The Most Unique Point-and-Click Adventure Games Online
Some of the best free adventure games on the Internet attract players for their unique plots and breathtaking visuals. Top mystery games like Morningstar and The Fog Fall have charmed online gamers with their graphics, sound and an interesting storyline.
Morningstar is an adventure game with a "survivor horror" theme. You, as Powell, are the only survivor of a spaceship, which crash-lands on an unknown planet. The objective is simple: to listen to your captain via radio communication and find a way out of the spaceship. Morningstar is played from the first person view. With a point-and-click interface, you can easily pick up an item, which shows up at the bottom of the screen, in the inventory section. You can save your progress and make other adjustments through the in-game Menu button in the upper right corner of the screen. While there are many inventory items, players need not be confused as the game explains what each item is used for. Whenever you mouse-over an item, a text pops up with a brief description. You can communicate with your captain by pressing the Radio button. The puzzles are not too difficult and can be solved with a little common sense. Developed by Red Herring Games, Morningstar is one of the best free online point-and-click adventure games on the internet.
Rougoku is an online point-and-click adventure game developed by Bianco Bianco. It is one of the best realistic room escape games ever developed. You are not greeted with any usual flashy storylines or backgrounds, just an old door standing as an obstacle between you and freedom. There are also some good puzzles, which are challenging but not frustratingly difficult. The room is filled with secrets and many different items, which a player has to collect and utilize to escape the room. Graphics in Rougoku are quite appealing. The room, door and every item is rendered beautifully. You can navigate the room easily with the help of your mouse. The game’s ending will leave you dazed for a few minutes.
The Fog Fall Series
With an eerie atmosphere and a great theme, The Fog Fall revolves around the Cuban Missile Crisis gone awry. You play as an unknown survivor of a nuclear holocaust, who lives in a strange bunker-like house. One day, your character wakes up and finds the house surrounded by a mysterious fog and an eerie adventure begins.
Fog Fall has a very creepy environment with many machine and code-based puzzles. It displays some of the best pencil artworks and has good ambient sounds. The game is frighteningly entertaining and creepy. The series is created by the renowned Mateusz Skutnik, creator of the Submachine series, Daymare town and Covert Front.
The second game of the Fog Fall series takes you to a strange place populated with soldiers, strange mutants and a few damaged vehicles. After escaping the shelter, you get trapped in an apocalyptic war zone. The game has some of the best inventory-based puzzles. Items acquired are collected and stored at the bottom of the screen. You just have to click an item to use and combine it with the items of your inventory.
Fog Fall 2 has a few quests, but provides a satisfying point-and-click adventure gaming experience. The graphic novel approach and the eerie ambient sound effects fit the scenario perfectly. The game is one of the visually impressive free online adventure games ever produced by any independent game developer.
Hotel Escape 2
Hotel Escape 2 is a free online room escape game that tests your sleuthing skills. You will have to to search for items and use them to escape from a posh hotel room. Using your mouse, you can navigate and obtain items easily. Pressing the space bar will open the inventory and you can use any item collected. The game's inventory-based puzzles are a bit difficult, so there's a lot of trial-and-error involved in solving any puzzle.
The Trapped series of games are short, but interesting titles. In the first, second and third game of the series, players have to solve puzzles, collect and combine items to escape the room. Every game has a nice intro, which can be skipped if you hate in-game cinematic.
The puzzles are odd and require your logic to get solved. Although the interface is based on mouse-clicks, you can use keyboard shortcuts to use an item.
The game is played on a first-person perspective, but the overall size of the game is very tiny. Don’t worry, there’s no complex pixel-hunting. You will have to explore every part of the locked room and collect objects. The first game is impressive, so are the second two games: Pursuit and Escape.