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Top 10 Crowdfunded Adventure Games You Can Play Right Now

Serena Nelson writes: "And it was hard to narrow it down to just these and quite a few that didn't make it only missed it by a hair. For one reason or another, these ten have a certain something that makes it stand out amongst the crowd. In order to be considered the adventure game had to be fully released. This means that if it's an episodic game every episode needs to be playable."

MrDead3178d ago

I'm so happy this genre is seeing resurgence, my best gaming experiences have come from point click adventures, Monkey Islands, Goblins, Beneath a Steel Sky, Flight of the Amazon Queen, Fate of Atlantis, etc….. I loved playing through Grim Fandango again and we also have the remaster of Day of the Tentacle to look forward to.

Judging from the titles this article lists it seems I have some catching up to do as I've only played Broken Sword 5 and Broken Age.

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Quest for Infamy review - ChristCenteredGamer

CCG writes - "Quest for Infamy begins with Rohem seducing a baron’s daughter and getting caught in the act. He has to flee for his life and winds up in a small mountain town called Volksville. After getting acquainted with the townspeople and witnessing a public execution, Rohem can settle in and begin his career path by completing various tasks for his mentor."

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Quest For Infamy Review | TheXboxHub

Dave writes: "If you have love for old Sierra adventures, you will likely have the required patience and affection to enjoy Quest For Infamy."

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Quest for Infamy - Review - Games Asylum

Games Asylum: "Ambition is a great driving force. How many people who have achieved truly great things in this world would’ve done so without their ambition? But when asked about my ambitions, I’m always a little coy about the answer."

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