The most popular abandonware action-adventure games
DOSWindows XP/98/9519974.1/5 racing: car
In Grand Theft Auto the player takes the role of a criminal who can freely roam around the city (Liberty City) completing tasks for the local mobs: stealing cars, killing pedestrians, all of it while avoiding the police and the army. The freedom of gameplay and the "I'm the bad guy" appeal of the game made the Grand Theft Auto series very popular.
Windows XP/98/9519994.1/5 racing: car
Grand Theft Auto 2 is the second chapter in the successful Grand Theft Auto series. GTA 2 is an abandoned top-down action-adventure / driving hybrid game developed by DMA Design and released by Rockstar Games in 1999 for various platforms, including PlayStation, Microsoft Windows, and Game Boy Color. GTA2 is set in a fictional city called "Any...
Windows XP/98/9520014/5 third-person action-adventure
Windows XP/98/95Mac20044.2/5 third-person action-adventure
Windows XP/98/951999protected4.3/5 third-person action-adventure
DOS19903.9/5 metroidvania, platform
Windows XP/98/95Mac1997protected4.1/5 third-person action-adventure
DOS19874.2/5 isometric action-adventure
La Abadía del Crimen (The Abbey of Crime) is an action-adventure developed in Spain by Paco Menéndez in the mid-1980s. It was initially created for the Amstrad CPC and later ported to other popular home computer systems of the time, such as the ZX Spectrum and MSX. The game was released in 1987.
DOS19884.2/5 platform, tile-matching
DOS1992protected4.1/5 third-person action-adventure
DOS19914/5 isometric action-adventure
DOS1994protected3.9/5 first-person shooter, action RPG, first-person action-adventure
DOS19944.2/5 third-person action-adventure
Windows XP/98/951998protected4.4/5 first-person action-adventure
DOS19874.3/5 first-person action-adventure
Driller (also known as Space Station Oblivion) is an abandoned action-adventure game developed by Incentive and released by Epyx in 1987 based on the Freescape Engine. In Driller, you control an excavation probe in a real 3d environment, through a first person view. The goal of the game is to place a drilling rig in each of the 8 regions of the moo...
It Came from the Desert is an abandonware action-adventure game developed by Cinemaware and released in 1990 for PC (DOS) and Amiga. It Came From the Desert is an action-adventure game with a peculiar flavor: it's set in the 50s, in the USA, and it's based on those old monster movies like Them! (also involving killer ants).
DOS19954.2/5 third-person action-adventure
DOS1996protected4.1/5 third-person action-adventure
DOS1994protected4.2/5 isometric action-adventure
Batman: The Caped Crusader is an action-adventure video game released in the late 1980s. It was developed and published by Ocean Software and was available on various home computer systems of that era, including the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Amiga, Atari ST and, of course, DOS. The game was a graphic action-adventure that combine...
DOS19883.8/5 first-person action-adventure
DOS1994protected4.1/5 third-person action-adventure
Windows XP/98/95LinuxMac1999protected4.2/5 first-person shooter, action RPG, first-person action-adventure
System Shock 2 is a Windows science fiction cyberpunk game developed by Irrational Games, designed by Ken Levine and published by Electronic Arts in 1999. System Shock 2 is a blend of more than one genre: RPG, action-adventure, shooter, stealth game.