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Runaway 3: A Twist of Fate

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Runaway: A Twist of Fate is the adventure game of the year! Featuring a production worthy of a big 2D animated movie, Runaway follows a story full of twists and turns, and packed with comical highlights. All in all, you will be confronted with more than 200 mysteries and puzzles to keep your brain running through a big adventure that you will never forget!
Some say that Brian saw aliens and that he killed someone. Others say that he wanders in the streets of New York, or that he parties in Hawaii. Some even believe that he is dead… But his girlfriend Gina will do everything possible to find him and prove to anyone that they are wrong. Help Brian and Gina solve the mysteries of their greatest adventure packed with humor, suspense, twists, golden chickens, lies and a happy ending… even two happy endings!
Key Features:

A rich scenario, hilarious humor, and stellar realization make Runaway: A Twist of Fate a great adventure game.
Visit nearly one hundred exceptional visual sets with unequalled detail.
Dozens of charismatic 3D characters perfectly integrated in the 2D sets.
An improved engine for better sound and visual quality.
Different levels of difficulty and a new, fully interactive help system to adapt itself to all players, both novice and experienced.

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Pendulo Studios
Focus Home Interactive
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP SP2/Vista SP1/Windows 7
  • Processor: Celeron 1.7GHZ/Duron 1.6GHZ
  • Memory: 768 MB (XP)/1GB (Vista/7)
  • Hard Disk Space: 8 GB
  • Video Card: 256 MB 100% DirectX 9 Compatible (1280x720 MINIMUM) ATI Radeon 9800/Intel GMA 3000/Nvidia GeForce FX 5900 or Higher*
  • DirectX®: DirectX 9
  • Sound: DirectX 9 Compatible
  • *SIS AND VIA/S3G Graphics Controllers Non-Supported
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Runaway 3: A Twist of Fate reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
I can not play it since when the game is launched there is only audio, the screen remains black. And no response from runaway support.... So inevitably I do not recommend this game.
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Microsoft from French
Runaway represante my very first point on click and unlike other (Deponia I pence to you ^^) it remains logical in it is asociation. This Opus does not exception to the other games of the lisence
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Microsoft from French
Even if this point and click blocked me for some of his puzzles that are pretty perched, it is no less than the delusional story of runaway makes this game very enjoyable to play, and very funny at the level of its history and its characters. It remains a very good point and click that I recommend!
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Microsoft from French
I'm pretty mixed up about this game. On quite a few aspects it's a nice point & click, but:-the graphics, and the animation mostly have badly aged-the scenario is totally sewn with white wires, even if the fact of alternating from one character to another to reconstruct the story as and when it is still an interesting idea (not pushed to the end that said)-there are some funny little things; on the other hand the characters are archetypal and the comments held, as well as some elements during the game are quite shocking of sexism.
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Microsoft from French
Intolerable! Inconceivable! Unacceptable! This game is even worse than the previous one! We spend his time chasing tiny pixels and he's stuffed with unacceptable bugs! The story is totally disjointed! The puzzles are absurd! The dialogues are soporific! The translation is sloppy! What about sushi? Where's sushi?! The graphics look like scribbers of colourful kids with chewing gum! The characters are too textured, the Visual effects are archaic! The animations are badly ruined and the music... My God, this music! It's like back in the years 80! I have only one word to say... I loved it! But hey, it's not for nothing that I was locked in an asylum... Isn't it? "-Quickle
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Microsoft from French
* Attention, dithyrambic criticism approaching * this game, this game, loiiiin my favorite of the trilogy, clearly comes to rank among my favorites! Everything is there: dubbing just excellent (with stars of the profession in the cast), omnipresent humor absurd to wish (I took care to examine each element two or three times and test the combinations of the most unlikely objects to not miss a single line of text... and often I had very good surprises!), beautiful graphics, dynamic staging, characters all more endeant than the others... My only regret is that it's not longer, alas. And then, it includes a completely crazy character inspired by Steve Buscemi, so what could I have asked for more, really? Final note: banana/20
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