Best Fan-Made Remakes of Sierra Entertainment Video Games

While Sierra Entertainment is my favourite video game developer of all time with their amazing games, I gotta admit that they are pretty bad when it comes to remaking their own games. Fans are prone to making a lot better remakes of Sierra games. So I will rank the best fan-made remakes of Sierra games. With taht being said here is the list.
The Top Ten
1 Quest For Glory II: Trial by Fire VGA

This might be one of, if not my favorite video game of all time. The Quest for Glory series has always been my favorite video game franchise out of the Sierra Entertainment franchises. They're the perfect mix between adventure and RPG, and every one of these games (excluding the last one) is a blast to play through. The best of these games is without a doubt the second one.

I never actually played the original EGA version of the game though. No, I grew up with this flawless VGA remake by AGD Interactive. They are, in my opinion, the best people at remaking old Sierra games because they make stunning graphics and the plot is more or less evolved a bit if necessary. This game stays exactly true to the original but adds stuff and fixes the flaws the original had, and the music is so heavily improved.

It has more atmosphere and the backgrounds are prettier, and that's just weird to say for me because I almost always prefer EGA over VGA every day. But these people know how to create good VGA games. It's simply one of the greatest games ever. Best thing? It's completely free. Just visit AGD's site and you can download it. I'm telling you, you're missing out if you have not played Quest for Glory.

2 King's Quest II: Romancing the Stones

Without a doubt, the remake that improved the most over the original. While I personally thought the original King's Quest II was the best of the series, I've met a lot of people who say otherwise, that this is the worst of the King's Quest games (excluding the eighth installment). I can see why as it's mainly a carbon copy of the original with just a different setting.

This remake improves on everything. A much deeper story with side-quests, improved characters, and it feels like a completely different game almost, in a good way. Further proof of why AGD Interactive are the best at remaking old Sierra games.

3 King's Quest III Redux: To Heir is Human

King's Quest III is the only Sierra game with two different fan remakes. One by AGD Interactive and the other one by Infamous Adventures. This is the AGD Interactive and it's superior to the other version in every way. Like with King's Quest II, this game is evolved on and made longer although to a lesser extent since the original was already unique from its predecessors.

Like with the second game, the story is deeper though and it feels more serious than the original. I mean, come on, the endgame in the original felt completely ordinary whereas in the remake it was way more epic and climatic despite both games having the same endgame. Overall, it's the third best here.

4 Space Quest II VGA
5 King's Quest I: Quest for the Crown VGA

This is the only AGD remake that didn't change from the original except in graphics, but I am okay with that as it was the first Sierra game ever, and you should not mess with true classics regardless of whether you're remaking it or not.

The original King's Quest was great for me, but its setting is a bit uninteresting, and I wasn't so interested in the setting in this game. Due to that, I do think this is one of the weaker remakes overall, but still great for what it is.

6 King's Quest III Remake

This is the Infamous Adventures remake of King's Quest III and the first Sierra remake by said company. Honestly, for me, it's very inferior to the original. The backgrounds are decent but the character portraits look so odd and weird. It doesn't do anything to change the plot a bit either and is thus last on my list.