Interactive Fiction with Graphics [DEPRECATED]

Description

Same mechanics as Interactive Fiction, with modifications for graphics made to the input and output interface. Output can include graphics, which can either be turned off (Transylvania, Tau Ceti, etc.) or are mandatory (Sierra "Quest" and Lucasarts "SCUMM" games). Input is still text-based requiring verb-noun input, but the method of selection does not have to rely on the keyboard (meaning, you can pick from a visual list of verbs and nouns, like Lucasarts adventures).

To remain in the Interaction Fiction with Graphics subgenre, verb-noun input using text labels must be maintained. If the verbs (actions) and nouns (items) are replaced by icons or pictures, or accepts verb-only or noun-only input, it no longer qualfies as Interactive Fiction.
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Subsunk Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1985), ZX Spectrum (1985) and Amstrad CPC (1985)

Subsunk is a text adventure with graphics that was developed using the QUILL game development tool.The player takes the role...

Windows (1999)

The SUDS text adventure creator/player package comes with a demo tutorial game, Cave Hunt, and also Roman Adventure II, which...

Super Scribblenauts Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2010)

Super Scribblenauts is the sequel to Scribblenauts, a puzzle game for the DS consisting of spawning any object from a...

Super Spy ZX Spectrum Front Cover

ZX Spectrum (1982) and Dragon 32/64 (1983)

In Super Spy a jet fighter carrying a nuclear warhead has disappeared under mysterious circumstances while out on a training...

Suspicious Cargo Atari ST Front Cover

Amiga (1991) and Atari ST (1992)

In the future, humanity suffers from a deadly virus. The only antidote functions like a drug and big corporations exploit...

Swiss Family Robinson Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1984) and Apple II (1984)

Swiss Family Robinson is a computer game based on the 1812 novel by Johann David Wyss. Players take the role...

Browser (2012)

Tales of Fallen London: The Silver Tree is a standalone prequel to Fallen London (previously known as Echo Bazaar.) The...

Amiga (1989) and Atari ST (1988)

Talespin is an adventure game creation system made by Mark Heaton and his family (wife and their five children), which...

Talisman: Challenging the Sands of Time DOS Front Cover

DOS (1987)

In Talisman, an evil and powerful genie is destroying the Persian Empire. When the game starts, you are in prison...

Amiga (1992)

Long ago, two opposing valleys joined forces to defeat a band of Orcs threatening each individual valley. Before the final...

Tass Times in Tonetown PC Booter Front Cover

PC Booter (1986), Amiga (1986), Atari ST (1986), Commodore 64 (1986), Apple II (1986), Apple IIgs (1986) and Macintosh (1986)

Your grandfather has invented a device which makes real everything he can see in his dream. All the strange places...

Tears of Betrayal Windows Front Cover

Windows (2005)

A tragic accident separates James from his wife Roxanne on the day before their 5th anniversary. Roxanne gets hit by...

Temple of Terror ZX Spectrum Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1987) and ZX Spectrum (1987)

You are a solitary adventurer, chosen by the sage Yaztromo to save the land of Allansia from Malbordus, the sinister...

Ten Little Indians Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1984), Atari 8-bit (1983), ZX Spectrum (1984), Dragon 32/64 (1983), Browser (2001), BBC Micro (1983), Electron (1983), Oric (1983) and Commodore 16, Plus/4 (1985)

Number 10 in the Mysterious Adventures series of interactive fiction is inspired by the Agatha Christie book "And Then There...

MSX (1987) and PC-88 (1985)

One of the first adult games with a recognizable anime style, Tenshitachi no Gogo is an adventure game set in...

MSX (1988), PC-88 (1987) and PC-98 (1987)

The sequel to Tenshitachi no Gogo "switches sides"; instead of playing as the obnoxious male protagonist of the previous game,...

Terrormolinos Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1985), ZX Spectrum (1985), Amstrad CPC (1985), BBC Micro (1986) and Electron (1986)

As with most Melbourne House adventures, Terrormolinos has a real-world setting. You play a family man taking his wife and...

Terrors 2 WonderSwan Color Front Cover

WonderSwan Color (2000)

Terrors 2 is a interactive text-based story with accompanying images that feature the following Japanese pop stars: Risa Goto, Kaori...

PC-88 (1982) and FM-7 (1983)

Commonly considered the first Japanese-made game with role-playing elements, Dragon and Princess involves a quest of a party of adventurers...

Commodore 64 (1984) and Commodore 16, Plus/4 (1984)

The world is on the verge of World War III when M.A.S.T.A., a giant defense computer belonging to NORAD, has...

Linux (2002) and Windows (2002)

A small treasure-hunt (of just four items) designed for play by small children, this streamlined point-and-click graphical adventure game adaptation...

Commodore 64 (1984) and ZX Spectrum (1984)

The Thompson Twins were a popular 80's music pop trio who took their name from the Tin Tin comic book....

Time and Magik: The Trilogy Atari ST Front Cover

DOS (1988), Amiga (1988), Atari ST (1988), Commodore 64 (1988), Atari 8-bit (1988), ZX Spectrum (1988), MSX (1988), Amstrad CPC (1988), Macintosh (1988), BBC Micro (1988) and Amstrad PCW (1988)

In a similar manner to Jewels of Darkness, this collection brings together three interlinked Level 9 adventures:Lords of TimeRed MoonThe...

Timequest DOS Front Cover

DOS (1991)

By the year 2090 AD, the usage of time machines (also known as "interkrons") became restricted. Temporal Corps strictly forbade...

Time Zone Apple II Front Cover

Apple II (1982), PC-88 (1985), PC-98 (1985) and FM-7 (1985)

Someone has chosen you to secure the Earth's future by destroying the evil ruler of the planet Neburon. He offers...

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