Adam's Venture Chronicles
Welcome to the roaring '20s where, against a backdrop of mysticism and conspiracy, Adam and Evelyn are out to solve puzzles and uncover the secrets of King Solomon. This fantastic adventure game alternates between easy puzzles and a few stealth phases, with some mine-cart runs and grappling-hook swinging thrown in for good measure. This game contains the first three episodes in Adam's Adventure.
If you've already played Adam's Venture: Origins, you'll know that it was a remastered version of a trilogy first released on PC in the 2000s, now with enhanced graphics, reworked puzzles, and a new story. But three years earler, the game had already been given an overhaul in Adam's Venture Chronicles!
If you're lucky enough to be able to choose between them and you prefer a more modern experience with updated graphics, then Adam's Venture: Origins might be the one for you. If, however, you're a fan of the entire series, then Adam's Venture Chronicles serves up a more faithful rendition of the first three games and it's pretty good, too.
Episode 1: The Search for the Lost Garden
Your journey begins with the discovery of a mysterious scroll. Adam Venture sets off on an expedition funded by Clairvaux Inc, but the adventure soon becomes far more than a mere treasure hunt. The Search for the Lost Garden lays the foundations for the entire series in a clever blend of puzzles, biblical mysteries, and global conspiracies.
Episode 2: Solomon's Secret
The adventure continues in Solomon's Secret, this time whisking players away to 1920s Jerusalem where they'll be enmeshed in a dark plot that revolves around King Solomon's treasure. The parallels with Tomb Raider are clear to see.
Episode 3: Revelations
In the final instalment of the trilogy, the quest for the Garden of Eden is underway, but an ancient evil fights against every step. The action is set in the 1920s, deftly combining platform and puzzle sequences.
Presented as a compilation in Adam's Venture Chronicles, this action-adventure series delivers a non-violent experience where the focus is placed firmly on exploration, puzzles, and biblical mysteries.
The adventure reminded us of the great exploration games of the '90s and 2000s, all while serving up a unique experience that's a cross between Tomb Raider and Uncharted.
Developer: Vertigo Games
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