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SCPM: Spycraft: The Great Game - A large variety of things to do as you solve a mystery. What's great about it is that it requires a good bit of deduction work to piece things together, so that puzzles aren't simply trial and error.

Normality - A neat mix of point-and-click adventure game with FPS-style movement in a colorful 2.5D environment and with a quirky sense of humor.

Realms of the Haunting - Uses the same engine as Normality, except that there is combat. It's got a good number of unique puzzles across diverse locations and an interesting story.

The Kyrandia games:
Legend of Kyrandia - Classic style point-and-click game, but there's one large, somewhat obnoxious maze, and there's numerous points where your character can be killed.
Legend of Kyrandia: Hand of Fate - I feel like this is the most solid entry in the trilogy. Plenty of puzzles, interesting characters and settings, it just feels more solidly designed than the first entry.
Legend of Kyrandia: Malcolm's Revenge - The game's hand-drawn backgrounds and characters are replaced with early 3D pre-rendered art, but it has it's share of quirky puzzles and settings.

Inherit the Earth - Features an interesting setting, but it's light on puzzles, and the large isometric maps feel fairly empty. But still, the game has its charms.
I didn't really like Kyrandia 1, not much character development, do they get better
The Longest Journey is all you need to worry about atm.

come back after
I would like to throw in Stasis. Great style and atmosphere. It isn't the best of the genre but it is a bloody good try.
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supplementscene: I didn't really like Kyrandia 1, not much character development, do they get better
Well, the next 2 games are more 'whimsical' than the first one, so there's not much more character development than the first one. The second one is a pretty much self-contained adventure with little reference to the prior game's events. The third one goes into more detail on Malcolm's back-story and motivations for his actions in the first game.
Thanks for all the suggestions guys. Went and picked Black Mirror and have enjoyed it a lot. I'll take a look at the other games you all suggested.

You are welcome to keep coming with suggestions, perhaps other people would like to have a go at some of the games.
Thanks again!
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Wistala: Thanks for all the suggestions guys. Went and picked Black Mirror and have enjoyed it a lot. I'll take a look at the other games you all suggested.

You are welcome to keep coming with suggestions, perhaps other people would like to have a go at some of the games.
Thanks again!
if you're enjoying those games then you are in for a great great great lifetime of enjoying P&C adventures, because from my understanding, those are just about average/maybe even al ittle below average.
aside from The Longest Journey here are a few favorites, some mentioned:

Rex Nebular and the Cosmic Gender Bender
Noctropolis
Gabriel Knight Series
Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
Zork series
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Wistala: Thanks for all the suggestions guys. Went and picked Black Mirror and have enjoyed it a lot. I'll take a look at the other games you all suggested.
If you buy all games in a series, GOG have some really nice discount for point and click adventure games:
https://www.gog.com/forum/general/gog_buy_series_discount_list
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Wistala: Thanks for all the suggestions guys. Went and picked Black Mirror and have enjoyed it a lot. I'll take a look at the other games you all suggested.
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kbnrylaec: If you buy all games in a series, GOG have some really nice discount for point and click adventure games:
https://www.gog.com/forum/general/gog_buy_series_discount_list
Oh? Are all those point and click games?
While the whole Dracula series may be a bit weak, Dracula 3 The path of the Dragon is one of the best games I've ever played. Nicely written story, great puzzles (hard, sometimes very hard but logical) and perfect atmosphere. Seriously, do yourself a favor and get it.

The Last Express is a unique experience because the game doesn't revolve around you - some things happen, no matter what you do, some may be changed by your action but you have to do something about it! I loved this concept but you must be aware that it requires replaying some sections several times to get the best possible outcome.
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Wistala: Oh? Are all those point and click games?
No, but some adventure game series have high buy-series discount.
Have you tried any games recommendations engines? I regularly use gamessuggestions.com and it provides really great suggestions. That should solve your suggestion problems.