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AGON - The Lost Sword of Toledo

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Professor Samuel Hunt, a historian of the British Museum travels to remote places of the world in search of mystic ancient games, treasured by the last families who can still master them. His current destination is the historic city of Toledo in Spain, famous of traditional sword-making.

On arrival he finds a diseased old friend’s daughter in desperate need of help. She is in love with a young swordsmith who has been jailed innocently for theft of a valuable sword. The Professor soon becomes aware of malicious activities going on behind the scenes. Is it family revenge? Black magic? Lost bet? Dishonest intrigue? He must solve the mystery, as the only way to fulfill his mission is to find the sword and reveal the truth.

Join him now - even if you have not yet played the previous episodes.Key Features
  • Intriguing plot from an award-winning story-teller
  • Exploration of an authentic, traditional environment
  • Challenging, story-driven puzzles
  • Re-playable ancient board game
  • Amazing graphics
  • Engaging characters and excellent voice acting
  • Rich atmospheric sound, authentic music
  • Suitable for all from 10 to 80++
Release date
Private Moon Studios
Microids, Microids Indie
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: Pentium III. 800 MHz or higher
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 32 MB DirectX compatible 3D video card
  • Storage: 1200 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible Sound Card
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AGON - The Lost Sword of Toledo reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Spain
There Are much better graphic adventures than this, but much better. If you want to play a game of this genre look a bit more and you will find games that will give 1000 turns to this AGON-The Lost Sword of Toledo that to me and not to make blood only say that I left indifferent or that I was lazy to play it from the first moment to See the game system, the dialogues and the graphics. Good Games!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
The fourth Installment in the AGON Adventure series from Hungarian Developer Private Moon Studios and French Publisher Microids. A very talkable point click adventure that bears certain Similarities to the Subgenre of Hidden Object Adventures and also recalls the graphic adventures of the 1990s like Myst. Personally, I am talked too much and the Story development is too stiff and illogical For me. For This there is a successful Synchronization and an unusual Scenario around Professor Hunt. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzGA-eA5KSo
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Microsoft from Italian
AGON is an investigative puzzle game where we will impersonate Professor Hunt; An English man from the British Museum. I found the story very skinny, not credible and not at all interesting. The Historical Period is the 1904, the place where the facts will be held is the city of Toledo. Our REAL goal will be to find and take possession of the works of art in the city, to bring them to our beloved motherland. The graphics leave to be desired, much; But it is also a product that has a few years; However, the real sore key, as mentioned above; It's the story. Such Games should attract from that, since they do not have much else to offer and here, the only real IMPORTANT factor fails; Flunked. Final Vote: 4/10
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Microsoft from Italian
This puzzle-game did not take me even a bit and I refused to finish it. Apart from the embarrassing graphics (and To think that the parts drawn instead are excellent and you could create the game all in this style), the plot leaves monstrously to be desired. This is Not about fantasy or science fiction, but a story like a historical tale set in Spain in 1904. Everything should revolve around the small town of Toledo, represented in the video game as populated by wealthy people disgraced by various misfortunes. The focus of the game is instead our character, an Anglo-Saxon who works for the British Museum and who is eager to seize a certain series of works of art to take to their employers. To do so, "help" the unfortunate citizens of Toledo (who in 1904 are all miraculously familiar with the English language and speak like Super Mario). In Short, a decidedly unbelievable story where the good, our Anglo-Saxon, brings civilization and common sense in the backward Spain. Samuel Hunt go back to your house, extra-community. Rating: 3/10
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