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#1 Pilgrims

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Pilgrims is an Adventure, Hand-drawn, and Single-player Puzzle video game created by Amanita Design. The game introduces you to playful adventure gameplay, where it brings a massive environment to explore and challenging tasks to complete. It puts you in the role of the protagonist, who roams the environment to please and make new buddies, share laughs with fellow travelers, and help them accomplish their goals and storylines.

There are different solutions available to a specific problem, and the game includes the replayability feature. The game increases the difficulty level as the player learns the basics and completes a few challenging puzzles. All scenarios are beautifully hand-crafted and full of countless humorous and unexpected outcomes.

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#2 Space Quest

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Space Quest brings six sci-fi Adventure video games released for multiple platforms between the ‘80s and ’90s. Each game’s storyline revolves around the epic adventures, known as Roger Wilco, who campaigns through the massive galaxy for justice, truth, and to clean floors from enemies. After crash-landing, the player finds himself in a dry wasteland of the planet, known as Kerona, where he gets hunted by a spider-droid dispatched by the Sariens.

During the game, the player has to make his way through the dry land to caves and be greeted by a disembodied head. Next to that, the player is tasked with defeating all vicious monsters in exchange for transportation. There are different playable levels available, and the game brings each one to a new environment and setting to explore. The difficulty level increases as the player reach high stages where enemies are powerful, and monsters are unbeatable. Space Quest includes prominent features, superb mechanics, and good visuals that are enough to keep players engaged for endless hours of fun.

#3 Primordia

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Primordia is an Adventure and Single-player video game developed by Wormwood Studios and published by Wadjet Eye Games. It takes place in the post-apocalyptic themed world.

The story follows an android named Horatio Nullbit and his robot champion named Crispin, struggling to rebuild an airship stranded in a massive desert. According to the plot, one night, a square-like bot threatens the ship, defeats Horatio using its laser, and steals the power core of the airship.

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#4 Hector: Badge of Carnage

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Hector: Badge of Carnage is a Graphic Adventure and Single-player video game developed by Straandlooper and published by Telltale Games for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. It contains five exciting chapters, and each introducing graphic adventure gameplay focused on the adventures of Hector, a detective inspector.

In the first episode, the player controls a character, an overweight, alcoholic, and crude cop who needs to join the duty to confront a terrorist who has taken hostages in a vast building. As the story advances, the player gets free and reaches on the scene to start the negotiation with the terrorist.

#5 Runaway: A Twist of Fate

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Runaway: A Twist of Fate is a Graphic Adventure and Single-player video game developed by Pendulo Studios and published by Focus Home Interactive. The game uses the point-and-click interface and puts the player in the role of the protagonist, who needs to complete a series of challenging puzzles.

It serves as the sequel to Runaway 2: The Dream of The Turtle, acting as the third and final chapter. Similar to the previous installments, all versions of the game were the first available to buy. At the start of the story, people are celebrating the funeral of Brian.

#6 The Book of Unwritten Tales

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The Book of Unwritten Tales is an Adventure, Point-and-Click, and Single-player video game developed by King Art Games and published by The Adventure Company. It offers exciting gameplay contains a series of levels, each having a set of objectives to complete.

The game challenges you with a variety of brain teasers and puzzles offered as a traditional point-and-click adventure game. All levels are embedded in a story that requires over 20 hours to complete. More than sixty locations are available to explore, and you will discover up to forty NPCs to interact and about 250 intractable items.

#7 Maniac Mansion

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Maniac Mansion is a Graphic Adventure, Puzzle, Point, and Click and Single-player video game created and published by Lucasfilm Games. The player takes over the role of a protagonist named Dave Miller as he attempts to rescue his beloved girlfriend from a mad scientist whose mind has been enslaved by a sentient meteor. It offers a simple point-and-click interface to guide the players and his six playable friends through the scientist mansion while solving the series of puzzles.

The game offers non-linear gameplay. The player must complete his task in multiple ways. When a character dies, the player must choose a replacement mansion’s hostile inhabitants and throw the player characters into the dungeon or in the same situations to kill them. There are five different endings available in the games based on which the player can choose. Maniac Mansion features an excellent game setting, a well-written storyline, and smooth controls.

#8 Broken Sword

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Broken Sword is an Adventure and Point-and-Click video game series created and published by Revolution Software. The series offers five exciting games such as Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars, Broken Sword II, The Smoking Mirror, Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon, and more.

Each game in the series offers a different storyline with challenging gameplay and a set of levels to complete. In the series, the player can take on the role of a protagonist named George Stobbart, an American patent lawyer who starts his epic adventure to solve a number of mysteries to progress.

#9 A Vampyre Story

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A Vampyre Story was developed by Autumn Moon Entertainment and published by The Adventure Company. It is an Adventure, Puzzle, Point and Click, Puzzle, and Single-player video game. The game takes place in Europe in the 1890s, and the story of the game revolves around the female character who is an opera singer and turned into a vampire. The game allows the player to take the role of a vampire female character and start her journey to go back to her home to search for fame and normality.

Just like other graphic-adventure games, it also uses point and clicks interface. The game offers a third-person and allows the player to freely move in the game world and complete various tasks to progress. At the beginning of the game, it allows the player to learn about the abilities of vampires that will help her during the gameplay. The game looks easy, but with the game’s progress, the player can face powerful enemies or another challenge that makes the game more exciting. A Vampyre Story features a detailed game world, fantastic game mechanics, simple controls, and stunning graphics details.