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Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin, The screenshotLegend of the Prophet and the Assassin, The 2000
The assassin, Tancrede de Nerac, is a former Knight Templar who decides to seek out the legendary city of Jebus in Syria after years of attempting to establish a domain for himself in the disintegrating Crusader kingdoms of the Holy Land in the 13th century. Jebus was founded by the...


Legend of the Sword screenshotLegend of the Sword 1987
The evil sorcerer Suzar and his army of mutated humanoids attacked the land of Anar and defeated its bravest warriors in a bloody battle. You were the only one who was able to escape. You were picked up by a royal merchant ship and brought to the king Darius. The...


LEGO Creator: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets screenshotLEGO Creator: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 2002
Similar to the movie sequel, LEGO Creator: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets follows the first of the fledgling magician's LEGO games by roughly one year, offering kids a title more closely associated with the movie than the previous, generically named LEGO Creator: Harry Potter. Game elements are associated...


Leisure Suit Larry 1: In the Land of the Lounge Lizards screenshotLeisure Suit Larry 1: In the Land of the Lounge Lizards 1987
Lascivious Larry Laffer begins his trek through the annals of computer history with the release of Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards, created by Mark Crowe (of Space Quest fame), humorist Al Lowe, and designed by Chuck Benton. Larry's main objectives in the parser-driven adventure are...


Leisure Suit Larry 1: Land of the Lounge Lizards VGA screenshotLeisure Suit Larry 1: Land of the Lounge Lizards VGA 1991
The 1987 parser-driven adventure Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards gets a welcome facelift in this VGA remake. Reprogramming of the game features substitution of the old "type-'til-you-bleed" (quoting creator Al Lowe) gameplay method with a point-and-click interface developed by Sierra. Complete new backgrounds and animation...


Leisure Suit Larry 2 Point and Click screenshotLeisure Suit Larry 2 Point and Click 2004
Leisure Suit Larry 2 Point and Click is a great fanmade "re-release" of Al Lowe's popular classic game.Basically it is the same game with one critical difference: the text parser has been replaced with a mouse-based point-and-click interface similar to later Larry games. This is done by converting the game...


Leisure Suit Larry 2: Goes Looking for Love (In Several Wrong Places) screenshotLeisure Suit Larry 2: Goes Looking for Love (In Several Wrong Places) 1988
Following on the heels of the unexpected surprise hit Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards, Al Lowe strikes again with Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking for Love! (In Several Wrong Places). Still utilizing the parser-driven interface of the original game, Looking for Love ships on six...


Leisure Suit Larry 3: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals screenshotLeisure Suit Larry 3: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals 1989
The third chapter of Larry Laffer's saga gets a number in the title and a new hero, heroine actually, to play. His search rewarded with wedded bliss at the end of chapter two, Larry loses his love at the beginning of Leisure Suit Larry 3: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of...


Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover Work screenshotLeisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover Work 1991
The first game of the series to use the Sierra point-and-click interface in lieu of the parser-driven method, Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover Work again has you controlling both Larry and Patti, each with separate storylines. The points-for-task are scaled back to a mere 1,000,...


Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out screenshotLeisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out 1993
Larry Laffer is back in this installment of the popular Leisure Suit Larry series. In this episode, Larry goes on a television show called "Stallions" and 'wins' a free stay at the La Costa Lotta hotel and resort. Once he's found his room, the object is to help Larry to...


Leisure Suit Larry 7: Love for Sail! screenshotLeisure Suit Larry 7: Love for Sail! 1996
The Leisure Suit Larry series has produced some of the more crude, offensive, and also humorous games. Depending on your sense of humor, Leisure Suit Larry: Love for Sail will provide you with enough out-loud belly laughs to rival a Def Jam comedy show. The objective of the game is...


Les Manley 2: Lost in L.A. screenshotLes Manley 2: Lost in L.A. 1991
In the sequel to Les Manley In: Search for the King, Les is searching for Helmut the Human Bean. Les' best friend from the first game, Human Bean has been kidnapped from his mansion in L.A. Unlike the first game in the series, this game is a "point and click"...


Les Manley in Search for the King screenshotLes Manley in Search for the King 1990
This is a classic text-parser-with-moving-onscreen-actors adventure game from the early 90's. In this game you are a tech specalist for a company. (Basically Les is the poster child for nerds all over the US.) Your goal is to win the Search for Elvis contest and win the heart of the...


Lifestream screenshotLifestream 2004
Have you ever wished that you could change your life in a dramatic fashion? Not just a better-paying job or painting the kitchen a brighter color, but truly live your heart's desire? Be careful what you wish for, because it might come true ... Father Randolph Holton, a local parish priest,...


Lighthouse: The Dark Being screenshotLighthouse: The Dark Being 1996
Lighthouse: The Dark Being is a gorgeous excursion into a bizarre, parallel universe filled with exquisitely rendered landscapes, structures, inventions and exotic supernatural alien technology. All of these wonderful qualities mesh with beautifully designed video sequences throughout the adventure and create a surreal, breathtaking world of exploration and survival. Unfortunately, the...


Lights Out screenshotLights Out 2004
A quiet, Cornish harbor town called Trewarthan is the setting in this sequel to Dark Fall: The Journal. Players take the role of Parker, a young and talented cartographer. He's been sent to map the deadly rock formations around the bay of Trewarthan, which have claimed many a fisherman's life...


Litil Divil Deluxe screenshotLitil Divil Deluxe 1993
Very nice action/adventure game for kids, as much as for the adult-kids. You are, as a game's name says, a little devil, in a real sense of word. The playing is either from the back view as you go wandering the tunnels and castles, or like an ordinary 2D adventure...


Little Big Adventure screenshotLittle Big Adventure 1994
Imagine the indignity of being confined to a hospital because of your dreams. That's exactly what the evil Dr. Funfrock has done to Twinsen, the reluctant hero of this graphic adventure. Through dreams brought on by the Goddess Sendell, Twinsen has seen that the task of restoring peace and harmony...


Little Big Adventure 2 (a.k.a. Twinsen's Odyssey) screenshotLittle Big Adventure 2 (a.k.a. Twinsen's Odyssey) 1997
Twinsen's Odyssey is the second game in the 'Little Big Adventure' series that came on the scene a couple of years ago under the name 'Relentless'. Our favorite hero, Twinsen is back again and in wonderful form. In Relentless, Twinsen saved the population of his home planet, Twinsun. Apparently enough...


Little Red Riding Hood screenshotLittle Red Riding Hood 1991
Based on Charles Perrault's tale, the game is an interactive book for kids and another part in the Once Upon A Time series. The player can take the role of both Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf. Depending on this choice, the game has different objectives. As Little Red Riding Hood,...


Lone Eagle: Colombian Encounter screenshotLone Eagle: Colombian Encounter 1994
A point and click adventure in the style of the old Sierra games.You begin your adventure when you learn that your friend has been killed by South American pirates. You travel to the area to investigate and then find yourself in trouble with the area pirates. The seafaring setting is more...


Longest Journey, The screenshotLongest Journey, The 2000
The long-standing tradition of adventure gaming on the computer platform has died down over time. While players once flocked to software retailers to gobble up copies of Zork and Mystery House for their Apple II computers, the scene has since shifted considerably with the modern market (late '90s, early 21st...


Loom screenshotLoom 1989
The complexity of Loom is so artfully hidden in the absolute simplicity of play, the urge to dismiss the game as novice level material is overwhelming. It is only when you step back and really take a good look at it that you realize the game's fully developed potential will...


Lord Avalot screenshotLord Avalot 1994
In the year 1179, on a small island off the coast of Wales, Baron Michel de Lustie interrupts the king's game of ha'penny with his daughter, asking for her hand in marriage. The king is annoyed with the interruption and sends him off, but the baron kidnaps the princess and...


Lost Crown of Queen Anne, The screenshotLost Crown of Queen Anne, The 1988
This game, part of the Classic Adventure Series, has the adventuresome player searching for Queen Anne's crown, which was lost in the eighteenth century and last seen in the Arabian desert. Although entirely text-based, the game takes a somewhat visual approach to interactive fiction. The screen is split into several...


Lost Dutchman's Gold screenshotLost Dutchman's Gold 1982
Lost Dutchman's Gold 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: "Lost Dutchman's Gold is a text based adventure game....


Lost Eden screenshotLost Eden 1995
The first thing you notice about Lost Eden is the fluid graphics and incredibly easy to use interface that kicks in right from the beginning. A spinning, tumbling cube takes the place of an arrow pointing cursor most of the time and changes it's movement pattern as you move around...


Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes 1 (a.k.a. Case of the Serrated Scalpel) screenshotLost Files of Sherlock Holmes 1 (a.k.a. Case of the Serrated Scalpel) 1992
The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes - The Case of the Serrated Scalpel is a verb-based point-and-click graphic adventure game. "Come, Watson, come! The game is afoot!" London, 1888. Sherlock Holmes, the world's most famous private investigator, and his faithful companion Dr. Watson, are called to the scene of a gruesome crime:...


Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes 2 (a.k.a. Case of Rose Tattoo) screenshotLost Files of Sherlock Holmes 2 (a.k.a. Case of Rose Tattoo) 1996
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's master sleuth stars in this original mystery that has you investigating the theft of top-secret documents from the Ministry of Defense. Over 50 rendered environments based on Victorian England are included, each rendered in 3D, with full-motion video used to portray the characters you'll encounter. Examine...


Lost in Time screenshotLost in Time 1993
For any science fiction plot to really work, the illusion of belief must be maintained, otherwise the player never buys into the believability of the story. Unfortunately, Lost in Time fails to create that aura of believability, thus leaving the player with a firm realization that he or she is...


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