The devious Du Noï wants to find the Athanor’s secret and it’s up to you to stop him! Alchemy, cunning spies and foul treacheries will enthral you through many hours of surprising twists and turns in the court of reigning King Louis XIV.
Live the life of a 17th century gentleman using humour, logic and shrewd judgement to avoid the deadly traps of the Sun King's court in an adventure set across 25 historically accurate locations.
Meet more than 30 characters, some fun, others deadly, including Totiri the Huron, The Marquess of Armantas, Batistini the painter and Master Theodore the great alchemist.
Mini-games will teach you essential skills: learn to dance the Menuet in an historical interpretation of popular interactive dancing games, train to use a dagger and grappinou by proving your courage in a fight, and discover how to decipher fiendish enigmas.
No, this is not how you make a videogame. This game is badly done, but what is more important it has no fun in it. For a moment I was interested, but that lasted for a few minutes. This is some kind of point and click adventure classic game with some minigames that tries to make the game different and more flexible. What we really have is a game that doesn't know what to do, doesn't focus in one genre and fails in every possible way. Avoid it at all cost, no matter the low price.
I am a fan of history of France, so this title instantly got my attention. Even though Versailles Mysteries isn't a top notch title it is still pretty fun to play. It is a typical point and click game, but with some interesting mini-games, that require not only logical thinking, but also pretty nimble fingers at times. You will have to dance, duel and do other things. While at almost 25 $ it is a bit overpriced, it is pretty worth the cash if you can get it during some pretty good promo.
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