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Marie Antoinette and the Disciples of Loki

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The year is 1787 and the French monarchy is living its last years of peace. In Vienna, Mozart is just about to finish his latest opera. Far to the north, in Iceland, a tremendous volcano eruption has already changed the face of Europe forever. What is the link between those events? Join Josepha Duschek, a famous opera singer, as she investigates a mysterious crime and begins her quest for the truth. Uncover the traitorous plots surrounding Marie Antoinette, the Queen of France, and track down the suspicious disciples of Loki. Travel to marvelous cities like Philadelphia, Versailles, Vienna and Prague and meet famous historical characters such as Mozart, Benjamin Franklin, Jeanne of Valois and even Marie Antoinette! Sharpen your skills through puzzles and brainteasers in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure!

  • Interact with famous characters
  • Solve brainteasers and puzzles
  • Historical encyclopedia included!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 135 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Marie Antoinette and the Disciples of Loki 1.6 5 41 41
Unique I really found the game demo delightful and unique. I enjoy classical music (all music in fact), and found it to be a breath of fresh air to listen to, from most all the other games I've recently played. Furthermore, I enjoyed reading the dialogue, the challenge in finding the very faint-obscure items, little to no hand holding in directions, which are pretty much null and void. Figuring out what to to next, is part of the fun in the game for me. The graphics are drawn like cartoons, but colorful and pleasant to view, and the story is interesting. It is good to see a game come to fruition from another time era, one not usually seen as of late. May 15, 2012
Best historical game :) A wonderful game, very informative, with great music. I was very pleased that bought it, and even at that price. Compel their children to play. Thank you, and produces more of these games. May 17, 2012
i love Marie Antionette I love Marie Antoinette,, seeing the movie with Kirsten Dunts i feel deeply involved with Maria Antoinette... She was brave and Bold even after all she went through.. Well this game was special, its fun exciting and seeing the images and story line makes you want to play even longer.. Trust me November 18, 2012
Stuck at Liberty Bell with no Lead I was doing real good that I decided to purchase the game. There were quite a few bumps in the road as I got further into the game. Some of the objects were a little hard to find but with a magnifying glass and also the hint button i got them. Right now I am on Chapt. 9 Dark Waters and in Pennsylvania and trying to figure out where the "LEAD" is in the hallway where the Liberty Bell is. The hint button does not function here and I have clicked all over the place. Is there anyone who has gotten this far that willingly help this old Granny. I am chomping at the bit and want to finish the game. As far as the game goes, they need to add a strategy guide or a walkthrough for this game. I turn the music down and the sound up. Color and graphics not bad. I for one would have made the hidden objects gold so that they would have been easier to find. As for the "LEAD" you had to find; I would have added a function that said you were either getting hot or cold when you were near the "LEAD". I leave the decision up to the individual player on whether or not they want to purchase the game. Maybe some would if they come out with a walk through or strategy guide. Happy gaming everyone. I would also like to announce that my oldest grand daughter received to $500 scholarships toward college. She wants to be an elementary school teacher. She graduates on the 25th next Friday. Way to go Elizabeth Nichole!! This grandma is proud. May 17, 2012
A bit strange but not really bad This game must have been created in an older style. The story, the locations and the fact that one does have to talk to a lot of characters reminds me of the game 'Versailles' that I played aeons ago. There are HO scenes with items quite difficult to find. Either because they are so over sized that you can't see them for them jumping into your face or they are very tiny or they are very blended in. I basically ended up looking for anything 'odd'. This, however, is something I found quite annoying, because they are an awful lot of 'odd' items you see, but they may not be useful at first. No voice overs and I'm not sure if I'd prefer voice overs in this game or rather not, because what the characters say can sometimes be a bit strange. I put this down to translation. I wish somebody would tell some developers that there are people who translate professionally. If one would have been used here, I now wouldn't suffer from HO-Scene-Block, a condition that you suffer when you can't find a needed item in a HO scene. At least this what the hint system said: "If you are blocked use a hint" :-). Hints re-charge very slowly btw, frustrating as I suffered "block" somewhat silly in this game. I loved the music, lots of piano, perhaps Chopin or Satie and very in tune with the surroundings of the palace in Versailles. I probably buy this game in a sale and then find out who is trying to get Marie Antoinette into trouble. I won't recommend this game, but nor will I not recommend it. I advise to try it. May 15, 2012
could have done beter need more and maybe people will like it May 29, 2012
DULL DULL DULL I should have steered clear of this looking at its poor star rating but I thought I'd give it a go. Mistake. The story line is flimsy and the whole game is illogical. I like games to be a challenge but I had to keep using the hint button as I just didn't have a clue what the they were getting at and what I was meant to be doing. Any game that makes me feel like that has failed for me. Don't waste time on the free 60 minutes and certainly don't part with your cash. Avoid. May 15, 2012
Not my cup of tea even with cake Difficult to play because the hidden objects were quite indistinct,and you have to rely on the hint to get you from one place to the other. The navigation feet are so small it took me a while to even find them May 15, 2012
Yawn....... Very boring and slow moving...a lot of reading....objects really hard to find....not much for the cartoony look..... May 15, 2012
thumbs down Not fun. hated it. wont try again. will not recommend May 21, 2012
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