Top Adventure Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top adventure games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
Its voice might be weaker than Schafer's work but Stacking is one of few games with its own visual identity.
Even if you find yourself irked by the tone, it is impossible to ignore the passion and creativity that went into creating Sworcery.
Thanks to the strength of its stories, its fat pack of content and its irresistible charm, even those initially resistant to the prospect of another three terms at Hogwarts are likely to be won over.
Utterly lovely, although certainly imperfect, Botanicula is a game filled with soul and bursting with imagination. As you click your way to victory, it'll be hard to stop grinning.
This is a trilogy that plays great, looks even better and gels together more seamlessly than any other HD collection I've played to date.
Ron Gilbert's latest might have been on his mind for the last 30 years, but The Cave is a deft combination of old and new, classic and modern.
Rayman Legends isn't perfect, but it's still a cracking game.
Puppeteer is Sony's best pure platformer on the PS3, delivering the kind of tight mechanics and pin-point controls usually only found in games starring plumbers or apes.
Far better than most of Telltale's output, but time will tell if it can be as good as The Walking Dead.
Not the revival of the classic Lucasarts form some would hope, but a great first instalment all the same.