The adventure game community is vibrant, and in the case of the interactive fiction community, has helped keep text adventures a going artistic concern for a decade.
Sometimes not even this site is enough for all of your adventure game needs. If you find yourself needing even more adventure game sites, try these.
Various people from the adventure game community discuss games, puzzles, and more.
Plenty of companies have made adventure games through the years. Find out more about them, from Infocom and Magnetic Scrolls through DreamCatcher and the late SouthPeak Interactive.
Where to go when you want to talk to other adventure game fans on Usenet or web site bulletin boards.
The annual Interactive Fiction Competition and the XYZZY Awards are the two best-known examples of this category, but there are other competitions out there.
Computer adventure games have been around since the early 1970's, and a lot has happened since then.