Lancelot's Hangover: The Quest for the Holy Booze

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Monkey Island meets Monty Python's Holy Grail in a silly medieval point and click adventure game, with an attitude ! At least !
You play Lancelot, the sexiest Knight Of the Round Table.
God gives you a quest : go find the Holy Grail, put some booze in it and celebrate the biggest party England has ever known !
But the Grail is hidden deep into a dangerous place, where all men are gay and women have hair under their arms : the Kingdom of France !
Lancelot's Hangover is 4-to-6-hour-long retro point & click adventure game with very silly humour. And also very accurate historical facts to break the ice during poshy dinners (but mostly very silly humour).
Visit Redemption-Land ™, the best amusement park of the whole Medieval Christendom and discover the most stupid relics thanks the exclusive Splash-O-Baptize ™ ride !
Impress your neighbours by mastering drunk mini-games ! (WARNING: rashes and itching may occur while playing those silly mini-games.)
Make meaningful moral choices like : do you want to be heavily drunk, or utterly hammered, or lightly blitzed, or impressively tipsy or even softly smashed during your quest ? It's up to you !
Includes typical retro point&click silly inventory puzzles like mixing a chastity belt and hormone replacement medicines (known as Fem&M's) to craft some synthetic insulin to cure the local dragon's diabetes ! (WARNING: may not work in real life)
Get lost in a very boring maze and watch how to skip it thanks to a walkthrough you just googled ! (I told you it's a retro point&click experience !)
Craft your own Mojito-style fancy cocktail and drink it in the Holy Grail ! (WARNING : look carefully at the receipt in the cursed über-secret Alchemist book hidden you-know-where !)
It's 1992 point and click humour in a today gaming experience (with 720p VGA graphics !)
All the art, animations, story, dialogues, code made by one single guy (who's high on drugs 14 hours a day !)
You play a sexy half-naked knight !
The game fits in only 154 floppy disks ! Wow !
Your mom will be proud !
An evil catholic pope (who doesn't even look like Steve Jobs)
Firmin the Transformist (from local Tourist Office)
St. Francis of Assisi, the ventriloquist
Trash-talking Baby Jesus puppet
Annoying Nouvelle-Vague French mime
Gangsta-rapping tame bear
Jean-Jacques le Très-Sexy-Gendarme
Sexier naked women with hairy armpits ! WOW !
And even sexier lepers and witches to be burned at the stake yelling weather forecasts !
... and many, many, many more serious characters !
Is it true that Lancelot's Hangover is officially considered as "silly and unsuitable for the youth" by European Union justice ?
Yes, you are correct !
Indeed, the European Commercial Court of Justice (ECCJ), held on 6th January 2016 in Brussels (Belgium), stated that:
The author of the video game called “Lancelot’s Hangover” is no more allowed to include in his playful-oriented computer program any puzzles that can be solved in a logical manner. The player, to progress through the game, must always use, one by one, all the objects in the inventory on all the different objects and characters within the game (and if possible, several times). In addition, only websites in Serbo-Croatian language will be willing to publish a text walkthrough (which must first be encrypted using the SHA-512 algorithm).
The author of the video game “Lancelot’s Hangover” will also break any contacts with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un by 23th June 2026 and will provide a urine sample, every Tuesday morning, at The European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) until January 1st 2027.

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Jean-Baptiste de Clerfayt
Jean-Baptiste de Clerfayt
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP or higher
  • Processor: Pentium or higher
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1280 x 720 - 32 bits
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: C'mon, relax - it's a retro point & click game - any less-than-5-year-old laptop running on a Windows XP or higher can run this game. Probably any Arduino connected to a toaster could do it as well, but I didn't try.
  • OS: Windows 7 or higher
  • Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1280 x 720 - 64 bits
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: If you can run Thimbleweed Park, but can't open any Unity adventure game on your PC - that's basically the minimal PC config to run Lancelot.
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