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15 Days

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A three-man activist group has set out to make the world a better place by stealing famous pieces of art in the world's most renowned museums, selling them to private collectors, and donating the money to charity.

Though hunted by police forces, the group manages to stage one successful coup after another - until one day a mysterious new client appears and the group finds itself in the middle of a political conspiracy...Key Features
  • Mystery conspiracy adventure game with unexpected story twists
  • Current, believable game world
  • Contemporary visual language
  • Pointed script
  • Fast-paced, dynamic narration
  • Interesting technical gadgets that allow realistic interaction with the environment
  • 4 different playable characters on both sides (police & activists)
  • Accessible thanks to very moderate difficulty
Release date
House of Tales
HandyGames, THQ Nordic
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

7 / 8 / 10
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or better
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 9 compliant video card Shader Model 2 and 256 MB VRAM
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 4 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible card
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Normally I always find something to enjoy in Games. Usually! 15 Days is not one of them. In fact, I might even have endured the Characters, even as they grew increasingly annoying over Time. Just like the Team hacks around on each other (or at Least Mike) ... Urgs. Yes, I know there are Constellations where something like this happens and it may be quite amusing some time-maybe even justified. But at this Point, just nothing suited me-or was it because of the German Version? Who knows. Foolishly, I couldn't even feel Pity with Mike. It just didn't fit. Added to this was the Control I was so annoyed about from the Very beginning. It did not seem very well thought out to me and sometimes very much ... Impractical. Then there is the lack of Information on what to do. I mean, hello? C. was of such a thing helpful: "I still have to do something here." Or what a Cheese she has given of herself. Yes, what please? And probably worst of all: A Search engine! How can I know what exactly to type in to make the Game happy? All right, so I wasn't very pleased when I finished the Part in England. I was so far as to say that I am looking for a Complete Solution, finishing the Game and ticking it off. That was the Plan! How could I guess that 15 Days wanted to make a Dash through the Bill for Me with Bugs? Of course, I had already got to know the seemingly normal Crashes to the Point. Save directly in front of It and then continue to do so had helped to date. And then even that yielded nothing more. Final Result: Game canceled! No Recommendation on my part. If you get the Game given somewhere-why not? Spend Money on it? Leave it. It's not worth it!
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Hey:) It's hard to evaluate the Game as it's good on one Side and on the other It's more or less a very frustrated, so it's hard to give a big up or down. Drum I would probably take more of a Middle Ground, as I said it is not a very bad Game but also not the best (there are other Titles that are much better). Well, let's just start ... 15 Days is a Typical Point ' and ' Click adventure as you know it, you have your Iventar and use different Items to get on in the Game. What had bothered me a bit, was that I couldn't just click on the Item and use it directly,.. No, I have to click on it first and then select again that I want to "use" it. Then in the running of the Game it crashes quite often, in the Beginning not so much Until the Middle to the end of the Game, so I would advise anyone if you get the Game, often saves because it will cost you some annoying. The Graphics are not the best, but do not cancel the Game. I found great in the Game, which had to be resorted to the Computer in different Scenes in order to just get further in the Story, so always listen carefully to;) Many Puzzles were not really difficult in themselves, these have almost always been solved quite quickly. Only the Mini-games (not too many for that much) were a bit more treacherous and you had to try a lot around. Another little Note I would continue to Recommend the Game in itself if you come clear with Crashes every now and then. Nevertheless, I would buy the Game for the full Purchase Price "NOT," that's not worth the game, then you prefer to wait if the Game is in the Sale, so you don't get too annoyed;) You don't have to Evaluate the Game badly just because it just crashes every now and then. The Story is still really Interesting, as you can keep an Eye on at this Point or two;D
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