The best adventure games (Part 3)
Released: 2012 | Developed by Telltale Games
Completely redefine the adventure gaming rules, Telltale offered a sense of action and deep emotion to everyone’s beloved comics. It’s best to not investigate the smoke and mirrors too closely, but no adventure has ever driven so many people to consider every decision for what it will speak about them as much as what it could possibly do.
Released: 1997 | Developed by Activision
In fact, most of the Zork series isn’t great enough to be on any best-of list created by Richard Cobbett. But the combination of them make a hilarious game of wit and lateral thinking which is about changing a sign to turn an infinite corridor to become a merely finite one, winning a game of strip rock-paper-scissors by reading the mind, or solving a complex puzzle.
Released: 2016 | Developed by Thekla, Inc
The game is modern successor to Myst, The Witness is more of a puzzle than a classic adventure game, in which every interaction central around simply drawing paths onto screens by connecting a couple of dots. Then comes the puzzles which is as complicated as any other. Little by little, The Witness let you explore and figure out why it exists. If you are fan of puzzle games, check it out.
Tales From The Borderlands
Released: 2014 | Developed by Telltale Games
Tales From The Borderlands is one of Telltale’s best interactive games, which originally looked like the most ridiculous, and funny games of the year. However, as you play along, you will enjoy it for its cinematic craziness, its occasional generosity which letting you into no ordinary adventure or something of the standard for adventures by any stretch. However, the wit, and the soundtrack pull it off to create a amazing style