Top 10 Adventure Games

Top 10 Adventure Games

If you like it a bit quieter while gambling, but you still do not want to do without intense, emotional or offbeat adventures, you can resort to adventure games. Here are the Top 10 Adventure Games at a glance.

Deponia Doomsday

Deponia Doomsday

Developer: Daedalic Entertainment
Release year: 2016
Platform: PC

German development studio Daedalic has made a name for itself with the Deponia series, among others. In it you play Rufus, a pretty weird guy who lives on the planet Deponia. That does not mean that in vain, because this is where the garbage of the elitist cloud city of Elysium is being dumped, while the social underclass must get along between all the scrap. In the fourth installment, Deponia Doomsday, Rufus must save both worlds from destruction – and regain his fat friend Toni. But you solve many funny, sometimes completely crazy puzzles and experienced absolutely crazy time travel criss-cross through the previous serial parts.

the Walking Dead

the Walking Dead

Developer: Telltale Games

Release year: 2012

Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360

The zombie apocalypse is here! You experience the rotten meat invasion from the perspective of Lee, a convict who broke out of jail. He meets the little girl Clementine, whom he takes care of. Small puzzles and hard decisions are part of the adventure.

The Walking Dead: Season 2

The Walking Dead: Season 2

Developer: Telltale Games

Release year: 2014

Platform: PC, Playstation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360

You control the little girl Clementine. From the childish perspective and because the girl is largely on her own, the feeling of zombie threat is even more insistent. You meet old acquaintances from the first season, you have to get to know the people around you really well and of course tries to survive evil encounters with zombies.

Life is Strange

Life is Strange

Developer: Dontnod Entertainment

Release year: 2015

Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360

Often falsely referred to as a teeny-soap, this adventure is one of the best emotional roller coaster rides the genre has to offer. You play a week in the life of the student Maxine Caulfield, who suddenly discovers that she can manipulate time. But it also triggers strange events, and in the dramatically escalating story, you often have to face tough choices. Life is Strange touched by great characters, a very poignant story and very thoughtful – a game you will not soon forget.

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Terraria

Terraria

Developer: Re-Logic

Year of Publication: 2011

Platform: PC, Playstation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360

Do you know Minecraft? Of course you know that! Then please introduce yourself to Terraria as Minecraft in 2D. You explore the world, dig for resources, build houses and – here comes the huge difference – beats you with gigantic boss monsters. Collect loot, upgrade your gear, and hit the nearest boss on the beanie. Objects can also be made and so you always swing between monsters or material knock.

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2

Developer: King Art

Release Year: 2015

Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360

The totally wacky fantasy returns – and with him even more and even stale stories. As Nate and his faithful monster “cattle” try to steal a magic lamp. Wilbur has to assert himself as a teacher at the magic school with his students. Princess Ivo is pregnant, but at the same time sure that she had nothing to do with Nate. At least not like that … And then you have to save the world even before the compulsion to be forced. Many witty dialogues loosen up the mystery battle, and the story surprises again and again with sudden turns.

The Wolf Among Us

The Wolf Among Us

Developer: Telltale Games

Release year: 2013

Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360

Also coming from Telltale Games is this adventure in which you play the Sheriff of Fabletown, an enclave in New York City, where fairy-tale characters have retreated. As Sheriff Bigby (aka the evil wolf) you have to solve a murder. In addition, you talk to residents and uncover false positives to get behind the dodgy events in Fabletown. There are always brawls, which are built as a quick-time events – only if you win, you can bring the culprit in the showdown to the track.

Broken Age

Broken Age

Developer: Double Fine Productions

Release year: 2014

Platform: PC, PlayStation 4

The little boy Shay lives on a spaceship controlled by his mother – a female onboard computer! But Shay is bored to death on board. On the other hand, it is quite different for the girl Vella, who must face the real death in the eye: It is to be fed to a nasty monster! The exciting story is garnished with puzzles that you have to solve to get ahead. Can you save Shay and Vella?

Agatha Christie – The ABC Murders

Agatha Christie - The ABC Murders

Developer: Microids

Release year: 2016

Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

The world-famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot is looking for a serial killer in this classic point-and-click adventure. Typical detective work awaits you by gathering evidence, talking to suspects and then – hopefully – stepping into the footsteps of the great detective and convicting the culprit.

Minecraft: Story Mode

Minecraft: Story Mode

Developer: Telltale Games

Release year: 2015

Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360

Simply building with blocks without a specified goal is not for everyone. This adventure brings a complete story in the iconic Minecraft look. You have to explore the world with your main character, collect resources and items, win a building competition and destroy a monster. Great adventure adaptation of the indie world success!

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