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Calsoon 2 screenshotCalsoon 2 2002
Calsoon 2 is a funnier, bigger, and better sequel to Calsoon, GASPOP's entertaining but very short fanmade point-and-click adventure. As in the first game, poor Tork (a man with an unconventional hobby of collecting underwear) is once again sucked into an alternate reality through his wardrobe (perhaps the same one...


Cameron Files, The: Pharaoh's Curse screenshotCameron Files, The: Pharaoh's Curse 2002
Having solved the Secret at Loch Ness earlier this year, private investigator Alan P. Cameron takes on his next adventure as he looks into the kidnapping of an Egyptian archaeologist and the mystery of a missing mummy. The sleuth from Chicago encounters a cast of intriguing people including a clairvoyant,...


Cameron Files, The: Secret at Loch Ness screenshotCameron Files, The: Secret at Loch Ness 2002
A point-and-click adventure, The Cameron Files: Secret at Loch Ness takes place in Scotland during the early 1930s. You take on the role of the Chicago based private detective Alan Parker Cameron, who is hired by Lord Alister Mac Farley to investigate strange events occurring around Devil's Ridge Manor. Upon...


Cap'n Magneto screenshotCap'n Magneto 1986
Definitely among the best black and white shareware game ever made for the Macintosh, Cap'n Magneto is a fun adventure/RPG hybrid by Al Evans. You play Lance Magneto, an intergalactic ranger who is tasked with investigating the disappearance of several commercial vessels that orbit Rigel IV. Despite this rather cliched...


Captain Blood screenshotCaptain Blood 1988
You play a computer game programmer (Captain Blood) who finds himself trapped in one of his own computer games. Worse yet, you've been cloned. Each of your five clones has made off with a quantity of your bodily fluids and is hiding out on a planet somewhere in the galaxy....


Case of the Cautious Condor, The screenshotCase of the Cautious Condor, The 1992
It's the summer of 1937 and the dark clouds of war loom on the distant horizon. The enigmatic industrialist, Bronson Bernard has invited a select group of guests for the historic maiden launch of his latest triumph--the magnificent flying boat Condor. As the posh party progresses, the guests have yet...


Castle Adventure screenshotCastle Adventure 1984
This game is like a cross between a Kroz game and a text adventure -- the player moves through a castle using the arrow keys, picking up equipment and battling monsters in real-time along the way; however, at any time, it is also possible to type simple commands into the...


Castle Elsinore screenshotCastle Elsinore 1992
In a free literary adaptation of Shakespeare's Hamlet, this game offers the opportunity to explore the namesake castle from the play to collect as much treasure as possible and deposit it at the town hall of the nearby village. As with the other Temple Software games, this is a simple text...


Castle Ralf screenshotCastle Ralf 1987
Castle Ralf is a shareware interactive fiction first released in 1987. The background story: While driving out on holiday, you get lost in the middle of nowhere, when suddenly your tire has a puncture. Remembering a driveway just before the tire blew, you return to it, and guess where it leads?...


Caverns of Chaos screenshotCaverns of Chaos 1992
The backstory is nearly as long as the game is: an executive summary might tell you The shapeshifting troll Landloris has abducted the noble King and Queen of the mid-Atlantic island of Pandaris, returning with them to his enchanted catacomb domain on Manhatas, island of Chaos. Ten of Pandaris' best warriors...


Celtica screenshotCeltica 1998
Celtica is a first-person point-and-click adventure with a supernatural Irish setting, similar in style to Broderbund's multimedia masterpiece Myst. Players traverse a fantastical Emerald Isle to seek out and solve two dozen main puzzles. The game begins with an ancient Celtic tale of Otherworld gods, who visited long ago...


Chamber of the Sci-Mutant Priestess screenshotChamber of the Sci-Mutant Priestess 1989
Set in a post-apocalyptic world, Chamber Of The Sci-Mutant Priestess casts you as Raven, a young "Tuner" (psionic mutant), working for the Tuner Netwerk. One day, while out on assignment with his friend Sci Fi, he witnesses the massacre of a "Normal" village, by a group of Protozorqs (physical mutants)....


Chaos: A Fantasy Adventure Game screenshotChaos: A Fantasy Adventure Game 1996
What do the weather, the stock market, leaves, sea coasts and the nervous system all have in common? (Besides all being things which conspire against yours truly.) Give up? Each of these has been studied in an attempt to define and understand the relatively new branch of mathematics/physics known as...


Chesterland Adventure screenshotChesterland Adventure 1995
This is clearly a game written as an exercise, the author explicitly stating he used it to learn to program in Borland C, but unlike most such "hello, world" prototypes (ostensibly the first in a series of "RoachCrunch" exercise-games, but the only one ever seen), it remains nonetheless a complete...


Chewy: ESC from F5 screenshotChewy: ESC from F5 1997
Somewhat reminiscent of Day of the Tentacle, Chewy is a German offering from Carsten Wieland, the man behind such titles as Bazooka Sue and the Lula games. Released in Germany by PlayByte in 1997, the original English version of Chewy Esc from F5 is on the short list of every...


Child Murderer, The screenshotChild Murderer, The 1996
The Child Murderer is a shareware text and graphics adventure game designed for the beginning level player. The player takes the role of Charles Browning, personal servant to Robert Harris a rich businessman living in Victorian London. You are blamed for a murder you did not commit, and must both...


Chimaera screenshotChimaera 2002
Chimaera is a fun text adventure that accomplishes a feat that very few - if any - adventure games can claim: offers a coherent and complete adventure with infinite replayability. Think of treasure-hunting adventures like Zork or Colossal Cave that you can play again and again with random geography but...


Chronicles of the Sword screenshotChronicles of the Sword 1996
Chronicles of the Sword seemed like a fairly decent game at first. Based on writings by William Shakespeare, you play as Sir Gawain and go around trying to stop the powers of evil from obliterating the kingdom of Camelot. Sounds fun enough. Add to that all kinds of rendered medieval...


Chronomaster screenshotChronomaster 1995
In this graphic adventure written by science-fiction authors Roger Zelazny and Jane Lindskold, you are Rene Korda, a scientist and designer of "Pocket Universes," man made worlds where virtually anything can happen, and does. After recieving a call from a governing agency, you are enlisted to catch a criminal who...


CIA screenshotCIA 1982
CIA is a below-average BASICA game distributed only among IPCO members. Due to limitations of the BASIC language and early 1980 hardware, the game amounts to little more than a quirky piece of PC nostalgia. From the MobyGames description: "CIA is a text based adventure game. You work for the...


Circuit's Edge screenshotCircuit's Edge 1990
Playing Circuit's Edge is like riding a roller coaster. You'll find a lot of things to like but plenty to dislike as well. In the end, though, the game is an enjoyable experience. Chances are that, at the beginning, you'll be happy with the game's graphics as the windows are nicely...


Cirque de Zale screenshotCirque de Zale 2004
The fact that this very funny game was created by a woman is surprising enough, and the fact that it was created by a free games engine makes it even more interesting - well, to me, anyway, as I've always wanted to produce an adventure game. (This engine is available...


City of Lost Children, The screenshotCity of Lost Children, The 1997
You play Miette, a character from the movie of the same name. The graphics are the style of 3d characters over rendered backgrounds. You travel through the streets at the whim of Pieuvre, the siamese twins who are your schoolmistresses. You do small robberies for them, but soon a larger...


Clandestiny screenshotClandestiny 1996
In this animated tale of ghosts and family redemption set in Scotland, you control the actions and exploits of Andrew MacPhiles as he takes possession of an inherited castle -- an isolated, dark, dank and creepy place filled with 12 spirits from the long and cowardly line of his ancestors....


Clue!, The (a.k.a. Der Clou!) screenshotClue!, The (a.k.a. Der Clou!) 1994
You play Matt Stuvysant, a man of Polish descent and criminal persuasion. You arrive in London with nothing but the clothes on your back and a desire to become the greatest criminal mind this century. Once getting a room and meeting some accomplices, you must begin your career. Starting with...


Codename: Iceman screenshotCodename: Iceman 1989
Written by Jim Walls, Codename: ICEMAN was to be the first game in a new adventure game series by Sierra. A sequel was never released, although it was mentioned in Sierra's news magazine. You control Navy officer Johnny Westland, as he takes on a secret mission dealing with the oil...


Commander Blood screenshotCommander Blood 1994
From the makers of "Dragon Lore" and "Megarace" comes a space adventure called "Commander Blood". It is not an adventure game like the "Space Quest" series, for example, which features a control panel containing the common icons such as talk, get, look, etc... But instead, the game is more closely...


Complete Kroz Series, The (a.k.a. Kingdom of Kroz) screenshotComplete Kroz Series, The (a.k.a. Kingdom of Kroz) 1988
A text-mode action/puzzle game. You have to get to the exit on each level, which is made more difficult by obstacles such as trees (which can be destroyed) and monsters. Various puzzles (in the form of one-off objects) are also used. ...


Computer Novel Construction Set screenshotComputer Novel Construction Set 1985
Arguably the world's first commercial text adventure authoring program for IBM PC, Hayden's Computer Novel Construction Set is a surprisingly versatile program that lets non-programmers create stand-alone text adventures in the Infocom tradition, complete with storyline and inventory-based puzzles. CNCS uses a series of DOS-based menus and pop-up windows for...


Conquests of Camelot screenshotConquests of Camelot 1990
Conquests of Camelot: The Search for the Grail is the story of King Arthur and his quest for the cup used by Jesus Christ. Gamers will navigate their group of knights through a variety of environments including Britainnia, Gaza, and Jerusalem as they interact with such characters as the Black...


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