9 Elefants

9 Elefants

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After arriving in Paris to present his latest invention, the Time Camera, at the Universal Science Congress, Professor Weissmann disappears without a trace. His daughter, Laura, believes he has been kidnapped. Aided by Eustache, the Professor's cat, Laura sets out on the trail of a mysterious sect, whose symbol is 9 elephants.

The intrepid duo is confronted by a series of challenges, and each has to draw on their powers of invention and deduction to unravel the plot at the heart of this extraordinary adventure.

Follow our intrepid investigators as they explore this unique setting that combines fantasy and the Crazy Years. Converse with colourful characters with secrets to share, solve puzzles, plunge into the heart of the capital, and savour this extraordinary tale featuring a modern art exhibition, poisoned oranges, a magician's cat, a cyclist, an accordion champion, an esoteric conspiracy, the Paris catacombs, the destruction of the Eiffel Tower and... 9 elephants.

  • Solve over 230 puzzles with 8 different modes of play
  • Explore Paris's most enigmatic locations
  • Encounter 20 delightful characters, including a cat
  • Savour the city's fascinating atmosphere

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 39 MB

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9 Elefants is rated 2.1 out of 5 by 54.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun Exciting and great game for the mind! Forget all the one star reviews, this is a really fun game. I think the more education you have the more you would appreciate this gem! I got it on the daily deal and what a wonderful value for $2.99. Thanks Big Fish Games!
Date published: 2015-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am sooo enjoying this game! Lots of brain-teaser puzzles! The story is pretty good, and I like the graphics because they're different than most of the games I've seen recently. The film canisters are indeed hard to catch; I have to hope it pops up near my mouse pointer and remember to click only once.
Date published: 2014-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally, something new! I liked this game. It was a brain teaser and was something new and different. Games: General knowledge questions (answers given just put in order of relevance.) Slider puzzles. Coded puzzles (find the sequence.) String puzzles (uncross all strings.) Memory puzzles. Math problems (solve sequence problems and word problems, as well as others.) Skips available by collecting film rolls which I found do-able once I got the hang of it. Although, I did notice how it could be difficult for some people with hand or eye problems. I know this game is not for everyone, however, I got a cerebral workout and really enjoyed it.
Date published: 2014-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another great Microids game! I haven't played the whole game yet, but knew within 10 minutes I wanted this game. Microids makes fantastic games, and this is no different. The puzzles make you think, and I like the idea of figuring things out without too many hints and hand-holding. I like the cartoon-like characters. Each one of them is interesting, and you really do have to read the dialogue if you want it to make sense. The music is great, and the challenge is perfect. So glad to find a great puzzle game! It is always good to see something different and funny. This game skips around, and I enjoy not having to do things in a particular order. Thanks, Big Fish, for bringing this game to the pond!
Date published: 2014-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quirky Game Based on the demo. I like quirky games like City of Fools and this definitely fits that description. The graphics are clean and elegant, the storyline is interesting and fun. The puzzles range from spatial to general knowledge and are not brain achingly hard but do take some thinking about so it's a great game for a bit of fun and relaxation.
Date published: 2014-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Charming! This is a puzzle game. So far they've ranged from easy to rather hard. The graphics and music are delightful. I don't mind the dialogue at all. The films (let you do-over missed puzzles) are hard to catch; I have a touch screen so it's ok for me. If I had to rely on my mouse skills I'd be hurting. Enjoy!
Date published: 2014-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A 'Puzzle Lover's' Delight! This review is based on playing the 'demo' only. I found this game to be 'wickedly' funny and the written dialogue just adds to the game. You HAVE to read what they are saying in order to get the 'jist' of the story. Yes, the characters are 'cartoonish' but that is all part of the charm! The 'puzzles' that I came across were different & fun to do. In some you are asked a series of questions and you have to give the 'best' answer. Now, here's where there is a problem...at least for me. You get a camera and you have to fill it with film. If you give a wrong answer on the puzzle, then it takes so many rolls of film before you can answer that question again and thus progress with that particular person. Getting the rolls of film is NOT easy. They 'pop' up quickly and disappear just as quickly....not really giving you time to move your mouse over them. As the 'puzzles' are the 'brain-teaser' types it is easy to make a mistake and you can end up needing several rolls of film. I really enjoyed the game, except for this one little 'quirk'! So for me it won't be a buy, unless the developers can 'correct' this by slowing it down. But try it.....maybe you're quicker and it is a really fun, lighthearted little game!
Date published: 2014-09-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I love this game... but I can't play it! :o( I played this a couple of months ago at another site. I loved the quirkiness, the art, the characters, the story, and the cat! It reminded me of City of Fools a bit. The puzzles and riddles are fun, and the music upbeat and cheery. BUT. I cannot catch the films you need to progress. They appear and disappear way too fast for my reflexes. I could hit them a few times, but not in the right spot, so got stuck and couldn't move on. If the developers would adjust that one aspect of the game, I'm sure it would sell a lot better. I know I would buy it if I could only play it! I highly recommend the game if you have fast reflexes and love quirky indie games.
Date published: 2014-09-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun non linear game This is an interesting and very different game than what we generally are given these days. It is a quirky, non linear game that requires one to think but is nice in that one can play at ones own pace. The premise is that your father, who is an inventor of time clocks or some kind of machines has been kidnapped. It takes place during the 20's in Paris. The graphics are 20's era stylized stills. In order to find your father you must go to different places in Paris and talk to citizens who then give you a puzzle to solve. The puzzles are not all that difficult, though some make you think. You must collect gears to the machine and if you answer a puzzle correctly you collect a certain number of gears. There are places where you can get film strips that enable you to try puzzles again if you get the wrong answer. The most difficult part so far in this game is actually "catching" these film strips as they appear quickly in a scene and if you don't click on them to grab them soon enough they disappear. All in all a nice game, quirky, but interesting and enjoyable.
Date published: 2014-09-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Different Kind of Game This review is based upon the demo, which I played to completion of the time. Seeing the extreme range of opinions regarding this game, I decided to give the demo a try. I actually like the game. It's not one that's the usual BF type. It is definitely not a HO/HOPA game so don't judge it on that criteria. It is more of an adventure game with a lot of conversation between the characters. So if you don't like reading, this isn't the game for you. It reminded me a little of the old text-based adventure games. I enjoyed the snarky tone of some of the comments. The basic story is that a girl's inventor-father has disappeared in Paris and she's trying to find him. She meets up with his assistant and he can put together some devices to help with the search, but she must find the gears for them. In order to find the gears she travels around to various parts of Paris and interacts with the various characters she meets there. In order to gain the gears, she has to successfully solve problems. So far the problems I've come across are historical sequencing, math/logic, tangram-type, mastermind and string. If she solves the problem correctly, she gets some gears. If she fails, she can't re-try the puzzle until she has collected at least 3 "time-films" which pop up randomly at the various locations, seemingly at pre-timed intervals. A way to get them to show up more frequently (at least it seemed to me) was to exit to the main menu and then go back into the game; that seemed to cause them to become available again at various locations. I did find it hard to click on the film rolls when they did pop up, though. I liked the music and the cartoonish graphics (and I'm not usually a fan of cartoon games). You accessed various locations by clicking on them on a map and different areas opened up if you were successful in solving the puzzle/problems. This won't be a game to everyone's taste but if you are looking for something different that isn't a HO game and you don't mind reading conversations between characters, then at least try the demo on this one.
Date published: 2014-09-16
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