“Outside of a dog, a book is a man’s best friend. Inside of a dog it’s too dark to read.” The author of this bibliophilic statement is known for appearing in a different kind of print, but judging by his glasses he might be able to recommend a good book.
“Anything’s possible if you’ve got enough nerve.” This author’s hero proved her point – he defeated the ultimate evil and still managed to pass his wizardry exams.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
“Oh my ears and whiskers, how late it’s getting!” Try to catch up with the White Rabbit in this beautifully illustrated adventure.
Nancy Drew: The Phantom of Venice
Nancy Drew goes undercover to track down an art thief. But as she closes in on the culprit, she discovers that more than natural forces may be at work. It’s sink or swim in this Venetian mystery!
A Series of Unfortunate Events
That dastardly Count Olaf is at it again! Three poor orphans suffer a series of unfortunate events. What's next? Snake bites? Leeches? Or something too horrible to mention?
“As soon as one promises not to do something, it becomes the one thing above all others that one most wishes to do.” So wrote this romance novelist, who many would call an expert on the subject.
Classic Adventures: The Great Gatsby
“Then he kissed her. At his lips’ touch she blossomed like a flower and the incarnation was complete.” Spend a summer on a jazz-fueled adventure based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s legendary novel.
Matches & Matrimony: A Pride & Prejudice Tale
It is a truth universally acknowledged that literature is even better when you get to choose the ending! Jane Austen’s beloved novel is now a charming, romantic adventure game. Which suitor will win your hand?
Dracula: Love Kills
A new twist on the classic tale: Count Dracula, still weak from his last battle with Van Helsing, must form an alliance with his mortal enemy to defeat the Queen of Vampires.
“He looked about as inconspicuous as a tarantula on a slice of angel food.” This hardboiled writer certainly knew how to capture a villain – and you could say the same thing about the detective hero (or anti-hero) of his novels.
Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe’s Murders in the Rue Morgue
As apprentice to the famed Monsieur Dupin, your “ratiocination” will be tested as you uncover the identity of the mysterious criminal. Based on Edgar Allen Poe’s acclaimed short story!
Go inside the storybook in this “novel” adventure game to find the secret of a Mayan temple. The unique gameplay combines slide and jigsaw elements.
You are the new Crime Editor of the City Times newspaper, investigating the story behind a prison fire and a vanished murderer. This plot may turn out to be as twisted as the criminal mind!
“People who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do.” Do you know this self-confident science fiction author’s name?
Bookworm Adventures: Astounding Planet
Battle aliens with verbal valor! Build words to save the world! Travel through time to help Lex the Bookworm spell his way to success in the sci-fi chapter of his ad-dict-ive adventure!
Dream Chronicles: The Book of Air
Enter a strange and incredible dimension, as the saga of the Dream Chronicles continues. Can you restore the balance of time and lead Lyra to her destiny?
“You cannot open a book without learning something,” said this wise person – and that’s doubly true when you’re browsing the Reference shelf.
What if Noah Webster and Samuel Johnson had been chickens?
Magic Encyclopedia: Moonlight Mystery
Amulet, Black Cat, Cauldron, Dragon, Eye of Newt – and that’s just the first five volumes!