Point-and-click adventures are some of the greatest video games ever. No lightning reflexes required - for the most part. This is but the FIRST volume of many. Within are 28 versions of 22 different adventure games created during the 1980s. These adventure games are all early attempts to get the genre down right. Included are... )
King's Quest 1 - Quest For the Crown (Original Version)
King's Quest 1 - Quest For the Crown (SCI Version, upgraded to late-1980s graphics and sound)
King's Quest 1 - Quest For the Crown (VGA remake from the early 2000s! Even has voice acting.)
King's Quest 2 - Romancing the Throne (Original Version)
King's Quest 2 - Romancing the Throne (VGA remake from the early 2000s! Even has voice acting.)
Deja Vu: A Nightmare Comes True + Deja Vu 2: Lost in Las Vegas. ( GBC roms. Use Visual Boy! )
King's Quest 3 - To Heir is Human (Original Version)
King's Quest 3 - To Heir is Human (VGA remake from mid-2000s! )
The Black Cauldron - Based on the Disney movie.
Space Quest 1 - The Sarien Encounter.
Space Quest 2 - Vohaul's Revenge.
Police Quest 1 - In Pursuit of the Death Angel. (Original Version)
Police Quest 1 - In Pursuit of the Death Angel. (SCI Version, upgraded to late-1980s gfx and sfx.)
Leisure Suit Larry 1 - In the Land of the Lounge Lizards (Original Version)
Leisure Suit Larry 1 - In the Land of the Lounge Lizards (VGA version! Point-and-click interface too.)
Shadowgate Classic - This is a GBC rom, use Visual Boy Advance to run it.
King's Quest 4 - The Perils of Rosella. No remake finished for this yet, but it looks okay.
Leisure Suit Larry 2 - Larry Goes Looking for Love (In Several Wrong Places)
Manhunter 1 - New York.
Leisure Suit Larry 3 - Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals.
Space Quest 3 - The Pirates of Pesculon.
Police Quest 2 - The Vengeance.
Manhunter 2 - San Fransisco.
Tex Murphy 1 - Mean Streets.
Chamber of the Psi-Mutant Princess.
Laura Bow - The Colonel's Bequest.
Plus DOSbox, DOSshell, and Visual Boy Advance. All necessary to run these games. Make sure to skim through the included readme for information on getting the games to run, and how to bypass their rudimentary copy-protection methods.
Coming up in the next volume - Lucasarts jumps into the adventure-game fray with Maniac Mansion, and how will the addition of Voice Acting change the genre?