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The Best Point And Click Adventure Games

The classic point and click adventure style has withstood the test of time from when they first appeared in the late 80s with Lucas Arts and Sierra Games. There have been a lot of new editions made specifically for iOS as well as ports from the past. Each one offers an intricate storyline to play your way through as you piece together interactive items from the environment.

Thimbleweed Park

Thimbleweed Park is a hot new release thanks to taking the best of the past and combining it great story telling with modern enhancements.

Classic Point And Click Adventures

Thimbleweed Park takes the best elements of the past, and delivers them anew. There are a number of classically inspired point and click adventure games for iOS. Explore the 2D scene for anything that you can interact with, pick up items, and piece it all together to advance the storyline. These games gracefully merge smaller puzzles, storyline progression, and overarching compelling themes for great gaming experiences.

Rusty Lake: Roots

Rusty Lake: Roots

Rusty Lake

Pick-up-and-play

For those who like crazy storylines and the classic point and click adventure style.

Rusty Lake is a crazy place that has been slowly developed across multiple games. The Roots edition goes back to the 1800s, and lets you play through the family tree of one of the craziest families you will ever encounter. The classic point and click adventure style is sliced up into 33 focused challenges with each one detailing a milestone of a family member across multiple generations. The story offers a macabre chilling entry that is full of intrigue to keep you compelled through great puzzles.

Infamous Machine

Infamous Machine

Blyts

Robin Hood and the tournament

For fans of point and click adventure games, and humor.

The game offers classic point and click adventure style with a ton of puzzle elements. There's modern flair in the use of interconnected puzzle elements within flowing scenes. The game also features an excellent storyline revolving around time travel that is packed with humor.

Samorost 3

Travel the Cosmos With a Magical Flute in Samorost 3

Samorost 3

Discover alien life forms

For anyone who likes point-and-click exploration adventure puzzle games.

A game that lets you guide a space gnome through the galaxy, and use a magical flute to interact with the native creatures of alien worlds. There are nine different planets to journey to in this puzzle adventure game from the makers of Botanicula and Machinarium. Samorost 3 has a similar point and click adventure style as well as design aesthetic, especially in comparison to Botanicula. Samorost 3 emphasizes exploration above all else, as you’re traveling to strange new worlds. The game does a great job of having each individual scene connect to the others, so you may need to pick up something in one area to use in the solution to another area.

Why we love it

The game is beautiful with some of the most realistic environments we've seen in a game. The music and sounds are also top notch, the puzzles are challenging, and it's rather relaxing overall.

The Silent Age

Travel through time in silence

The Silent Age

Time Travel Puzzles

For anyone who likes a stylized point-and-click adventure game

The game offers a relatively familiar point, and click adventure style as you need to search different rooms to gather items that you then need to use to advance. What really changes it up is the time travel inclusion allowing you to flip time to see the same room, but in a different time with new potential items. There’s a whole new layer of puzzle intrigue thanks to having a second time period in the same setting.

Why we love it

Stylized games are always fun and unique, and The Silent Age is no different. The game has flashy visuals but still provides the right amount of challenge in the puzzles. Plus it is fun to travel between two different time periods and see what a future is like where mankind is extinct.

Point And Click Goes 3D

Like Thimbleweed Park, The Witness is another brand new installment that highlights the genre. Point and click adventure games aren't reserved just for the classic 2D style. There are all new 3D experiences built upon the classic point and click mechanics of exploring the environment, picking up inventory items, and figuring out the path forward. Moving from 2D to 3D allows for more immersive worlds to explore, often with tactile interaction in the game world.

Lumino City

Immersive 3-D puzzle adventure

Lumino City

Interact With Handmade Worlds

For those who like interacting with mini worlds filled with interconnected mechanisms.

Lumino City s arguably the best game of the year in 2015. The game is beautiful, the music is outstanding, controls are simple to learn, the puzzles are terrific, and the story is rather captivating and immersive. This is a puzzle adventure that is worth every penny and highly recommended if you are a fan of the genre.

Why we love it

The graphics in Lumino City are stunning. A big reason behind this is the fact that everything that you see in the game was created by hand out of real-world materials. The entire game is based off of a real life model city that the developers created from scratch, and the results have paid off.

The Room Three

Navigate a series of puzzling trials devised by the mysterious Craftsman

The Room Three

Interact With Life Like Boxes

For those that enjoy challenging puzzles presented through immersive 3D design.

The story of The Room continues with trials set by a creepy new nemesis, The Craftsman. As you explore huge areas and tiny ones, the challenges feel increasingly epic, and a better-than-ever hint system ensures that finding solutions is super-rewarding. Can you unravel the secrets of the remote island you've found yourself on?

Why we love it

The Room Three is beautifully crafted with a chilling atmosphere, mind-bending puzzles, and a collection of gorgeous visuals. It will bend your mind as you try to unravel the puzzles behind the island and the mysterious Craftsman. Enjoy the puzzlings trials and keep your wits about you.

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise

Secret agent puzzle action

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise

The House Is Full of Secrets

For those who like classic point and click adventure games, and spy movies.

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise provides challenging puzzles encased in an immersive story. With retro-style imagery and a classic tale of cat and mouse, you must use your secret agent puzzle-solving skills to locate and capture Ruby La Rouge.

Why we love it

For a challenging game full of logic-based puzzles and riddles, Agent A: A puzzle in disguise is an entertaining adventure. The interesting secret agent story, ingenious gadgets and devices, and enjoyable, casual gameplay make this puzzler a winner.