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London, 1872. Phileas Fogg has wagered he can circumnavigate the world in just eighty days.
TIME Magazine's Game of 2014, IGF winner, and four-times BAFTA nominee, 80 DAYS blends sharp visuals, strategy and cutting-edge interactive fiction to take you on a different globe-trotting adventure every time you play.
Playing as his trusty valet Passepartout, travel by hot-air balloon, mechanical camel, Orient Express, steamer, airship, submarine and walking city as you attempt to complete the bet through over a hundred cities packed with stories of revolution, intrigue, romance and adventure.
Choose your own route around the world - climb the Burmese mountains, brave the Siberian tundra, trek the Zulu Federation, sail the Amazon and disappear under the Indian Ocean - just don't fall behind the time!
Not badandreacdc98 | Oct. 8, 2015 | See all andreacdc98's reviews »
80 Days is a strategy game combined with some adventures, having a original and very cool art style, meaning that the graphics are pretty good as well. The game itself could have a better story, but still is good. The soundtrack is also very good, making the experience very fun. I recommend this to everyone, it is a very cool game, but still could be better.
Good strategy gameVenhiem | Sept. 29, 2015 | See all Venhiem's reviews »
80 days is an adventure and strategy game by indie developers. The graphics are nice and cute and well made. The art style is superb, it is unique and beautiful. The music and sound is well done as well. This game is basically a PC port of the mobile game, but it is well ported. The game is stable and there are no glitches or bugs. The gameplay is simple yet very addicting and easy to get into, and the game has lots of replayability. The world is great with cool characters and well written and funny stories. All in all, a very good and unique game that everyone should try. 10/10.