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From the art and stories of famed graphic novelist and filmmaker Enki Bilal, and the studio created by adventure game legend Benoit Sokal comes Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals.
Set in France in the year 2023, the country is governed by a dictator who rules by religious absolute power. A mysterious ship shaped like a pyramid has just appeared in the sky and sent representatives to speak with the French government.
As Nikopol, you will find yourself in a suspenseful adventure to find your father and thwart a dangerous conspiracy. Entangled in political intrigue you're caught between two worlds, one of anarchy and one of immortality.
  • A thrilling mental challenge in a rich futuristic universe inspired by famed graphic novelist Enki Bilal
  • As Nikopol, you must use cunning and logic to protect yourself from the Immortals' plans and thwart a dark conspiracy
  • Interaction with 8 characters in 6 different environments, each made of several settings
  • Visually stunning graphics
  • Immersive gameplay
  • Classic point and click interface
Release date
White Birds Productions
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • Processor: 1.5 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 512 MB
  • Graphics: DirectX compatible 128 MB graphics card
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 2.5 GB
  • Sound: DirectX compatible audio card
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Spain
History is the most emparanoyante thing I've ever played. It Has quite frustrating parts in which you do not know what to do and do not know if it is because the translation is a ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ or because the creator thinks I know how the character thinks at all times. The puzzles themselves there are some easier and others more difficult but what is to move by the game, seriously: Ahhhhhhhh. If It wasn't for a guide I'd still be thinking about what milks you want me to do. There Comes a time when it stops being fun and you just want to throw the computer through the Ventanta. Now Yes, people who like the Games challenge, instead of something more intuitive, is their game. If you spend it if you look at the Internet, you have my respect. Oh, yes, and the cool graphics. I liked the aesthetics of the game but hey. It'S just personal opinion. I like not having to take a long time thinking trifles instead of advancing the plot but for tastes colors.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
A good Game that unfortunately has some Weaknesses that don't make it a very good Game:( The Locations are usually very small and not as numerous as in many other Representatives! Syberia probably has more Areas in The Initial Area than the Game as a whole ^ ^---However, unlike Syberia or to stay in the First Person, There are Dark Souls, almost no Area that is there to Fill the World! The Length is therefore a bit short At 6 Hours, depending on the Speed of play, which is due to the part of heavy Puzzles that one or the other Head nut has to offer (once, however, this was also due to the fact that the Description for a Puzzle was extremely unfortunate and by each Can be misunderstood in German; It's about the Puzzle at the "Cemetery"-tip: The Snake doesn't have to be left at the front, as you might think ...) But it is positive: The Gameplay is very varied and Puzzles almost never occur twice. The few Areas are all unique and do not repeat themselves (Objects are not meant by them) or only minimalist. The Plot, the Sound Effects, Music and The Dialogues with Setting are all really very good and also new Games could partly cut off from the Voices. The Plot is for me the Best thing about the Game, as it is very well staged and is also told very tightly by the somewhat short Duration. Unfortunately, a lot of Questions are not answered to full Satisfaction and can only be filled by their own Thoughts. Otherwise, however, she leaves no Reason to Mecker! Fazti: I liked it, it's really worth it, even if it's a little older. 5 Euros is also a fair Price for this!
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