Best Point And Click Adventure Games On Android!

Here's my top 10 favourite picks of story rich Android games, hope you like them!

1. Tormentum dark sorrow

A dark fantasy themed Point and Click adventure game set in a bizarre world with plenty of mini games and puzzles.
You play as a hero who has lost all his memories and finds himself in a mysterious place between a world of fantasy and nightmare. He doesn't remember his past, name or where he comes from. Traveling through strange lands, he struggles to discover the truth about the world around him, as well as about himself. Not a spoiler but there's an amazing twist waiting for you at the end.

2. Dark fear  

Dark Fear is a unique pixel-horror themed RPG/adventure horror game.
You wake up in pitch blackness. You have no idea who you are, where you are or how you got here - it's up to you to figure it out!
The game is an ultimate fix for horror-adventure fans seeking out frightening experience wrapped in a cinematic soundtrack and a dark, twisted story line written by an ex-film industry professional. The game can only described as blend between RPG and adventure with a 2D old school graphical style similar to the classic PC games from the 1980s. Its simplistic approach allows even the most casual gamers to gently unfold and enjoy its many complex layers of game mechanics.
Explore a diverse landscape filled with forests, mountains, lakes and deserts. Form allies in the local village, go hunting/fishing and fight your foes, upgrade your weapon and armor, solving puzzles and helping people with their problems.

3. Rusty lake series

A surreal place where anything can happen. It's probably one of the most mysterious game series you'll ever play.
Rusty lake is not a single game but a story which comes with a series of individual games. A series of surrealistic adventure games that take place in the Rusty Lake universe.
Inspired by the humour and uneasiness of David Lynch's TV series Twin Peaks we decided to create our own imaginative world called Rusty Lake. This is something new to the point-and-click genre with a lot of suspense and atmosphere in an "escape room" setting. All chapters are somehow connected which each other and every instalment reveals more about the Rusty Lake mystery.

4. Désiré

A point and click adventure game in a back and white setting.
It's the story of a boy named Désiré, who is colour-blind from birth and he will lead you into in world of black and white. He lives his life hesitantly, as life never brought him much joy. From a tender age, he is going to meet several characters who will elicit in Désiré intense emotions and alter his vision in surprising ways. Is colour at the end of the journey?
The game is, at its core, a critique of the modern world and of the perverting nature of a consumer, profit-obsessed society.

5. Distraint

Distraint is a 2D psychological horror adventure game, originally developed for PC based platforms.
You play as an ambitious young man named Price. Price seizes the property of an elderly woman, in order to secure a partnership in a famous company .In that very moment, he finds out the price of his humanity. This is his story and therefore the tale of his regrets.
Solve puzzles to progress through it's atmospheric story.

6. Father and son 

It is a point and click adventure that takes off from the National Archaeological Museum in Naples, experience the last hours of life in Pompeii before Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD, and explore ancient Egypt in day-to-day ordinary life.
a universal and timeless story where the present and the past are a set of meaningful choices of a son who never knew his father.

7. Phallaina

Phallaina is one of the first scrolling graphic novel for smartphones and tablets. It has won Peabody awards in 2017.
The story takes place in a world similar to ours, where cities have adapted to the rising waters, Audrey follows a series of clinical trials in order to understand the origins of her hallucinatory fits, which are populated by huge white whales. Thus the intimate adventure of her personal transformation begins, combining mythology and cognitive sciences, changing the course of her destiny in the process.
A beautiful scrolling adventure in black and white white with storytelling you've never experienced anything like.

8. The end of the world 

A side scrolling adventure exploration game for the broken hearted.
The story takes place in Newcastle, England, you play a lonely man in a world that ended when he lost his love. Living day by day and in the past you unravel the circumstances that led to the end of the world, which might be a metaphor for loss, and maybe a way to move on.  Essentially this is a break up game.

9. That Dragon, Cancer

A narrative and immersive experience that retells Joel Green’s 4-year fight against cancer through about two hours of poetic and interactive atmosphere to explore themes of faith, hope and love. a mix of first-person and third-person perspective, and simple point-and-click interaction.

10. Thimbleweed park

A haunted edifice, an abandoned circus, a burnt-out pillow factory, a dead body pixelating under the bridge, toilets that run on vacuum tubes. Five individuals with nothing in common are drawn to the current summary, forgotten town. They don’t understand it nonetheless, however they're all deeply connected. And they’re being watched. you’ve never visited a place like this before.

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