If you can't find the hints you need on our site, or if you're looking for something about games other than hints, try some of the sites listed below. All of these sites offer fairly broad coverage, meaning you have a good chance of finding something on the topic you're interested in. Keep in mind that what some sites call "hints" are often just walkthroughs or cheat code collections -- and not hints designed to show you just what you need.
You may also want to try some of the other pages listed above for links to more targeted gaming sites. Sites that focus on just a few games or genres will often have more detailed information on the topics they cover than a lot of the big gaming sites.
Also, new UHS files are always posted first to www.uhs-hints.com, so look there first for the best and most complete collection of UHS files.
Adventure Gamers -- Formerly at adventuregamer.com, this is a comprehensive news, reviews, and previews site for adventure games.
Brass Lantern -- New home of About.com's former "Interactive Fiction" guide, with original articles not only on commercial titles but also on independent authors and game design.
Game Boomers -- Adventure-focused site with a number of walkthroughs and reviews.
GameFAQs -- One of the largest, if not the largest, collection of walkthroughs and FAQs on the Internet.
GameSpot -- CNet's on-line gaming magazine.
Just Adventure + -- Reviews, previews, interviews, and other articles about adventure and "adventure plus" (action/adventure or RPG) games.
Mr. Bill's Adventureland -- Reviews and previews of computer adventure and puzzle games and children's software, with walkthroughs, links, message board, and information on the old classics.
The Spoiler Centre -- Has a large collection of walkthroughs and cheat codes for a number of games.