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Adventure games have been out of vogue, even on the Windows side.
Haven't played one in awhile, but started out when they were all text based on the TI-99.
I reckon they're too mundane for the younger crowd that has to be pressing buttons constantly to feel like they're doing something.

Big Fish games has quite a few to choose from and is still making them. The wife plays some of these.

There are about 15 in the App Store - open that up, on the right side bar, change 'All Categories' to 'Games' and you'll find an Adventure Game selection there.

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