Adventure games emphasize experiencing a story through dialogue and puzzle solving. Gameplay mechanics emphasize decision over action. Puzzle solving usually revolves around combining or manipulating items to advance the story. Some sub-genres like visual novels often skip on the puzzle solving and focus fully on interactive narrative. The name Adventure stems from the game Adventure (a.k.a. Colossal Cave), and not to the unrelated film/book genre Adventure.
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Calling Wii Front Cover

Wii (2009)

It is speculated that, if a person dies in a tragic way, then their spirit will be trapped in a...

Call of Cthulhu: Shadow of the Comet Linux Front Cover

Linux (2015), DOS (1993), Windows (2015) and PC-98 (1995)

In 1834, in the small New England fishing village of Illsmouth, the distinguished British scientist Lord Boleskine lost his mind....

FM Towns (1992)

This compilation contains: Cal Cal II The second game can be started only after having completed the first one.

Calvino Noir Macintosh Front Cover

Windows (2015), Macintosh (2015), iPhone (2015), iPad (2015) and PlayStation 4 (2015)

The Cameron Files: Pharaoh's Curse Windows Front Cover

Windows (2002)

Cameron solves a new mystery in this point-and-click adventure game – this time set in Egypt.The Pharaoh’s mummy, on display...

The Cameron Files: Secret at Loch Ness Windows Front Cover

Windows (2001)

Set in 1932, you play private investigator Alan P. Cameron, who leaves his home town of Chicago to solve a...

Campfire Legends: The Babysitter Macintosh Front Cover

Windows (2010) and Macintosh (2010)

Lisa is a medical school student that takes a babysitting job for the university's dean, hoping to receive a letter...

Campfire Legends: The Hookman Macintosh Front Cover

Windows (2009) and Macintosh (2009)

Christine is traveling to the woods to meet her boyfriend, and spend a romantic weekend in her parents cabin. The...

Game Boy Advance (2006)

Camp Lazlo: Leaky Lake Games is based on the animated series of the same name from Cartoon Network that chronicles...

PC-88 (1989), PC-98 (1989) and Sharp X68000 (1990)

The story of this game is simple. The protagonist is a lonely guy who constantly dreams about having a girlfriend...

Can Can Bunny 5 1/2 Limited PC-98 Front Cover

Windows (1997) and PC-98 (1994)

The sixth (or fifth and a half, as the title suggests) installment of the long-running Can Can Bunny series belongs...

Can Can Bunny Extra PC-FX Front Cover

SEGA Saturn (1997), PC-FX (1996), PC-98 (1993), FM Towns (1993) and Sharp X68000 (1993)

The fifth Can Can Bunny game is also the first direct sequel within the series. The story is very similar...

SEGA Saturn (1996), PC-98 (1992), FM Towns (1992) and Sharp X68000 (1992)

In this game, the player assumes the role of an ordinary Japanese young man who works in a restaurant. One...

Windows (1997)

This is a remake of the very first Can Can Bunny game. The story remains the same: a lonely (and...

MSX (1990), PC-88 (1990), PC-98 (1990) and Sharp X68000 (1990)

The second game in the Can Can Bunny series follows the story of a young Japanese boy named Takeshi. One...

Candle Linux Front Cover

Linux (2016), Windows (2016) and Macintosh (2016)

Candy Land Windows Front Cover

Windows (1998)

The Candy Land computer game is a version of the classic Candy Land board game transposed onto the computer screen.One...

Candy, Please! Nintendo 3DS Front Cover
Cannonfire Concerto Linux Front Cover

Linux (2016), Windows (2016), Macintosh (2016), iPhone (2016), Android (2016) and iPad (2016)

Canvas 3: Tanshoku no Pastel PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2009)

You made a promise with your father that if you don't manage to get the first prize at the art...

Canvas: Sepiairo no Motif Dreamcast Front Cover Also a manual

Dreamcast (2001)

Sepiairo no Motif (セピア色のモチーフ) is the first in the Canvas game series, originally released for PC (Windows) as an adult...

Browser (2016)

Can You Escape from Hell? is a text-based adventure game made for the satire website ClickHole. The title describes the...

Can You See What I See?: Curfuffle's Collectibles Windows Front Cover

Windows (2008)

Can You See What I See? is an adaptation of a book by the photographer Walter Wick, about a toy...

Browser (2016)

Can You Survive a Night on the Town with the Rat Pack? is a text-based adventure game made for the...

Browser (2016)

Can You Survive Seeing 'Grease' on Broadway? is a text-based adventure game made for the satire website ClickHole. The title...

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