Red Crow Mysteries: Legion

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Third party DRM: Securom

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Your extraordinary gift is also your biggest curse. It is a burden you must bare. The ability to see things others cannot is an unbelievable challenge and responsibility. And evil never sleeps. Evil is never far away. He who has many names, has awakened again - hungry for victory and power. Can you past the test and prove you are the one who will defend mankind when judgment day comes?

But, remember, fear is your worst enemy! Never let him see your fear! He will use it against you and everything will be lost!

Dive into an alternative dimension alive with ghosts and demons in Red Crow Mysteries: Legion- a dark and thrilling puzzle-adventure game!


  • Confront ancient evil and prove yourself worthy to the afterlife spirits

  • Investigate eye-catching locations and solve dozens of puzzles

  • Search for clues and follow the path

  • Beautiful graphics and mysterious atmosphere

  • Fantastic music and voice-acting

  • 3 fully customizable game-play modes: Easy, Casual and Adventure

  • Native wide-screen support

Customer reviews



DanielZo0 | Sept. 10, 2013 | See all DanielZo0's reviews »

Well thought out presentation and difficulty choices. Plot stirred my interest and I would like to know what happens. The first major puzzle was quite "out of the box" and as such quite difficult. After that I started to get the idea as to the thought process of the developers. Excellent game play. Some of the puzzles quite difficult. You have the ability to pick up anything useful and then figure out where or what to use it as. I didn't like the puzzle directions much and could have used a bit of help to understand what I had to do. The hint button was not helpful at all. there is a task list which is excellent. A diary or journal would help as there is no place (but a pen and paper by the computer) that will remind of what you are looking for. Graphics were fine by me. I don't need the eye candy and had no trouble finding the objects I was looking for. All in all, I heartily recommend this game to people who enjoy adventure gaming.


Really bad, but...

jeyko | Aug. 12, 2012 | See all jeyko's reviews »

This is the weirdest game I have played in a while. Not in the good meaning. This game has cliche LucasArts puzzles we have already seen before. It tries to take itself seriously but it's awful. The graphics are 800x600 and with awful aesthetics.