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Alexia Crow and the Cave of Heroes

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Join anthropologist Alexia Crow in this introspective and insightful puzzle adventure. While traveling deep in a forest, she becomes trapped in a mysterious cave and soon finds out she's not alone.

A centaur named Chiron also inhabits the cave, and his sole purpose is to train epic heroes. It was he who was responsible for the legendary heroics of Achilles and Hercules.

Chiron will test Alexia's wit and cunning by forcing her to solve challenging puzzles, meant for only the world's greatest heroes.

Join the millions who have already discovered the Alexia Crow series and regularly proclaim it to be one of the best adventure game series ever made!Special Features
  • Clever and original puzzles
  • Solid Storyline full of twists
  • Professional voice acting
  • Astounding art
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Microsoft® Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, or Windows 8 Classic
  • Processor: 2.33GHz or faster x86-compatible processor, or Intel Atom™ 1.6GHz or faster processor for netbook class devices
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Storage: 120 MB available space
  • OS: Windows 8 Classic
  • Memory: 1000 MB RAM
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Open the cave
Complete the first two puzzles and open the main gate
Chronos is looking
Place the 3 objects on the Chronos room
Two keys
Get the two keys of the game
Create the two magic stones
Chess Master
Complete the 4 horses puzzle
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Alexia Crow and the Cave of Heroes reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Only collectible cards wanted to farm and found that the errands are easy to obtain. This gives me a perfect game again and can specify:) + collectible + 100% achieved + sound is instruction-for 2015 the graphic is not the best-at 1 or 2 puzzles, the mouse control does not go very well. Try it back and it still works out. As always: Waiting for a good deal.
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Microsoft from Spain
Questtracers's proposal is attractive: a simple plot premise gives way to the truly central in this game, which is to solve a multitude of puzzles of all kinds, varied, entertaining and at times-albeit scarce-challenging. It Is A pity that technically is so justito, especially in terms of resolution, because really the scenarios of the game flash a great artistic level. The duration is another weak point, since Alexia Crow and the Cave of Heroes will give us little more than an hour of entertainment, although we must bear in mind that we are before a third of the complete adventure, that the developers complete by means of updates Free if this first one has a good acceptance. With longer duration, more challenging puzzles and improved resolution, Questtracers's adventure can become an excellent choice within the immense Steam catalog.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
After reading some of the Reviews here, I was amazed at whether we played the same Game. The Graphics: Nothing special. Looks for the most Part like something from a Children's Book or one of the Dozen Goods Animes: Lots of large Areas, hardly Any details. Sound and Language go OK. Control: What can you do wrong with a Mouse control system. So Let's move on to the real thing: The Gameplay. A Puzzle game. So, of course, the Puzzles are what matters here. And here, unfortunately, I come Up with a Minus Value when I count together. There would be finding these Puzzles. Mostly no Problem. But then there is another Room in which you have to search the entire Screen. Until you finally find the Puzzle. Because the Puzzles are probably easy. But the Difficulty with most of them is to get behind what you should actually do. Because in the Rooms you can find no Hints about this. There is also no offer of a Help Function ... By this I mean the Question Marks common In most Casual Games, that you roughly explain what should be done with the Puzzle. It is only logical that Skipping is not possible. So either you face the Puzzle ... Or that wars, Dead End, from the Game. Because for me, a Game does something wrong when you have to watch a Video for the Solution. If I want to play like that, I'd do one of the old Sierra Adventures to myself. Don't Buy it. Adventures there like Sand by the Sea and most are better.
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