Adventure games is a genre of video game whose predominant interest is focused on storytelling rather than reflexes and action. More specifically, adventure games most often focus on exploration, dialogues, puzzle solving. The majority of adventure games do not allow the player to fight, or even die, unless that death has a narrative role. However, there are exceptions. Thus, an adventure game constitutes a fiction, like a film, a novel or a comic strip, the main objective of which is to tell a story; it differs, however, from these other media by its interactivity, the player being able to act on the story. Certain adventure games thus offer several branching scenarios. As a work of fiction, adventure games can base their framework on a large number of literary genres: fantasy, science fiction, detective, horror or comedy. Adventure games are mostly designed for a single player: by their relationship to the story, introducing the multiplayer aspect makes the realization complex.