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posted by Jace Taran on - last edited - Viewed by 472 users

I personally consider myself an adventure adict, and I have a bunch of adventures (including some recent aquisititions I haven't gotten around to playing).

What adventures do you own? List your collection here.

Here is my collection:

-MI series (from SOMI to Episode 1 of TOMI)
-Sam and Max series (from LA's HTR to seasons 1 and 2 of TTG's S&M)
-Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
-Day of the Tentacle
-Full Throttle
-The Dig
-Journeyman Project
-Journeyman Project 2: Buried in Time
-Star Trek 25th Annivsersay
-Star Trek Judgment Rites
-Syberia I and II
-Ripley's Believe it or Not: the Riddle of Master Lu
-Spaceship Warlock
-Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Harbinger
-Star Trek Borg (sort of an adventure; one of those FMV games)
-The Deadalus Encounter (another FMV game)
-The Lost Crown
-Ravenhearst
-CSI: Hard Evidence
-Keepsake
-Tunguska
-Nibiru
-Dead Reefs
-Return to Myserious Island
-Dracula:Origin
-The Longest Journey
-Dreamfall
-Sherlock Holmes:Nemesis
-Riddle of the Sphinx
-The Omega Stone (aka Riddle of the Spinx II)
-Agon
-Paradise
-Black Buccaneer
-Physicus
-Broken Sword: the Sleeping Dragon

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  • Well I kind of wish I had more but here's mine.
    All of the Telltale adventure games so far (apart the CSI games)
    Sam & Max Hit the Road
    Journeyman Project 3: Legacy of Time
    Kings Quest Collection
    The AGDI remakes of Kings Quest 1 & 2
    The AGDI remake of Quest for Glory 2
    Gobliiins
    Gobliins 2
    Goblins Quest 3
    The Bizarre Adventures of Woodruff and the Schnibble
    Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition
    (The awful) Pink Panther Hocus Pocus Pink
    (If text only adventure games count) The Hobbit
    All the Ace Attorney games released in the UK so far
    Hotel Dusk: Room 215
    Out of Order (Hungry Software Game)
    And that's all I can remember.

  • The Secret of Monkey Island
    The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition
    Monkey Island 2: Lechuck's Revenge
    Curse of Monkey Island
    Escape From Monkey Island
    Tales of Monkey Island
    Grim Fandango
    Full Throttle
    Bone: Out From Boneville
    Bone: The Great Cow Race
    Pajama Sam: Don't Fear the Dark
    Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat From Your Head to Your Feet
    Pajama Sam: Life is Rough When You Lose Your Stuff
    Freddi Fish: The Kelp Seed Mystery
    Spy Fox: Dry Cereal
    Hollywood Monsters
    Runaway
    Runaway 2: The Dream of the Turtle
    Maniac Mansion
    Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle
    CSI: 3 Dimensions of Murder
    CSI: Hard Evidence
    Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People
    Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars
    Broken Sword: The Director's Cut (different enough that I list it twice)
    Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror
    Broken Sword 3: The Sleeping Dragon
    Secrets of the Ark: A Broken Sword Game
    Simon the Sorcerer
    Simon the Sorcerer II: The Lion, The Wizard and the Wardrobe
    Simon the Sorcerer 3D
    Simon the Sorcerer 4: Chaos Happens
    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
    Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
    Loom
    The Dig
    A Vampyre Story
    Sam and Max Hit the Road
    Sam and Max Save the World
    Sam and Max Beyond Time and Space
    Wallace and Gromit's Grand Adventures
    Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders
    Shivers II: Harvest of Souls
    Phantasmagoria
    Jungle of Doom
    Myst

    I think that's all, if I notice something I missed I'll add it later :)

  • Oh, thanks. You just reminded me that I also have Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon. I bought the Xbox version at a Maverik a year or two ago. Someday I'll have to go back and play the previous Broken Sword games (never have).

  • I just got into adventure games about 6 months ago, so the list isn't huge. To be absolutely honest, a good portion of the games that I am going to mention are freeware.

    -Wallace & Gromit: Grand Adventures (First Episode for 360; Rest for PC)
    -Sam & Max: Save the World (Wii)
    -The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition (Xbox 360)
    -Escape From Monkey Island (PS2)
    -Lights End (Xbox 360)
    -Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure (Wii)
    -Writer's Block (Xbox 360)
    -Clover (Xbox 360)
    -Trace Memory *Just Found out it was one* (Nintendo DS)
    -Shenmue *Some would consider it one...If you count it, then it was most definitely my first & Favorite* (Sega Dreamcast)
    -Shenmue II *Same thing* (Xbox)
    -Ben There Dan That (Freeware)
    -The Apprentice (Freeware)
    -The Apprentice II (Freeware)
    -Spooks (Freeware)
    -The New Adventures of Zak McKracken (Freeware)

  • I'll just list what I've bought:

    Maniac Mansion
    Zak McKracken And The Alien Mindbenders
    Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade
    Loom
    The Secret of Monkey Island
    LeChuck's Revenge: Monkey Island 2
    Indiana Jones And The Fate of Atlantis
    Day of The Tentacle
    Sam & Max Hit The Road
    The Dig
    Full Throttle
    Curse of Monkey Island
    Grim Fandango
    Escape From Monkey Island
    Sam & Max Season 1
    Wallace And Gromit Grand Adventures
    Tales of Monkey Island
    The Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition

    As You can see, everything I have bought are either Lucasfilm/LucasArts or Telltale:)

  • Okay, here goes:

    Wholelotagames

    Does it really matter?

  • In a roughly alphabetical order (except for series, which all start with the first title, with all sequels indented out)...

    Deep Breath

    3 Skulls of the Totecs
    A Vampyre Story
    Ankh: Curse of the Scarab King
    - Ankh: Heart of Osiris
    Art of Murder: FBI Confidential
    - Art of Murder: Hunt for the Puppeteer
    Ben There, Dan That!
    - Time Gentlemen, Please!

    Beneath a Steel Sky
    Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars
    - Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars - Special Edition*
    - Broken Sword: The Smoking Mirror
    - Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon
    - Broken Sword: The Angel of Death
    Ceville
    Chewy: Esc from F5
    Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual
    Day of the Tentacle (and therefore, by extension, Maniac Mansion)
    Everlight: Of Magic and Power
    Evil Days of Luckless John
    Flight of the Amazon Queen
    Full Throttle
    Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers
    - Gabriel Knight: The Beast Within
    - Gabriel Knight: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned
    Grim Fandango
    Hopkins FBI
    Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (via Staff of Kings)*
    Innocent Until Caught
    - Innocent Until Caught: Presumed Guilty
    Jack Keane
    Laura Bow: The Dagger of Amon Ra
    Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards
    - Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking for Love (in Several Wrong Places)
    - Leisure Suit Larry: Passionate Patty in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals
    - Leisure Suit Larry: Passionate Patty Does a Little Undercover Work
    - Leisure Suit Larry: Shape Up or Slip Out!
    - Leisure Suit Larry: Love For Sail!
    - Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude
    Myst
    - realMyst
    Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals
    Pajama Sam: Don't Fear the Dark
    Runaway: A Road Adventure
    - Runaway: Dream of the Turtle
    Sam & Max Hit the Road
    - Sam & Max Save the World
    - Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space
    Sanitarium (does this count?)
    Secret Files: Tunguska*
    - Secret Files: Puritas Cordis*
    Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Serrated Scalpel
    - Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Rose Tattoo
    - Sherlock Holmes: The Silver Earring
    Simon the Sorcerer
    - Simon the Sorcerer: The Lion, The Wizard and the Wardrobe
    - Simon the Sorcerer 3D
    - Simon the Sorcerer: Chaos Happens
    So Blonde
    Spy Fox: Dry Cereal
    Strong Bad's Cool Game 4 Attractive People*
    Syberia
    - Syberia 2
    The Dig
    The Legend of Crystal Valley
    The Longest Journey
    - The Longest Journey: Dreamfall
    The Secret of Monkey Island
    - The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition
    - Monkey Island II: LeChuck's Revenge
    - Curse of Monkey Island
    - Escape From Monkey Island
    - Tales of Monkey Island: Episode One - Launch of the Screaming Narwhal*
    Toonstruck
    Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures
    Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbarosa's Treasure*

    *On Wii

    ...not to mention the various freeware adventures I've downloaded, using made using AGS. Y'know, things like the Ben Jordan and Chzo series. Those sorts of games.

    Also, I'd like to point out to the original poster that Black Buccaneer isn't an adventure - it's an average platform game that tried, and failed, to be the 'pirate Prince of Persia'. I should know, I've finished it three times.

  • @Darth Marsden said: Also, I'd like to point out to the original poster that Black Buccaneer isn't an adventure - it's an average platform game that tried, and failed, to be the 'pirate Prince of Persia'. I should know, I've finished it three times.

    On that note, Ravenhearst is also not an adventure game, just a "find these objects" game.

  • I haven't had a chance to play Black Buccaneer. Never got beyond startup (Vista compatability issues, I think). I put it on the list because it came in an adventure collection (the rest of the titles were adventures).

    And I suppose Ravenhearst isn't a pure adventure, but it certainly has adventure elements. Although, incidentally, that one is having Vista issues as well (I played it once with a friend, but it won't run on my Vista laptop).

  • @Jace Taran said: I haven't had a chance to play Black Buccaneer. Never got beyond startup (Vista compatability issues, I think). I put it on the list because it came in an adventure collection (the rest of the titles were adventures).

    And I suppose Ravenhearst isn't a pure adventure, but it certainly has adventure elements. Although, incidentally, that one is having Vista issues as well (I played it once with a friend, but it won't run on my Vista laptop).

    They're usually referred to as hidden object games. Pretty much all you do is search cluttered rooms for specific objects, so I wouldn't really call it an adventure game. Granted, they usually have some kind of story to them, but they're mostly just casual time-killers.

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