Tag Archives: Point & Click

The Shadowgate series is rather strange. While they all have a strong focus on puzzles, they like to be different styles. The original was a point and click adventure that was heavy on text, with a small window to show what you were…

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A Japanese-only point and click adventure for the N64, and sequel to a SNES game called Wonder Project J. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect of this, but N64 magazine gave it a 55% and said that the main character was “Pinnochio-esqe”.…

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This game first came out in the UK, where is was not a James Bond game. Here it was “Operation Stealth”, a point and click adventure starring a 007 rip-off John Glames. When Interplay released the game in the US, they applied for…

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Domark – a company that later rebranded as EIDOS – got the James Bond license and made quite a few games for classic home computers. The first one was A View to a Kill, based on the film. The game comprised of five…

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Star Trek Deep Space Nine Harbinger screenshot

DS9 Harbinger is a Myst-style adventure game. Each part of the level is made up of still images, with you clicking the edge of the screen to move around and turn in very limited places. This allows the game to look very impressive…

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Star Trek TNG A Final Unity screenshot

This feels like a Next Generation movie. It’s a point and click adventure that starts off with a few loose plot points and missions that all start coming together as the Federations, Romulans and a newly discovered race called the Chodak (who also…

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This was an adventure game based on Star Trek Voyager and likely would have played similar to Seep Space Nine: Harbinger. The plot involved an away team being captured by the Kazon and over the three chapters, you would encounter two new races.…

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A point and click adventure game that boasted some very interesting graphics. It featured the whole cast from The Original Series (although due to declining health, Maurice LaMarche took over from DeForest Kelly part way through development). It was going to have six…

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Star Trek Judgement Rites Screenshots

The sequel to the 25th Anniversary doesn’t get as much attention as the original, which is a shame as this is an improvement in every way. Judgement Rites features an arching storyline trying most of the plots of each “episode” together, which I…

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Hunt screenshot

This one seemed like it was quite far in development when it was cancelled, background, art and animations were around “95%” complete according to someone who worked on the game. The game takes place on DS9 where you can play as one of…

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