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A visual celebration of one of the most loved genres in gaming history, The Art of Point-and-Click Adventure Games is a sumptuous 500 page, hardback coffee table book packed with the very best pixel art and classic scenes from the most defining games of this genre.

In total, The Art of Point-and-Click Adventure Games also contains over 50 extensive and exclusive interviews with the key developers, designers and artists behind some of the most beloved games and characters in the history of the medium such as Al Lowe, Éric Chahi, Ron Gilbert and Tim Schafer.

The Art of Point-and-Click Adventure Games starts with a foreword by Gary Whitta (PC Gamer magazine/Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) and is followed by a detailed written history of the Point-and-Click genre.

Just some of the classic titles featured are King’s Quest, Myst, Toonstruck, Discworld, Blade Runner, Gabriel Knight, Flight of the Amazon Queen, Simon the Sorcerer and of course other classics, such as The Secret of Monkey Island, The Dig, Maniac Mansion and Full Throttle. All of the most famous and iconic point-and-click adventures are covered, as well as some lesser-known games and home-brew efforts.

Book specifications
500 pages, 210mm x 260mm, Lithographic print, Silver foil blocked cover, Hardback, Sewn binding, Bookmark ribbon, Shrink wrapped.

Book version
This is the second edition of The Art of Point-and-Click Adventure Games, which features an additional 40 pages, inclusion of the Quest for Glory games, additional interviews with Ken Williams and Corey/Lori Cole and inclusion of some recent indie releases such as Whispers of a Machine and Unavowed.

Contributor's include
Al Lowe, Aric WilmunderBilly Allison, Brian Moriarty, Charles Cecil, Collette Michaud, Corey/Lori Cole, Dave Gibbons, David Bishop, David Fox, Douglas Crockford, Éric Chahi, Gary Winnick, Gregg Barnett, Hal Barwood, Jacob Janerka, Jakub Dvorský, James Dollar, Jane Jensen, Jay Tholen, Jeff Stephenson, John Passfield, Jim Walls, Josh Mandel, Ken Williams, Louis Castle, Mark Ferrari, Natalia Figueroa, Neil Dodwell, Noah Falstein, Oliver Franzke , Oliver Lindau, Patrik Spacek, Paul Conway, Paul Cuisset, Pierre Gilhodes, Richard Hare, Robert Lindsley, Robyn Miller, Rolf Mohr, Ron Gilbert, Shawn Sharp, Simon Woodroffe, Stefan Srb, Steve Stamatiadis, Tim Schafer and William Tiller.

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Sergio C.
I recommend this product
Amazing book - Five stars

Even the postal packaging is awesome! Beautifully crafted book that contains tons of information and interviews. Extra care has been taken on the visual aspect. Perfect. I will buy more books from this company

France France
I recommend this product
The best book around

So much hours recalled through the pages of this masterpiece! It did send me back to my amiga and pop up the good old floppy disks ;)

Armand T.
Romania Romania
I recommend this product
Wonderful book!

Made with love for fans meet great expectations!

Joni R.
Finland Finland

Top notch! I already had the NES and SNES compendiums and this was a nice addition.

Samy M.
Finland Finland
Perfect product

Content is amazing and well curated. It is exactly the material I wanted to see in a book like this. One small ****** is that I would have preferred the book to proceed strictly chronologically, but the interviews interspersed throughout the book put sometimes anachronistic images where they would have been better served later in the book. Production values amazing, very solid feeling book with great heft and binding, a pleasure to read.