In this classic adventure, you will take on the role of young Scotland Yard Detective Brent Halligan, assigned to solve the puzzle surrounding a mysterious order of Druids and a series of gruesome murders. It appears that the neo-Druids are conducting ritual killings in order to conjure up incredibly sinister forces.Read full description
In this classic adventure, you will take on the role of young Scotland Yard Detective Brent Halligan, assigned to solve the puzzle surrounding a mysterious order of Druids and a series of gruesome murders. It appears that the neo-Druids are conducting ritual killings in order to conjure up incredibly sinister forces.
In the course of their investigations, the engaging anti-hero and his ally, a young scientist, delve into almost forgotten secrets of the past. Aided by an expert on Druids, they will travel back in time. Only in the past they will be able to find the key in order to save the world, but will they succeed?
…end the ritual, before it begins…
More than 50 impressive locations of the past and present
More than 360 interactive scenes
3D characters (up to 1000 polygons)
More than 20 speaking characters
5 hours of voice-overs
Lip-sync dialogues created through phonetic speech analysis
Extensive real-time soundtrack
Soundtrack and FX created with Dolby Surround
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The Mystery of the Druids is an adventure game that is best remembered for having one of the worst box cover of all time. The plot has you taking the role of Scotland Yard detective Brent Halligan sent to solve a mystery that feels like it would be in the vein of a Gabriel Knight title. The visuals were poor back in 2001 and the 15 years that have gone by has not done them any favours. The puzzles frequently have you doing things that make your character a terrible person, and the only reason you need to perform the actions in the first place is due to the incompetence and pettiness of yourself and other characters, or due to a series of ridiculous contrivances. The story and characters just aren't interest and mostly serve as brief interludes between annoying puzzles. This is one adventure game that should likely be avoided, there are much better adventure games to play out there.
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