The Narrative Games Convention

AdventureX is the UK's only convention dedicated to narrative-driven gaming. Now in its 6th year, AdventureX is a free event bringing together developers & gamers with a passion for interactive storytelling. Encompassing everything from retro pixel-hunts to rich, branching narratives, AdventureX is celebration of creativity, indie development and geek culture. Now pick up that spyglass and put it in your knapsack. A world of adventure awaits.

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This section will soon be filled with games coming to AdventureX in 2016. For now, here is a selection of the 100s of games exhibited in previous years.

Why AdventureX?

We love graphical adventures; interactive fiction; exploration games; visual novels – just about any game with a great story to tell. And we welcome developers from across the globe to exhibit their games and share their experiences. For devs and creatives, it's a great opportunity to attend masterclasses on writing, character, puzzle design, coding and art. For gamers it's a chance to play games and encounter new stories.


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Welcome to AdventureX

Welcome to the brand spanking new AdventureX website! The Story Begins in… Didcot? The first AdventureX was held in at Didcot Labour Club in 2011. It was organized solely by developer and publisher Mark Lovegrove of Screen 7. A small but dedicated band of people gathered to demo some games, talk adventure gaming and eat […]

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Adventurex 2015 – Francois Alliot from Nerial talks about Reigns ” Game of Thrones meets Tinder”

Francois Alliot from Nerial games came to AdventureX in 2015 to talk to us about Nerial’s game Reigns. Since the talk last year Reigns has been released published by Devolver Digital, and has been a massive success.  

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AdventureX 2015 – CBE Software Retrospective

Jan Kavan from CBE software  takes us through the  ten year history of the company revealing footage of projects that have never been seen publicly before, multiple publishers and the declien and rise of the German adventure game market. Thanks again to Adventure Treff for filming.  

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