January 21, 1793, Revolutionaries are about to guillotine King Louis XVI of France, leaving the elite free to take over and enrich themselves by snapping up the assets of the clergy and the nobility. You are the last hope for the people of France to prevent the King's execution and alter the country's destiny.Read full description
January 21, 1793, Revolutionaries are about to guillotine King Louis XVI of France, leaving the elite free to take over and enrich themselves by snapping up the assets of the clergy and the nobility. You are the last hope for the people of France to prevent the King's execution and alter the country's destiny.
Vive le Roi (Long live the King) is a puzzle platform game with levels taking place during the French Revolution.
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The gameplay is pretty straightforward: avoid the guards? line of sight and reach the guillotine in order to save Louis the 16th. Naturally as you progress, the challenges will intensify, both in the number of foes to avoid and the complexity of the objects you must manipulate before reaching the royal hostage. The main objective, which also quantifies the number of stars you shall receive at the end each level, is to reach the king in as few clicks as possible. The in-game cross-shaped mouse pointer in Vive le Roi is similar to that in D?sir? only that instead of red, it?s colored in white most of the time or in blue once it needs to highlight certain interactable objects, such as barrels or switches. There are 30 levels in total and the maximum rating you can attain in each of them is composed out of 3 stars. Reaching a 2-star rating is not a problem most of the time but in order to reach 3 though, you need to plan your movement carefully based on the patrol pattern of the guards. If any of them so much catches a glimpse of you, they shall fire their smoothbore muskets in the air and wake the sleeping executioner who promptly ?shortens the royal neck?, if you catch my drift.
Is a strategy game platform in the style of limbo, very good you should stop thinking a little about how to solve the puzzles but they are very good and the medieval style gives a nice touch to the game, the dark setting, entertaining this game
Excellent game platform and puzzles with history of the French revolution, the game has thirty levels to be overcome, our character is the last hope of the kingdom to avoid the execution of the king and thus change the destiny of the country, this is what goes The story which is something simple but is normal in this type of games, the level of the puzzles is moderately difficult, which makes it quite entertaining without being stressful what makes it enjoyable to the maximum.
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