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    The X-Files Game

    Join special agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in The X-Files Game, an live-action adventure from Fox Interactive. This investigation into the shadowy world of The X-Files contains entirely new footage, shot exclusively for this title.
    As agent Craig Willmore, you'll examine evidence, interview witnesses, and interact with familiar X-Files characters, such as Fox Mulder, Dana Scully, Assistant Director Skinner, the Lone Gunmen, X, and other familiar faces from the series. The X-Files Game incorporates VirtualCinema technology, a cutting-edge software engine that allows the player to become the main character in the story. Players are able to respond to and affect other characters' attitudes and behavior, which change as the game progresses, depending on the course of previous events. An intuitive user interface facilitates complete immersion of the player into The X-Files world.
    Developed in close cooperation with Chris Carter, The X-Files series creator, and Ten Thirteen Productions, The X-Files Game features the work of Frank Spotnitz, series writer and co-executive producer; Jon Joffin, director of photography; and Mark Snow, composer.
    Instructions 1)Mount CD 1 using a ISO reaidn software or by right clicking and choose "Mount" (Windows 8 and 10)
    2) Install full game. It will ask you to switch CDs, make sure you eject the one that is already mounted before you mount the next CD.
    3) Wait for the installer to finish.
    4) Install Quick Time. The game requires the Quick Time player to run. There's no way around it.
    5) Enjoy
    If there are any problems with either the installer or the game, try running them in XP compatibility mode. I got this game installed and running on my Windows 10 PC.
     

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    Minecraft Portable

    Note: This is the full version of Minecraft so you still need a Mojang account to login and run the game. Here's a fully working version of Minecraft that can be run from a thumb-drive if you are like me and want to be able to take Minecraft with you anywhere. It works by adding the data folder to the portable folder with the help from a .bat file.
    You can even run resource packs with it and connect to realms. The launcher downloads the latest version of Minecraft so there should be no problem.
    Screenshots are taken using the portable version, playing 1.11.2 on my own realm.
    Install Follow the steps below to install.
    Download the .zip file and unpack it. Rename the folder to anything you want Run the .bat file that is located inside the folder. This will update the .exe file inside the Bin folder and start the launcher Run the bat file every time you want to launch the game. This makes sure that files are saved in the portable folder. There you go. Take MC with you and play it with your settings and resourcepacks from anywhere.
     

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    James Bond: The Stealth Affair

    James Bond: The Stealth Affair is a fun spy adventure that was originally released in Europe as Operation Stealth in Europe without the James Bond license-- a fact that explains why the game's plot doesn't follow any Bond story. That doesn't mean that the original plot here is bad, though. In fact, it is intriguing enough to be a Bond movie material: a top-secret stealth fighter has been stolen from a US base, so it's up to you to track down its location and bring it back. Of course, the fate of the whole world rest on your weary shoulders...
    The Stealth Affair uses a competent interface where you construct sentences from a small list of verbs such as "USE," "TALK," etc., although it is a bit confusing: "USE" and "OPERATE" are used slightly differently although they are synonyms, for example. Puzzles are fun and are neither too hard nor too easy; and since most of them involve using cool spy gadgets such as a passport falsifier, fans of spy novels will have a great time with the game.
    With an interesting plot, fun puzzles, and great graphics (upgraded to VGA in this US release), The Stealth Affair is highly recommended for every adventure gamer. Too bad that James Bond license Interplay paid for didn't seem to help the game's sales... although it becomes an amusing gaffe in the game: James Bond apparently had enough of Q and decided to work for the CIA instead.

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    Star Wars: Yoda Stories

    If you haven't played Star Wars: Yoda Stories or want to try this action video game, download it now for free! Published in 1997 by LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC, Star Wars: Yoda Stories was an above-average sci-fi / futuristic title in its time.

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    Ace Ventura

    Despite featuring some hilarious voice acting and excellent animation, Ace Ventura is ultimately little more than an average adventure game that's disappointingly short and easy. GameSpot has the lowdown on this one: "Dude, pull my finger. Did that make you laugh? Then you're probably going to like Ace Ventura. Borrowing from the Ace Ventura cartoon series, the game features all the same gags, mannerisms, and obnoxiousness from the world's famous pet detective - the kind of stuff that's so stupid, you have no choice but to laugh. And it's the humor that keeps the game afloat. The gameplay you've seen a dozen times before.
    Once again, Ace is on the case, this time traveling the earth looking for a lost creature. Masters of click-and-solve games will be able to finish the entire game in no time flat. In fact, a lot of it is so simple, you'll figure out that the game is partly designed for young children. The objects and scenes have that bright, bulky Fisher Price quality. And if you ever actually get stuck, a special button on Ace's watch delivers audio clues that take out most of the guesswork. There's even a setting that lets parents edit out some of Ace's choice phrases, although even without the parent setting on, Ace's language barely goes beyond third-grade bathroom humor. The various puzzle-filled scenes are sporadically broken up by arcade-lite action. Slightly challenging tasks like swimming through the murky waters of the deep, avoiding trash and oil slicks, and getting in a basic laser fight are a nice way to mix things up. Although Ace Ventura doesn't claim to break new ground, it possesses one nice feature that all developers of endlessly-clicking adventure games should take note of. When you click on an object that you don't need, Ace pipes up with such witty things as "Yeaaaahhhh righht!" and "not enough upper body strength." That alone saves hours out of wandering around, which is usually nothing more than absolutely frustrating.
    All told, it's Ace's lowbrow humor that makes this a fun game to play. As in a lot of adventure games, long, drawn-out stories are told in between each level. But refreshingly, the scenes are actually entertaining - a good thing, since there's no way to skip them. You'll likely cruise through this title with ease, but you'll have plenty of fun getting there." The humor, albeit sophomoric in some places, and hilarious animations make the game well worth the huge download, although expert adventure gamers will find the game disappointingly easy.

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    Myst 4

    There is more live action video in this game than in all of the other Myst games combined. As the game opens, you’ll encounter Atrus, portrayed for the fourth time by Myst co-creator Rand Miller (who said after Riven in 1997, “I will never play Atrus again”). In true adventure game fashion, he needs you to help align sine-wave patterns on a video monitor. Oh no! Something explodes! He asks you to restore power to the area and rushes out leaving you in a state that Myst fans will remember well – alone and surrounded by lots of mysterious gadgetry.
    Each Myst game pushed the limits of photo-realism in computer games, if more or less by trickery. By pre-rendering the visuals with such extreme detail that no video card at the time could hope to run in real-time, the Myst series have given us games that looked both wonderful and extremely static. That same level of jaw-drapping artistry mixed with pre-rendered trickery powers Myst IV, but gone is the static slideshow-style gameplay that plagued previous versions.
    The game still retains the familiar node-to-node navigation system, but everything around you makes it feel like you’re in a living, breathing 3D fantasy world. You can look anywhere with the free-floating camera – up, down, left and right – and are graced with the most beautiful visuals seen in any point and click game. You can watch the trees as they gently breeze in the distance, the clouds as they move slowly, or catch glimpses of little insects buzzing around you. It’s all very vibrant, and it looks superb.
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    Myst 3

    Better navigation, looks and smarter puzzles make up this sequel to Riven.
    The story picks up after the events in Myst, Riven, and the Myst-based novels (The Book of Atrus, The Book of Ti’ana, and The Book of D’ni). Atrus, the beleaguered Age-writer from the previous games, welcomes you, the player, to the age of Tomahna, where he’s currently working on a new age for the D’ni, a race of people whose world was destroyed in the novels. They’re the folks who figured out how to write Ages in books in the first place. You enter the fray when some stranger bursts into Atrus’ study, grabs his new Age (Releeshahn), and disappears.
    The biggest improvement over the previous Myst games is the full 360-degree view of the environment. Rather than display a single postcard, you can move the camera around and examine your newly animated surroundings. It’s not exactly comparable to the freedom you get from a 3D game, but it’s always good to at least feel like you can look around a corner. The wonderful rendered screens and videos more than make up for the lack of movement, sporting enough visual detail to surpass Riven.
    Certain puzzles require an attention to detail from previous areas, while others simply require mechanical or spatial thinking. The puzzles are hard enough to make you think, but not so impossible that you have to resort to a hint book to get past them. Each of the Ages contains puzzles that relate to the nature of the Age, and very few of them are completely arbitrary – most times, the puzzle fits in to the concept of the game. And unlike Riven, doing something on one side of an island doesn’t affect something on the far side. Very rarely will you have to leave an area in order to get past an obstacle.
    However, the game is still very much a Myst game at the core — a pretty slide show with logic puzzles. There were quite a few people who really tried to play Myst and found it about as entertaining as watching paint dry. These people won’t find much excitement in Myst 3: Exile, but for the fans of the series it should be a real treat.
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    Myst

    It’s undeniable that Myst has both in equal measure, as it’s better to describe it all as an experience than a game. You start off Myst completely clueless, with nothing but a note from Artrus and his wife Catherine guiding you. This note leads you to a hidden chamber next to the dock, where you discover another secret message. The story slowly unfolds, through Artrus’ writings you learn about the man and his creation of the Ages. Artrus suspects that one of his sons is destroying the books, and so he imprisons both of them.
    You find the books in the library and, assuming you’ve got Quicktime working correctly, find a video message from each son proclaiming his innocence, but whom do you believe? There are also missing pages scattered throughout the Ages which you have to retrieve, and all manner of puzzles to solve. In one Age, for example, you have to guide water through pipes to trigger a series of switches. As in previous games made by the Millers, Myst isn’t completely linear. You get a feeling of exploration as you’re snooping around the place, and you can even travel through various Ages before you decide which puzzle you want to tackle.
    Myst was truly ambitious and highly successful for many reasons. First it was one of the first games that shipped exclusively for CD-ROMs, a risky but in the long run rewarding undertaking. The best-selling CD-ROM of its time, it lead the way for an army of copycats to follow the same route – the infamous Myst clones, which were so numerous that they fielded their own gaming category. The game was released on almost every console that had the memory to run it, popularizing point and click adventures like never before.
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    A Tale of Two Kingdoms

    Pros: Fairly successful inclusion of Olde English dialogue Magical kingdom is well developed, including fairies, wizards, druids, goblins and more! Non-linear structure that allows tasks to be completed in any order, and allows user to control their movement through the kingdom. Mini-games are a part of the main plot. Cons: Graphics are very pixelated which sometimes makes it difficult to distinguish among items on the screen. A Tale of Two Kingdoms is a fantastic adventure game made in the style of such venerable classics as King's Quest.
    The ancient kingdom of Theylinn is beset by enemies both from within and without. Within the castle walls, nobles vie for the old King's favor, and not everybody is happy with the sole heir to the throne, princess Rhiannon.

    Danger!
    Meanwhile, danger approaches, in the form of an invading army, a hostile giant, and a mercenary troop who are ancient enemies of the Theylann king. And there is mystery yet. For hidden within the borders of Theylinn lies a second kingdom, named Thierna na Oge, where the faeries reign. Little is known about this shrouded, exotic realm.

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    The playing atmosphere is full of magic and intrigue which is accompanied by a rich storyline and a great soundtrack. Overall this game is a very polished effort and a worthy tribute to classic adventure gaming.
    This critically acclaimed game also features five different endings; multiple side quests and alternative solutions; teamwork mode with other characters; and even a director's commentary!

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    Stranded 2

    Pros: Seamless 3D world that is uncommon among point and click adventure games. Realistic tasks that mimic actual survival methods included gathering food, constructing shelter, and averting death. Multiple modes of play increases overall value. Full tutorial mode as well as helpful hints during adventure mode. Cons: Keyboard based controls may be initially confusing to players not accustomed to hot keys. Graphics themselves are not particularly vibrant. Some wildlife opponents confusing, namely rogue lions out of their natural habitat. In Stranded 2 you suddenly find yourself alone and lost on a desert island without any supplies. The challenge is to survive another day by finding food, shelter, and even a few weapons. But this game goes beyond mere survival, as you'll be learning how to tame wild animals and go on quests to find hidden treasures!

    With cool graphics, a richly detailed game play environment, and a big island to explore, you're sure to find yourself lost in fun for many hours with this excellent freeware adventure game.

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    Batman Returns

    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here If we talk about Batman and computer games, many of us can imagine some action games, where you fight your opponents. Batman Returns is an exception - this is an adventure game, where the main goal is to get evidence against Penguin. The game begins in your cave where you have a lot of gadgets (computers with a central database, safe with batman's suits and belts and also the famous futuristic car - the Batmobile). When you are done in cave and you took all the tech gadgets with you, you are good to go to the city, where riots broke out. Penguin's group is robbing people of Gotham, bribes city mayor and terorize the whole city. You will get into a direct fights with rioters, but you cannot interfere into these fights, you can just watch. Just press the button "Fierce" on the belt and just watch as Batman win the fight (and he wins every time). Unfortunately, this is the main problem of this game - you can finish the whole game in a few hours and it will be super easy even for beginner. The movie with the same name "Batman Returns" by Tim Burton deserved a better pc game.

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