious modern narrative in this charming and challenging point-and-click adventure! Neighborhood troublemaker Tick wants nothing more than to be a hero and earn the love of the girl of his dreams, Georgia McGorgeous. The only way is to pass the tests of Strength, Courage, and Wisdom to prove his worth and draw the legendary Sword of Blergh from the stone! But before Tick can win her heart, he will also have to save Georgia and his entire town from the clutches of the evil goblin Bloodclot!
- Thumb your nose at destiny, become the hero you were meant to be, and win the heart of the girl of your dreams!
- Save the town and battle the evil goblin Bloodclot with your magic sword!
- Charming retro 8-bit graphics and a classic quest.
- Clever and challenging puzzles.
- Includes a soundtrack of upbeat music to buoy the adventurer's spirit!
- Fourth-wall breaking fun and humor—great for fans of the golden age of adventure games!
Categories in common with Tick's Tales: Adventure
45. Chronicles of the Sword
Chronicles of the Sword is an adventure game developed by Synthetic Dimensions. It came out on 01-01-1995. Psygnosis published the game. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
Chronicles of the Sword is available on PC and PlayStation.
It was produced by Bill Allen and Craig Foster. Ben Daglish scored the game.
Categories in common with Chronicles of the Sword: Adventure
46. Cat Bird
Join the journey and open your inner meow!
* More than 40 challenging levels.
* 4 Epic bosses to challenge.
* Achievements and Leaderboards to compete with others.
* Stylish and stunning pixel art graphics.
* Test your skills in Time Trial mode.
* Beautiful Soundtrack
* Show off your abilities with ReplayKit(Android 5.0+)
Categories in common with Cat Bird: Adventure
47. Cat Bird!
A cute-tastic journey across worlds.
Help Cat Bird on his challenging platform adventure on an epic quest to get back home.
Venture through unique worlds hovering across pits, traps, enemies, and saw blades. Beware of the mighty guardians that block your path.
Join the journey and open your inner meow!
+ More than 40 challenging levels.
+ 3 Epic bosses to challenge.
+ Stylish and stunning pixel art graphics.
+ Achievements and Leaderboards to compete with others.
+ Test your skills in Time Trial mode.
+ Beautiful Soundtrack
+ Show off your abilities with ReplayKit(iOS 9+)
48. Adventures of Bertram Fiddle Episode 2: A Bleaker Predicklement
A Bleaker Predicklement is a hilarious AND mysterious point and click adventure game.
At long last Bertram Fiddle, leading Victorian Explorer, is able to continue his greatest adventure yet and resume the hunt for Geoff the Murderer.
With more puzzles, peculiar pigeons and puns A Bleaker Predicklement is full of everything you loved about Episode 1 and so much more.
Join Bertram as he finds himself framed for a murdering he did not commit!
Explore the smoggiest of alleyways!
Battle unspeakable monsters!
Solve puzzles and meet sinister characters as you track down Victorian London's most elusive serial killer!
And cringe at puns more dreadly than ever.
49. Forever Lost: Episode 3 HD
The truth is near. Look inside.
Founded in 1806, the Hawthorne Asylum was active during a time when patients were treated less like people and more like lab rats.
Although closed down in the 50’s due to changing ethical standards it is said that experiments were still being conducted for decades to come.
This is the concluding episode to the Forever Lost story, if you haven’t played the previous two episodes then please go do that now, we can objectively say they’re awesome.
A first person point and click game filled with puzzles, objects, rooms, and more puzzles. Plus there’s an actual story for those players that way inclined.
• Inspired by classic 2D point’n’click adventure games and modern culture.
• Amazing visual and sound design.
• In game camera so you can take photos of all the clues you find. Less back tracking!
• Plenty of rooms to explore and puzzles to solve.
• Beautiful soundtrack perfectly suited to this eerie and haunting world.
• A full hint guide that keeps track of your accomplishments to make sure you never get stuck.
• Auto-save feature, never lose your progress again!
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50. Warlock Revenge
Darkness gathers over the Isle of Shadows, and hordes of evil demons called by the water mages are flooding the peaceful lands, sowing chaos and destruction. The evil draws its power from an ancient artifact – the book of thousands of deaths that rests in the deepest chambers of hell. Warlock Haviron decides to destroy the book and leaves for a long journey full of adventures and dangers...
Warlock Revenge is an FPS of the early 1990's type, built on Ray Casting technology. The game offers a classic gameplay, typical for the shooters of that time. Simple but exciting at the same time mechanics, alongside the fantasy style bright graphics, allows you to bring back a long-forgotten sense of nostalgia.
· Unusual setting for early shooters with a fantasy story;
· Nice detailed pixel art graphics;
· Soundtrack with epic themes;
· Classic gameplay with a variety of secrets.