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Lost Chronicles of Zerzura

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Join a young inventor on the expedition of his life. A remarkable journey from Spain, across the Mediterranean, to distant Africa; a quest to save his own soul and lives of those he holds most dear.

Two brothers operate a workshop that is well ahead of its time in Barcelona of 1514. It's the time of the golden epoch of the Renaissance, a time of discoveries and inventions; but also the brutal age of the Inquisition.

One brother puts all his efforts into building a flying machine, while the other dreams of Egypt and mysterious art treasures. The advanced ideas and exotic fantasies weaved by the pair arouses the suspicions of the Grand Inquisitor.

Quite suddenly their small world is turned upside down as one brother is taken away by the Inquisition; leaving the other alone to search for answers that will set his imprisoned sibling free.

Explore the ravishingly beautiful and detailed locations of this remarkable adventure as you become immersed in this mysterious medieval tale and solve a unique combination of puzzles, mini-games, and other challenges that are perfectly integrated within this breathtaking storyline.

Evade further attacks by the inquisition, and forge strong alliances with those you meet along the way. Trek across different countries and cultures and eventually to the legendary desert city of ZERZURA, where an ancient terror guards over powerful secrets - and poses the greatest challenge of all!
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Cranberry Production
Viva Meda
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8
  • Processor: 1.0 GHz Processor or faster
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: AGP/PCI-E Graphics card with : Shader Model 2, DirectX®9 compatible, - min. 128MB VRAM (ATI Radeon 9800 or NVidia GeForce 6800) / Integrated (onboard)-graphics: Graphics with Shader Model 2, DirectX®9-compatible, min. 128 MB VRAM (Intel GMA x4500, ATI Mobility Radeon 9800 or NVIDIA GeForce Go 9800)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX® compatible sound card
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Lost Chronicles of Zerzura reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Spain
Typical case in which there would have to be the possibility of neither recommending nor condemning a game. To me, particularly, it has been boring and tedious. The story is fine but, something is in its design that makes it unattractive. In Addition, there is only voice in English, without any subtitle, which makes it complicated for someone who does not master English well (as in me case). The puzzles are a little forced, without being absurd, so after trying umpteen things, you end up in a walkthrough, which makes the experience undynamic and somewhat frustrating. The vote is negative because I can't recommend something I didn't like but, not because of the quality of the game itself
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Microsoft from Deutsch
For all you have to mention, the German Description of the Steam Page on Lost Chronicles of Zerzura Is not correct. "Complete with German Voiceover" stands there. On The side, however, you can read the Surface, Tone and Subtitles are in English. The Adventure is probably available in German and I think that the Text was just copied here. Right is that the Game is completely English. At the Time I was playing it, it wasn't possible for me to change the Language either. If the English Language is not a Hurdle, you get an adventure that Entertains you well. Apart from a single Combination Lock Puzzle, the Puzzles can be solved well and do not appear set up or inappropriate. The Story motivates you to keep playing and the Environments are atmospheric and detailed. For me, this Adventure is worth more than the 10 Euros I paid. A Game I can definitely Recommend.
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Microsoft from Spain
Great Graphic Adventure! I loved this adventure. Its history, the storyline development, the characters, their puzzles, they're all good. The truth, that Zerzura has left me a pleasant experience. If you are a fan of graphic adventures, Zerzura will not disappoint you. The reason that you have qualified as NOT RECOMMENDED, is by several aspects to be very accountable, and are... 1) The game lacks chrome and Steam accomplishments. 2) Lacks Extras. 3) This Steam version of the game, does not have the fantastic dubbing and translation in Castilian, made by FX Interactive. For these reasons, I DO NOT RECOMMEND buying IT. As I mentioned, the game in physical edition exists translated and dubbed into Spanish, in the Spanish speaking market, under the label FX Interactive. So I suggest you get the FX interactive version, either for free through them, with their "Project Upgrade" (whose copy of the game has official guide) or going to a store to buy the physical edition, which also gives you a digital copy. You Also have the option to buy this edition Steam, and apply a home patch to pass it to Castilian. If You choose to buy the Steam version, be sure to purchase it, if it comes in a bundle for the price of €1. CURIOSITY NOTE > The Castilian version is dubbed by Great Spanish dubbing actors. You will recognize some voices, since they are the same ones that are heard in the famous series "The Big Bang Theory".
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