Star Trek: Borg
Star Trek: Borg is an Adventure, Space Fiction, 3D, FPS, and Single-player video game developed by Simon and Schuster Interactive. Throughout the game, the player assumes the role of Starfleet Cadet, whose ancestors died in the battle against the Borg. While inspecting the playfield, the player views the environment from a first-person perspective.
The player has to travel through time and alter the outcomes to save his father. The player can interact with the NPCs in the game’s world. There are some puzzles that a player needs to solve at any cost. The player can pause the game by clicking a simple left mouse button and access a tricorder cursor.
The tricorder cursor allows the player to click on any person and item to get a description of the Q-narration. Get into the adventure, travel through space, use all the best skills, and save the father from dying. The game’s core features are First-person Perspective, NPC Interaction, Tricoder Cursor, and Pause Option.
#1 Missing: Since January
Missing: Since January is an Adventure, Puzzle, and Single-player video game developed by The Adventure Company. Throughout the course, the player serves as an investigator who has to examine the disappearance of journalist Jack Lorski and his young female companion, Karen Gijman. The game takes the player to Europe, where the player encounters a series of bizarre murders.
It all depends on the player’s detective skills to solve the puzzles and bring the truth to light. The player has to think about many suspicious things and come to a desperate end. The game has multiple ends where the player can come to different ends regarding his playstyle. Most of the game is text-based, and the player has to select the right option.
Multiple puzzles are there where every puzzle must be completed in a limited time to progress to the next puzzle. The puzzles require exploring the environment for pieces of evidence, clues, and solutions. The core features of the game are Puzzles, Multiple Endings, shreds of evidence, and Detective Skills.
#2 The Experiment
The Experiment is an Adventure, Puzzle, VR, and Single-player video game developed by ON Skull Games. Throughout the game, the player controls an unnamed character where he finds himself entrapped in a room full of darkness. The player, while visiting a doctor, notices that something is missing at his office.
Before realizing it, the doctor drugs the character, and he lays down. The player opens his eyes on a chair in the black room and cannot get out of the building. The doctor runs a dangerous experiment on animals and people where he has considered the player his next subject. The player has not only to escape but also to figure out what’s going on.
It is a room puzzle game where the player can play it in three modes such as solo, competitive, and co-op mode. In co-op mode, the player has to team-up with six friends and solve the puzzles. In versus mode, every player is in a separate room and has to escape alone before any other player does so to win.
#3 Crime Stories: From the Files of Martin Mystère
Crime Stories: From the Files of Martin Mystère is an Adventure, 3D, Simulation, and Single-player video game developed by Artematica. Throughout the game, the player assumes the role of a protagonist named Martin Mystère, a brilliant young F.B.I. agent who has to investigate the brutal murder of the famous scientist, Professor Eulemberg.
While inspecting the game world, the player controls the character from the third-person perspective. On the way to discovering the truth, the player comes to encounter dangerous adventures that will trouble the player. The double-minded evidence may mislead the player, but a true detective can go with the right one. The player has to investigate the matter very deeply and comes to a perfect end.
There are many possibilities, but the protagonist must ensure the correct murderer. Get into the murder case, search out the pieces of evidence, encounter dangerous events, don’t let the puzzles mislead the character, and be a perfect detective. The game’s core features are Murder Investigation, Misleading Evidence, Third-person Perspective, and Multiple Possibilities.
#4 Sherlock Holmes: Secret of the Silver Earring
Sherlock Holmes: Secret of the Silver Earring is an Adventure, Point-and-Click, and Single-player video game developed by Frogwares. Throughout the game, the player assumes the protagonist’s role, named Holmes, where the main mission is to investigate the murder of Sir Melvyn Bromsby at Sherringford Hall. While exploring the hall, the player controls the character from the third-person perspective.
The player has to examine everyone as a suspect, even his daughter named Lavinia, who is living with her. The game has two characters, such as Holmes and Watson, where every character has unique skills. The player has to click in the direction he wishes. When the player sees the footsteps icon, clicking will take the character to the next authorized spot.
Double-clicking on the screen allows the player to run or chase someone. The inventory bar pops up when the player clicks the right button. The player has tools such as a magnifying glass, measuring tape, and test tube in inventory that he can use frequently. Inventory also includes a notebook, which has a witness’s conversations.
#5 Santa Fe Mysteries: The Elk Moon Murder
Santa Fe Mysteries: The Elk Moon Murder is an Adventure, Detective, Mysteries, and Single-player video game developed by Activision. Throughout the game, the player encounters a murder case, whereas the best murder solver, his main mission is to bring the truth to light. Viewing the character from a first-person perspective is comfortable and easy to interact with the environment.
The player has five days to solve the mystery before the worse happen again. A serial killer has killed the innocents one after another, and the player has to stop this murder chain. In this point-and-click adventure, the player can play eight hours a day, where every action decreases the player’s time to fifteen minutes.
The player has to consider everything as a suspect and don’t let miss anything even. The game has many endings where the player has one mission is to come up with the true criminal in the end. Santa Fe Mysteries: The Elk Moon Murder has core features such as First-person Perspective, Detective Skills, Eight Hours Gameplay, Different Endings, and One Mission.
#6 MISSING: The 13th Victim
MISSING: The 13th Victim is a Detective, Adventure, and Single-player video game developed by The Adventure Company. Throughout the game, the player has to play like an investigator where the goal is to examine a missing case. A serial killer has returned, and it is up to the player to stop him from killing innocent persons.
The player has to analyze the photos and videos to determine his next action. A missing person report has made the game interesting and lets the player focus on one mission. The player has to save the missing person before something worse happens. E-mails, audio, and visual clues are the golden shreds that a player has to collect.
It is not as easy as it seems; rather, the player has to put all his detective skills in testing. While inspecting the playfield, the player views the environment from a first-person perspective. Join the adventure, solve the missing case, collect valuable evidence, and make the plan unsuccessful. The core features of the game are FPS, Detective Skills, and Unknown Serial Killer.
Asemblance is an Adventure, Simulation, Horror, and Single-player video game developed by Nilo Studios. Throughout the game, the player serves as an unnamed protagonist who finds himself entrapped in an experimental machine. It is a machine that simulates the memories, and the player has to get rid of this strange device before it implements the functionality on the character.
While inspecting the machine, the player views the environment from the first-person perspective. The player has lost his memory, and during the exploration, he faces memories from his past that recall his identity. The game is interactive where the player can interlink with the placed objects such as computer screen, teleporters, etc.
With the AI voice, the game offers a horror environment in the dark mansion. The player can experience day/night cycles where at night it seems darker. Get into the horror escape adventure, perform actions guided by AI voice, interact with the environment, and recall the identity. The game’s core features are First-person Perspective, Interactive, Dark Machine, Day/Night Cycle, and Exploration.
#8 Daryl F. Gates’ Police Quest: SWAT
Daryl F. Gates’ Police Quest: SWAT is a Simulation, Action-Adventure, and Single-player video game developed by Sierra-On-Line. It is the fifth main installment in the Police Quest series with a new twist but the same gameplay. Throughout the game, the player has to complete three missions offered by the game, such as a sick grandmother and a terrorist attack.
The first mission will become available after the player completes a single training exercise. The second task becomes available after completing the first mission with a three-star performance. After playing the first two missions various times, the player can unlock the third one. During the last mission, the player’s role must base on the number of times he has played during training.
The player can act as an element leader to command his team or as a sniper, ensuring an accurate shot. In the training session, the player controls the character from the first-person, but it goes into the third person while talking to fellow officers or roaming on the missions field.
#9 The President is Missing
The President is Missing is an Adventure, Point-and-Click, Detective, and Single-player video game developed by Amiga. Throughout the gameplay, the player takes the role of an investigator whose mission is to solve the puzzling cases through photographs and documents. All the information must be collected and must not ignore any suspect. U.S. President invites the leaders of ten countries to a secret meeting on world terrorism in Lichtenstein.
Three helicopters enter the castle during the meeting, capture the VIPs, and escape over the border. The player has eight agents to lead, and he must order them through the communications section of the interface. All the agents perform a passive investigation allocated to them. The player can also send identical targets to the central department using the same communications section.
State Department will conduct a deep investigation, searching, arresting, or interrogation. The player encounters documents with coded messages, and the player has to decode these documents. All the codes are simple transpositions and replacement of one letter with another or filling the spaces between letters with junk the letters.