|La Croix Pan||TheJBurger||Adventure||8.73 MB||Click here to download|
La Croix Pan tells the tale of a lone American sniper who enters a small town with the task of defending it by himself. The flashlight plugin is put to good use by the author, and though the game is short it still manages to instill a bit of suspense into the proceedings effectively enough.
|Lackadaisium||Sebastian Janisz||Adventure||7.76 MB||Click here to download|
A surreal puzzle game with some elements of action in it, Lackadaisium is a small-scale project that the developer claims to be partly inspired by his own personal experiences and dreams. Everything is controlled with the cursor keys, and you can press the escape key to quit at any time.
No progress save feature is available, but Lackadaisium doesn't really need one since it only takes about ten or fifteen minutes to play through the entire game.
|Lake, The||Alejandro Grilli J., agj||Adventure||3.62 MB||Click here to download|
The Lake is a short adventure game created by the developer of Where for TIGSource's Commonplace Book Competition, in which only two keys are ever used from start to end. Simply tap the left or right arrow key to turn, or press both buttons alternately to begin rowing in one direction.
The game itself takes about five minutes to complete.
|Leisure Suit Larry: Lost in Love||ProgZmax, Shane Stevens||Adventure||9.19 MB||Click here to download|
Leisure Suit Larry: Lost in Love sets our favorite character on a new adventure, with gorgeous pixel graphics by the talented ProgZmax and the sort of humor that Al Lowe is most famous for replicated with incredible accuracy. Only a demo for now but what a tasty appetizer for things to come.
|Life Of A Pacifist Is Often Fraught With Conflict, The||Bento Smile||Adventure||3.92 MB||Click here to download|
The Life Of A Pacifist Is Often Fraught With Conflict is a cartoony visual novel created by Bento Smile using the Ren'py engine, featuring five different endings and a quick conversation skip button that can be extremely useful for multiple playthroughs. In it you play as a member of a game development team, attending another meeting to discuss the agenda for the day with your fellow colleagues.
The game is displayed in full screen by default, but you can switch to windowed mode by pressing the F key.
|Life of D. Duck 2||Audunsoft||Adventure||74.4 MB||Click here to download|
Life of D. Duck II is a full-length AGS adventure game which has taken nearly three years to develop, featuring a wacky cast of characters to interact with, numerous screens to explore, multiple GUIs, and more than twenty chiptunes for your listening pleasure. The unusual art style and meticulously-animated sprites are the contribution of Bjørnar B., an artist who happens to have an unhealthy obsession with drawing popular Disney characters.
As different as the game looks when compared to other AGS releases, there are only two notable drawbacks to be found here. The graphics will put off many people from even downloading it in the first place, especially when taking the large file size into consideration. The odd font choice can be difficult to read at times, while text descriptions and conversations are riddled with many spelling and grammatical mistakes. But these so-called problems are actually intentional design decisions, evidently demonstrated by the colorful inventory items in your possession, the well-written text manual, a complete walkthrough with zero typos, and the inclusion of a reverse text feature in the options menu. Use the F1 or F5 function key to access this menu or view game statistics.
The full walkthrough can be found in the extras folder, should you require hints on how to solve a particular puzzle.
|Little Girl in Underland||Erin Robinson||Adventure||7.28 MB||Click here to download|
Little Girl in Underland is a remake of American McGee's Alice by the developer of Nanobots, where the absurd is a reality and capitalism exists in many shapes and sizes. The F5 and F7 function key can be used to save or load your progress, though the entire adventure lasts for about ten to fifteen minutes at most. Press the left alternate and Q key to quit at any time.
|Loathesome Man, The|
(mature content, nudity)
|Logan Worsley||Adventure||43.5 MB||Click here to download|
The Loathesome Man is an adventure game made by Anarcho for the fourth OROW competition. The story is one of despair with no happy ending.
Nice graphics but difficult to recommend due to it's subject matter. A worthwhile download nonetheless.
|Loftus and the Skycap||Ivan Dixon||Adventure||19.1 MB||Click here to download|
Loftus and the Sky Cap comes as a surprising departure from Ivan's previous works, who happens to be best known for a series of comics and adventure games based on Sydney Claywood and his friends. The story is about an apprentice named Inessa who discovers that her teacher has disappeared without a single trace, so she sets off on an epic journey in hopes of finding the current whereabouts of the great inventor and her adopted father Loftus.
|Lure of the Temptress||Revolution Games||Adventure||1.73 MB||Click here to download|
Lure of the Temptress was Revolution's very first adventure title, created by the same development team responsible for the release of Beneath a Steel Sky and the Broken Sword series. The game's Virtual Theatre engine allowed characters to wander around the gameworld independently of each other, living their own lives and doing their own thing. Another feature allowed the player to give direct orders to other characters, who would then go off to perform the task. The result was a quirky and entertaining adventure game that kicked off Revolution's fondness for characterisation and in-game humour.
When the game first begins, move the cursor to the menu at the top of the screen and restart the game. This bypasses the copy protection system. Lure of the Temptress was released as freeware in August 2003.
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