Essential Classic Point and Click and Sequels3votes I like it
mateo360 says: The Games that started the Genre. While not "Point n click" in terms of interaction, these are the games that lead to the Genre with it's future games. Very original versions and fan remakes available for all three.
mateo360 says: The next set of games in the legendary King's Quest Series. IV is still a typing interface but V & VI have the Point n Click interface. VI is the high point of the series with professional voice overs and and very nice soundtrack.
mateo360 says: While not the best games in the Series, these finish out the official KQ canon. VII has cartoonish elements and simplified controls in an attempt to appeal to younger audience and bring more people in. VIII abandons KQ lore and is best skipped over.
mateo360 says: Again does not have PnC interface but sequels do contain it. Has a witty Sci-Fi setting and the same developer as King's Quest. Essential to the future games for story.
mateo360 says: While not lasting as long as KQ, it is still as enjoyable to play. IV gets voice overs but V loses them due to no CD version being made. VI does not suffer like KQ VII did with controls but animation goes more cartoony.
mateo360 says: One of the rare First Person PnC games. This games contain a lot of difficult puzzles. First in a series of 5 games to follow. This one may require a walkthrough to get through some of the more difficult puzzles.
mateo360 says: Same game as the above with Free roaming environments and a new area to explore after the main game.
mateo360 says: Continues right where Myst ends. After finishing this game the other 3 aren't really necessary but do provide more story. This one does not have as many worlds as the first game, but the main world is so big that the game came on 5 discs.
mateo360 says: While not connected as much to the main Myst series, this one does have story that connects IV and V. This was an attempt to make Myst into an MMO. While it failed initially, it did help to develop what is now Myst Online: URU Live.
mateo360 says: A very dark story not meant for those who do not like Horror or death. I have not played it but watched a family member play it and freaked me out. This is a hit or miss on whether you like it or not.
mateo360 says: Not as good as the original. I would recommend watching The Spoony One's riff of it before you decide to buy it.
mateo360 says: While I do own it and intend on playing it, I haven't yet. This is a remake of the original game adding more story and the original was very popular.
mateo360 says: Another PnC I haven't played but intend to. Sequel to above game.
mateo360 says: Another dark story not for those who hate Horror. Developed by Sierra like KQ and SQ. Has some professional voice actors like Mark Hamill.
mateo360 says: FMV game like Phantasmagoria and also horror.with more gore.Again Hit and miss on whether you like it.
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